Holy revival, Batman! It really looks like we’re only seeing the beginning of Hollywood’s rebooting period, because the revivals don’t stop, won’t stop coming. Much like Hollywood, crime fiction author Michael Connelly is pretty familiar with reboots (or in this case, adaptations) of his work and he looks to be getting a new one hitting the TV screen in the near future. His The Lincoln Lawyer novels have already hit the big screen with Matthew McConaughey bringing his protagonist Mickey Haller to life, but it didn’t seem to be enough for fans or Hollywood.
The boldest and most controversial Star Trek series of all time debuted 20 years ago on September 26, 2001. Since 2011, all four seasons of the show have been streaming on Netflix, but, along with The Original Series and Voyager, the earliest voyages of Starfleet will leave Netflix on September 30, 2021. Maybe forever.
The Witcher: Blood Origin just began filming last month, yet fans already have their first behind-the-scenes look at the Netflix original series. The show is a prequel to The Witcher, and there is no word yet on when it might premiere. However, with the release of this new clip during Netflix's TUDUM virtual fan event, it feels closer to reality than ever before.
Netflix has released a new behind-the-scenes look at the upcoming prequel show The Witcher: Blood Origin that depicts some major backstory. The trailer was revealed as part of Netflix's TUDUM fan event today, which has been dropping fun trailers, exclusives, and much more from our favorite shows, movies, and more on the streamer — including new clips from The Witcher Season 2 that we're going to have to pore over.
Are you ready to head back to the world of Vikings? Netflix sure hopes so, as they’ve officially unveiled the first look at their sequel series Vikings: Valhalla as part of today’s TUDUM event. Set a century after the events of the original Vikings, Vikings: Valhalla kicks off in the...
Looks like WitcherCon came twice this year. During TUDUM, Netflix’s virtual fan event, the streaming giant dropped some major news about The Witcher universe. Not only do we have two new clips from the hotly anticipated Witcher Season 2, but Netflix also gave us our first look at The Witcher: Blood Origin, dropped a new franchise trailer for Season 2, announced a Season 3 renewal for the mothership series, a new anime movie, and — no joke — a family friendly series based in the world of The Witcher.
Today, we’re celebrating the 20th anniversary of the series premiere of Star Trek: Enterprise. Those of us who are devoted fans have still not gotten over the demise of the show after only four seasons, but those four seasons are precious to us. And we rewatch them often. Some of us have episodes memorized and still return to them again and again.
Night Court is officially back in session at NBC. The broadcast network has gaveled in a series order for a sequel to the 1980s and early-’90s sitcom. The Big Bang Theory alum Melisssa Rauch (who also executive produces) and John Larroquette, who won four Emmys for his role on the original series, will star.
‘Cowboy Bebop’: Netflix Live-Action Adaptation Puts Own Spin On Original Title Sequence – Netflix Tudum
Netflix’s Cowboy Bebop live-action series is jamming out in its own terms in the title sequence for the upcoming adaptation. The streamer unveiled its own take on the original series’ jazzy theme “Tank!” by Seatbelts at its fan event Tudum on Saturday. The new Cowboy Bebop title sequence mimics the original’s character silhouettes and rhythmic cuts, almost entirely. Its flair comes with footage of villains, and additional characters and of course a shadow of the lovable corgi Ein.
After news earlier this year that the sequel show was in development, NBC has announced that Night Court, a continuation of the classic 1980s sitcom, has been ordered to series at the broadcast network. Former The Big Bang Theory star Melissa Rauch will star in the series, taking on the role of Judge Abby Stone, daughter of the late Harry Anderson's Judge Harold "Harry" T. Stone. John Larroquette will reprise his role from the original series as lawyer Dan Fielding. Pamela Fryman executive produced and directed the pilot episode, a photo from which you can find below. Dan Rubin, Melissa Rauch, and Winston Rauch also executive produce.
Netflix has offered a first glimpse of the new series of its hit show Bridgerton. A clip from the second series of the drama was shared on social media on Saturday. It introduced viewers to new character Kate Sharma, who is played by Sex Education star Simone Ashley. The trailer...
Are you excited for some House of the Dragon news? The much-awaited prequel to the Game of Thrones series has added more cast announcements for their first season. Ryan Corr (Holding the Man), Jefferson Hall (Devs), David Horovitch (Miss Marple), Graham McTavish (Outlander), Matthew Needham (Chernobyl), Bill Patterson (Fleabag), and Gavin Spokes (Brexit) will join the cast.
Netflix has renewed “The Witcher” for a third season, three months before the Henry Cavill-led fantasy series (finally) returns, the streaming service revealed during its online fan event Tudum Saturday. Additionally, Netflix is further building out “The Witcher” franchise by ordering a second anime feature and a new kids and...
The works of Neil Gaiman have translated into successful live-action series like Amazon’s Good Omens, Netflix’s Lucifer, and Starz’s American Gods. Now Netflix will be getting in on all the Gaiman glory with a new series called The Sandman. In July 2016, Deadline confirmed that Netflix would be moving forward...
“The Witcher” has proven to be a massive hit for Netflix, with a second season of the main series on the way and a spinoff prequel series, “The Witcher: Blood Origin,” coming soon. Additionally, Netflix has announced during their “Tudum” event today that a second anime feature, a new kids...