Trailers and TV spots aren’t movies, but everything I’ve seen so far, including this lovely 30-second Super Bowl spot, suggests that we just might have a video game adaptation that doesn’t suck. Also, Aaron Paul
Fox may be kicking off February with the best offence vs. best defense matchup for Super Bowl XVLIII (February 2nd) but that’s just the beginning for the network. The post-Super Bowl episodes of New Girl and Brooklyn Nine-Nine features guests like Prince and Hall of Fame quarterback Joe Theisman and more surprises; Brooklyn Nine-Nine moves to a new timeslot February 4th; Dads gets an one-hour season finale on the 11th; Glee returns on the 25th; Greg Kinnear’s Rake has four new episodes and on The Following, Ryan Hardy goes on the offensive. And we haven’t even gotten to American Idol XIII – with its Hollywood or Home episode and its new three-night Rush Week – leading into the first live performances by all thirteen finalists on the 26th.
To learn more, follow the jump to Fox’s incredibly detailed press release and schedule after the jump.
Not only do New Girl and Brooklyn Nine-Nine get the plum timelsot following Super Bowl XLVIII, they also rock the guest stars. On New Girl, Jess’ best friend, Cece, gets an exclusive invitation to Prince’s New Year’s party, while Fred Armisen and Super Bowl winning quarterback Joe Theismann are among the guest stars on Brooklyn Nine-Nine as the precinct’s arch-rival The Vulture (Dean Winters) returns.
For more, check out the press release after the jump.
The season’s best new half-hour comedy just got a double dose of good news. Fox’s Brooklyn Nine-Nine was given a full season order today and will air as part of a one-hour comedy event with New Girl following Super Bowl XLVIII.
Follow the jump to check out the press release. The next new ep of Brooklyn Nine-Nine will air on Tuesday, October 22nd.