Tag: TV Show
The second trailer for Star Wars Rebels Season 4 has dropped, and it may be the best one yet! Check it out and the premiere date below!
A TV series with Karl Urban as Judge Dredd? This could be a reality pretty soon. Come inside for more details!
Today we learned that iZombies executive producer Diane Ruggiero-Wright Misfits reboot Was given a pilot order at Freeform. Deadline reported that the American version of The British show has already cast 4 of the 5 members of the show's original juvenile delinquents. Let's check it out below.
The first trailer for Marvel's Cloak and Dagger has finally landed! Come inside to learn more about the characters that will star in the upcoming Freeform series!
We’ve Got Movie Sign again! It’s been 18years since the last time the mad scientists forced the bots and their human companion to watch cheesy movies. Mystery Science Theater 3000, a low-budget but hilarious cable comedy show from the 80s-90s, has been resurrected on Netflix, with a new cast but the same satiric spirit. Does Mystery Science Theater 3000: The Return live up to its predecessor?
The final episode of season 10 of Doctor Who will end with something we’ve never seen before…a multi-Master story. Will this episode fill in the missing years of the Master’s life and tell how the renegade Time Lord became a Time Lady known as Missy?
For fans of classic Star Trek who want to see quality stories done in the spirt of the original series, you have a treat this week. The consistently excellent web series Star Trek Continues has put out its eighth episode, “Still Treads the Shadow”, and as usual, it does not disappoint.
Netflix's adaptation of Lemony Snicket's A Series of Unfortunate Events will debut in a few months! Until then, see Neil Patrick Harris' debut as Count Olaf in the first trailer!
45 years ago, one of the most divisive shows ever made debuted and became the biggest hit of the 1970s. All In The Family hit the airwaves in 1971 and created a maelstrom of controversy. The non-PC humor of the show would never be tolerated today. However, was the show really racially insensitive or was it just using humor to cast some light on the ignorance and prejudices of the world?