Jurassic World Dominion release date

Universal films have found a new streaming home on NBC’s Peacock.

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It feels like so much more than a year has passed since everyone was obsessed with Netflix’s true crime docuseries Tiger King: Murder, Mayhem, and Madness. In the decade since the summer of 2020, two completely separate Tiger King scripted shows have been announced, and another documentary series is set to come out on Animal Planet.

And now, the NBC and Peacock series Joe Exotic has cast its Howard Baskin. In the intense and ridiculous feud between Exotic and big cats rights activist Carole Baskin, Howard is Carole’s even-tempered right-hand man. He’s a quiet, demure type, though he always has his wife’s back. (Even when she’s been accused of allegedly feeding her second husband, Don Lewis, to tigers!)

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macgruber TV series peacock

Will Forte‘s comedic action hero character, who originated in a Saturday Night Live sketch, got his own movie in 2010 – a film which performed abysmally at the box office, but quickly earned cult status. Now, more than 10 years later, MacGruber is coming back to the small screen in a Peacock streaming series. And Forte has shared a new photo of the core trio of actors to prove that this whole revival isn’t just some kind of elaborate joke.
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Dr. Death Trailer

Doctors take a Hippocratic Oath to uphold ethical standards and not willingly harm their patients. But that didn’t stop former neurosurgeon Christopher Duntsch from maiming several of his patients, and killing two others. The scary story of Dr. Duntsch was chronicled in the Wondery podcast Dr. Death, and now the story has become a Peacock series, too. The series tracks Duntsch’s rise, crimes, and downfall – as well as the system that protected him for far too many years. Joshua Jackson, Grace Gummer, AnnaSophia Robb, Christian Slater, and Alec Baldwin star.

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MacGruber TV Series Speech

If there’s one thing we’re looking forward to on Peacock, it’s the forthcoming MacGruber TV series, based on the (truly incredible) feature film comedy of the same name, which was in turn based on the Saturday Night Live sketch parody of MacGyver. We’ve yet to see any photos or footage from the show, but during an appearance on Late Night with Seth Meyers last week, star and executive producer Will Forte read an absurd and hilarious speech from the series about why his team’s latest mission is so important. It’ll be the best thing you watch all day. Read More »

In true pop star fashion, Girls5Eva announced on YouYube that the hit Peacock comedy is no longer just a one-hit-wonder. Sara Bareilles, Busy Philipps, Paula Pell, and Renée Elise Goldsberry are all back on stage (er, screen) for season 2 as Girls5Eva, because this reunited girl group is going to be famous forever.

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ted tv series

Ted, the movie where Mark Wahlberg hangs out with a teddy bear who sounds a lot like Peter Griffin, is becoming a TV series over at Peacock. Seth MacFarlane, who directed, co-wrote, and voice acted in Ted and Ted 2, is on board to executive produce the series through his Fuzzy Door company. It’s the second TV series Peacock has landed from McFarlane’s Fuzzy Door – earlier this year they ordered The End is Nye, a Fuzzy Door show hosted by Bill Nye.

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macgruber cast

The gang’s all here for the MacGruber TV series at Peacock. The NBCUniversal streamer has added three impressive new cast members to the sequel series to the cult action-comedy film, with Sam Elliott, Laurence Fishburne, and Mickey Rourke joining the cast headed by Will Forte.

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The Boss Baby Family Business Trailer

At long last, our lord and savior has returned. I’m talking about the Boss Baby, of course. The animated infant who is also a businessman (or something?) is back in The Boss Baby: Family Business. In the new animated film, the Boss Baby (who is apparently named Ted?) is all grown-up, but don’t worry – he turns into a baby again. Movies really are magical, aren’t they, folks? Check out the trailer below.

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The Resort

Andy Siara, the writer of the Hulu comedy Palm Springs, is heading to television for his next project.

NBCUniversal’s streaming service Peacock has ordered eight episodes of a new show called The Resort, which is described as “a multi-generational exploration of love, marriage, and family vacations, set amidst one of the Mayan Riviera’s most bizarre unsolved mysteries.” Siara will write and executive produce this new show alongside Allison Miller, while Sam Esmail, the creator of USA Network’s tech mystery show Mr. Robot and the Amazon drama Homecoming, will serve as an executive producer.
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