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Baz Luhrmann on Shorter ‘The Get Down’ Part 2, Likely Second Season

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by Kevin Fitzpatrick 3 days ago
Netflix
Netflix Baz Luhrmann hip-hop drama The Get Down has often seen more problems than praise, making headlines for its unusual structure and expense, rather than content. The first season’s second half may get things back on track, though Luhrmann now reveals a shorter count than expected, and what may change in a second season.

The ‘Mystery Science Theater 3000’ Trailer Means It’s Almost Movie Sign on Netflix

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by Matt Singer 3 days ago
Shout! Factory
It’s been almost 20 years since Mystery Science Theater 3000 was cancelled by the Sci-Fi Channel (this was back in the days when that station knew how to spell its own name). And bear in mind, this is after the show had already been cancelled once before, on Comedy Central, and its lone big-screen outting flopped in theaters. Just about any other series with that track record would be long dead and buried in 2017, but the legend of MST3K has grown over the years, aided in part by the ongoing popularity of its alumni, who’ve formed splinter groups like RiffTrax and Cinematic Titanic. Now, after a massively successful Kickstarter campaign, series creator Joel Hodgson is bringing MST3K back with an all-new cast on Netflix.

Review: ‘Flash’-‘Supergirl’ Musical ‘Duet’ More ‘Glee’ Than ‘Buffy,’ But Pretty Darn Adorable

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by Kevin Fitzpatrick 4 days ago
The CW
‘Flash’ and ‘Supergirl’ join voices for a long-anticipated musical “Duet,” but do the Music Meister’s antics measure up to their cartoon inspiration? And how next can the two top such a joyful DC collaboration? Find out in our full review!

Melissa McCarthy Already Taking Sean Spicer Notes for SNL Return

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by Kevin Fitzpatrick 4 days ago
NBC
SNL has one heck of a Season 42 finish ahead, to follow Louis C.K. with Jimmy Fallon, Chris Pine, Melissa McCarthy and The Rock, and live on every coast at that. Of all those names, however, McCarthy might build the most anticipation, as the Sean Spicer impressionist says she’s already squirreling away notes for the next appearance.

Dave Chappelle Explains How ‘Key and Peele’ Success ‘Hurts My Feelings’

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by Kevin Fitzpatrick 4 days ago
Netflix / Comedy Central
Chappelle’s Show has been off the air long enough that you might overlook a connection to Key & Peele, though Dave Chappelle certainly popularized the format of comedians having carte blanche over a sketch show. Now, with Chappelle back in the spotlight for his Netflix special, the comedian reveals how Key & Peele “hurts my feelings,” even as he counts himself a fan.