Mixed bag of news here, friends. We’re getting a Fallout TV series on Amazon. Which is rad. But, it’s by the creators of Westworld. Which sucks.
Karate Kid sequel series ‘Cobra Kai’ is moving to Netflix with Season 3. Fuck, I gotta watch this shit
Everyone! Everyone I’ve fucking spoken to has said Cobra Kai is awesome. So man, I need to stop fucking around and start watching it. Especially now that it’s heading to Netflix.
The Safdie Brothers fucking rock. So, I’m jazzed and jizzing over their first-look deal with HBO.
Sweet Tooth was a fantastic comic by Jeff Lemire, what, Jesus Christ, ten years ago?! Now, hopefully it’s going to be a fantastic Netflix series.
The new ‘Battlestar Galactica’ show has found its showrunner, which apparently ain’t ‘Mr. Robot’ creator Sam Esmail. Frak this!
The new Battlestar Galactica show got its showrunner! And, it ain’t Sam Esmail. Fuck! He’s only executive producing. That said, the dude they’ve tapped was behind the AMC mini-series Little Drummer Girl. Which apparently rock! So, I suppose we will see.
‘The Last Dance’ has passed ‘Tiger King’ as the most popular documentary on the fucking planet. MJ winning again!
Recently, Tiger King grabbed us all by the fucking balls as the pandemic hit. However, there’s a new King in the documentary wars. Michael Jordan and the Chicago Bulls documentary, The Last Dance. And I ain’t got any problem with this usurpation, because it fucking rips.
Man, even more Hellraiser news, eh? We had word a movie was coming, with a script being written by David S. Goyer. Gross! However, this news is a bit more dope. There’s a Hellraiser TV series coming, and it’s being directed by the dude behind the latest Halloween. I wasn’t super horny for the Halloween movie, but I was entertained enough. And honestly? I’d be fine with that coming from this series.
Castlevania is officially getting a season 4, motherfuckers! And I’m goddamn all-in! ‘Cause as lukewarm as I was on the second season, I’m throbbing hot for the third.
Max von Sydow has passed away at the age of 90 years old. Death always wins the chess game, friend. But you won’t be forgotten.
Absolute acting force Max von Sydow has passed away at the age of 90. And not to sound cliche, but despite him passing, his roles shall live on.
Showtime orders comedy series from Safdie Brothers and Nathan Fielder. Woo boy, this is going to rock.
The Safdie Brothers’ Uncut Gems still rattles around my brain on the regular. And, Nathan For You is one of my favorite shows of all time. So, this combination is fucking glorious. Glorious!