In 2017, HBO's biggest shows are gearing up to return. There's the seventh season of Game of Thrones, the fourth season of Silicon Valley, and the long-awaited return of Curb Your Enthusiasm. Oh, and that British guy's back to scream at us about the end of the world. The fourth season of Last Week Tonight begins February 12, 2017.
Drew Barrymore becomes a vigilante zombie after an unexpected transformation gives her a thirst for blood. The realtor turned walker woke up one morning undead, forcing her husband Timothy Olyphant to aid her in her cannibalistic ways. It's ok if you only eat bad people, right? The series premieres February 3, 2017 on Netflix.
Guy Richie's 2000 cult-classic Snatch is coming to Sony's Crackle network as a multi-part TV series. A group of up-and-coming hustlers stumble upon a truck full of gold bullion, and get thrust into London's criminal underground. Snatch stars Rupert Grint of Harry Potter fame and releases on March 17, 2017.
During a crime wave, a near-miss with a gang of criminals leaves a young man with shards of his smartphone lodged in his brain. Coming out of his coma, he realizes the accident has given him the power to see and hear electronic communications — a sort of living NSA dragnet. Maisie Williams and Bill Milner star in iBoy, coming to Netflix January 27, 2017.
With such an honest and friendly face, who wouldn't try the new curly fries from Los Pollos Hermanos? But if you're going to complain, be sure to do it when Gus isn't there. The beloved villain from Breaking Bad looks poised to make an appearance in the third season of Better Call Saul, before an unfortunate wheelchair bomb incident took half his face and the rest of his life.
Last night, Jimmy Fallon hosted the 74th Annual Golden Globe Awards. And in true Fallon fashion, the late night host had to break out in song. The La La Land-inspired cold opening paid tribute to the night's big nominees with a musical number featuring Jon Snow, Dolores, and a special guest all the way from the Upsidedown.
Sporting an all-new case silhouette and both analog and digital readouts, the G-Shock GA700-1A Watch is an ideal entry point to this iconic brand. The dial and hands protrude outward, giving the watch a 3D look and making it more legible, while the front-button super illuminator LED light makes darkness an afterthought. It also offers world time, a stopwatch, a countdown timer, multiple alarms, and, of course, the shock- and water-resistance the G-Shock line is known for. Available in three colorways.
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Jason Momoa keeps his savage Game of Thrones persona as the Khal of Canada for a new Netflix series. Set in the 1700s, it centers around the North American fur trade, namely the Hudson's Bay Company. Momoa portrays Declan Harp, a part-Irish, part-native American outlaw working to take down the company's monopoly on the trade with a lot of blood and death. Sound familiar? Already renewed for a second season, Frontier will be ready for streaming January 20, 2017.
It's only fitting that Seinfeld — the show about nothing — had a theme song that was basically nothing. Composer Jonathan Wolff, who has written theme songs for over 44 shows, not only created the theme, but played slight variations thereof for every episode to match the flow of Jerry's opening monologue. Wolff describes his process for creating the iconic music, and how it almost didn't make it into the show.
It looks like 2017 is coming in with a bang. Starting things off will be a gritty new miniseries starring Tom Hardy, created by the actor, his father Chips, and Steven Knight. It follows drifter James Keziah Delaney who returns after his father's death to take on the family shipping empire, as well as the East India Company. Executive produced by Ridley Scott, the eight-part series will air on BBC One in the United Kingdom on January 7, 2017, and luckily for us, on FX beginning January 10th.
Live from New York, it's Saturday Night. From the cold open to the opening monologue, SNL is a well-oiled machine. So much so, that we almost forget that it's indeed live, with every skit and set change happening in real time. In this behind the scenes look, you get to see the magic happen, as dozens of people break down the set after Alec Baldwin, Beck Bennett, and John Goodman say that famous phrase. It all happens in a matter of minutes, with the last one walking off the stage mere seconds before host Casey Affleck begins his monologue.
Jerry Seinfeld is returning with more cars, more comedians, and more coffee. For the ninth season, Kristen Wiig, Christoph Waltz, and Cedric The Entertainer will ride shotgun in a new set of classic cars, which includes a Porsche 356, BMW 507, Volvo Amazon, and a Cadillac El Dorado. If you're thinking one of the cars looks a little out of place, it's because Jerry got his hands on the brand new Acura NSX, which we're sure is one of the perks of having an Acura sponsorship. The web series about nothing begins January 5, 2017 on Crackle, with new episodes airing every Thursday.
Bryan Cranston makes his long-awaited return to TV, well streaming TV, and he's just as ruthless as before. In this Amazon series, Giovanni Ribisi is the ultimate con-man, the only problem is he's been trying to con Heisenberg himself — a savage gangster who happens to have his brother. This leads him to take on the identity of his former cellmate Pete and steal $100,000, while his brother still has a few fingers left. Lead by Justified creator Graham Yost and Cranston, Sneaky Pete will be ready for streaming January 13, 2017.
