This week on the podcast, Zach and Joe talk about the return of Spidey into the MCU, the latest from Guy Ritchie and Michael Bay, the Harley Quinn dominated Birds of Prey movie, new fall TV like Stumptown and Prodigal Son, seeing The Goonies with zero nostalgia and more.
Arrow, Supergirl, The Flash and Black Lightning had teases for their upcoming seasons at Comic-Con this past weekend as the first three of those shows gear up for the massive Crisis on Infinite Earths crossover event.
The home of the Arrowverse only cancelled a few shows going into the Fall 2018 season and are bringing back two of their old shows, Roswell and Charmed, in addition to some new dramas and comedy.
CBS isn’t doing anything drastically different going into Fall 2018, keeping most of their current shows and doubling down with their new shows with more traditional comedies, crime procedurals and revivals of old shows, like Murphy Brown and Magnum PI.
Fox put a bunch of beloved shows on the butcher’s block and had tons of drama surrounding Lethal Weapon but now that the dust has settled check out what’s renewed, what’s cancelled and what new shows are coming in the fall.
NBC didn’t go as cancel crazy as some of their competitors as Upfront presentations begin and they garnered tons of goodwill for rescuing Brooklyn Nine-Nine. See what’s cancelled, what’s renewed and what’s new from NBC.
This week on the podcast, Zach, Chris and Joe dive into the Boz classic Stone Cold, Kingsman: The Golden Circle, Red Dead Redemption 2, Lionsgate making it’s own NYC attraction, tons of Fall TV premieres, David S. Pumpkins and more.
CBS is delivering pretty much exactly what you’d expect this fall with more comedies and procedurals, including a reboot of SWAT and The Big Bang Theory prequel, Young Sheldon.
Fox’s big bet for fall is The Gifted, an X-Men show from Bryan Singer and Matt Nix, but they have a bunch of high concept comedies on the way as well, including a new live action Star Trek homage from Seth MacFarlane and Craig Robinson and Adam Scott teaming up to fight the paranormal.
It’s Upfront time again as the major networks reveal what new shows they have coming in the fall as well as confirming what’s coming back and what’s not from their current crop of shows and NBC kicked things off.