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If it gets us more True Detective more often, I’m all for it.
Sylvain Chomet is quite the iconoclast, I’m led to believe. He’s definitely made a strong personal impression upon The Simpsons for this new couch gag.
There’s no word on if Oldman will star in the series
Don Draper is on a journey, is the very literal symbolism behind the first brief promo.
I won’t pretend I’m not rather happy about this. I’m more than curious about From Dusk Till Dawn, and I like to see more and more “original,” or at least debutant, content on Netflix.
I still prefer Agents of SHIELD, but there’s not as much in it as the pilot episode suggested.
Daniel Cerone wrote the script, from a story he developed with David S. Goyer, and if this goes to series, we could see it on NBC’s schedule this fall.
He’s drawn Supreme and Deadpool comcs, he’s edited at Wildstorm, and he’s also worked on cartoons from Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius to X-Men, Spider-Man and Silver Surfer. And now he has a new thing. A very special episode of Community… …
I wonder how future proofed this casting is? If Gotham keeps running for, say, eight or nine years, are these kids going to stick around? And if they do, will they even stay suitable?
The show has already been picked up straight to series for 13 episodes so we should see it on CBS’ fall schedule.
Here he is “tweeting” and getting great WiFi on his typewriter. Who needs all that new-fangled technology?
Have you been watching True Detective this season? I have, and I’ve been hooked.
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We’ve seen his alter ego Barry Allen on Arrow already, but that’s what he’ll look like in costume. Well, what his head will look like.
Mike Judge is really having a lot of fun with Steve Jobs in his new show. Well, who else, right?
Here is their announcement, along with what G.I. Jeff (Codename: Wingman) will look like.
The idea is that the remaining episodes will now run uninterrupted, one a week until they catch up with the US and match them all the way to the finale.