13 reasons why season 2 trailer

The highly anticipated second season of 13 Reasons Why hits streaming today, and Netflix has released a whole new trailer to remind you of that fact.

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13 Reasons Why season 2 reviews

Netflix famously doesn’t release viewership numbers for its individual shows or movies, but it’s safe to say that 13 Reasons Why made a big splash when it debuted on the streaming service last year. The show earned high praise from critics, courted controversy for its depiction of rape and suicide, and seemed to be all anyone could talk about for a while after its release.

Despite leaving some lingering unanswered questions, it seemed as if the series could wrap up after one season. But it’s coming back for a season two later this week, and early reviews from critics suggest it should have quit while it was ahead. Read More »

Alex Strangelove Trailer

Did you love Love, Simon but don’t have enough money in your bank account to see it for the fifth time in theaters? For those itching for their next teen comedy fix, Netflix has the answer. And better yet, Netflix has a sweet, raunchy gay coming-of-age comedy that has more than a few similarities to Love, SimonAlex Strangelove.

The first Alex Strangelove trailer promises everything that a gay teen comedy needs: a charming cast, witty dialogue, easy access from your couch — and of course, a heartfelt story about a young, shy teenager who is figuring out his sexuality.

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the edge of seventeen spin-off

The teen comedy continues its move to the small screen. Once a common staple at the movie theater, the high school comedy has been slowly disappearing from the big screen and appearing on Netflix or other streaming sites. There are a few exceptions. Love, Simon this year and The Edge of Seventeen in 2016 brought the teen comedy back to theaters in full force. But now The Edge of Seventeen, easily one of the greatest high school comedies of the past decade, is making the move to TV in the form of a spin-off.

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13 Reasons Why season 2 trailer

The official 13 Reasons Why season 2 trailer is here, and things look darker than ever at Liberty High. The high school students are all still reeling from the aftermath of Hannah Baker’s (Katherine Langford) death and the vindictive tapes that she left behind pointing fingers at the perpetrators. And it looks like the tapes won’t be the only anonymous ’90s technology that will take the school by storm this season.

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13 reasons why season 2 trailer

We discovered the 13 reasons why, but what’s next? The fallout of the tragic death of Hannah Baker (Katherine Langford) continues in the 13 Reasons Why season 2 trailer, which announces the season 2 premiere date of the critically acclaimed Netflix teen drama series. Read More »

the rain trailer

Here’s something you don’t see every day: a new Netflix original series. The Rain is a new post-apocalyptic drama from the streaming service, set in a world where a rain-carried virus wipes out almost all humans in Scandinavia. Watch the full The Rain trailer below.

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The Hate U Give cast

If you’ve paid any attention to the young adult book market over the past couple of years, you’re probably familiar with The Hate U Give, author Angie Thomas‘s wildly popular best-seller about a young black woman who becomes an activist after seeing the police gun down her unarmed friend. It’s been a hit since it debuted in January of 2017, and Fox 2000 is adapting it into a movie.

After wrapping production last November, the movie has hit a slight bump in the road, and The Hate U Give cast is now being shaken up: a new report says the film’s male lead is being replaced after a controversial video of him surfaced online. Read More »

cloak and dagger trailer

An early trailer for Marvel TV and Freeform’s Cloak & Dagger left me wondering if it might be the cheesiest show the company had produced in years, but subsequent marketing seems to indicate I may have cast judgment a bit too hastily. Freeform brought the show’s pilot to this year’s South By Southwest film festival, and our writer on the ground was extremely impressed with it. Now the network has released a new trailer, and you can judge for yourselves below.
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Eighth Grade Trailer - Elsie Fisher

One of the breakout hits from the 2018 Sundance Film Festival in January was the coming-of-age comedy Eighth Grade. Marking the directorial debut of YouTube star-turned-professional comedian Bo Burnham, the film throws us right into the middle of the final week of the last year of middle school for Kayla Day (played spectacularly by Elsie Fisher). What unfolds, as you’ll see in the first Eighth Grade trailer, are all the trials and tribulations that come with the hormones, embarrassment and awkwardness that we’ve probably all desperately tried to forget. Read More »