In this edition of TV Bits:
- Miracle Workers season 3 happening at TBS.
- Watch a trailer for Onyx Equinox.
- The Boys season 2 bloopers are now online.
- The TV remake of Black Narcissus gets a new trailer.
- Amazon announces a casting call for Paper Girls.
- Watch a teaser for Are You Afraid of the Dark season 2.
- A Teacher trailer would like to give you detention.
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The first season of Miracle Workers focused on Daniel Radcliffe, Geraldine Viswanathan, and Karan Soni as employees in heaven trying to stop God (Steve Buscemi) from destroying Earth. Now the show is returning for a second season, but since it was crafted as an anthology series, it’s going in a completely different direction and has absolutely nothing to do with the story from the first season. But not everything is different.
Miracle Workers: Dark Ages takes the same cast from the first season and turns them into medieval villagers just trying to get by in one of the most difficult and dark periods in human history. Needless to say, things are pretty bleak when people get excited to watch someone get killed in the middle of the village square. Watch the Miracle Workers: Dark Ages trailer for a glimpse. Read More »
If you want to watch original programming from TBS, you usually need a subscription to a cable provider or an online TV streaming service. But the cable channel has made the first episode of their latest comedy series easily available for everyone to watch.
Miracle Workers is a new series from Man Seeking Woman creator Simon Rich focusing on a lowly angel named Craig (Daniel Radcliffe) who must stop God (Steve Buscemi) from destroying Earth. That might sound like the premise for some kind of fantastical blockbuster, but it’s actually a quirky, dry comedy. You can see for yourself by watching the first episode on YouTube right now. Read More »
Earth is in a constant state of disaster. Whether it’s natural or manmade, there’s always something terrible happening around the world, and it’s about time somebody did something about it. Even heaven thinks there needs to be some kind of interference in the new TBS comedy series Miracle Workers, but God (Steve Buscemi) just doesn’t seem to be up to the task. So it’s up to an angel (Daniel Radcliffe) named Craig, whose job it is to answer prayers, to take matters into his own hands in an effort to save Earth.
Find out how that goes down the full Miracle Workers trailer that was just released by TBS. Read More »
Though they might not be huge hits in the ratings department, TBS has curated some fantastic comedies with incredible talent in recent years. Along with their consistently great late night presence featuring Conan O’Brien and Samantha Bee, they’ve also had outstanding shows like Detour, Wrecked, Search Party, Angie Tribeca, and The Final Space. But their latest offering looks like it takes things to another level.
Miracle Workers is a new series on TBS, and it’s certainly sacrilegious. The show focuses on Steve Buscemi as God, and he has a plan to destroy the Earth, but two angels from the offices of Heaven Inc. tried to convince him otherwise. It just so happens that one of those angels is Harry Potter franchise star Daniel Radcliffe. How is this a TBS series?! Read More »
In this edition of TV Bits:
- Get Out director Jordan Peele is making an HBO show with J.J. Abrams’ Bad Robot Productions
- AMC’s Preacher gets an explosive new season 2 trailer
- The Young Pope gets a second season and a new name
- ABC heads under the sea for The Little Mermaid Live!
- And more!
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What is it with exorcism movies? Earlier today we had word that Anthony Hopkins had been cast in The Rite. Now there’s another exorcism movie in the works called Miracle Workers, with Zach Galifianakis attached to star.
STYD has the report, saying the script is “a buddy supernatural comedy in which the actor is put on a path that has him posing as an exorcist with a pal. The two think they’ve got a good thing going until they’re faced with a real menace.” So…kinda like The Frighteners? Or The Brothers Grimm? Fine with me — I can easily see Galifianakis killing a role like that. (Even though the best thing about The Frighteners was a wickedly messed-up turn from Jeffrey Combs. Top that, guys!) This news comes from producer Michael Aguiler, who also produced this week’s The Crazies. No director is set yet.
After the break, Mickey Rourke is looking to go to war with the gods, and a genre veteran continues his comeback. Read More »