In 2015 we saw the revival of the Camp Firewood gang in the Wet Hot American Summer prequel. Now Netflix is bringing back the campers for a ten-year reunion. The eight-episode series will see the return of originals Paul Rudd, Amy Poehler, and Michael Ian Black — no Bradley Copper — to live up to their promise of a 9:30 meeting. Make it your beeswax to catch the premiere August 4, 2017.
From every point of the compass, forces march on King's Landing. The great war is beginning, as the Queen of Dragons comes to Westeros and the undead army of the White Walkers threaten the North. The anticipated seventh season of Game of Thrones is almost here — with winter and everything else coming for the Iron Throne. Season seven premieres July 16, 2017 on HBO.
You'd think the writers and creators of a TV show would ace a round of trivia about their show. You'd be wrong. Vince Gilligan and Peter Gould, creators of Breaking Bad and Better Call Saul get grilled by New York Magazine about their work — and get pretty stumped by a few of the questions.
Jimmy Iovine and Dr. Dre. Two disparate ends of the music spectrum came together in the early 90s and built a hip-hop empire that is still a force over 25 years later. The Defiant Ones features interviews with rapper and entrepreneur Dre and legendary producer Iovine, along with the likes of Eminem, Gwen Stefani, Trent Reznor, and Bruce Springsteen. The four-part series premieres on HBO July 9, 2017.
Bill Maher is no stranger to crossing the line, but last week on Real Time he stepped way too far even for him. During a segment with Republican Senator Ben Sasse, the controversial host used the n-word, leaving many people — including Ice Cube — very angry. Coincidentally, the former NWA rapper was scheduled to promote the re-release of his album Death Certificate , but instead took the time to confront Maher for his racial slur.
The morning after a massive thunderstorm, a thick, unnatural mist settles over the town of Bridgton, Maine. Hidden within the mist are creatures, unlike anything ever seen on Earth. Cut off from the outside world, the townsfolk struggle to keep from breaking down, making themselves an enemy as lethal as the things in the mist outside. Based on a novella by Stephen King, The Mist premieres on Spike TV June 22, 2017.
More than a simple camera drone GoPro Karma is a series of separate accessories that work together to deliver great-looking aerial footage in the air or on the ground. It starts with the drone and its folding design, top speed of 35mph, 20-minute runtime, and the touchscreen controller that gets even novices up and running with ease. The stabilizer slides inside the Karma Grip — for smooth handheld videos. And the entire kit packs into a backpack case. The Karma system is compatible with the Hero 5 Black and Hero 4 Black and Silver.
Presented by GoPro.
GoPro Karma is a highly-capable yet beginner-friendly drone. But it's just as useful on the ground as it is in the air. Thanks to its detachable stabilizer and Grip accessory, it also lets you capture smooth, rock-stable footage whether you're holding it in your hand or have it hooked to one of the company's signature mounts. Shot 100% on Karma and the HERO5 camera, this video gives you a taste of the system's possibilities.
Presented by GoPro.
Making yourself disappear in today's world isn't easy. It's even harder when you're trying to make your entire family vanish with you. Marty Byrde is trying to quit his job and ditch his employer — except that his job is laundering money for a massive drug cartel. Starring Jason Bateman and Laura Linney, Ozark comes to Netflix in July 2017.
David Lynch and Robert Frost's story of murder in a small town had a very unlikely origin — the death actress Marilyn Monroe. Originally conceived as an investigation into Marilyn's death and possible murder, Lynch was unable to nail down his theory, and so the show went nowhere. But Marilyn was reborn in the character of Laura Palmer, the murder victim that is the center of the Twin Peaks story.
It was one of the most imaginative worlds ever created, and one of Jim Henson's biggest achievements — 1982's The Dark Crystal. There have been sequel rumors on and off since the release of the first movie, but now we finally have a look at a finished product. Using some of the original molds and puppets, The Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance is shot with completely practical effects and puppets — no uncanny CGI. Coming to Netflix, the series is currently in production.
In 1980s Los Angeles, a struggling actress is desperate for a role — that preferably doesn't involve being the stereotypical meek woman. A fateful call sends to to an audition for GLOW — the Gorgeous Ladies of Wrestling. GLOW is the fictional origin story of the women's wrestling league that has run in various forms since 1986. Starring Allison Brie, GLOW premieres June 23, 2017 on Netflix.
Struggling to just get by, the Conners were the antithesis of TV families like those portrayed in Dallas, Family Ties, and Growing Pains. From 1989 to 1997, every week Americans looked a family that was strangely like their own, with everyday problems that hit close to home. ABC is reviving Roseanne with the original cast, coming to TV in 2018.
It's not a reboot — it's a revival. NBC has 12 new episodes of one of TV's best not-couple couples, Will Truman and Grace Adler. After last fall's voter registration PSA, Will and Grace return to NBC Studios where Will convinces Grace to sign on for another run on the set of their old apartment.
