Another possible revival. Or is it a reboot? I can’t tell.
Can we get a Dawson’s Creek reunion instead?
Because everyone is getting a TV series.
At least it’s better than The OA.
It’s NBC, so you know it’s going to flop!
If Tom Hanks decides to do TV, it’s a wrap.
I’m here for this.
Were we expecting anything less?
This should come as no surprise for anyone keeping track of Netflix and their recent love of comedy specials, and Dave Chapelle is joining in on the fun.
Bong Joon-ho’s Snowpiercer is one of the most underrated films of the 21st century.
“The ‘Childpocalypse’ Has Been Averted”: “Doc McStuffins” Renewed For A Fifth Season On Disney Junior
Parents, you can breathe easy now.
Rosie O’Donnell is returning to TV.
Robert De Niro is coming to your TV screens.
Life just got much better.
British author Zadie Smith’s NW comes to life.
It’s her world. We’re just living in it.
One of NBC’s most popular comedies may be poised for a revival.
Tom Burke is starring in the HBO adaptation.
One of the most popular children’s television programs is making a return.
I bet you $50 that this doesn’t see the light of day.
Unfortunately, not too many TV shows in recent years have starred Asian-American actors. However, actor Daniel Dae Kim is hoping to change that.
Comedian Chris Rock has just inked a deal with Netflix that is sure to up the ante when it comes to attracting talent to streaming platforms.
Mondo Tees announced the news yesterday that they would be releasing the “Luke Cage” Original Soundtrack 2XLP and I could not be more excited.
Officially becoming the place where creatives can bring a movie or TV series to life, Netflix has just announced that they are teaming with director Spike Lee to bring a serialized version of his first feature film to the streaming service.
After creating a cult following with her web-series The Misadventures of Awkward Black Girl, Issa Rae appeared to be poised for her big break.
Comic book properties continue to be popular among Hollywood creatives, and they don’t appear to be losing ground in bringing them to the big and small screens.
Another cult movie classic is getting on board the remake/re-boot/re-imagining train.
After many attempts at putting it onscreen, Neil Gaiman’s American Gods is finally getting the proper adaptation it deserves.
For the past few years, the cinematic landscape has been inundating viewers with reboots, remakes, and re-imaginings of various creative properties. And TV is quickly catching up to the fad.
After starring in three series of the hit BBC drama, Idris Elba will be returning to the small screen as everyone’s favorite emotionally tortured cop, John Luther.