It’s been good to have Mystery Science Theater 3000 back on our televisions thanks to the revival from Netflix in 2017. But even more exciting than new episodes has been the live tours that series creator Joel Hodgson has been part of along with the show’s new host Jonah Ray, the movie riffing robots, Tom Servo, Crow, and Gypsy, and more. However, the Mystery Science Theater 3000 2019 live tour will be somewhat bittersweet, because it will be Joel Hodgson’s last. Get details on the latest tour below! Read More »
Jonah and the bots are back for an all-new season of Mystery Science Theater 3000, subjecting viewers to a plethora of terrible movies. The only way for the gang to survive is through the ancient tradition of riffing – but will this be the season that breaks them for good? It’s very possible, as one of the bad movies being riffed this year is none other than the immortal E.T. rip-off Mac and Me. Watch the Mystery Science Theater 3000 season 12 trailer below.
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Mystery Science Theater 3000 is returning to Netflix with an all-new season, and the premiere date couldn’t be more perfect. The new MST3K season will debut on Thanksgiving Day, which is kind of a staple for the show. The very first episode of the show launched on Thanksgiving Day in 1988, and in its original incarnation, the series would run “Turkey Day” marathons on Thanksgiving. Netflix also announced the show’s renewal last Thanksgiving.
So break out the stuffing, dump the cranberry sauce out of the can, and get ready for a whole new season of riffing on terrible movies. More on the Mystery Science Theater 3000 new season premiere below.
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Last year, to celebrate the return of Mystery Science Theater 3000, the movie-mocking comedy series went on tour across the country with new host Jonah Ray and his robot companions Tom Servo and Crow T. robot. The series revival has yet another season on the way, but this year they have even more to celebrate.
This year marks the 30th anniversary for Mystery Science Theater 3000, so the show is going on another celebratory live tour with two entirely new movies to make fun of. And what’s even better about the new live tour is that series creator and original host Joel Hodgson will be getting back into his red jumpsuit alongside Jonah Ray this time. Find out when and where you can catch the Mystery Science Theater 3000 live tour below. Read More »
It was a bit of a miracle that the cult favorite movie mocking series Mystery Science Theater 3000 ended up finding a new home at Netflix after a successful crowdfunding campaign paid for an entire season of new episodes 18 years after the series had ended. The series revival brought comedian Jonah Ray on board as the new human host trapped with a couple of wisecracking robots by a pair of mad scientists who are forcing them to watch some of the worst movies ever made. And now we’re going to get even more
During the annual Mystery Science Theater 3000 Thanksgiving marathon, some surprise news came from hosts Joel Hodgson, Jonah Ray and Felicia Day with the announcement that Mystery Science Theater 3000: The Return season 2 had officially been ordered by Netflix. Happy Thanksgiving, indeed! Read More »
Welcome to The Water Cooler, a weekly feature where the /Film staff is free to go off-topic and talk about everything except the movies and TV shows they normally write about. In this edition: A Wrinkle in Time revisited, an incredible new RPG, a preview of Disneyland’s new version of Fantasmic, a look at John Mayer’s new album, and a Luc Besson marathon at The Egyptian.
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Mystery Science Theater 3000 fans are very happy to have the movie-mocking show back thanks to a revival from Netflix that brought 13 new episodes to the streaming service. It’s like the series never left! Now fans will get to enjoy the show live in-person with a Mystery Science Theater 3000 tour, which will be traveling around the United States this summer.
Find out where the tour is headed and what the show entails below. Read More »
The entire new season of Mystery Science Theater 3000 is available on Netflix, and if you haven’t watched it yet, you’re missing out on a fantastic return for the movie mocking series. In order to keep raising awareness for the show for those who aren’t familiar with the series that ran from the late 1980s through the later 1990s, Netflix has put together some great promo videos featuring the show’s puppeted robots Tom Servo (voiced by Baron Vaughn) and Crow T. Robot (voiced Hampton Yount). The two robots pitch some new shows to Netflix, watch some shows on the streaming service, read YouTube comments and more.
Watch the Mystery Science Theater 3000 Netflix pitches and other videos below. Read More »
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New episodes from Mystery Science Theater 3000 are now available on Netflix. But since this is a show that first rose to fame in the 1990s and then disappeared at the turn of the century, some audiences who aren’t familiar with the show might need a proper introduction to the series that mocks some of the worst movies ever made. To help give Netflix subscribers a taste of what MST3K has to offer, they had Jonah Ray and his robot pals Tom Servo and Crow sit down to take some jabs at Netflix’s hit sci-fi series Stranger Things, and it’s just as great as you’d hope.
Enjoy as Mystery Science Theater 3000 watches Stranger Things after the jump. Read More »
In the not-too-distant future (this Friday, April 14, to be exact), Mystery Science Theater 3000 will return, bringing terrible movies and endless riffing along with it. The original iteration of the show ran for a whopping 10 seasons, spanning 197 episodes and a feature film, building a devoted cult following in the process. “Keep circulating the tapes!” became the show’s rallying cry, as fans would record episodes on VHS tapes (remember those?) and swap them amongst each other. Even if you weren’t familiar with what Mystery Science Theater (or MST3K, as most fans call it) was, there was a good chance that if you were flipping channels between 1988 and 1999, you likely came across it in its distinct form: a cheap-looking movie with three silhouettes down in the right-hand corner. It turned riffing on bad movies into an art form.
To celebrate the show’s return, I’ve gone ahead and assembled the best of the best – these are the greatest episodes of the series, a perfect marathon for seasoned fans and newcomers alike.
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