‘Halt and Catch Fire’ creative team bringing new series to AMC about a rehab center and I’m sure it’ll rock
Man, I never finished Halt and Catch Fire. But, it was very, very good. And from what I’ve heard, it finished very, very, good. So, sign me the fuck up for the creative team’s next endeavor.
James Cameron! Yeah, Avatar fucking sucked. But you gave me Aliens and Terminator 2. So, with that in mind I’m inclined towards being excited about science-fiction documentary springing up out of your mind-ass.
I haven’t really been watching Preacher. In my defense, I haven’t been watching much of anything. But my interactions with the show based on one of my favorite comic series of all time have been reserved when I have watched have been skeptical, and only marginally positive. I’ll watch, though! I’ll watch. And here’s hoping the show begins to find its legs, leave the fucking town already, and get weird. This season and the next.
We officially know the date when we will get to see the premiere of the Preacher adaptation. The pilot will hit the airwaves-cablewaves-digiwaves immediately following Fear of the Zombie’s Walking Shuffling Nightmare midseason finale on May 22.
I gave up on Halt and Catch Fire about three episodes into its second season. Nothing against the show — which was never great, but always enjoyable. I just got sidetracked by buying a house, teaching, getting a dog, watching Mr. Robot until my eyes bleed and my bladder burst. But maybe I’ll find the wherewithal to finish its second season. ‘Cause despite shitty, shitty ratings, AMC has renewed the show.
By all accounts, Fear the Walking Dead‘s premiere was ass. But that doesn’t really mean anything, if the show continues to draw in such ratings. Me? I didn’t even realize it was premiering last night, nor did I care when I found out. How about you?
Write me down as officially digging Dominic Cooper as Jesse Custer. Prior to Seth Rogen’s confirmation, it was like, a theoretical enjoyment.
I love the fact that there is soon going to be a character on television named Arseface.
Howard Stark is going to be playing Jesse Custer? Sure! I don’t see why not.
It ain’t HBO. So they can’t show the insane orgy-scat-fisting scene from Preacher. But they are AMC. And they’ve ordered a pilot based off of the goddamn glorious, goddamn irreverent, goddamn profane comic series.