Discussion in 'Mayberry Lounge' started by Dragonlordxxxxx, Dec 18, 2017.
How many more damn films are on his contract with Netflix?
They apparently do well, so I'm thinking many as he wants...
I think he has 8 films under contract with Netflix. The first three were The Ridiculous 6, The Do-Over and Sandy Wexler. This new one, The Week Of, is the fourth.
Shit. I forgot about the double down. Thanks.
First Teaser Trailer for Paramount Network's YELLOWSTONE Starring Kevin Costner
'Yellowstone,' starring Kevin Costner, follows the violent world of the Duttons, a ranching family in Montana. Can they survive another season? From Taylor Sheridan, the writer of 'Hell or High Water' and 'Sicario,' and featuring Wes Bentley, Kelly Reilly, Luke Grimes, and Cole Hauser. Coming this June.
The fuck's the Paramount Network?
Spike’s re-branded name.
Fuck whether the dude tans great or not. He's 5'8" dammit!
THE MAGICIANS Renewed for a Fourth Season at Syfy
The Magicians is staying put at Syfy. The NBCUniversal-owned cable network has renewed the drama for a fourth season of 13 episodes set to return in 2019.
Currently airing its third season, the Universal Cable Productions effort is Syfy's top scripted series among the advertiser-coveted adults 18-49 demographic over the past three years.
The drama stars Jason Ralph, Stella Maeve and Olivia Taylor Dudley and is based on the best-selling novels by Lev Grossman about a group of twenty-something friends who discover their magical abilities and ward off evil. John McNamara, Sera Gamble, Chris Fisher, Henry Alonso Myers and Groundswell Productions' Michael London and Janice Williams executive produce.
The Magicians is part of a scripted roster at Syfy that also includes the forthcoming final season of 12 Monkeys, Channel Zero, The Expanse, Killjoys, Van Helsing, Wynonna Earp, Superstition, Happy, Krypton, The Purge and Nightflyers.
Still to be determined are the fate of the pilots Tremors, Deadly Class and Run for Your Life.
2nd Teaser Trailer for Karate Kid TV Sequel COBRA KAI
Anyone watching the Alienist on TNT?
The setting and costumes are really good. The fact that it is a period piece makes it worth watching for the production.
The story is actually pretty meh. Its a typical whodunit. The first couple of episodes were good but its becoming too much like CSI and Bones.
good acting and visuals, meh story.
Yeah, it lost me.
It's pretty but shallow.
Jessica Alba to Star Alongside Gabrielle Union in NBC's BAD BOYS Spinoff
NBC's untitled Bad Boys spinoff just added some big star power. In one of the biggest castings of the season, Jessica Alba has signed on as the co-lead in the network's drama pilot starring Gabrielle Union.
The drama revolves around free-spirited former DEA agent Syd Burnett (Union, reprising her role from Bad Boys II), who has a fresh start in her new job as an LAPD detective. She is partnered with Nancy McKenna (Alba), a working mom who can't help but look at Syd's freedom with some grass-is-greener envy. These two have totally different lifestyles and approaches, but they both are at the top of their fields in the action-packed, character-driven procedural.
Alba's Nancy joined the Army out of high school and spent most of the 2000s in Iraq and Afghanistan. Women weren't allowed in combat so she joined the military police to get closer to the action and is now a detective raising two preteen step-kids with her husband. Alba, who received multiple offers this pilot season, will also be credited as an exec producer on the potential series.
The untitled drama was written by Brandon Sonnier and Brandon Margolis (The Blacklist), who exec produce alongside Jerry Bruckheimer, Jonathan Littman, KristieAnne Reed, Jeff Gaspin, Jeff Monroe, Doug Belgrad and Union. Anton Cropper will direct the pilot and also receive EP credit. The drama hails from Sony Pictures Television Studios, Jerry Bruckheimer Television, Primary Wave and 2.0 Entertainment. (Sony's Columbia produced the original features alongside Bruckheimer and Belgrand.)
The casting, which helps push the procedural to the top of NBC's drama pilots, marks Alba's first TV series regular role since her Golden Globe-winning role in Fox's Dark Angel. Her feature credits include Fantastic Four and Sin City.
Jessica Alba to Star Alongside Gabrielle Union in NBC's 'Bad Boys' Spinoff
I have all the episodes but haven't finished episode one yet. If what you say that it's like CSI, I'm okay with The Alienist being a procedural.
Anyone watch Seven Seconds yet?
So apparently, FOX shows are being phased out at Netflix. Some contract mumbo jumbo bullshit.
This includes "Archer". No more "Archer" on Netflix as of March 18th. That fucking sucks.
On the bright side, a new season of "Mike Tyson Mysteries" begins on March 4th.
Heard about that a while ago. Every fucker now wants to start their own service up. The Disney buyout probably would have meant this happened eventually anyway.
But Archer is still going to be somewhere, right?
That's all I care about, as long as it doesn't end up on a network that plants a huge watermark across a quarter of the screen.
It is all on Hulu from what I can see.
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