The complete series of Game of Thrones is out this week along with Ready or Not, Arrow Video versions of Big Trouble in Little China and Waterworld, the 19th season of The Simpsons and more on DVD and Blu-Ray.
A ton of TV news this week thanks to the Upfronts, including cancelations and renewals, Mel Gibson is starting to possibly gather his Wild Bunch, a final Purge is coming next year, Robert Pattinson and Nicholas Hoult are battling for the Batman cowl, Chris Rock is working on a Saw spin-off and more in this week’s News Shotgun.
Officially under the Disney umbrella, it seems like business as usual for Fox going into Fall 2019 with some new animated shows to flesh out the return of Animation Domination on Sundays along with a mix of new comedies and dramas.
World War Z 2 is dead at Paramount, legendary actor Albert Finney passed away, The Walking Dead and The Simpsons renewed for more seasons, Legion will finally get an appearance from Professor X, Disney looking for a new Wolverine and more in this week’s News Shotgun.
The third Matt Groening developed animated comedy following in the iconic footsteps of The Simpsons and Futurama is the fantasy skewering Disenchantment, which hits Netflix in August.
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.
This week on the podcast, Zach, Chris and Joe dive into the ramifications of the historic Disney/Fox deal, Ready Player One, Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle, The Walking Dead’s descent into terribleness, heroic Joker and much more.
December kicks off for DVD/Blu Ray releases with Fargo Season 3, the return of Twin Peaks, Despicable Me 3, American Assassin and more.
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.
Instantly recognizable and inextricably tied to Ferris Bueller and the 80’s, Yello’s “Oh Yeah” has been a juggernaut, appearing in countless commericals, movies and TV shows.