Mahershala Ali heads to the Ozarks but not for that show. The Moonlight actor is headlining the third season of HBO's True Detective. The series appears to return to its dark, gritty roots, taking place in Arkansas during three different time periods as Ali investigates the disappearance of two children in the 1980s. Penned once again by Nic Pizzolatto, the show returns January 13, 2019.
In an alternate history where the assassination of John F. Kennedy never happened, the final blow of a cosmic boxing match causes 43 women to become pregnant and give birth the same day. Six of these miracle children are adopted by Sir Reginald Hargreeves, aka The Monacle, aka an alien living under the guise of a successful businessman. Together they form the Umbrella Academy, a group of superheroes that can barely keep it together to save the world. The adaptation of Gerard Way's hit comic series comes to Netflix February 15, 2019.
The final season of Game of Thrones is on its way and winter has officially come. The showdown between fire and ice will begin when the series returns April 2019.
The Russo Brothers take a break from the Marvel Universe to hop on the production side of another comic book series. Based on the graphic novels written by Rick Remender, the show will follow Marcus as he begins training in an underground school for aspiring assassins Deadly Class will premiere on January 21, 2019.
Best-selling author John Grisham's only true-crime novel is, in his own words, unbelievable if it were a work of fiction. Documenting two murders and four convictions in the town of Ada, Oklahoma, The Innocent Man looks at the case and wonders if the real killers were imprisoned or if a killer is still roaming free. The Innocent Man comes to Netflix December 14, 2018.
Game of Thrones Red Wedding will go down in history as one of the best scenes ever put on film — whether on the big or small screens. Richard Madden, who played Robb Stark, has said he cried when rewatching the scene with his mother. In this interview with British GQ, the November cover star looks back on shooting the scene and how he feels about it now.
Brushing your teeth is good for your oral health, but now it can do good for other's as well. When you get or gift a quip All-Black Electric Toothbrush, not only do you get the sonic benefits of their minimalist design, you also give oral care access and education to disadvantaged families because every purchase will help benefit the ADA Foundation. Each set comes with their signature brush in a limited edition monochromatic hue that features a timer, guiding pulses, multi-use travel cover and all-black brush heads delivered every 3 months for just $5.
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More informal than a loafer but dressier than a sneaker, the Moral Code Woodrow Moccasin can fill in at any casual affair. Each pair is hand-sewn from premium hand-brushed and waxed leather. A classic rubber sole provides grip while a leather padded footbed and breathable lining support sock-less wear. Free of any laces or adornments, they offer a more streamlined look that can easily be paired with both jeans and shorts. Available in black, coffee, and dark brown leather as well as sand and blue suede.
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If the Star Wars dry spell until Episode IX releases next December has you down, Disney has plenty of Star Wars spinoffs and shows coming. Star Wars Galaxy of Adventures is a serious of animated shorts featuring the best-known characters from the series, like Skywalker, Solo, and Princess Leia. The series is streaming on the Star Wars Kids website or YouTube channel.
Ultraman appeared in Japan in the late 60s and quickly went on to become a pop-culture phenomenon, spawning sequels and spinoffs for the next 50 years. In the US, Ultraman might be best known for the Super Nintendo game along with a collection of large-sized action figures. Netflix is reintroducing the iconic Japanese character to US audiences with Ultraman, a series that details Ultraman and his son's battles against a fake imposter. The series premieres April 1st, 2019.
Buckle your safety belts, make sure your tray is in the upright and locked position, and the emergency exits are here, here, and here — The Grand Tour is gearing up for its third season on Amazon Prime. Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond, and James May return to gallivant around the world, make fun of each other, and on occasion, drive the best cars the world has to offer. The Grand Tour returns January 18, 2019.
Wonder Woman duo Patty Jenkins and Chris Pine team back up for a small screen project. The six-episode series follows the story of Fauna Hodel, a young woman given away as a baby. Fauna's search for her birth parents leads her to Hollywood gynecologist and Black Dahlia suspect Dr. George Hill Hodel. I Am the Night will premiere on TNT January 28, 2019.
In the latest episode of Patriot Act, Hasan Minhaj dives into the subculture of streetwear focusing on brand Supreme. Rather than highlighting the diehards who spend hours waiting in in line for their latest drop, he takes aim at their lesser hyped attributes like ripping off artist Barbara Kruger and their connection to the Carlyle Group.
No, it's not a trailer for the final season but it'll sure get you hyped for it. With the show returning in April, Game of Thrones remembers every skull crush, poisoned wine, and dragon breath that has brought the Seven Kingdoms to where they are today. Catch up of the series or relive it all over again on HBO right not before season 8 premieres this spring.
New guest. New stories. Same room. The Duplass brothers return to HBO with their bizarre anthology series. Set in a seemingly normal motel, the 12-episode second season will feature actors like Michael Shannon, Mahershala Ali, Rainn Wilson, and Judy Greer doing some weird and possibly illegal stuff during their stay. The show makes its return on November 9, 2018.
Mr. Robot creator Sam Esmail crafts up another mind-bending thriller for Amazon. Based on the Gimlet podcast, the series follows former caseworker Julia Roberts who previously worked at a shady government facility that supposedly helps soldiers transition back to civilian life. Her mysterious departure sparks the attention of a Department of Defense auditor and things get weirder from there. Also staring Stephan James and Sissy Spacek, the show will premiere November 2, 2018.
