Tons of TV seasons are out this week on DVD and Blu-Ray as the new seasons get closer, including Brooklyn Nine-Nine’s first season on NBC, Arrow, The Walking Dead, and American Gods along with movies like Brightburn and The Hustle.
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.
Tons of TV seasons out this week as we get closer to the fall TV season starting like Brooklyn Nine-Nine, The Flash, Chicagos Fire and Med and NCIS: LA along with movies from earlier in the summer like Tag and Upgrade.
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.
This week on the podcast, Zach, Chris and Joe discuss why you should never attack Charles Bronson’s watermelons, the terrible new MacGyver, the wacky charm of The Saint, the casual vampire apocalypse of The Strain, Hot Wheels, Joe’s audition for The Lion King on Broadway and much more.
Although they save a supermarket full of hostages, the property damage and injuries incurred forces SWAT Captain Frank Tate and his team to go to mandatory training in a remote location, where they are trapped without weapons when two rival gangs arrive to collect a package hidden on site.
Best known recently for serving Frank Underwood’s favorite ribs on House of Cards, Reg E. Cathey has also appeared on shows like The Wire and movies like American Psycho and The Mask.
This week the duo of Chris and Zach talk about the ramped up second half of Walking Dead season two and it’s new TV partner, Comic Book Men, the insanity of Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance, Hannibal Lecter, SWAT and the origins of Jeremy Renner, the underrated classic The Rocketeer and much more.
Debuting today at the Toronto International Film Festival and hailing from Indonesia, The Raid is being called one of the best action movies of the last couple years by pretty much everyone who saw it.