Brett Gelman in Stranger Things

The cast of Stranger Things has already gained some new members to join everyone who survived the first season of The Duffer Brothers sci-fi horror series on Netflix. Sean Astin and Paul Reiser were recently added to the cast of the second season of the show, and now one more key player will be joining them.

Comedian Brett Gelman will be taking a role in Stranger Things season two, and the character he’s playing couldn’t be more perfect for him. Find out more about casting after the jump. Read More »

Joshy trailer

Cersei’s wild gambit may be getting all the attention this morning, but last night also marked the season finale of HBO’s other great saga about power and manipulation, Silicon Valley. The good news is that the season ended on a high note — season three has been its best to date and the finale was every bit as hilarious and tragic as the episodes that have come before it. The bad news is that this means we’ve got many months to wait until we can check back in with Richard, Jared, and the rest of the Pied Piper gang.

Until then, though, we’ll have other opportunities to enjoy that cast. Silicon Valley lead Thomas Middleditch, for example, stars in Joshy, as a bereaved man who tries to enjoy what would have been his bachelor party. Jeff Baena‘s Sundance dramedy is lousy with comedic talents including Adam PallyNick KrollBrett Gelman, Alex Ross PerryJenny Slate, and Aubrey Plaza. Watch the first Joshy trailer below.  Read More »

Judd Apatow's Love

Netflix must be happy with its upcoming series Love, because they’ve already given the show a two-season order. Judd Apatow is one of the creators and executive producers of the show, which is about two youngish people named Gus and Mickey struggling to find love. The Netflix original program stars Gillian Jacobs (Community) and Paul Rust (I Love You, Beth Cooper).

Watch the Love trailers after the jump.

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