In celebrating 35 years of G-Shock Casio has released a myriad of special limited edition watches that won't go unnoticed. They've taken classic references like the GMW 5000 and GA 700 and dressed them in gold and steel accents with the full metal and Glacier Gold collections. These are true limited editions selling over retail in most cases. These are future collectibles for anyone that loves G-Shock, but always thought they were a bit too subtle. Find your favorite on StockX, who carry each of these anniversary models, along with all the regular G-Shocks you know and love.
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It's beard season and Old Spice is here to tame those man manes with their new Beard Oil. The argan oil-based conditioner can take care of wild hairs and unruly fly-aways, turning scruff into a soft, luxurious beard worthy of congrats. Its subtle citrus scent will leave it smelling as good as it looks.
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Netflix is going south of the border for their upcoming Narcos spinoff. Created by Carlo Bernard and Doug Miro, the show will take on a new country, a new cartel, and a new empire to highlight the illegal drug trade in Mexico during the 80s. Rogue One actor Diego Luna portrays the Guadalajara Cartel kingpin Félix Gallardo while Michael Peña plays rival DEA agent Kiki Camarena when the series premieres November 16, 2018.
Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg link up with Eric Kripke to bring another Garth Ennis comic book series to life. Their Preacher follow-up centers around a group of fame-hungry superheroes and the vigilantes who try to keep them in check. Karl Urban, Jack Quaid, Laz Alonso, Tomer Kapon, and Karen Fukuhara make up the CIA power-squad when the show premieres on Amazon Prime Video in 2019.
Claire Underwood takes office as Robin Wright takes over the final season of House of Cards. With Kevin Spacey's firing, the series will now focus on the reign of the former FLOTUS as she begins her term in the White House. The show will return on November 2, 2018, on Netflix.
It's the end of the world. Based on the fantasy novel by Terry Pratchett and Neil Gaiman, the miniseries follows demon David Tennant and angel Michael Sheen who try to save their 6,000-year friendship and their cushy lives on Earth by preventing the upcoming Armageddon. The six-part serial will also star Jon Hamm, Mireille Enos, and Michael McKean and will stream on Amazon Prime starting in 2019.
With quick changes, a revolving door of characters, and high-profile guests, being on the wardrobe team at Saturday Night Live is unlike any other show on television. In this behind-the-scenes profile, supervisor Dale Richards and his crew Tom Broecker, Eric Justian, and Donna Richards explain how they help bring each wacky SNL persona to life every week in just a few days.
CBS and Jordan Peele are bringing one of the best shows in TV history back to the small screen with a modern-day makeover. The Twilight Zone will come to the network next year, with Peele performing Rod Sterling's double role as host and producer. Peele takes the role seriously, initially turning down the project only to have a change of heart. Peele plans to do the reboot justice, turning the mirror back on our changing society the way the original Twilight Zone did almost 60 years ago.
Netflix's upcoming limited series Maniac has already established its bizarre pharmaceutical premise with a few trailers. To further tease the show's dark background, the streaming giant released this grainy, VHS-style promo featuring Justin Theroux's creepy Dr. James K. Mantleray and Rome Kanda as Dr. Muramoto. The 10-episode trip starts September 21, 2018.
The final season of Anthony Bourdain's Parts Unkown will begin airing this Fall 2018. In the first episode, Bourdain travels to Kenya with comedian W. Kamau Bell for an unforgettable time in the wild and the capital city of Nairobi. Bell sat down with CNN to talk about the trip and what it was like to get to hang out with Bourdain for the trip of a lifetime.
On September 13, 1993, Conan O'Brien made his hosting debut, taking over the Late Night chair for David Letterman on NBC. To honor its 25th anniversary, the first episode featuring guests John Goodman, Drew Barrymore, and Tony Randall can now be viewed online in its entirety. The release will be followed by a complete archive of the show and will available in January 2019.
Headed by HBO vets Cary Fukunaga (True Detective) and Patrick Somerville (The Leftovers), Maniac takes a look at the horrors of pharmaceutical trials. The story is based on a Norwegian television series and follows two complete strangers as they test a new drug that promises to be able to repair anything about the mind without side effects. Starring Emma Stone, Jonah Hill, Sonoya Mizuno, and Justin Theroux, the limited series will be released on Netflix September 21, 2018.
Mad Men creator Matthew Weiner has returned with a new series. The show brings back some Sterling Cooper alums like Christina Hendricks and John Slattery to follow eight different individuals from around the globe, all claiming to be descendants of the infamous Russian royal family. Also starring Aaron Eckhart, Diane Lane, Isabelle Huppert, Amanda Peet, Jack Huston, Kathryn Hahn, Noah Wyle, Paul Reiser, and Andrew Rannells, the series will arrive on Amazon Prime October 12, 2018.
It's 2030 and the Mission to Mars has finally been completed — Sean Penn and the first group of astronauts have touched down on the Red Planet. In this upcoming series, the story will follow the brave few that made the journey across the galaxy to begin the process of interplanetary colonization, as well as the families and crew members they left behind. Helmed by House of Cards creator Beau Willimon, the show will premiere on Hulu September 14, 2018.
For the second season of Stranger Things, the Duffer brothers knew that they couldn't build the world they wanted using practical effects like the first season. The Duffers brought in one of the best VFX teams they could find for a moonshot season — and all the work paid off. Take a look at the people behind the amazing visuals in the season two of Stranger Things.
James Franco and Maggie Gyllenhaal return to the 70s for another round of The Deuce. The second season picks up five years later and everything has changed as the New York porn scene enters its Golden years. The show returns to HBO September 9, 2018.