John Cena officially joins Fast & Furious 9, Swamp Thing canceled after 1 episode on DC Universe, Sigourney Weaver seems to be coming back for Ghostbusters 2020, Jurassic World and Magic the Gathering shows are coming to Netflix and more in this week’s News Shotgun.
Upfronts are starting again as the broadcast networks reveal what new shows are coming in the fall season. NBC is first and you can click through to find out what’s canceled, what’s renewed and what’s new.
Tons of directing news, big game announcements from The Game Awards, Ron Burgandy returning for a new podcast and much more in this week’s News Shotgun.
This week on the podcast, Zach and Joe dive into the Day 1 news of NYCC including the details of Jon Favreau’s Star Wars show and the full trailer for Daredevil Season 3 and also discuss the mediocrity of Solo, the Spider-Verse, the backstage drama of Lethal Weapon, The Lost Boys and much more.
The Rock battles giant monsters in Rampage this week on DVD and Blu-Ray while a bunch of other spring movie releases and a ton of TV shows, including the latest seasons of The Expanse and The Good Place.
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.
Marvel unveils a new mobile game, MST3K and The Good Place renewed for new seasons, Ash will meet KISS in a new Evil Dead comic, Jude Law joins Captain Marvel and more in this week’s News Shotgun.
Arguably the greatest Spider-Man movie ever made is out this week with Spider-Man: Homecoming along with the first seasons of excellent TV shows American Gods and The Good Place, the final performance of Adam West as Batman in Batman vs Two-Face and more.
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.
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.