Mike Judge's tech-savvy satire is coming to an end. Silicon Valley and its stars Thomas Middleditch, Martin Starr, and Kumail Nanjiani come back for the show's sixth and final season, taking shots at Amazon and Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg on their way out. The series returns to HBO one last time on October 27, 2019.
A child in a small town is killed. All the evidence points to one man — and that man has an airtight alibi that puts him miles away from the scene at the time of the murder. Based on Stephen King's novel of the same name, The Outsider stars Ben Mendelsohn the detective trying to solve an impossible murder, along with Jason Bateman and Cynthia Erivo. The miniseries premieres on HBO January 12, 2020.
Although you all see Oscar the Grouch as Sesame Street's resident bad guy, he wasn't always this way. He was once just a grouchy garbage man. While serving as host on Saturday Night Live David Harbour gave the trash-loving maniac the Joker-esque dark origin story he deserves.
Whatever you think you have planned for November — Thanksgiving, Black Friday shopping — cancel it. The fourth season of the time-traveling, booze-swilling scientist and his sidekick premieres November 10th on Adult Swim. By the looks of it, Rick and Morty is going to be better than ever — no matter what timeline you're in or where you're at tin the universe.
Poppy Parnell made her name covering an explosive murder trial that put a young Warren Cave behind bars. But now Poppy fears she might have been wrong — and helped to send an innocent man to jail. Starring Octavia Spencer and Aaron Paul, Truth be Told premieres on Apple TV+ December 6, 2019.
The Robinsons are returning for a second season of the space adventure, with one important exception — the Robot. The crew members of the Resolute are tasked with getting to the Alpha Centauri system and establishing a colony there, while Robot is marooned with no way to contact the Robinsons. Add to that some crazy visuals and possible time travel, and you have an epic adventure in space waiting.
The 19-69 brand was birthed in an effort to bottle counterculture movements from the past. Over the course of two years, the brand went through an exhaustive creative process with artisans in Scandinavia, France, and Italy before launching their fragrances in Paris. Each scent is inspired by an era, culture, or setting and the music and trends that help shape them and brought to life in the names, packaging, and the fragrances themselves.
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Patrick Stewart returns as Jean-Luc Picard in CBS All Access' Star Trek reboot. The series picks up 18 years after the events of 2002's Star Trek: Nemesis and catches up with the Admiral at his family's vineyard in France. The 10-episodes are expected to premiere on the streaming service on January 23, 2020.
After wrapping up the Unbreakable trilogy, M. Night Shyamalan is moving to Apple TV. The series centers around a Philadelphia couple following a tragedy that lets in a "mysterious force." Judging from the creepy baby, the director's supernatural signature will be on full display. Servant will premiere on the new streaming platform November 28, 2019.
His Dark Materials fans have a reason to celebrate. Sir Philip Pullman's trilogy is coming to HBO. The series will take cues from the fantasy novels as Lyra searches for a kidnapped friend and uncovers a scheme centered around stolen children. Starring Dafne Keen, James McAvoy, Lin-Manuel Miranda, and Ruth Wilson, the show will air November 4, 2019.
BBC is taking a shot at H.G. Wells' sci-fi classic. Their version of War of the Worlds will be set in Edwardian England as aliens invaders wreak havoc across the United Kingdom. Starring Eleanor Tomlinson, Rafe Spall, and Robert Carlyle, the three-part miniseries will premiere in late 2019.
Stranger Things is officially returning for a season four. While there's currently no official release date, Netflix and the Duffer Brothers have released a teaser to inform everyone "we're not in Hawkins anymore." The announcement comes just a few months after the season three finale that left fans wondering who is "The American."
For their new streaming service, Apple TV is bringing back the '90s mystery series. The reboot will follow a group of kids as they try to solve a series of magical mysteries, brought on by a ghost at the local bookstore. Ghostwriter will premiere on November 1, 2019.
Neil Armstrong, John Glenn, and now Snoopy. Charlie Brown's pet beagle is about to become the next great astronaut in an upcoming series for Apple TV+. Made in partnership with NASA, the Peanuts reboot will see Snoopy and his pal Woodstock travel into the cosmos on an elite mission after a trip to the space agency's headquarters. The series will premiere when the subscription video service launches this November 1, 2019.
On July 20, 1969, the first human stepped foot on the moon — and it wasn't an American astronaut. For All Mankind asks what would have happened if Soviet Russia had been the first to the moon and the space race had never ended. Starring Joel Kinnaman and created by Ronald D. Moore, the original series comes to Apple TV+ on November 1, 2019.
To kick off the launch of Uncrate Issue 05 and the return of our favorite not-smartphone, the Punkt MP02, we've partnered with Punkt, Grand Classics, and Mark Ronson to host a VIP screening of 1983's The King of Comedy, staring Robert De Niro. Personally selected by Mark Ronson, the film is a timely choice given its direct influence on this month's release of Joker, and as De Niro also appears in Joker as homage to his character in The King of Comedy. On October 16th at the Public Arts venue, at New York's Public Hotel, a select group of guests and friends of Mark Ronson, Punkt, Grand Classics, and Uncrate gathered for the screening and cocktails. Punkt, maker's of minimalist technology, chose to partner with Grand Classics on this screening due the increasingly frustrating effect of smartphones on the film community. Often used to snap pictures that leak a film's plot details well before release, smartphones have become a drag on sets around the world. Punkt's MP02 phone, a camera-less work of art, fixes not only this issue but allows anyone to disconnect from the distracting while remaining connected via a good old fashioned phone call or basic text message. Animoji's need not apply.
