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Vampirina follows Transylvanian transplant Vampirina (aka “Vee”) as she faces the joys and trials of being the new kid in town including making friends and attending a new school in the human world – and as her family adjusts to their very different Pennsylvania neighborhood.
Vampirina premieres on disney Channel and Disney Jr. simultaneously on October 1st – and will be featured in exclusive Disney Junior at the Movies – HalloVeen Party! screenings presented by Fathom Events.
Disney Junior’s new series, Vampirina, follows a family of vampires as they deal with the culture shock of moving from Transylvania to Pennsylvania.
The series stars James Van Der Beek and Lauren Graham as Boris and Oxana Hauntley – parents of Vampirina (aka Vee) for whom the change will be even more pronounced.
Patti Lupone, Brian Stokes Mitchell and Wanda Sykes will recur on the series, which is slated to debut this Fall.
I’ll be the first to admit that, while I watched and enjoyed the occasional episode of Gilmore Girls when the series originally ran, I wasn’t exactly what you’d call a fan – but watching A Year in the Life has me looking to go back and watch the series from start to finish.
Yeah, it’s that good.
The girls are back in town (do I really need to say anything else?).
A new trailer and two more new character posters follow the break. The Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life premieres on November 25th – only on Netflix!
Netflix’s Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life premieres all four feature-length episodes of the beloved series’ final (?) season on November 25th.
To give us a feel for what lies in store, the streamer has released posters for each episode, beginning with Fall (above).
Follow the jump for Winter, Spring and Summer (no embiggening required…).
Sixteen years ago today, The Gilmore Girls (even with the photo you were thinking Happy Gilmore? Shame on you!) debuted on The WB and established that infamous Gilmore Girls pace – the walk and talks (or even just talks) that left The West Wing in the dust); the romances, the wit, the charm and, of course, the pace (or did I mention that already).
With With Lorelei and rory coming back for four new feature-length episodes on November 25th, now is propably a good time to reflect on the series – and for the cast to reflect in a video called We’re Back. Read on.
If you’ve ever had a middle school/high school principal who was a petty tyrant, then you might just enjoy the juvenile-yet-witty hijinx of Middle School: The Worst Years of My Life.
Check out the new trailer after the jump. Middle School opens on October 7th.
For some kids, high school isn’t the soul crushing hell that it is for others. Rafe Khatchadorian is one them – after middle school, everything else will be a snap.
For a taste of what lies in store for Rafe, follow the jump (and repeat after me: This is not Ferris Bueller. This is not Ferris Bueleer…) Middle School: The Worst Years of My Life will be in theaters October 7th.
Max is the tale of a dog who suffers PTSD following the death of his human partner in Afghanistan. When he is unable to work with anyone else, he is scheduled to be put down – until he shows an unexpected connection to his late partner’s little brother.
This boy and his dog flick suffers from general ham-fistedness, though the dogs who play Max are astonishing (eat your heart out, Rin Tin Tin!).