We were lucky enough that ABC opted to renew Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. for Season 5, so it isn’t any surprise that the network might try something new this fall. What is surprising, however, is that ABC isn’t giving Marvel’s The Inhumans a prime timeslot, but instead placing both on Friday.
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Whether or not you watched the actual HBO series, we all had our fun with the various memes around Jude Law’s The Young Pope. Lenny Bellardo himself was left in dire straits by the finale, and it seems The New Pope may take his place, as HBO announces a successor series.
Broad City may be debuting Season 4 later in the year than we’re accustomed to, but Abbi and Ilana won’t come back alone. The boys of South Park will officially join them, as both Comedy Central series set an August 2017 premiere for new seasons.
Doctor Who Season 10 is already building to the major departures of star Peter Capaldi and showrunner Steven Moffat, and it seems we’re adding one more to the list. Missy may be missing in action after this season, as Michelle Gomez reveals her likely exit as well.
You’ve seen the first official trailer for Marvel’s FOX mutant drama The Gifted, but the network isn’t done previewing Bryan Singer’s X-Men TV series just yet. Take a look at fresh photos from the X-drama, including a Sentinel-filled synopsis!
Well, Supergirl had to brainwash Superman into not appearing in its first finale, so it makes sense Season 2 would modify the tradition. Our first trailer for next Monday’s “Nevertheless, She Persisted” finale teases Tyler Hoechlin’s Man of Steel taking up arms against his cousin, to say nothing of a final showdown with Rhea.
HBO’s Westworld managed to keep a tight lid on its main story (until roughly the second episode), but Season 2 has a great many questions worth investigating until 2018. We can consider at least one of those mysteries solved, as a Season 1 star confirms they’ll be back for Season 2, albeit in an unknown capacity.
FOX got the trailer party started late last night with Bryan Singer’s The Gifted, and now some more sci-fi heavies have come out to play. Sneak a peek at Family Guy boss Seth MacFarlane’s Star Trek-esque The Orville, along with Craig Robinson and Adam Scott playing X-Files with Ghosted in a first round of trailers.
No one would argue that How I Met Your Mother was thoroughly (and painfully) concluded over nine seasons, so much so that CBS thought better of continuing the franchise with a spinoff. Well, in case you needed to know what Ted, Robin, Barney, Marshall and Lily have been up to in the last three years, FOX is at least entertaining the idea of a revival.
This past weekend saw perhaps the culmination of Melissa McCarthy’s SNL Sean Spicer impression, as the real “Spicey” may not by Press Secretary by fall. Perhaps an even greater sign of McCarthy capturing lightning in a bottle; behind-the-scenes reports suggest Beck Bennett was first in line for the job.