In this edition of TV Bits:
- Castle Rock season 2 may bring back characters from season 1
- Check out a preview of American Horror Story: Apocalypse
- Billy On the Street is returning with new web episodes
- Law and Order: Hate Crimes is the latest Law and Order spin-off
- Go behind the scenes of The Deuce season 2
- One of the producers of The Simpsons noticed a major continuity error from a 23-year-old episode
- A new Walking Dead season 9 trailer
- HBO renews Ballers and Insecure
- The CW is developing a Nancy Drew series
- Chilling Adventures of Sabrina now has an awesome poster
- Gomorrah TV series getting prequel film
- GWAR destroyed the Rick and Morty pop-up bar that never was
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The nominations for the 70th Primetime Emmy Awards were announced this morning, and with so many TV shows out there for us to binge, there were bound to be some snubs. But thankfully, along with some of the TV shows and talents that didn’t get recognized by the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences, there were also some surprises that we weren’t expecting to land nominations.
Let’s run through a list of some of the 2018 Emmys snubs and surprises below. Read More »
We’ve cast our nets into the sea of content and hauled in a fresh batch of movie trailers, just for you. In this trailer roundup, you’ll see trailers for the new season of Orange Is The New Black, the Korean supernatural action flick Witch, the documentary McQueen, the courtroom drama The Children Act, the Idris Elba-directed Yardie, and Insecure season 3.
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This morning brought the cavalcade of nominations for the 69th Primetime Emmy Awards, which will be handed out in September. Westworld was out in front with a whopping 22 nominations for its freshman season while other debut shows like This Is Us, as well as continuing shows like Veep and Saturday Night Live, also landed a surprising number of nods. But there are only so many slots for nominees and plenty of shows were snubbed by the Television Academy. Thankfully, it wasn’t all bad news though as there were some pleasant (sometimes goofy) surprises as well.
Below, we run through the biggest 2017 Emmy snubs and surprises. Read More »
Posted on Monday, November 14th, 2016 by Jacob Hall
We all saw this coming, but it’s always nice to finally have confirmation. HBO has confirmed that Westworld will return for a second season, as will the network’s other freshman show, Divorce and Insecure. However, Westworld fans may have to wait a little longer to get their next fix.
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HBO presented sessions for the Television Critics Association on Saturday, and some interesting announcements came from Quentin Schaffer, Executive Vice President of Corporate Communications, and Casey Bloys, president of HBO Programming. During the TCA sessions, news surfaced about new shows from True Blood creator Alan Ball and former The Daily Show host Jon Stewart. Plus, HBO also locked down the premiere dates for their upcoming new shows such as Westworld.
Find out the Westworld premiere date and get the scoop on the Jon Stewart HBO show and more after the jump. Read More »
Posted on Thursday, June 23rd, 2016 by Angie Han
HBO’s drama side is struggling right now, as we were reminded when Vinyl became its latest mercy-killing earlier this week. But on the comedy side, things are looking much, much sunnier. Veep is still going strong under a new showrunner; Silicon Valley is better than ever; Ballers is HBO’s biggest comedy hit since Sex and the City; and Curb Your Enthusiasm is set to return for season 9.
And its upcoming slate looks pretty interesting, too. Today we have the first trailer for Insecure, a new half-hour comedy from Awkward Black Girl creator Issa Rae. The show seems to fit right into the HBO brand while also offering something a little different. If Insecure is as fun as the promo it looks like HBO will have another hit on its hands. Watch the trailer below. Read More »