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The finest fictional police precinct in Brooklyn has shut its doors for good. According to Entertainment Weekly, Fox has canceled Emmy Award-winning sitcom Brooklyn Nine-Nine after five seasons. Despite a slight ratings bump during a temporary reschedule in Fox’s prime time lineup — to pickup fellow Fox sitcom Ghosted‘s slot while the new series dealt with
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Rick and Morty fans rejoice, the popular animated series is coming back in a big way. Series co-creator Justin Roiland has revealed in a tweet that Rick and Morty has been renewed with a whopping 70 episode order after months of negotiations with Cartoon Network. “More Rick and Morty coming.” promised Roiland closing out his tweet
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SPOILER WARNING: This article contains spoilers for the latest episode of Riverdale, “Judgment Night,” which as of publication has not yet aired on the west coast. Tonight’s episode of Riverdale, “Judgment Night,” was one of the more eventful and insane hours of television in recent memory, even given the high bar set by the Archie
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Fox has ordered an adaptation of Justin Cronin’s vampire novel The Passage to series for next season. Friday Night Lights‘ Elizabeth Heldens wrote the pilot, while Let Me In director Matt Reeves and Ridley Scott of Alien fame are attached to executive produce. According to The Hollywood Reporter,, “The Passage begins as a character-driven government conspiracy thriller
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The upcoming Netflix adaptation of The Witcher franchise has just picked up two writers from the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Announced by showrunner Lauren S. Hissrich on her Twitter account, the writers room for the Netflix dark fantasy series shows former Jessica Jones writer Jenny Klein and Daredevil writer Sneha Koorse joining the creative team as
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The beloved Batman: The Animated Series will make the jump to tabletop gaming in the first in a series of planned releases from IDW Games. Batman: The Animated Series — Gotham Under Siege is intended for one to five players, who adopt the role of the Dark Knight and his allies in order to protect
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The second season of Netflix’s Iron Fist has nearly concluded filming its 13-episode run, as indicated by newly surfaced photos from the wrap party. An Instagram post by Y-Cats Craft Services depicts the cast celebrating, with snapshots of stars Finn Jones (Danny Rand), Jessica Henwick (Colleen Wing) and Sacha Dhawan (Davos) posing with employees. Stunt performer
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The Goldbergs has landed an iconic guest for its latest ’80s pop culture reference with the announcement that Rick Moranis will be on the May 9 episode. Moranis, who had semi-retired from acting in 1997 to spend more time with his family, will be reprising his memorable villain, Dark Helmet, from Mel Brooks’ 1987 Star
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The Bluths, everyone’s favorite dysfunctional family, is back together again in the first trailer for Season 5 of Arrested Development. While the fourth season of the Netflix series had to film story arcs individually, Season 5 will see Michael, Buster, GOB, Lindsay, George Sr., Lucille, Tobias, George Michael and Maeby all onscreen at the same time, delivering the
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HBO and Damon Lindelof’s forthcoming Watchmen television series might end up diverging from the comic book source material. However, the show’s newly revealed working title seems to indicate that the series isn’t straying too far from its roots. According to Production Weekly, the Watchmen series has received a working title of Brooklyn. This, of course, is quite fitting, as the events of the Alan
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This week, Star Trek fans got the closest thing to a Riker/Troi reunion since the 2005 series finale of Star Trek: Enterprise. Will Riker and Deanna Troi actors Jonathan Frakes and Marina Sirtis, respectively, snapped a behind-the-scenes pic from the set of Star Trek: Discovery Season 2, which Frakes posted to Twitter. Surprise visit on
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As CW’s The Flash gears up for its fourth season finale, a new synopsis is teasing the addition of a “surprising ally” in the final battle against Clifford DeVoe/The Thinker. You can read the synopsis below. RELATED: The Flash: The Thinker’s Plan for Enlightenment Explained THE FLASH“We Are The Flash”— (8:00-9:00 p.m. ET) (Content Rating TBD) (HDTV)
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James Olsen’s career as the Guardian could soon become a matter of public record on Supergirl. According to the official synopsis for an upcoming episode called “The Fanatical,” someone knows the identity of the Guardian. James will then have to decide whether to give in to blackmail, or allow his secret to go public. The episode, written
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Nominations for the MTV Movie & TV Awards were announced today, with Black Panther reigning king among movies with seven nominations, while Stranger Things received six nominations, leading the pack for TV shows. Black Panther‘s seven nominations include Best Movie; Best On-Screen Team for Chadwick Boseman, Lupita Nyong’o, Danai Gurira and Letitia Wright; Best Performance in a Movie and Best Hero for
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The title and cast for the fourth season of Syfy’s Channel Zero has been announced. The horror anthology series will adapt the creepypasta short story Hidden Door by Charlotte Bywater. The season will be titled Channel Zero: The Dream Door. Channel Zero is an anthology series that exclusively adapts creepypasta stories — horror stories that
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FX has officially ordered a television series based on Taika Waititi and Jemaine Clement’s 2014 mockumentary What We Do In The Shadows. The new half-hour comedy series will premiere in spring 2019, with the first season consisting of ten episodes. Although the original film was set in New Zealand, the spin-off will follow its own group of vampire roommates
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Amid the news on Wednesday about Conjuring director James Wan’s plans for a Swamp Thing series on the newly christened DC Universe streaming platform comes word that Metropolis will be delayed. Deadline reports the live-action project, ordered straight to series in late January for a planned 2019 premiere, is being placed into redevelopment. RELATED: DC
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When it comes to everyone’s favorite, hellblazin’ demonologist, Legends of Tomorrow might keep some of the mystery alive. In a recent interview, the showrunner of the time-traveling superhero series, Phil Klemmer, revealed that Matt Ryan’s Constantine will not exactly rent a room inside the Waverider. When asked a reader question by TVLine, Klemmer revealed that
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Following the series announce, DC Entertainment unveiled the official logo for its upcoming show Swamp Thing, which will air on the studio’s streaming service DC Universe. The logo finds stone-like text against a green field, with a hand rising up to represent the space between the legs of the letter “A.” It also features the
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DC Comics and Warner Bros. Television are adding a live-action Swamp Thing series to its newly-titled DC Universe streaming service. Aquaman director James Wan will be one of the executive producers for the one-hour drama. DC Universe, which is the official title of the DC streaming service, was revealed earlier today. Swamp Thing was created by Len Wein and Bernie
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Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. isn’t done with Avengers: Infinity War just yet. Adrian Pasdar, who plays Glenn “Graviton” Talbot, revealed that S.H.I.E.L.D. will continue to refer to the film as the show winds up for its Season 5 finale. “Yeah, we do have stuff in the background periodically that references and ties into whats going on with
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Before The Simpsons breaks Gunsmoke‘s record for the most episodes of a scripted, primetime television series on Sunday, creator Matt Groening discussed the recent debate over longtime Springfield resident Apu Nahasapeemapetilon and issues of Indian-American representation. When asked if he had any thoughts regarding Apu as a cultural stereotype, Groening admitted he didn’t have many thoughts about the
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FX has expanded the second season of Legion with the addition of an 11th episode. The season will now end on June 12 with “Chapter 19,” written by series creator Noah Hawley and directed by Keith Gordon (Fargo, Homeland). The announcement arrives ahead of tonight’s episode, “Chapter 13,” with brings the season to the midway
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The Museum of Pop Culture in Seattle — colloquially known as MoPOP — launched an extensive new exhibit, “Marvel: Universe of Super Heroes,” late last month. The two-level show hosts some of the rarest comics in the world alongside some of Marvel Cinematic Universe’s coolest costumes. The grand opening was attended by a number of
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