Unsolved Mysteries is coming back to Netflix, Christopher McQuarrie writing and directing Mission: Impossible 7 and 8, Jason Reitman is directing a new Ghostbusters movie, the Sopranos prequel adds a bunch cast members and much more in this week’s News Shotgun.
James Gunn is writing and possibly directing Suicide Squad 2, the first look at The CW’s Batwoman, True Detective Season 3 gets a release date, Universal Soldier getting rebooted, Iron Fist gets canceled and much more in this week’s News Shotgun.
Formed in 1989, The Rembrandts exploded into pop culture history when they performed the theme song for Friends, “I’ll Be There For You”, which became a massive hit as a single in 1997.
Michael Jordan, Bo Jackson and Wayne Gretzky teamed up in 1991 to form the ProStars, who helped kids in need and used their sports skills and an assortment of gadgets to battle various supervillains.
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 try to figure out what the hell WB is doing with all the Joker movies they announced, dive into The Defenders, the forgotten Jaws 2, the future of The Day the Clown Cried, The Punisher, the Hatchet franchise and much more.
Our look at TV first episodes is back for the summer and we’re celebrating ridiculous vehicular action shows all month, kicking things off with the classic 80’s show Knight Rider, where The Hoff and a robotic car voiced by Mr. Feeny patrolled the backroads of America fighting for justice.
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.
NBC is heading back into DC Comics universe with the new comedy Powerless, which follows the employees of Wayne Security, who are trying to create gadgets to help regular people survive the various super-powered battles occurring around them.
Find out how Bryan Mills got his particular set of skills in NBC’s upcoming prequel series to Taken, coming in February next year.