Will TBS’ ‘Miracle Workers’ Smite Us with “12 Days” More Mediocre TV?

I cannot even tell you how quickly I volunteered to review Miracle Workers for Bleeding Cool. Our esteemed Television Editor asked, and I knocked over a nun and two epileptic chihuahuas for the opportunity to review the new TBS comedy. [Ed Note: He did. It wasn’t pretty. Lawsuits are pending.] Daniel Radcliffe? Steve Freaking Buscemi? […]

Holy Mother Forking Shirtballs! It’s Our ‘The Good Place’ Season 2 Recap!

Finally getting around to catching up on the newest season of NBC‘s The Good Place over the holidays but need a refresher? We’ve got you covered! After laying down the facts of the first season, we’re back again with a season 2 rundown that gets you up-to-speed before finally starting the recently-released third season (which […]

Sean Penn Series ‘The First’ Gets Launch Date, First-Look Images from Hulu

Beau Willimon’s (House of Cards) new science fiction-drama The First has finally received a launch date from Hulu, with the streaming service set to premiere the Sean Penn (Dead Man Walking, The Game) / Natascha McElhone (Ronin, Californication) series on Friday, September 14. To coincide with the announcement, Hulu is also giving us some new first-look […]

Will Smith to Host Darren Aronofsky Earth Series for Nat Geo

Actor Will Smith‘s next adventure will keep him firmly footed on terra firma, as the star of Netflix’s upcoming sci-fi film Bright is set to host National Geographic‘s upcoming event series One Strange Rock. Executive produced by Darren Aronofsky (mother!, The Wrestler), the 10-episode series tells the story of Earth, what exactly makes it so […]

Late Night Fun – A Life Sized Reminder Of 1977

When I was seven years old I took my allowance with me to visit my mom at her work, K-Mart. I remember wandering around trying to decide what I should spend my money on but by the time we had lunch I had not found anything. My brother said he saw some new toys I […]

This Is What A Peter Kennard Comic Looks Like, In Progress

Artist Peter Kennard (currently the subject of an exhibition at Tate Liverpool) is working on a followup to his comic book @earth. And this is what a page looks like, mid progress, hung to his studio wall. Dave McKean, it’s time to step up…

So Here Comes That DC Earth Vs. Earth War We Were Talking About

From the solicitations for DC New 52: Future’s End #1. Five years from now, the DC Universe is reeling from a war with another Earth, leaving the world unprepared for an approaching evil that threatens to destroy the future. Can a time-traveling Batman Beyond help a massive cast of the DCU’s finest avert the impending […]