Since 1888 Kodak has continued to invent and revolutionize photography and motion pictures. That historic tradition continues with the KODAK Digitizing Box. Following in the footsteps of millions who trusted KODAK to develop their film by mail, KODAK Digitizing Box offers mail-in digitizing for all brands of videotapes, film reels, slides, and printed photographs. Simply load up the iconic yellow box with your old media, and they'll take care of the rest, professionally digitizing each memory. After a couple of weeks, they'll send them all back along with your new DVDs, thumb drive or digital download. You'll even receive personalized updates during each step of the digitizing process.
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Netflix is going back into the minds of the world's greatest designers. Abstract: The Art of Design's second season will follow a variety of visionaries form a number of design disciplines including architecture, costume, typeface, toy, and digital production. The series will return on September 25, 2019.
Poets can be such dreary people. Always so serious or sad or both — except for Emily Dickinson. Hailee Steinfeld plays the famous poet with a serious rebellious streak, making her into a surprising millennial hero. Dickinson comes to Apple TV Fall 2019.
Raising a child alone is hard — especially when you have a kid like Dion. Dion is a very special child, who shows an aptitude for teleportation, conjuring stars in his bedroom, and calling thunder and lightning. Based on a comic by Dennis Liu, Raising Dion stars Alisha Wainwright with Ja'Siah Young as Dion. The series premieres October 4th on Netflix.
In an attempt to become a better person, Miles Elliott undergoes a bizarre spa treatment. Rather than emerging a better version of himself, the spa has replaced him with a better version of himself sending the original Miles on a literal path of self-destruction. Starring Paul Rudd and Paul Rudd, Living With Yourself premieres October 18, 2019, on Netflix.
If you've ever wondered what would happen if you combined Mad Max with Ferris Bueller's Day Off, Netflix just answered your question. Daybreak finds a group of high school students trying to survive in a post-apocalyptic wasteland — and having the time of their lives. Daybreak premieres October 24.
Every nine years, a serial killer emerges in Philadelphia. The science-defying crimes send police officer Thomas Lockhart on an obsessive search for the person responsible for the mysterious murders. Starring Boyd Holbrook, Michael C. Hall, and Cleopatra Coleman, In the Shadow of the Moon will premiere on Netflix September 27, 2019.
Alan Moore and Dave Gibbons' graphic novel is being adapted once again for an HBO series. Created by Damon Lindelof, this modern-day reimagining embraces the original series and its alternate history where superheroes are shunned while putting a fresh spin on the classic comic books. The series will star Regina King, Don Johnson, Jeremy Irons, and Yahya Abdul-Mateen II and is set to premiere this fall.
Before Annie Wilkes helped novelist Paul Sheldon recover from a car accident, she spent some time in Castle Rock. Season two of Hulu's anthology series based on the works of Stephen King follows nurse Wilkes as she gets caught in a feud between two clans and starts to find her inner psychopathic self. Castle Rock premieres October 23.
Apple has announced another series for its streaming service. Starring Jason Momoa, the post-apocalyptic drama follows what's left of humanity after a virus leaves the world blind. Centuries later, life is once again flipped upside down when a pair of twins are born with the sense of sight. See will premiere on November 1, 2019 on Apple TV+.
From 1762 until 1796, Catherine the Great ruled over a rapidly expanding Russian empire. She came to power by overthrowing her own husband, Peter III, who ruled for only six months. Catherine II positioned Russia as one of the Great Powers of Europe, and the country and the Continent would never be the same. Helen Mirren plays Catherine II in this four-part miniseries premiering October 21st on HBO.
Tom Clancy's Jack Ryan is returning to Amazon Prime. The series will pick up with the CIA analyst as he takes on an unfolding crisis in Venezuela. Season two premieres November 1, 2019.
Princess Bean is back in action. Part two of Matt Groening's animated Netflix series picks up with Bean as she goes to hell and back to save her friend and the kingdom. Disenchantment returns with 10 new episodes on September 20, 2019.
In June, chef Roy Choi and director Jon Favreau debuted their cooking series on Netflix. Now, the duo is back in the kitchen for another season. Volume two will include appearances from Seth Rogen, David Chang, Binging with Babish's Andrew Rea, chef Daniele Uditi of Pizzana, and chef Wes Avila of Guerilla Tacos. There's also a special Star Wars episode with The Mandalorian director Dave Filoni that was filmed at Skywalker Ranch. The Chef Show returns September 13, 2019.
If something has been missing in your life for the last nine years since Lost ended, the TV show you've been waiting for is almost here. The I-Land opens with 10 strangers waking up on a beach with no memory of how they got there. They quickly decide they need to find a way off — and that's when things get weird. The limited series comes to Netflix on September 12, 2019.