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  1. Howard the Duck, M.O.D.O.K. headline new series, which are coming nowhere near Disney Plus. Wasn't M.O.D.O.K. on that list of "they'll never be on screen" characters you posted, @skillzdadirecta?
  2. As a refresher, Amazon spent $250M for just the rights to make a new Lord of the Rings television series, with a potential investment of $1B seeming possible. In more recent news, Amazon has been extremely secretive about the project so far, with reports that the writers are being sequestered behind some hardcore security. Still, they've also released their first teases of the project by revealing a map to explore. Yup, that's Middle Earth. Apparently the labels on the map and the text that Amazon's been releasing in their tweets could indicate that the show takes place during the second age, but I'm no Tolkien expert, so don't take my word for it. If that is true, it would mean that it's not a "Young Aragorn" show like some were speculating.
  3. I think Jessica Jones is the only one to get officially canceled BEFORE its final season dropped. There was the buzz recently about Hulu potentially reviving at least some of these shows but I'm not sure if it's anything more than a nebulous "we'd do it if the currently-nonexistent opportunity arose." https://www.thewrap.com/hulus-open-to-daredevil-or-luke-cage-originals-boss-cites-good-creative-relationship-with-marvel/
  4. https://www.tor.com/2018/10/02/wheel-of-time-picked-up-by-amazon-first-season-to-focus-on-moiraine/ Yiiissss. I'm only just finishing the second book but I'm excited.
  5. Showtime has placed a 10 episode order for a Halo TV series from Awake creator Kyle Killen and Rise of the Planet of the Apes director Rupert Wyatt. For now we don't know much more than that. I'm very surprised that this is happening. I feel like Halo has lost some of it's cultural relevance, and this is likely to be an expensive show. Still, there' s absolutely potential there, and I'll be excited to see how it turns out.
  6. Good episode tonight. I loved having Ralph just run down the list of plotholes from the previous four seasons. I know that good season premiers for the Arrowverse shows haven't really been a predictor of a good season, but given that Kreisberg's harassment was apparently causing a huge amount of churn in the writers' room, hopefully they can actually do a good season this year. Flash season 4 and Supergirl season 3 only went off the rails in the second half, which is after he was fired, so I'm guessing that when he was fired he took the knowledge of what the plans for the season were with him (and if you notice, Flash went MORE off the rails than Supergirl did, and Kreisberg was more heavily involved with Flash).
  7. From the creators of Banshee and Justin Lin of Fast and Furious Fame Looking forward to this.
  8. Neil Gaiman himself This story brought a huge smile to my face. Loved the series when I was a kid. I preferred the first season where John Hurt played our storyteller. In the 2nd season they did Greek mythology with Michael Gambon taking over the role as the storyteller. Wonder if they would ask him back to play the role again. Either way, I’m giddy with school boy happinesses
  9. Nice spoiler free teaser. ---------------- I'm rewatching the series now to get ready. It's been a long time since I revisited either the books or the early seasons. I've rewatched an episode or two during the seasons, but that's about it. I'm now up to Episode 7, "You Win or You Die," and some things are really sticking out to me. The first thing I noticed is how cheap and small it all seems. The scale is just so much smaller, and even though the production quality is still quite good, it's immediately striking to see how much better they got at everything over the years. There's zero sense of scale in King's Landing in particular. I know this is a show that went from "expensive TV" to "the most expensive TV" to "summer tentpole" levels of budget, and you can see it on screen. I really don't miss all the sexposition. It's just terrible. Not the nudity, that's fine, if unnecessary. It just never feels natural. I can maybe buy Theon spilling his guts to a prostitute, but why the hell is Littlefinger telling a few new recruits his life story as he teaches them to be better whores? I'm glad the series slowly got over the need for this kinda thing. I'd forgotten how much happens in the early run. I remember that with season 1 in particular each episode was almost exactly another 10% on my kindle, and there's just so much plot happening. One of my favorite things in media is to see a world take shape, and season one does a pretty great job at that. There's so much to introduce, and by and large the writing in season one does an excellent job of it. Not only that, but there are so many great lines (mostly verbatim from the book) that continue to resonate in the show and throughout popular culture. Anyone else hyped for season 8 and revisiting any of the show or books?
  10. I really liked the 4 Iliza Shlesinger comedy specials she has on Netflix. The Degenerates and Ron White: If you Quit Listening I'll shut up specials were hilarious.
  11. https://variety-com.cdn.ampproject.org/v/s/variety.com/2019/tv/news/nickelodeon-all-that-kenan-thompson-1203139544/amp/?amp_js_v=a2&amp_gsa=1&usqp=mq331AQCCAE%3D#aoh=15501627653066&amp_ct=1550162771925&referrer=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.google.com&amp_tf=From %1%24s&ampshare=https%3A%2F%2Fvariety.com%2F2019%2Ftv%2Fnews%2Fnickelodeon-all-that-kenan-thompson-1203139544%2F God I hope that link works
  12. Holy shit, I didn't realize it had been on for 17 years. I wanna know who's followed the show for all 17 years, let alone 1, and eagerly anticipated each episode.
  13. Original Movie Cast set to return. Yes, even Val Kilmer I would be so game for this. Just hope it streams on a service where they can be just as foul and weird as the movie
  14. Good... it's not a show that needs to be dragged out. I still need to watch season 2, but I have it all recorded. Also Professor X has been casted for the show ( along with David's mother Gabrielle) and he will be played by Punk Assed Viserys Targeryian
  15. https://www.theverge.com/2019/1/23/18193539/hulu-price-change-subscription-ads-live-tv-2019
  16. https://www.msn.com/en-us/tv/news/netflix-has-kindly-asked-its-viewers-to-stop-obsessing-over-the-hotness-of-serial-killer-ted-bundy/ar-BBSTd2e?ocid=AMZN
  17. Tim Miller (Deadpool) and David Fincher (Fight Club, The Social Network) are officially joining forces to executive produce an adult-oriented animated anthology series for Netflix. Love, Death & Robots will include 18 episodes, animated in different styles and covering a range of genres, from science fiction and fantasy to horror and comedy.
  18. https://deadline.com/2019/01/resident-evil-tv-series-in-works-netflix-1202541277/
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