Word that Stranger Things 3 would wait until 2019 has us all upside down, but there may be good news yet. Season 3 of the breakout Netflix drama is largely mapped out, including new “forces of evil” and slim hope that fewer episodes might keep a 2018 premiere in play.
The price of doing business with predators is high. A new Netflix earnings report from the end of 2017 reveals that the streaming giant took a staggering $39 million write-down in disbanding the relationship with Hollywood abuser Kevin Spacey, both in shortening the final House of Cards season and s…
Vampires are coming back to FX, and not the Guillermo del Toro kind. Instead, Thor: Ragnarok director Taika Waititi and frequent partner Jemaine Clement are bringing their new version of What We Do in the Shadows to TV, landing an official pilot order on FX.
Practice your quacks and get in Flying V formation – The Mighty Ducks may be skating onto a TV near you. Reports indicate that the classic kids’ sports comedy is eyeing a return to the ice with a new TV iteration from the original trilogy’s screenwriter.
Spaced and the “Cornetto Trilogy” may be behind us, but there’s a chance Nick Frost and Simon Pegg might reunite on the small screen. The two have formed a new Sony-backed production studio, and will take aim at a joint TV venture with a horror-comedy bent.
Freeform may have lost Marvel’s New Warriors, but Cloak & Dagger can still light the way. The ABC network’s take on one of Marvel’s most famous couples has officially set a June premiere, along with a new clip that provides our first look at Tyrone and Tandy’s meeting…
The Walking Dead just can’t catch a break. Just days after renewing its flagship hit for Season 9, AMC has been hit with yet another profit-sharing lawsuit from series creator and former showrunner Frank Darabont, atop a recent lawsuit from other producers and showrunners.
As the ranks of the “Me Too” movement swell, it seems increasingly likely that #TimesUp for Woody Allen. Amazon’s own Golden Globe-winning Rachel Brosnahan now speaks out against working with the director on his first-ever TV project, Crisis in Six Scenes.
Danny McBride and Jody Hill’s HBO Vice Principals may have gone too soon, but we won’t wait long for the next chapter. A new interview sees McBride teasing that their next HBO series might film as early as this year, completing their “misunderstood angry man trilogy.”