Everyone knows Guy Fawkes — but it was Rober Catesby who was the mastermind behind the Gunpowder Plot to kill King James. In the three-part miniseries, Kit Harrington plays the would-be assassin when the show premieres on HBO December 18, 2017.
In 1997, the fashion world was rocked when Italian designer Gianni Versace was murdered outside of his home in Miami. The second season of American Crime Story focuses on the murder of Versace by spree killer Andrew Cunanan and the bizarre events leading up to the crime and its aftermath. Starring Édgar Ramírez, Darren Criss, Ricky Martin and Penelope Cruz, the series premieres January 17, 2018 on FX.
On February 28, 1993, the FBI initiated a siege at the Mount Carmel Center ranch near Waco, Texas. The compound was home to The Branch Davidians, led by David Koresh, who was suspected of weapons violations. The standoff lasted a total of 51 days and ended with the death of 76 people. Starring Taylor Kitsch and Michael Shannon, this six-part miniseries is set to retell the tragic events when the show premieres January 18, 2018, on the Paramount Network.
When you're one of the best late-night talk show hosts on the air, you don't get a gift card to Applebees for your birthday. Instead, you get your childhood comic book brought to life. Head by J.J. Abrams, Jimmy Kimmel's A-list friends put together a blockbuster-worthy trailer followed his own superhero team. Ben Affleck starred as the leader Muscle Man, while Jennifer Aniston, Zach Galifianakis, Jason Bateman, Will Arnett, Cousin Sal, Jon Hamm, Shaq, Ty Burrell, and Billy Crudup made up the rest of the Terrific Ten. The group goes up against the villainous Dr. Bolt who is played by none other than Jimmy's real-life for Matt Damon.
In a small German town, two children are missing. But it isn't a kidnapper or killer — it something much deeper that stretches over thirty years and touches four families. Dark Comes to Netflix December 1, 2017.
Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond, and James May are back — much to the chagrin of cars everywhere. Thankfully, the trio can't drive everything, and some cars will be spared. Season two of The Grand Tour is out December 8, 2017, along with a smattering of supercars, offroad adventures, and the destruction of some unsuspecting daily drivers.
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Will Ferrell and Adam McKay are bringing the Australian cop comedy to The States. The series takes place during a drug bust and follows a group of dysfunctional couples that include a pair of officers on a stakeout, two dispatch workers, father-and-son criminals, and a couple of tunnelers. The trailer reveals that the show will be full of classic Ferrell humor and won't hold anything back thanks to its CBS All Access platform. Starring Tim Meadows. Patrick Brammall, Jesse Plemons, Amy Sedaris, and J.K. Simmons, No Activity will premiere on November 12, 2017.
Stranger Things feels more 80s than some of the film and TV that came out of the 80s — and that's the point. Show creators the Duff brothers created a mashup of 80s shows in a mock trailer to pitch the film, and have described it as a combination of the works of Steven Spielberg, John Carpenter, and Stephen King. Screen Prism looks at the references and how they came together in the show.
Saturday Night Live is a well-oiled machine. Not because of the cast or A-list guests, but because of the people busting it backstage and in the control room. Most of them have been grinding out weekly episodes for decades. In this behind-the-scenes look, director Don Roy King and the rest of the crew run through the step-by-step process that goes into creating the iconic series.
From The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly to the more recent The Hateful Eight, our love affair with the American west will never end. Steven Soderbergh is banking on that with his seven-part series. Like any good western, the story begins with an outlaw who finds himself in No Man's Land - literally. The town is filled with nothing but women. Starring Jack O'Connell, Michelle Dockery, and Jeff Daniels, the binging begins November 22, 2017 on Netflix.
He was the best host on television — and we're not talking about Johnny Carson or some other late-night host. The Cryptkeeper kept Halloween going all year around on HBO's Tales From the Crypt. From the bizarre to the macabre and the downright hilarious, the stories were memorable and the host unforgettable. Here's Cinemassacre's top ten episodes from the prime-time horrorshow.
Unlike those other superheroes, he's a vigilante that has no qualms with killing. Marvel's Punisher is getting his own TV series after his guest appearance in Daredevil. Jon Bernthal reprises his role in the MCU spinoff, coming to Netflix in 2017.
Aging vagrant and late night legend David Letterman got out of the house for the first time since his retirement — for an interview with Jimmy Kimmel. Sporting an incredible beard, Letterman talked with Kimmel about sending Conan O'Brien a horse, his new show on Netflix, and reconnected with Paul Shaffer. Retirement hasn't slowed down Letterman at all — he's just as sharp as when he left his desk.
