HBO Max is ordering to new/reimagined seasons of Aaron McGruder’s The Boondocks – beginning with a 50-minute special in Fall 2020. The 550-episode original series will also stream on HBO Ma
NBCUniversal has named its streaming service Peacock – and announced its initial lineup – and plans for original programming.
Original titles include a Sam Esmail reboot of Battlestar Galactica and a reboot of Punky Brewster.
Peacock will roll out in April, 2020 and include over 15,000 hours of content.
HBO Max has acquired exclusive streaming rights to the CBS hit comedy The Big Bang Theory.
An ambitious cop tracks a serial killer who appears every nine years. As a detective, years later, he learns the killer has a purpose – but it seems impossible.
In the Shadow of the Moon premieres on Netflix on September 27th.
If a simple spa treatment could magically turn you into your best possible self, would you take it?
Paul Rudd’s Miles does in Living with Yourself (premiering on Netflix on October 18) but the results are not quite what he was expecting.
What would you get if you were to cross Ferris Bueller with Mad Max?
Probable something like Daybreak – coming to Netflix on October 24th and starring Ferris himself, Matthew Broderick as Principal Burr.
Hulu has released a trailer for the second season of its creepy original series based on the the world of Stephen King, Castle Rock. This season is built around two warring clans and the arrival of Annie Wilkes in town (and King fans know what means…).
Castle Rock premieres on October 23rd.
VIZ Media – home to manga hits like My Hero Academia and Death Note and anime hits like the Pokemon series – has announced that its first original series, Seis Manos, will premiere on Netflix on Thursday, October 5th.
The voice cast includes Mike Colter, Danny Trejo and Aislinn Derbez. Seis Manos was developed and produced with Powerhouse Animation Studios (Castlevania). Check out the opening credits and a martial arts sequence below.
Based on the novel by John Green, Looking for Alaska is the story of a teenager enrolled in boarding school as part of his search for identity. He finds new friends and falls in love with a girl named Alaska. Tragedy ensues – leaving him and his friends to try to understand what’s happened.
Looking for Alaska premieres on Hulu on October 18th.
Hit anime series My Hero Academia returns for a fourth season on both FunimationNow, in the U.S., Canada, U.K., Ireland and Australia, and Hulu.
WanerMedia’s upcoming streamer – HBO Max – is stepping into the unscripted space with two original series from the producers of Queer Eye and The amazing Race: Legendary and The Greatest Space (working title).