The Veronica Mars movie will aim to please the fan-base that brought it back from the dead on March 14, 2014. EW broke the news of the release date for the film written and directed by creator Rob Thomas.
Here’s the plot via the reliable wiki page: Veronica Mars, former high school sleuth, has moved to New York City with her boyfriend Stosh “Piz” Piznarski an indefinite amount of time after the events of Season 3. She wishes to distance herself as far from her hometown Neptune as possible, but is forced to return to her old hometown when her old boyfriend Logan Echolls is once again accused of murder.
Here is a new trailer for the upcoming HBO detective series starring Woody Harrelson and Matthew McConaughey about hunting serial killers in Louisiana. It seems every time that a new trailer comes out for this show it makes me feel bad that it’s still 2013. Let’s get a move on!
True Detective premieres Sunday, January 12th and consists of eight episodes.
Watch the latest trailer below:
Saturday Night Live has lined up an A-Game of hosts for December. Paul Rudd (third time hosting) starts it off on December 7th promoting Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues with musical guest One Direction.
Then legend and star of the upcoming Inside Llewyn Davis star John Goodman makes his 13th hosting appearance on December 14th with musical guest Kings of Leon. Finally, SNL will finish the year with SNL great Jimmy Fallon as host and Justin Timberlake as musical guest on December 21st.
The best TV shows are the ones that you can watch again and again with no diminished enjoyment, but…have you ever wished you could go back in time and watch them all over again with fresh eyes? No, that’s stupid. We can’t travel through time but what we can do…is give you a swift blow to the head. While you’re struggling to regain your memories and piece together your shattered life…you can re-watch those shows you love!
Which shows would I erase from my memory so I could watch them all over again? Read on to find out!
Josh Holloway will be back on our TV’s early next year with his new show Intelligence. Just a word of warning though, this first look trailer appears to be the entire first episode condensed down to four minutes. So for those of you wanting to stay pure, you might want to avoid watching this trailer altogether.
Intelligence stars Josh Holloway as a high-tech intelligence operative enhanced with a super-computer microchip in his brain. With this implant, Gabriel is the first human ever to be connected directly into the global information grid. He can hack into any data center and access key intel in the fight to protect the United States from its enemies. Marg Helgenberger stars as Lillian Strand, the director of the elite government cyber-security agency who supports Gabriel and oversees the unit’s missions. Strand assigns Riley Neal (Meghan Ory), a Secret Service agent, to protect Gabriel from outside threats, as well as from his appetite for reckless, unpredictable behavior, and disregard for protocol.
Intelligence will premiere on Tuesday, January 7 on CBS before it moves to its regular Monday time slot on January 13. Will you be watching? Check out the trailer after the jump.
You all remember The Killing right? The AMC show that infuriated people at the close of its first season by not revealing the killer and instead choosing to stretch that storyline out for a whole other season. Then, once that second season concluded and the killer was finally revealed, it was cancelled. Just when it seemed all hope was lost, the combined efforts of Fox, AMC, and Netflix brought it back to life for a third season. However at the completion of that third season the show was, you guessed it, cancelled once more.
The Killing apparently has more legs than we gave it credit for because Netflix has just bought the show back again for a fourth and final (we’ll see if that sticks) season of six episodes. The new season will be available solely on Netflix and while there isn’t a date given for its release, I’m betting it will be sometime next year.
Hit the jump for the press release, if you dare.
Long live the king of animated television.
The longest running animated series of all time just landed one of the biggest syndication deals ever. FX’s new spinoff network FXX has acquired the syndication rights for the first 24 seasons of The Simpsons. All 530 episodes are expected to be in heavy rotation starting next August! This means if you’re missing the classic seasons of The Simpsons, which a rare find on TV these days since most local Fox affiliates will only show the latest three seasons, you should be happy about this.
The deal also calls for The Simpsons to be available to stream on demand for the first time ever. FXX subscribers will be able to watch The Simpsons anytime courtesy of the soon-to-launch FXNOW mobile app.
We’re only just over a week away until the worldwide premiere of the 50th Anniversary Doctor Who Special, The Day of The Doctor. As has been the habit for the past few years Doctor Who episodes are usually preceded by a prequel mini-episode. This one, titled Night of The Doctor, is pretty extraordinary as it features the return of someone I didn’t consider likely to return again. I won’t spoil who it is, you’ll just have to watch it for yourself.
And remember, The Day of The Doctor premieres November 23rd.
After months of little to no footage we get two trailers for the Doctor Who 50th Anniversary Special – The Day of The Doctor.
For those of you who aren’t aware this is the special in which Matt Smith’s Eleventh Doctor will be joined by David Tennant’s Tenth Doctor. How in the world!? Well I suppose you’ll have to wait until November 23rd to find out.
In the meantime, check out the two new trailers after the jump!
I haven’t seen an episode of Marvel’s first live-action series, Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., response to the show seems like an overwhelming “meh”. So let’s do it more! Said Disney. Disney has announced that they will be bringing “multiple original series of live-action adventures of four of Marvel’s most popular characters exclusively to [Netflix].”
The first series will be Daredevil, followed by (in unknown order) Jessica Jones (from comic book series Alias), Luke Cage, and Iron Fist. All four series will eventually lead up to a “Marvel’s The Defenders mini-series event that reimagines a dream team of self-sacrificing, heroic characters.”
What do you think, will you check ALL of these out?
Hit the jump for the boring press release via Marvel.