NBC is ordering a second season of its summer DIY competition series Making It.
Hosted by “Parks and Recreation” alums and best friends Amy Poehler and Nick Offerman (who made a DIY pun-off video to celebrate), Making It is a uniquely lighthearted competition series that celebrates the creativity and craftiness in all of us.
Making It” airs Tuesdays (10/9C). The six-episode first season, which premiered on July 31, concludes September 4th.
NBC’s Making It is a crafts-based competition series that brings together eight of the country’s most talented Makers to tackle a variety of handmade projects with the hopes of impressing series creators/hosts Amy Poehler and Nick Offerman as well as judges Simon Doonan, Creative Ambassador for Barneys New York, and Dayna Isom Johnson, Etsy trend expert.
Two years ago, Netflix took us back to the first day the campers at Camp Firewood met in Wet Hot American Summer: The First Day. At the end of the series, Ben (Bradley Cooper) said, ‘Hey! Let’s all promise that in ten years from today, we’ll meet again and we’ll see what kind of people we’ve blossomed into.’
Although we see Ben say that in the trailer for Wet Hot American Summer: Ten Years Later, come the reunion, he’s a no-show – but almost everyone else is back; along with a host of newbies.
Wet Hot American Summer: Ten Years Later premieres on August 4th.
The first edition of Norman Lear’s podcast, All of the Above, debuts today with inaugural guest Amy Poehler.
Subjects that came up include: religious history and its effect on human kind, Amy’s recent pilot with Carol Burnett and how Burnett inspired her high school musical performance in Once Upon a Mattress, and the differing points of views across generations.
Norman Lear is a Hollywood Legend. He has created controversial/topical hit series like All in the Family, Maude, Good Times, One Day at a Time and The Jeffersons.
As he approaches his 95th birthday, Lear has taken on a new challenge – hosting All of the Above, a weekly podcast taking listeners on an enlightening ride of conversation, from comedy to family, current events, music, politics, social issues and more.
Guests will include celebrities (a partial list follows), politicians, and everyday people.
Lear will be joined each week by his great friend, actor, composer and sidekick, Paul Hipp. All of ther Above premieres on podcastone on May 1st.
Amy Poehler, self-Proclaimed crafting novice and her former Parks and Recreation co-star Nick Offerman will host an NBC unscripted series called The Handmade Project.
Each week eight of America’s best all-around makers, from all walks of life, will undertake a series of projects they must complete in their own unique way with the hopes of impressing Poehler, Offerman and a panel of expert judges.
Sisters is one of the best crude-with-a-heart movies of the year – and the most subversive because the epic party being thrown isn’t through the efforts (and fantasies) of high school or college guys but a couple of middle-aged women.
It’s also great fun because its stars – Tina Fey and Amy Poehler – play against type (and, in fact play middle-aged versions of each other’s characters in 2008’s Baby Mama).
Disney•Pixar’s best film in years, Inside Out explores the psychology of eleven-year old Riley in a way that allows kids (and their parents) to understand how a child’s mind works – while letting kids know that it’s okay to be sad and that teamwork can be a powerful thing.
Available now on Digitial HD and Disney Movies Anywhere, Inside Out comes to home video on Blu-ray, 3D Blu-ray and DVD on Tuesday, November 3rd. Features include an original short – Riley’s First Date. Details follow the jump.
It may be the first time that a Disney•Pixar film didn’t open at #1 at the box office, but it still did $90,440,272 – good for the studio’s best non-Toy Story opening ever (beating, along the way, a little movie called Avatar…).