Amazon Prime original series needed either fairy wings or a spaceship to escape the bloodbath of Amazon cancellations, as the streaming service axed five shows including Nicolas Winding Refn’s Too Old to Die Young and the Maya Rudolph and Fred Armisen-fronted supernatural series Forever. But in the midst of Amazon’s ruthless cancellations, Carnival Row survived with a second season renewal, despite it being a month out from its season 1 premiere.
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Maya Rudolph and Fred Armisen in a comedy series together? Say no more, we’re already on board. Maya Rudolph and Fred Armisen in an Amazon comedy series from the writers of Master of None and Parks and Recreation? When can we see this right now, immediately?
We won’t be able to see Forever until September, but Amazon has kindly given us a glimpse at the series in the first trailer.
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Update: USA Network has released trailers for Rush, Complications and Satisfaction, those three trailers have been added after the jump.
This time of year, the major television networks make a bunch of big presentations in New York City showcasing their new and returning television shows — this is called “upfronts.” FOX, ABC, NBC, TNT and TBS have held their presentations and have uploaded trailers for their new television series online for all of you to get a sneak preview. After the jump you can watch
25 28 trailers for television shows set to hit the airs in Fall 2014 and beyond (2015) alongside official plot synopsis, including filmmaker, producer and cast details. Hit the jump and watch some of the Fall 2014 tv trailers and leave your thoughts in the comments below.
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The low-fi indie Monsters gave director Gareth Edwards a big-screen career virtually overnight, and in addition to working on the new incarnation of Godzilla for Legendary Pictures he has been developing another follow-up project in relative quiet. Late last summer we got a few details on the movie, which was then untitled.
We learned that the film is about “a young human child (probably around 5 years old) and a robot who travel across the galaxy in search of mankind’s origin in a world void of humanity and filled with robots.” The report was that Edwards was pitching the project as “a robot Star Wars.” (And hopefully not now “a robot Prometheus.”)
Now we’ve learned that the film may be called Forever, and in an interview with one producer, Timur Bekmambetov, a few other minor details have been revealed. Read More »