There's plenty of crime dramas based in New York City, but this one is going all the way back to 1896. Based on the Caleb Carr novel, the eight-episode series will follow a criminal psychologist, a newspaper illustrator, and the police secretary as they attempt to solve a series of gruesome murders. Starring Luke Evans, Daniel Brühl, and Dakota Fanning, the show is set to premiere January 22, 2018, on TNT.
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If you do anything for 42 years, you're going to have some ups and downs. Over the 42 seasons of Saturday Night Live, the cast, crew, and writers have brought us skits that became part of the cultural lexicon — and a few seasons where the show probably should have been canceled. But there are a few key parts to making a good skit and Karsten Runquist has identified three of them that go a long way toward making us laugh.
After a series of ominous teasers, here's the final look at season two of Stranger Things. It picks up where the series left off with Eleven finding her stash of Eggos in the woods. Will is showing you can take the boy out of the Upside Down, but you can't take the Upside Down out of the boy. The gange is still looking for answers, but just like we learned from our experience with Barb, they may never get any. Catch back up with them and the rest of the residents of Hawkins, Indiana when the series returns for streaming October 27, 2017.
For three seasons from 1993 to 1996, one of the greatest kids shows of all time aired on Nickelodeon — The Adventures of Pete and Pete. Full of bizarre, surreal humor that was as entertaining for kids as it was for adults, the show quickly became a cult phenomenon. But what's the cast been up to for the last 20 years? Great Big Story got actors Mike Maronna and Danny Tamberelli together to find out.
A few new faces and at least one very familiar one will be here for the eleventh season of the X-Files. The search is on for Mulder and Scully's son William, and shadowy FBI assistant director Walter Skinner is returning. The new season is scheduled to air January 2018 on Fox.
Out hunting for fuel, Carl finds a live one among all the dead. But whether it's friendly or not will have to wait. The eighth season of AMC's The Walking Dead premieres October 22, 2017.
For his second Netflix series, David Fincher is bringing the Mark Olshaker and John E. Douglas book Mind Hunter: Inside FBI's Elite Serial Crime Unit to the small screen. The story takes place in 1979 and follows two FBI agents, played by Jonathan Groff and Holt McCallany, as they get inside the minds of imprisoned serial killers to try to solve ongoing cases. From the looks of the trailer and Fincher's stacked resume, the series has real True Detective potential — season one, obviously. Available for streaming October 13, 2017.
Game of Thrones is a perfect candidate for an anime series: Great fight scenes, crazy plot twists, and lots of characters. This anime-styled intro captures the current state of the show with all the flashy animation the genre is known for.
Castle Rock has been the backdrop of many Stephen King novels — The Dead Zone, The Dark Half, and Needful Things. Now, the fictional Maine town is going to be the focal point of a Hulu series headed by the author and J.J. Abrams. This teaser shows some new faces in Castle Rock, along with a few we've seen in King's work before.
Philip K. Dick is a sci-fi writer. Some of his work has even been adapted into films. Do Blade Runner, Total Recall, or Minority Report ring a bell? Now, some of his stories have been reworked into an analog series. Consisting of ten standalone episodes, the Bryan Cranston production will cover everything from alien dads to humanoid pigs and a cast that includes Steve Buscemi, Anna Paquin, Terrence Howard, Janelle Monáe, and Cranston himself. An official release date has not been revealed, but streaming will be available on Australian-based company Stan and Amazon Prime in 2018.
Zombie polar bear. It was the creature that almost stole the thunder from one undead dragon in the seventh season of Game of Thrones. Interviews with the cast, crew, and VFX artists show how they brought the bear to unlife for another memorable GoT battle scene.
The Twilight Zone of the 21st century, Black Mirror tells dark stories of technology gone wrong. But for all the hopeless endings, as Nerdwriter explains, there's a strange catharsis in the resolution of the show's stories.
In 2009, James Cameron released Avatar. The film was a box office success, even racking up three Academy Awards. WIth all of the things the movie did right, it managed to do one thing terribly, terribly wrong — their logo. Nearly eight years later, Ryan Gosling still can't come to terms with the disturbing font choice in this Saturday Night Live skit.
It's one of the greatest romances on TV — or at least the most 80s. The story of Steve and Nancy starts like so many other young, high school relationships in small towns across the US until Nancy ends up in an alternate dimension fighting something unleashed by a secret government project. This trailer reimagines one the best subplots of Stranger Things as its own show.
From hit podcast to TV, Lore is coming to Amazon. For the last two years, Aaron Mahnke has been telling real scary stories over an iTunes campfire. Now, six of these tales are being brought to life on the screen. Lore premieres October 13, 2017.