GLOW may be my damn favorite piece of 2017 pop culture. It had everything, my friends. Took place in the 1980s, centered on wrestling, starred Alison Brie, and was packed with insight and pathos. Now the gang seems to be back together, on that filming the second season grind.
Stranger Things has gotten a final trailer for its second season. I’m, I’m not watching it. I’m already in, bought in, totally in, in in.
Netflix has released a teaser Stranger Things season 2’s final trailer. Which drops tomorrow. You know, Friday the 13th. What fucking absurd, ridiculous things we type in this modern age of pop-culture news, right?
After the jump, because, you know, damn Twitter video.
Apparently noted obvious alien and member of the Illuminati Steven Spielberg had a series in the 1980s titled Amazing Stories. This series is being resurrected by The Alien, Bryan Fuller, and Apple. I don’t really have anything else to offer about this development. Cool? Feels significant, but I also don’t give a fuck.
Elijah Wood is down to star in that adaptation of Y: The Last Man that’s been in development forever. Forever. Forever! Hey man, I’m down with that casting.
X-Files is one of those post-streaming world, zombie-shows that I have no internet in returning to. However, if this show is (still) your cup of tea, here’s a trailer for the eleventh season.
Rip time-and-space apart and look for the scoundrel, ’cause someone gotta be fucking me with this trailer. Can the fucking PKD anthology series Electric Dreams really be this fucking good? Man. I hope so.
Here’s a clip Stranger Things‘ second season! Like I said yesterday, Netflix and the MarketingCzars are definitely prepping our brain-palate this month for the show’s upcoming release.
First Look: Iron Fist joins ‘Luke Cage’ Season 2. If anything can rehabilitate his character, it’s this show
When God was designing the cosmos, he imagined Danny Rand when he was designing the Platonic Ideal of a Fuckboi. That said, Danny Rand was mildly, sort of, somewhat entertaining when he was paired with Luke Cage in The Defenders. So here’s hoping Rand’s transformation from consummate fuckboi to tolerable foil continues in Luke Cage‘s second season.
Hit the jump to check out the pairing.
I know pretty much nothing about Neil Gaiman and Terry Pratchett‘s novel Good Omens. Other than, well, it’s probably good. Oh! And now, that its adaptation has gained one Jon Hamm.