The Good Place comes back tonight for an hour-long second season premiere on NBC and it’s an awesome good time! Created by Michael Schur, the sitcom stars Kristen Bell, William Jackson Harper, Jameela Jamil, Manny Jacinto, D’Arcy Carden, and Ted Danson. The first season ended on the craziest twist I’ve seen in a while: it turned out that The Good Place is actually The Bad Place. Going into the new season, viewers know more about…"The Good Place is Back for Season 2 and It’s Awesome!"
The 69th Emmy Awards are airing tonight on CBS. The winners will be posted as they come in. Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series: John Lithgow (The Crown, Netflix) Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series: Kate McKinnon (Saturday Night Live, NBC) Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Limited Series or Movie: Laura Dern (Big Little Lies, HBO) Outstanding Directing for a Comedy Series: Donald Glover (Atlanta, FX) Outstanding Variety Sketch Series: Saturday Night Live…"69th Emmy Awards – WINNERS"
Jerry Seinfeld is as funny and observant as ever in Jerry Before Seinfeld, his first stand-up comedy special for Netflix. Before Jerry Seinfeld hit national fame by way of his appearance on The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson on May 6, 1981, he could be seen performing in comedy clubs. Jerry Before Seinfeld takes the comic back to The Comic Strip, where he first started performing in the mid-1970s. It’s a change of pace from…"Jerry Before Seinfeld: The Comic is As Funny As Ever in Netflix Special"
Marvel’s Inhumans brought in $1.5 million over Labor Day weekend from 393 theaters in North America. It shouldn’t be considered an underwhelming performance. I’m a Marvel fan and while I do watch Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., I’m seriously backed up on their Netflix programming. I’ll be watching Marvel’s Inhumans during the upcoming 2017-18 television season but the fact of the matter is that I just wasn’t willing to fork over $14 or more to see it…"Did Marvel’s Inhumans underwhelm in IMAX?"
The Doctor Who series is no stranger to transphobia as actor John Barrowman pulled a transphobic stunt at San Diego Comic Con in July and now news comes that Gareth Roberts has posted a tweet with an anti-trans slur. Gareth Roberts tweeted: “I [love] how trannies choose names like Munroe, Paris and Chelsea. It’s never Julie or Bev is it? “It’s almost like a clueless gayboy’s idea of a glamorous lady. But of course it’s…"Doctor Who writer Gareth Roberts uses anti-trans slur in tweet"
On Sunday afternoon, a trio of actresses (Alex Kingston, Jenna Coleman, and Catherine Tate) from Doctor Who gathered in Room 24 to discuss Doctor Who. The panel was billed as What’s Life Without A Companion: A Conversation with Doctor Who’s Alex Kingston, Jenna Coleman, and Catherine Tate. Representing different time periods of the modern Doctor Who era, Kingston (River Song), Coleman (Clara Oswald), and Catherine Tate (Donna Noble) were on hand to answer questions from…"Wizard World: Alex Kingston, Jenna Coleman, Catherine Tate talk Doctor Who"
Comedy Central has given us the first look at the upcoming spin-off of The Daily Show: The Opposition with Jordan Klepper. The Opposition with Jordan Klepper is set to premiere on September 25, 2017, at 11:30 PM ET/10:30 PM CT on Comedy Central. According to Comedy Central: The Opposition with Jordan Klepper will satirize the hyperbolic, conspiracy-laden noise machine that is the alternative-media landscape on both the right and left. The Opposition is the voice…"FIRST LOOK: The Opposition with Jordan Klepper"
A sequel to Galaxy Quest has long been gestating in one form or another. The latest development is Paul Scheer being hired to write a television series for Amazon Studios. According to Deadline, Scheer takes over from the film’s co-writer, Robert Gordon. “Without giving much away, I don’t think there has ever been a better time to continue the Galaxy Quest story with the explosion and popularity of sci-fi films in recent years,” Scheer said.…"Paul Scheer tackling Galaxy Quest series for Amazon"
Will the third time be the charm for the How I Met Your Mother spin-off as 20th TV gives How I Met Your Father another try? How I Met Your Mother went off the air following the series finale on CBS. Even as it was saying goodbye, series creators Carter Bays and Craig Thomas, along with Up All Night creator Emily Spivey, wrote a spin-off, How I Met Your Dad. The pilot starred Greta Gerwig…"HIMYM: 20th TV giving How I Met Your Father another try"
A campaign has been launched to save Shrink, a series which aired on Seeso and has yet to find a new home. Shrink was a series that was first conceived in Chicago and later filmed in Chicago. It’s no surprise that series creators and executive producers Tim Baltz and Ted Tremper (The Daily Show) both come out of the Chicago improv scene. All you have to do is take a look at the gazillion Chicago…"Shrink: Campaign mounts to #SaveShrink"