Deadly Class trailer

Anthony and Joe Russo are coming off one of the biggest movies in history with Avengers: Infinity War, and now the brothers are tackling another comic book adaptation – this time for the small screen. They’re executive producing the popular comic Deadly Class for Syfy, and now the first Deadly Class trailer has arrived to show off this “twisted coming of age story.” Check it out below.
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x-files season 12

If you were hoping for The X-Files season 12, we have some bad news: the show isn’t returning. At least, not for now. But FOX’s reliable shows Prison Break and 24 will both be coming back…again.

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Westworld The Riddle of the Sphinx review

Welcome to our weekly recaps of HBO’s Westworld. This Westworld review takes a look at the fourth episode of season 2, “The Riddle of the Sphinx”. Be warned: spoilers follow.

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lost in space season 2

Netflix has given Lost in Space season 2 the go-ahead. The entertaining update on the classic 1960s series once again strands the Robison family in space, setting them against all sorts of intergalactic danger, as well as Parker Posey as Dr. Smith.

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lethal weapon tv show cast

The Lethal Weapon TV series ran into trouble recently when lead actor Clayne Crawford was fired for poor on-set behavior. Now, Crawford has been replaced by actor Seann William Scott. Plus, the Batman prequel series Gotham is coming back for a fifth and final season.

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Amy Schumer Hosted Saturday Night Live

Thought not quite as celebrated as the Christmas episode, Saturday Night Live always does something special for Mother’s Day. This time they pulled out pull the stops for the cold open, opting to avoid all of the typical political satire (kind of) and deliver a heartwarming tribute to the cast members’ mothers. In fact, the episode as a whole pretty much steered clear of politics entirely.

As for Amy Schumer, in her second time hosting the comedian was extremely comfortable. This should come as no surprise since Inside Amy Schumer gave her plenty of sketch comedy experience, but unfortunately this time the episode as a whole wasn’t quite as good as her hosting debut. There were still some big laughs to be had, especially when Melissa McCarthy showed up for a surprise cameo. Read More »

Brooklyn Nine-Nine Renewed

It turns out there’s some good left to do by the power of the internet after all.

Earlier this week, fans of the FOX comedy series Brooklyn Nine-Nine raised hell when the network decided not to renew the series for a sixth season. Of course this was hardly a surprising action from the network that previously canceled championed series like Family Guy, Firefly and Arrested Development. But FOX’s loss has become another network’s gain.

NBC announced late last night that they would be picking up Brooklyn Nine-Nine for a sixth season of 13 episodes. That’s a shorter season than Brooklyn Nine-Nine fans are used to, but surely they’re just glad to have the show coming back. Read More »

the expanse cancelled

Syfy has pulled the plug on their series The Expanse after three seasons. The last episode of the show will air in July. Now, producers plan to shop the show to other networks.

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evil genius review

Netflix’s engrossing, captivating, and shocking new true crime series Evil Genius investigates the bizarre “pizza bomber” case. In the process, a tragic, unsettling story unfolds involving a series of manipulative, destructive people with no moral compass to speak of.

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Live-Action Star Wars TV Series

Back at the beginning of March, we learned the first live-action Star Wars television series would written and executive produced by Iron Man director and producer Jon Favreau. However, beyond the fact that it was a series that would take place in the Star Wars universe, we had no idea what that series would be about. Now, a few new details have emerged.

Appearing at the premiere for Solo: A Star Wars Story, in which Favreau voices an alien who joins Han Solo’s heist crew, the showrunner revealed his live-action Star Wars TV series would be set seven years after the Battle of Endor in Return of the Jedi. That means it takes place long before the events of Star Wars: The Force Awakens. Read More »