The winter premiere of The Good Place (NBC, Thursdays, 8:30/7:30C) begins with a truly intriguing event: Michael’s boss, Sean, applauds his efforts and gives him a promotion!
Disney’s Academy Award®-winning “Frozen” will air as part of The Wonderful World of Disney and “25 Days of Christmas” on SUNDAY, DEC. 10 (8:00-10:00 p.m. EST), on The ABC Television Network.
A one-hour musical television special, “Encore!,” will premiere on ABC on Sunday, Dec. 10th (10:00/9C). Kristen Bell, reunites the cast of a high school musical and asks them to perform it again twenty years later. Each former student reprises their role from their original production of Stephen Sondheim and James LaPine’s Tony-winning musical, “Into the Woods” under the tutelage of Broadway directors, choreographers and voice coaches.
For the very first time, Kristen Bell and Idina Menzel – Disney’s Princesses Elsa and Anna – will perform together for the first time on television.
The duo will perform When We’re Together from the new Disney featurette, Olaf’s Frozen Adventure, on Disney Park’s and ABC’s The Wonderful World of Disney: Magical Celebration (Thursday, November 29th, 9/8C).
Menzel will also perform on Disney Parks Magical Christmas Celebration (Monday, December 25th, 10am/9C).
The first season of The Good Place was brilliant just as a show about four people who got into The Good Place by mistakes and were trying to become better people to prevent their Neighborhood from falling apart – and then there was that season finale. Michael turned out to be a demon -practicing a new kind of torture.
Season Two seemed like it could present some problems if it ran a variation of that set up -instead, it gave hundreds of variations where Elinor and even Jason at one point figured out they were in The Bad Place.
Now, with the boss having warned Michael (Ted Danson) that reboot 2 (in reality reboot #802) is his last chance – and Janet (D’Arcy Carden) is causing the Neighborhood to glitch because she’s still in love with Jason.
The first trailer for A Bad Moms Christmas seemed pretty generic – after all the work our trio of bad moms have put into past Christmases, the year they decide ‘the heck with it,’ their moms show up.
The new trailer expands on the Bad Moms variation on this trope and the results are much better – their moms are… Well, let’s just say that when you meet their moms you’ll understand them a bit better.
A Bad Moms Christmas will be in theaters on November 3rd.
Kristen Bell (Frozen, The Good Place) is contributing Tell Me How Long, an original song, for Chasing Coral – the Netflix Original documentary that focuses on the climate crisis and the devastating phenomenon silently raging underwater – the global bleaching of coral reefs.
Chasing Coral will premiere globally on Netflix and in limited theatrical release on July 14th.
NBC’s unique existential comedy series The Good Place has been renewed for a second season.
Froyo for everyone!
Details follow the break.
ABC’s new ‘comedic game show,’ Big Fan, pits celebrities – Matthew McConaughey, Aaron Rogers, Kim Kardashian West, Kristen Bell – against three of their superfans to see who knows more about that celebrity. Prizes would be a unique experiences with the featured celebrities.
Hosted by Andy Richter, Big Fan is spun off a Jimmy Kimmel Live segment that featured Katey Perry facing off against a superfan – and losing!
Big Fan premieres on Monday, January 9, 2017. Further details aloow the break.
The Good Place (NBC, Monday, 10/9C for the premiere then Thursdays, 8:30/7:30C) is a unique comedy series from the man who gave us Brooklyn Nine-Nine, Mike Schur.
When she dies unexpectedly, Eleanor Shellstrop finds herself in The Good Place. The thing is, she’s definitely not Good Place material and things start to go wrong in her neighborhood.
Bad Moms plays like some demented fusion of Mean Girls and a look at the Bridesmaids ten-to-fifteen years later – with just a dash of Three Stooges.
Oddly enough, that peculiar hybrid really rocks!