Netflix’s Series of Unfortunate Events will treat Dr. Horrible fans to the first proper onscreen reunion of Neil Patrick Harris and Nathan Fillion, but we have to ask – is that sequel ever happening? Harris doesn’t have a good prognosis, nor can he guarantee that any sequel woul…
We still don’t have a proper trailer for Westworld Season 2, but that hasn’t stopped showrunners from doling out major hints. The second stretch of HBO’s sci-fi epic has its very own cryptic subtitle, all-but-confirming the next run will finally take us beyond Westworld.
Your return Flight of the Conchords has been briefly delayed. Star Bret McKenzie confirms that the ongoing U.K. and Ireland reunion tour has been put on hold due to a “very rock ‘n’ roll injury,” which may end up delaying the planned reunion special for HBO this year.
Most revivals are one-and-done, so leave it to Will & Grace to break down another norm. Following NBC’s pre-premiere renewal for a bonus tenth season, the network is already confirming a third revival run before the first has finished airing.
The Office has been closed down for years, but not everything was resolved. A persistent theory claims that the Scranton Strangler is none other than Toby Flenderson, and NBC has even put out a new Making a Murderer-style video hinting as much.
We’re going to be pretty desperate for new Rick and Morty until at least late 2019, so Adult Swim has thankfully provided some relief. Our favorite cosmic adventurers do their best Men in Black for a new Adult Swim music video from Run the Jewels.
Few were surprised when Sherlock stars Benedict Cumberbatch and Martin Freeman hinted Season 4 would be the last, but the reason may go deeper than exhaustion or busy careers. Freeman says he’s not eager to go back after Season 4, as “some of it’s not fun anymore.”
Westworld Season 2 may not play the same tricks, but new photos have us scratching our heads all the same. See some surprising character returns (and even a few fresh faces) in new photos from the long-awaited 2018 return, and get your conspiracy boards ready.
We knew Amazon would pay a pretty penny to develop its own Lord of the Rings TV series, but they might as well raid Smaug’s lair. New estimates put the TV iteration of Middle Earth at $500 million (to start!), and all before Amazon has even assigned talent to the project.