Amazon has decided to pull the plug on Truth Seekers, the horror-comedy series from creators Nick Frost, Simon Pegg, James Serafinowicz, and Nat Saunders. The series premiered on Amazon Prime Video in October of 2020, but it won’t be moving beyond its first season. Frost announced the show’s cancelation via social media. Truth Seekers dealt with the adventures of amateur paranormal investigators.
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Amazon is bringing Simon Pegg and Nick Frost back to the world of horror with a new series called Truth Seekers. Nick Frost stars in the series as Gus, an internet installer who also hosts his own paranormal investigation web series called Truth Seekers on YouTube. Usually, he ventures into abandoned places while out on the job, but now he has to bring a new partner (Samson Kayo) with him, and they end up stumbling onto a lot of real paranormal activity.
Truth Seekers held a panel with Nick Frost and the rest of the show’s cast members (unfortunately without Simon Pegg) to talk about the upcoming series, and we’ve honed in on some of the finer points from their discussion. Plus, you can watch a couple new Truth Seekers clips that show off a little more of the comedy to go with the horror. Read More »
It’s been a long time since Nick Frost and Simon Pegg teamed up. Sure, they recently hatched a plan to survive the coronavirus pandemic that was eerily similar to Shaun of the Dead, but we haven’t seen them in a movie or TV show together in a long time. But that’s about to change, as you can see in the with the new paranormal comedy series Truth Seekers, coming to Amazon Prime just in time for Halloween. Get a look at the Truth Seekers trailer below for some ghastly comedy. Read More »
For the past three seasons of the FXX animated comedy series Archer, the dashing dolt and lead character Sterling Archer has been in a coma. That allowed the show to change up its style, shifting from a slick spy comedy to completely imagined adventures taking place in Archer’s subconscious, inspired by film noir, pulpy Pacific island stories, and science fiction movies.
But as explained in the Archer Comic-Con panel 2020, the show is returning to its spy roots after Sterling Archer woke up in the season 10 finale. Plus, a couple of cool guest stars for the new season were revealed. Get the highlights from the panel below, or watch the whole thing if you’re interested. Read More »
Friends and frequent co-stars Simon Pegg and Nick Frost are together again for Truth Seekers, a new horror-comedy debuting on Amazon Prime globally later this year. In honor of the impending release, Pegg, Frost, and series co-writers James Serafinowicz and Nat Saunders, took part in a Comic-Con at Home panel discussing what we can expect. They also debuted a teaser for the show, which you can watch below.
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Treat yourself to some Cornetto: Simon Pegg and Nick Frost are back together again. The duo who, along with director Edgar Wright, gave us cult classic hits like Shaun of the Dead and Hot Fuzz seemed to have gone their separate ways after the Cornetto Trilogy wrapped up with 2013’s The World’s End. But it turns out it takes a few ghosts and an Amazon horror comedy series to bring them back together. Pegg and Frost star in Amazon’s Truth Seekers, a horror comedy series about a misfit team of ghost hunters who are seeking…the truth. See the first images from Truth Seekers below.
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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, check out a breakdown of some of the visual effects created for the blockbuster monster movie Godzilla: King of the Monsters. Plus, take a look back at the animated series Freakazoid! that was developed by Steven Spielberg, and finally, listen to Simon Pegg break down his career, from Spaced through Star Trek and beyond. Read More »
Mission: Impossible 7, the latest excuse for Tom Cruise to risk his life, is currently on hold due to the coronavirus. But the production is gearing up to start shooting soon. According to co-star Simon Pegg, the latest IMF adventure will resume filming this September. Pegg isn’t quite sure how production will resume, and it goes without saying that the behind-the-scenes process will be considerably different than when everything halted.
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The future of the Star Trek film franchise at Paramount Pictures appears to be in limbo. At one time, there were discussions to get a Star Trek 4 off the ground that would have given us a time travel story where Chris Pine as Captain Kirk teamed up with Chris Hemsworth his late father George Kirk. Unfortunately, difficult salary negotiations stopped the movie dead in its tracks, and according to Simon Pegg, there doesn’t appear to be any urgency to pick up where Star Trek Beyond left off in 2016. Read More »
The Mission: Impossible franchise had barely begun production on the seventh installment when the coronavirus pandemic shut down movie and TV sets all over the world. Since it’s the first of two back-to-back sequels, the release dates have already been pushed back to give director Christopher McQuarrie and producer/star Tom Cruise to make sure everything is in order when the movie is allowed to resume production. Thankfully, that gave McQuarrie, as well as a couple cast members, some time to talk about what fans can expect from the two sequels. Read More »