All posts by Sheldon Wiebe

FOX Sets Premiere Dates for The Moodys Three-Night Holiday Event!

FOX has set the premiere dates for the three-night holiday event, The Moodys – the story of one family’s efforts to have ‘the perfect holiday.’

The Moodys will premiere with back-to-back episodes on Wednesday, December 4th – followed with back-to-back episodes on Monday, December 9th and Tuesday, December 10th.

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HBO Max Orders Docu-Series The Ho’s!

HBO Max has ordered a doc-series – The Ho’s (working title) – about a Vietnamese/American family that has made good on a Crazy Rich Asians level (some of the family relationships also put me in mind of a real-life Dallas).

The first season of The Ho’s will consist of eight 30-minute episodes. Premiere date to be determined.

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The Times They Are A Changing Trailer: The Crown: Season 3!

The first trailer for season three of Netflix’s The Crown fins Queen Elizabeth II (now played by Broadchurch’s Olivia Colman) facing the 25th anniversary of her coronation and wondering if her reign has meant anything at all.

Set to a haunting cover of Bob Dylan’s The Times They Are A Changing, the trailer gives us a look at the way times have changed – and the way that duty must endure.

The queen: Season 3 premieres on November 17th.

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Superhero or Corporate Puppet Trailer: Bloodshot!

Valiant Entertainment’s nanotech superhero Bloodshot arrives on the big screen on February 21, 2020.

Vin Diesel plays Ray Garrison – dead soldier brought back to life to eliminate targets chosen by the corporation that brought him back; but are their story and his memories real?

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Any of Them Black!? Trailer: American Son!

It’s 3 am on a rainy night in South Florida, and mother Kendra Ellis-Connor (Kerry Washington) paces anxiously in a police station waiting room as she tries to piece together what may have happened to her missing son.

Based on the acclaimed Broadway play, and also featuring reprised roles by Jeremy Jordan and Eugene Lee, AMERICAN SON is an emotional depiction of modern day race dynamics and systemic tensions.

Watch American Son, only on Netflix, on November 1st.

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