New episodes from Mystery Science Theater 3000 are now available on Netflix. But since this is a show that first rose to fame in the 1990s and then disappeared at the turn of the century, some audiences who aren’t familiar with the show might need a proper introduction to the series that mocks some of the worst movies ever made. To help give Netflix subscribers a taste of what MST3K has to offer, they had Jonah Ray and his robot pals Tom Servo and Crow sit down to take some jabs at Netflix’s hit sci-fi series Stranger Things, and it’s just as great as you’d hope.
Enjoy as Mystery Science Theater 3000 watches Stranger Things after the jump. Read More »
In the not too distant future, we’ll be getting new episodes of Mystery Science Theater 3000. Thanks to a successful Kickstarter campaign, 14 new episodes of the cult favorite movie mocking TV series were put into production, and Netflix picked them up so as many viewers as possible could see them. Now we finally have a peak at the return of MST3K.
Netflix has unleashed the first Mystery Science Theater 3000 trailer showing off comedian and Nerdist podcast co-host Jonah Ray as the new human subject Jonah Heston, who is forced to endure terrible movies alongside his robot counterparts Tom Servo (Baron Vaughn) and Crow T. Robot (Hampton Yount). This first glimpse of the series revival shows us a few of the movies that will be made fun of throughout the new season, including one that fans have wanted to get the MST3K treatment for years. Read More »
We’re officially one month away from seeing brand new episodes of Mystery Science Theater 3000. The beloved movie-mocking series was resurrected after a successful Kickstarter campaign to fund a revival and Netflix eventually picked it up for distribution. Along with that, Netflix also picked up the rights to some of the older episodes of the original iteration of the series, and you can stream nearly two dozen of them starting today.
Let’s run down the classic Mystery Science Theater 3000 episodes on Netflix. Read More »
Fans of the movie-mocking Mystery Science Theater 3000 had their wildest dreams come true when a successful Kickstarter campaign resulted in the show getting revived for a whole new season of episodes making fun of more movies. Making the return of the show even sweeter was that Netflix picked it up for exclusive distribution on their streaming service.
The Mystery Science Theater 3000 revival has been in production for awhile, and now we finally get to see how the whole new crew of the Satellite of Love looks in the first cast photo. Plus, Netflix has announced the official release date, and fans won’t have to wait too much longer to get some new cinema lampooning.
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As fans of the cult favorite comedy series know, Mystery Science Theater 3000 is coming back in a big way with new episodes crowd-funded by fans and coming to Netflix in the not-too-distant future. There’s no indication as to exactly when the 14 new episodes will be made available in 2017 just yet, but there is something that might help hold fans over until then.
As one of the rewards for certain backers of the Kickstarter project for MST3K, creator Joel Hodgson revealed the two first episodes of the show that were believed to be lost but ended up being discovered in the past few months. And the good news is that even if you’re not one of the lucky ones to receive these episodes as a Kickstarter perk, you can still watch them.
Find out how to watch the Mystery Science Theater 3000 lost episodes after the jump. Read More »
Last fall came the wonderful news that the movie-mocking comedy series Mystery Science Theater 3000 was getting a revival. Shout! Factory had acquired the rights to the series and with creator Joel Hodgson they took the project to Kickstarter for fans to help support the return of the show. And the good news is fans will easily be able to watch it nearly anywhere.
Over the weekend at Comic-Con, Netflix announced they would be the official home of the new Mystery Science Theater 3000. So now you can get your movie mockery from your couch, on your iPad or even on your phone in the not too distant future. Find out more about the Mystery Science Theater 3000 Netflix deal after the jump. Read More »
It’s already an exciting time to be a Mystery Science Theater 3000 fan, with the movie-mocking show getting a revival thanks to the success of a very popular Kickstarter that wrapped up late last year. But there’s a chance it could get even better if this custom LEGO set becomes a reality.
LEGO master builder JMaster put together this Mystery Science Theater 3000 LEGO set which is a LEGO Ideas project that will hopefully get enough votes to have a crack at becoming an official set. Check out the MST3K LEGO set below. Read More »
For the past month, we’ve been reporting on the progress of a Kickstarter campaign to bring back the cult favorite, movie-mocking TV series Mystery Science Theater 3000. Creator Joel Hodgson started an ambitious crowd-fund campaign to raise $5.5 million in order to produce 12 new episodes of the show with a whole new cast, and last night the campaign ended with even more good news than expected.
The Mystery Science Theater 3000 Kickstarter is now the largest crowd-funded online video of all-time, and the campaign made so much that they’ll actually be able to make 14 new episodes. It truly is a great time to be alive. Read More »
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Today the Kickstarter for the revival of Mystery Science Theater 3000 crossed $4.4 million, guaranteeing that at least nine new episodes will be produced. Creator Joel Hodgson is hoping to reach $5.5 million in order to be able to make a full season of 12 episodes, but they only have two days left before the campaign ends this Friday. So get over to the page and donate!
If you need anymore convincing, today a crew of writers were announced, including Community creator and Rick and Morty co-creator Dan Harmon. And he’s not the only cool scribe on board. Read More »
Posted on Tuesday, December 1st, 2015 by Angie Han
Mystery Science Theater 3000 is an old show making fun of even older movies. But now that it’s being resurrected, it’s bringing on some fresh blood. Patton Oswalt has just joined the cast as TV’s Frank’s son — or rather, “TV’s Son of TV’s Frank” — the henchman to the new Mad, played by Felicia Day. More on the Patton Oswalt MST3K casting after the jump.
Joel Hodgson announced the Patton Oswalt MST3K casting in an update to the show’s Kickstarter page this week, while Oswalt confirmed the news on his own Twitter page.
Oswalt is a longtime MST3K fan, and Hodgson is a fan of Oswalt’s right back — he describes the standup comedian and actor as “a very fun, articulate and witty soul – just the kind of person who we’ve always tried to bring onboard for MST3K.” At first, Hodgson explained, he only thought to get Oswalt on board as a guest writer. But then, Hodgson continued:
Remember last week, how I said my creative process usually starts with visuals, and then I work backward? Well, in this case, I first imagined Patton dressed up like TV’s Frank. I figured maybe he’d be Frank’s son, or at least a clone. But yeah: the idea of Patton wearing black lab assistant’s garb, with a big mound of silver hair and a spitcurl…? It was just really funny to me, in a visual / cross-referential / meta kind of way.
Hodgson approached Oswalt with the idea, and needless to say, Oswalt was all in.
It’s not too different from the way Day was cast as new villain Kinga, daughter of Dr. Clayton Forrester.
Oswalt and Day join Hampton Yount and Baron Vaughn, who’ll voice Crow and Servo respectively. Nerdist’s Jonah Ray is expected to be the new host.
Of course, none of this casting will be 100% finalized until after the Kickstarter campaign has ended. The campaign has long since passed the initial goal of $2 million for 3 new episodes, but Hodgson’s now got his eye on earning $5.5 million for a full season of 12 episodes. At present, the tally stands at $3.45 million earned with 10 days to go. To get more details, or to contribute, head over to Kickstarter.