Boys – Russell T. Davies drama series about emotional journey of five friends during the 1980s, during the AIDS epidemic – will be streamed in the U.S. exclusively by HBO Max in 2020.
With deepest regrets, there is a trailer for season two of A Series of Unfortunate Events below.
A Series of Unfortunate Events: Season Two premieres on Netflix on Friday, March 30th.
Again, I’m so sorry.
NBC has ordered to series kid competition series Genius Junior – to be hosted by Neil Patrick ‘Doogie Howesr’ Harris.
The show would pit teams of three kids – all 12 and under – against each other through five rounds of the toughest tests. This isn’t like winning a spelling bee, or being a mathlete – the competing kids will have to be brilliant everything!
The winning team will take home the Genius Junior Grant (what that is is yet to be announced – but it ‘will set the stage for a big and bright future ahead.’
Genius Junior is now being developed by NBC. It’s premiere date is TBD.
The only thing more regrettable than this show was the making of it. That’s why we must encourage you to not watch the following video which covers mundane production details and features interviews with the cast and crew responsible for creating such tragedy.
A Series of Unfortunate Events is now streaming on Netflix.
We’re very sorry.
Despite their best intentions, Netflix has been unable to keep themselves from foisting a second trailer for Lemony Snicket’s A Series of Unfortunate Incidents upon us.
Under no circumstance should you follow the jump to view it. That would be bad. Thank you.
And if you’re still here, please note that you will not want to stream said unpleasant series when Netflix releases it into the wild (where it belongs) on that most unlucky of days, Friday the 13th of January, 2017.
Haul out the sack cloth and ashes – Netflix has done the unthinkable and released a trailer for Lemony Snicket’s A Series of Unfortunate Events.
The trailer for the misadventures of the hapless Baudelaire children lies just beyond the break. Avert your eyes.
Fittingly, Lemony Snicket’s A Series of Unfortunate Events premieres on Friday, the 13th of January, 2017.
I, Lemony Snickett, have failed most horribly in my attempts to prevent Netflix from unleashing so-called first look photos of Count Olaf into the public eye.
The offending photos may be found somewhere below. Spare yourselves the distress of gazing upon them by not following the jump.
Unfortunately, Netflix insists on premiering Lemony Snickett’s A Series of Unfortunate Incidents on Friday, the 13th of 2017.
Save yourselves! (Or at least refrain from embiggening the thumbnails…)
Millions of years ago an asteroid six miles wide impacted the Earth resulting in the extinction of the dinosaurs. But, what if…?
A teaser trailer for Disney•Pixar’s The Good Dinosaur has arrived. Check it out after the jump. The Good Dinosaur will open on November 25th.
Neil Patrick Harris wasn’t brilliant for most of his first evening hosting the Oscars®, but when he picked his spots he definitely sparkled – his few comments on the lack of diversity in the Academy’s selections (‘…celebrating Hollywood’s best and whitest, sorry, brightest;’ Oh, sure ! You like them now!’) may not have been many, but they were perfect – making the point and then moving on (from that first dig right into a stunning eight-minute song and dance number that dropped him into classic movie scenes).
The headline says it all. Get the all the details by simply following the jump (there’s a cool trailer, too!).
Craig Zadan and Neil Maron, producers of the 87th Oscars® have announced the special material writing for the Neil Patrick Harris-hosted event.
Harris and two-time Emmy®-winning head writer Dave Boone, a veteran of eight Oscar® telecasts will head the team which includes: Paul Greenberg (Emmy-winner, 63rd and 64th Tony Awards®), Mason Steinberg, (three-time Emmy Award nominee), Derek DelGaudio (performance artist, writer), Liz Feldman (four-time Emmy winner, The Ellen DeGeneres Show), Paula Pell (writer, producer and actress, Saturday Night Live), and Tim Carvell (writer and executive producer, Last Week Tonight with John Oliver).
The 87th Oscars will air live on Oscar Sunday, February 22, 2015, on ABC. For further details, fllow the jump.