The Morning Watch is a recurring feature that highlights a handful of noteworthy videos from around the web. They could be video essays, fanmade productions, featurettes, short films, hilarious sketches, or just anything that has to do with our favorite movies and TV shows.
In this edition, see what it’s like when RoboCop and Terminator go head-to-head as playable characters in Mortal Kombat 11. Plus, watch a featurette with the cast of Space Force talking about the experience of working with Steve Carell in his first TV series since The Office, and listen to Ricky Gervais answer the web’s most searched questions about him. Read More »
In this edition of TV Bits:
- CBS has renewed – and canceled – several shows.
- Kevin Smith gives an update on his Masters of the Universe series.
- Ricky Gervais’ After Life gets a third season at Netflix.
- Watch a trailer for Yellowstone season 3.
- Peacock signs a deal with Apple.
- History has canceled Project Blue Book and Knightfall.
- Hey, remember Quibi? They’re still around, and still picking up new shows!
- Fuller House is ending. Let us all bow our heads.
- Room 104 is ending with season 4.
- The Smash cast is reuniting to stream Bombshell In Concert.
- Get a first look at the One Day at a Time animated special.
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David and Devindra are joined by Ariel Fisher to watch Pet Sematary. Does this most recent resurrection of Stephen King’s novel live up to the horror of the original film?
Read Ariel’s article on why the throne room fight in The Last Jedi is actually about online dating, and Nate Jones’s Vulture article on Jason Clarke: Hollywood’s go-to cuckold.
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Ricky Gervais‘ new Netflix comedy series has revealed its After Life cast. Joining Gervais in the dark comedy series about a man who, after a tragedy, decides to start “saying and doing whatever he likes,” include Downton Abbey’s Penelope Wilton, Game of Thrones‘ David Bradley, Extras’ Ashley Jensen, and more.
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