This weekend brings Amazon’s new pilots to their website for viewers to vote which ones get turned into full fledged series. If there’s any good in this universe, everyone will support the new pilot for Jean-Claude Van Johnson. You might remember we broke the exclusive on the series at Amazon following a contractor named Jean-Claude Van Johnson who lives a cover life under the guise of washed up action star Jean-Claude Van Damme. Now the Jean Claude Van Johnson trailer has arrived to convince you to watch the show, and it’s simultaneously hilarious and depressing. Read More »
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The days of Game of Thrones book readers being able to lord their knowledge over show watchers came to an end with season six of HBO’s (still spectacular) fantasy series. After all, the plot of the show official outpaced the novels of George R.R. Martin, taking us beyond the cliffhanger ending of A Dance With Dragons and into uncharted territory. And yet, readers still had a minor edge, as many of the new characters introduced that season were leftovers from the books, like Samwell Tarly’s abusive father and the priest played by Ian McShane.
But season seven? All bets are officially off. Descriptions of new characters set to show up in the next batch of episodes have arrived online and I can’t even begin to tell you who any of these people are. (Spoilers for season six and speculation for season seven follow.)
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The CW has hired Veronica Mars/iZombie creator Rob Thomas to create a television series adaptation of the iconic 1987 Warner Bros horror comedy film The Lost Boys. Find out more details about The Lost Boys tv series, after the jump.
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Last night brought the final episode of The Nightly Show with Larry Wilmore at Comedy Central after the cable network recently announced the cancellation of the political satire and panel program. And what better way to close out the show than with an appearance by Jon Stewart, the former host of The Daily Show? In typical Jon Stewart fashion, he had some very sage advice following the cancellation of The Nightly Show, and it makes us anticipate greatly his return to TV with his deal at HBO.
Watch Jon Stewart on The Nightly Show last night after the jump. Read More »
In this edition of Stranger Things Bits:
- You can now write whatever you want in the Stranger Things font.
- A look at the real-world conspiracies that may have inspired the show.
- Aaron Paul interviews Millie Bobby Brown.
- New fan-made toys, art, t-shirts, and more!
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This may come as a surprise, but Comedy Central’s Drunk History officially won an Emmy last year. Unfortunately, it wasn’t the Outstanding Variety Sketch Series award the show was nominated for (a nod the series also landed this year), but instead for the wonderful historical costumes crafted by Christina Mongini. However, if the new Drunk History season 4 trailer is any indicator, then an award win for the series as a whole could still be coming down the road. Watch below! Read More »
Last night’s episode of Mr. Robot, “eps2.5h4ndshake.sme,” featured a pretty big twist that left some fans upset and others feeling it was too obvious all along. Our own Corey Atad has already offered a significant analysis of the episode, but I wanted to take a deeper look and also find out what series creator Sam Esmail has to say about the intention and response.
It should be noted that the following post delves into major spoilers for season 2 of Mr. Robot up through last night’s episode “eps2.5h4ndshake.sme.” If you haven’t watched the August 17 episode yet, please bookmark this post for a later time.
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After five seasons as a series on IFC, the podcast turned comedic talk show known as Comedy Bang! Bang! will be coming to an end. Series creator and host Scott Aukerman (aka Yacht Rockerman) announced the news to all of his followers on Twitter today indicate that the upcoming second half of the fifth season of the show, premiering this fall, will be its last. But the good news is, the ending of the show wasn’t a surprise, and they’re going to go out with a, well, you know. Read More »
Posted on Thursday, August 18th, 2016 by Angie Han
The Conjuring 2 has already come and gone from theaters, but James Wan‘s got another directorial effort coming our way this fall. A couple of months ago he was tapped to direct the pilot for a MacGyver reboot at CBS, with Lucas Till as the resourceful lead. Now the show is on track to premiere this fall, and you can get a peek at the new MacGyver trailer below. Read More »