Despite their biggest series being over, CBS has their usual slew of new comedies and procedurals on the way for fall 2019. See what’s canceled, what’s renewed and what’s new here.
Michael Pena stars in Netflix’s upcoming alien invasion movie Extinction as a father who starts having violent dreams that turn out to be premonitions of the incoming alien threat and must fight to protect his family.
Luke Cage returns to Netflix in June, defending Harlem from old threats like Mariah Dillard and Shades Alvarez but also new threats like the mysterious Bushmaster, who seemingly has the same abilities as Luke and is looking to take down Harlem’s hero.
The Defenders are assembled in August to stop a threat that they cannot handle by themselves in the culmination of this first round of Netflix Marvel shows, hitting in August.
Wrongfully sent to prison, Carl Lucas is subjected to an experimental procedure and becomes the nearly invulnerable Luke Cage, who reluctantly becomes the hero Harlem needs to try and stop the corrupt forces working in the shadows.
All episodes of the next Netflix Marvel show, Luke Cage, arrive on September 30th and the full trailer is finally here.
Marvel/Netflix dropped new footage and news about the future of the Netflix universe of shows, including the trailers for Luke Cage and Iron Fist and confirmation that The Defenders finally form next year.
The first full look at Jessica Jones is finally here as former superhero turned private investigator Jessica must face the reality that the man who destroyed her life, Kilgrave (David Tennant), is back and looking to put Jessica back under the sway of his horrible mind control powers.
The Everything Actioncast is back for the new year as Zach, Chris and Joe talk about the bizarrely serious Ant-Man trailer, the awesomeness of Agent Carter, impromptu blue performances from Steven Seagal, the OKness of The Interview, demonic Olivia Wilde and much more.