Breaking Bad is getting a sequel movie, the Deadwood movie has started shooting, Rogue One’s Cassian Andor is getting a series on Disney+ streaming, the Swamp Thing series makes some major casting, Shrek is getting rebooted and more in this week’s News Shotgun.
This week on the podcast, Zach, Chris, and Joe try out a new News format and dive into a Breaking Bad sequel movie, Jeremy Irons’ character in the Watchmen HBO show, a Star Wars prequel prequel show, a Johnny Quest movie,The Purge TV show, Happy!, Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit and more.
Netflix’s dark crime drama Ozark returns for its second season on 8/31 as Jason Bateman’s Marty Bryde deals with the aftermath of Season 1 and tries to keep his family safe from the various criminals and federal agents closing in.
After what feels like forever, Better Call Saul is finally back for its fourth season and AMC put up a brief recap to remind you what happened in the show’s excellent third season, including the shocking climax.
Jeffrey Donovan is back for Season 2 of Hulu’s crime drama Shut Eye as Donovan’s Charlie Haverford deals with strange visions following a head injury in the first season and the crime family that runs his fake psychic business.
Cowboy Bebop is getting an American reboot, Nicolas Cage starring in a crazy sounding new movie, a forgotten 90’s video game mascot is coming back, potentially two more monsters joining the Dark Universe and more in this week’s News Shotgun.
Jason Bateman and Laura Linney are a couple where husband Marty is secretly the top money launderer for a powerful Mexican drug cartel in Netflix’s upcoming crime thriller, Ozark.
Wesley Snipes plays a reclusive former astronaut whose claims of alien abduction are proven true when a massive invasion begins and people, including the group of teens partying in a cabin nearby, start to be abducted in the upcoming The Recall.
With Mad Men ending last week, Game of Thrones is one of the only “prestige” shows left standing but there’s a number of current shows that are ready to take their place in that category.
Saul Goodman (Bob Odenkirk) is back in the prequel to Breaking Bad but his criminal alter ego has not yet fully developed, as we find him as public defender, Jimmy McGill.