Rick and Morty season 5 is premiering on Adult Swim this weekend. Ahead of the first episode’s arrival on Sunday, the cold open has been released online, and it finds Morty actually doing something right for once.
When it seems like all hope is lost, and Rick and Morty might meet their maker after an adventure gone wrong, Morty saves their lives. Unfortunately, how he does it results in them meeting Rick’s nemesis. Yes, Rick has a nemesis, and as you can see in the Rick and Morty season 5 opening scene, he’s quite full of himself. Read More »
Earth at Night in Color is not your average nature docuseries. The new Apple TV+ show uses special cameras and a unique editing process to capture crystal-clear footage of animals at night. Normally when shows want to do this sort of thing they rely on night vision, but the Earth at Night in Color process has bright, clear footage that would be pitch-black in other circumstances. Below, check out an Earth at Night in Color exclusive clip featuring some brown bears waking up for the evening.
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We’re just one week away from the release of Star Trek: Picard, the highly-anticipated CBS All Access streaming series that features the return of Sir Patrick Stewart as beloved Trek character Captain Jean-Luc Picard. And because CBS clearly knows what audiences want, a new clip has made its way online that includes Picard and his dog aimlessly wandering through the former Starfleet officer’s gorgeous vineyard. Read More »
As we’ve learned from many seasons of Doctor Who, time can be rewritten. The best part of the long-running BBC sci-fi series is that it routinely flouts the rules of time travel, with the titular time-traveling alien regularly interfering in historical events. But there seems to be thing that shouldn’t be rewritten, even in the Doctor’s eyes: human DNA. In the new Doctor Who season 12 clip, the Doctor (Jodie Whittaker) and her fam (Mandip Gill, Tosin Cole, Bradley Walsh) are invited by Stephen Fry to see a comatose patient — or so they think. Watch the Doctor Who season 12 clip below.
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Let’s get this rolling today with an action-packed clip from Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker. In the first clip from the final installment of the Skywalker Saga, Rey, Chewie, Finn, Poe, BB-8, and C-3PO find themselves chased across a desert by Stormtroopers. And oh yeah – the Storm Troopers fly now. It’s a fast-paced, whiz-bang clip that throws off some Mad Max: Fury Road vibes (but with a lot more jokes). In addition to the new Rise of Skywalker clip, there’s also a behind-the-scenes featurette that celebrates the end of the saga as a whole – and reveals a surprise cameo, too.
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Samurai Jack creator Genndy Tartakovsky has spent the past several years making Hotel Transylvania movies: goofy, breezy films that are largely designed for kids and families. But longtime fans know that Tartakovsy’s a man with varied interests – and one of those interests happens to be seeing a dinosaur rip another dinosaur’s face off.
That’s exactly what you’ll see in this new clip for his upcoming Adult Swim series Primal, which features more visceral action than some of the films in the Jurassic Park franchise.
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Conan O’Brien is the longest-running late night talk show host in the game right now, and in his more than 25 years experience, he’s only had two instances in which a confirmed guest flaked on him at the last minute. One was Liza Minelli over two decades ago, and the other was Stuber star Kumail Nanjiani, who was slated to appear on TBS’s Conan last night but ended up cancelling just thirty minutes before the show began recording in front of its live studio audience. Find out the reason why, and how Conan kept things moving, by watching the clips below.
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Netflix’s Chilling Adventures of Sabrina looks as different as can be from the cheery Sabrina the Teenage Witch comic book and ’90s sitcom that it inspired. But there’s one returning element that is probably familiar to fans.
A new clip from the upcoming Netflix series introduces Sabrina’s animal familiar, Salem, a cat which spoke with a deep and sarcastic voice in the ’90s sitcom. But while fans probably won’t anticipate that same sarcastic tone from the cat, they can anticipate him being just as cute as they remember.
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This post contains spoilers for The Good Place seasons 1 and 2.
The first season of The Good Place surprised us all with that twist ending revealing that Eleanor (Kristen Bell), Chidi (William Jackson Harper), Tahani (Jameela Jamil) and Jason (Manny Jacinto) were actually in The Bad Place as part of a new experimental form of torture by the demon Michael (Ted Danson). But the second season also delivered a surprising twist ending, and the first scene from the third season premiere shows us the logistics of how it’s done. Read More »
The third episode of Sacha Baron Cohen‘s headline-making comedy documentary series Who Is America? aired last night, and right on schedule, we have the clip that will easily be the most talked about from the latest installment of the Showtime series.
Remember Alabama senate candidate Roy Moore? He’s the Republican who lost a special election in December of 2017 for an Alabama senate seat when allegations surfaced that he had a sexual encounter with a 14-year old girl when the politician himself was 32 years old. Several other women also came forward with accusations of sexual misconduct and even assault when they were teens.
So in an interview segment with Roy Moore on Who Is America?, Sacha Baron Cohen’s anti-terrorist expert character Colonel Erran Morad introduced a new piece of technology that is, uh, scientifically able to detect whether someone is a pedophile. You can imagine how it plays out during the interview with the disgraced but somehow shameless politician, but you can also watch for yourself. Read More »