When reality and television collide, a former TV detective finds himself in a surreal predicament. A murder promises to tell everything he knows but refuses to speak to anyone other than the star of a tacky 80s TV show. The actor who played him decides to take the gig, which turns out to be the best role of his career. From the creator of Mighty Boosh, Mindhorn premieres May 5, 2017 on Netflix.
Family. It's the center of life — the kicking, screaming, depressing and utterly dysfunctional center of life. One of the strongest families on the small screen was host John Stewart and his Daily Show correspondents, going out into the world and producing the hard-hitting stories we came to love. Those days are over, and those correspondents have gone on to successful careers of their own. Stephen Colbert brought the Daily Show cast back together on The Late Show for reminiscing and catching up with what everyone's been up to.
Three friends are about to realize the dream of taking their video game to the masses when the financier bankrolling the project is taken hostage. Reuniting the cast of Workaholics, Adam DeVine, Anders Holm, and Blake Anderson star in Game Over, Man! a full-length feature film coming to Netflix on April 20, 2018.
Three days. The entirety of the fifth season of Orange is the New Black takes place over just three days. Picking up immediately after the season four finale, the women of Litchfield take over the prison — and have a few things they'd like to say. Orange is the New Black returns to Netflix on June 9, 2017.
Marvel takes four heroes from four shows — Luke Cage, Jessica Jones, Daredevil, and Iron Fist — and brings them all together in what might be peak Marvel. New York City needs saving, and it will take all four to get the job done, personal issues among them be damned. The Defenders premieres on Netflix August 18, 2017.
The most powerful power couple in history is storming back into the White House. Frank and Claire Underwood are ready for the 2016 election — with a plan that might keep them in the most powerful office in the world for the longest term since Roosevelt. House of Cards returns to Netflix May 30, 2017.
One of the best shows on television is also the biggest troll on TV. The mad scientist/young sidekick dynamic of Rick and Morty looks familiar because it is familiar — the original concept episode was a blatant rip-off of Back to the Future. But the idea for lifting Back to the Future goes back to co-creator Justin Roiland's House of Cosbys web series that was shut down by a cease-and-desist letter from Bill Cosby's lawyer.
The life you live that isn't your life. That perfectly curated social media feed. Squaring the perception with the reality — or trying to make the perception the reality. Eighty-Sixed is a new web series co-written by Cazzie David and director Elisa Kalan, and is a cynical, sharp-edged satirical take on growing up in the age of social media. Cazzie David plays Remi, a neurotic, self-absorbed young adult trudging through the morass of a recent breakup, surrounded by equally self- and socially-obsessed friends. Giving a nod to her father and Curb Your Enthusiasm, Cazzie and Elisa have created a show that gives a scathing take on our connected lives and the often bizarre social norms we've constructed.
It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia is on it's way to having one of the longest runs in sitcom history — and it hasn't lost any of its comedic edge shown in the self-produced pilot episode. With three of the cast members as writers on the show, It's Always Sunny is perfectly positioned to keep the content fresh and the characters consistent.
With the return of Better Call Saul also brings the return of Gustavo Fring. In this promo for the show, the Los Pollos Hermanos owner/meth kingpin releases a new employee video demonstrating proper communication skills while working at his chicken chain — we advise you play close attention. The former Breaking Bad star is set to appear in a multiple episodes of the AMC prequel when season three premieres April 10, 2017.
What a long, strange trip it's been. Dev is finally back home after traveling abroad to find things haven't stopped while he's been away. His personal life, family, and career are waiting for his attention. Aziz Ansari returns in the second season of Master of None, coming to Netflix May 12, 2017.
If you want to make one of the best television shows ever, you need to start with a pilot. The characters, the setting, the plot — all this needs to be established in a way that makes viewers want to tune in for the next episode. Lessons from the Screenplay breaks down Vince Gilligan's script for the pilot of Breaking Bad, and how it set up one of the best shows of television's Golden Age.
After seven seasons, it appears winter has officially come. In the first promo for the series finale of Game of Thrones, Jon Snow, Cersei, and Daenerys Targaryen each take their seat at the head of their house but in the fight for the Iron Throne, their greatest threat won't be each other. The beginning of the end starts July 2016.
A new Internet will be built. Fraud will be perpetrated. Mansplaining will be mansplained. Honesty will be a little too honest, and Erlich's facial hair will change patterns on a regular basis. All in the fourth season of Silicon Valley. Mike Judge's surreal look at the world's tech hub returns to HBO April 23, 2017.
You've already met Ray Stussy. Now you get the first look at Ewan McGregor's second character, the successful, better-looking older brother Emmit. Neither of them cares for the other which will more than likely lead to one's demise. The third season picks up four years after the first, in a 2010 Minnesota and, like previous seasons is rumored to have connections to past seasons through returning characters. Along with McGregor and McGregor, Carrie Coon and Mary Elizabeth Winstead also star when the series returns to FX April 19, 2017.
Even though Dennis did minor in psychology for one semester, when you're watching It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia great philosophical minds might not be the first thing you think of. Compare it to the works of German philosophers Friedrich Nietzsche and Martin Heidegger and you might change your mind. In this video analysis of the FX series, CrackerJacked examines how the gang gets philosophical.