Like Sesame Street, Chelsea Handler’s eponymous talk show is commercial free – and like Sesame Street, Chelsea features Brought To You By… segments. Only we’re not talking the color red, or the number 3.
For a recent Brought To You By segment, follow the jump – but brace youself, Sesame Street this is not!
After a sabotaged prison experiment gives Luke Cage super strength and bulletproof skin, his first reaction is to stay below the radar.
But when acquaintances suggests that would be a waste, he begins to take action – only to discover you can’t please everyone. Like the woman who chides him with, ‘You may be bulletproof but Harlem ain’t.’ So, what’s potential superhero supposed to do?
Follow the jump for the first trailer for Netflix’s third Marvel series, Luke Cage. Luke Cage premieres on September 30th.
Netflix has released some very cool character posters for Baz Luhrmann’s new series, The Get Down.
Set in 1977 at the beginning of what would come to be known as hip-hop (and, not coincidentally the beginning of the end for disco), the series follows a group of potential stars in the new form as they try to break through.
Check out the posters following the jump (click on thumbnails to embiggen). The Get Dwon premieres on August 12th.
You know him a member of Spinal Tap and the director of Waiting for Guffman and Best in Show. Now he’s bringing his unique perspective to a unique project for Netflix.
Christopher Guest’s Mascots stars nearly every one of Guest’s repertory company of comedy geniuses as he brings us the world of ultra-competitive sports mascots and the quest for that most elusive of awards… The Golden Fluffy!
Check out the teaser following the jump. Christopher Guest’s Mascots premieres on October 13th.
Netflix is doing for Motown what they’ve done with The Beatles – creating an animated series that will bring 52 legendary Motown tunes to life.
Smokey Robinson (pictured above) is attached as Executive Music Produce and music by artists like Robinson, Marvin Gaye, The Jackson 5, Lionel Ritchie, The Supremes, The Temptations and Stevie Wonder.
The Untitled Motown Project revolves around the visually stunning adventures of a lovable and slightly shy eight-year old boy named Ben with an extraordinary artistic ability to bring street-art to life.
Series creator Josh Wakely is also the creative genius behind Beat Bugs, the animated series that was inspired by the music of The Beatles. For further details, follow the jump.