A blind girl disappears, is found years later — and is able to see. Other than the over-arching plot, little is known about the 8-episode series. Co-written by and starring Brit Marling, Netflix's mysterious The OA begins December 16, 2017.
After three years in hiding, Walter White has returned. With a series of bizarre appointments from Donald Trump, SNL pokes fun at the President-elect by bringing back the high school science teacher turned meth kingpin as Head of the DEA. Now if we can get Jesse Pinkman as Director of the FBI, we can really make America cook again.
Spoiler warning. With its convoluted timelines, unknowable motives, and strange questions, Westworld does an excellent job of keeping you guessing. For every thing you think you know, there are ten that you probably don't, or may not even know that you don't know. Even with the season finale over, there are as many unanswered questions as there are answered ones, and this supercut of mysterious questions only reinforces what we don't know about Westworld.
After Final Fantasy was a flop, Conan decided to pump up the action with guns, explosions, and Terry Crews. The clueless gamer and the most intense man to ever wear Old Spice indulge in a game of Battlefield 1, where they find themselves in the midst of World War One. To calm down their rage, the guys offset the fury of war with a pack of cuddly bunnies.
The Queen of Pop makes her way into James Corden's passenger seat and it's everything you'd expect. Madonna twerks and breaks several car safety laws, while the pair belt out her classics. They get started with "Vogue" and then run through her greatest hits with "Papa Don't Preach" and "Express Yourself", as well as giving James the scoop on her relationship with Michael Jackson.
Fire, explosions, robots, insane speeds, and science — it's all here in Netflix's White Rabbit Project. Kari Byron, Tory Belleci, and Grant Imahara put some of history's greatest inventions, crimes, and more to the scientific test. From the producers of Mythbusters, White Rabbit Project comes to Netflix December 9, 2016.
Most celebrities don't like reliving their past works. But if Tom Hanks has shown us anything, it's that he's not like most celebrities. He's already been seen performing the Big rap on multiple outlets, and now he's bringing back another one of his beloved characters. While on The Graham Norton Show, Hanks reminds us all why we love him so much when he recites a scene from Forrest Gump.
Something strange is happening in Hawkins, Indiana. People are disappearing. When a group young friends loses one of their own, they're determined to find out what happened. Bookshelf Productions recreates the Netflix series down to the smallest detail in this animated LEGO brick film.
It's Always Sunny In Philadelphia has been pushing the limits of cable censorship for over ten years. But the foul-mouthed crew isn't holding anything back with this Red Band look at season 12. The drug-fueled teaser promises explosions, water park shenanigans, and and handful of incident proposals when the gang returns January 4, 2017.
Although Chappelle's Show only ran for three seasons, the third being a compilation of completed sketches, the show became a TV phenomenon. The series has been off the air for ten years, but fans are still saying "game, blouses" and "I'm Rick James, bitch!" But beyond the stand-up bits and legendary sketches, there's a lot you might now. Here's some of the untold truths about the short-lived series.
Neil Patrick Harris trades the smart suits and clean look for a very filthy Count Olaf in Netflix's Lemony Snicket's A Series of Unfortunate Events. The scheming Count takes in the Baudelaire orphans, trying his damnedest to rob them of their fortune. The series premieres January 13, 2017.
David Blaine got biblical on Drake, Stephen Curry, and Dave Chappelle on the latest episode of Beyond Magic. Asked to draw a small animal, Chappelle drew a frog — and Blaine produced three of them out of his mouth. The reactions are priceless, but it's doubtful anyone was kissing the magician that night.
While playing the upcoming open world video game Final Fantasy XV, Conan and Elijah Wood remind us why the segment is called "Clueless Gamer." The game has them pushing a car through a desert, staring at a wedding dress, and camping in tents through the planet of Eos in the longest session yet. The whole thing has the pair so confused, Conan starts taking out his frustrations on his gaming guide Aaron Bleyaert, as well as the creators of the game. For those of you who have 72 straight hours to do nothing else than fight a giant monster, Final Fantasy XV is due out November 29, 2016.
The timing of Dave Chappelle's SNL debut couldn't have been more perfect. As the first post-election host, his 11-mintue stand-up bit touched on every current event from Black Lives Matter to President-Elect Trump. It was equal parts comical and sober, and exactly what everyone needed.
David Blaine has buried himself alive, frozen himself in a box of ice, and shocked himself with one million volts of electricity. But for The Tonight Show, he's not holding his breath and hanging upside down in the middle of New York City for 72 hours. He's just going to do some simple card tricks. Right. As Jimmy Fallon and The Roots learned, the illusionist can't help but freak people out after he surprises them with an unexpected preview of his upcoming special.
Mark Hamill is on a mission — a mission to find the most sought-after pop culture artifacts and the biggest memorabilia collections on the planet. From comics to movie props to toys, Mark visits some of the most renowned collections on the planet, finding out what drives collectors to collect and what collecting says about ourselves.