When the credits rolled at the end of 'The Muppets,' the titular felt heroes had made the comeback of a lifetime. Now we see that 'Muppets: Most Wanted' begins moments after the conclusion of the last film, with Kermit and the gang realizing that the cameras are still on them so they might as well go ahead and make a sequel. Then, in true Muppets fashion, everyone begins to sing about the fact that they're making a sequel.
You can't keep a good frog down. After writer/star Jason Segel left the 'Muppets' sequel to work on other projects, Kermit, Gonzo, Miss Piggy, Fozzie and the gang pressed ahead with 'Muppets Most Wanted' and brought some famous friends - namely Ricky Gervais, Tina Fey and Ty Burrell - along with them. Today, you can get your first look at the trailer for the all new Muppet adventure.
We all appreciated, even loved, NBC's version of 'The Office,' the show that launched Steve Carell's career and a million "that's what she said" quips. But for some, there was never any replacing the original 'Office' or Ricky Gervais' David Brent, a character for whom saying the worst thing at the worst time was as natural as breathing. A lot of us miss Brent and would like to see him return ... and we might get a chance to on the big screen!
Netflix's recent Emmy recognition had only just begun before the critically acclaimed 'Orange is the New Black' hit the scene, so will Ricky Gervais' controversial new series 'Derek' continue the streak? The streaming service has released a full trailer for its latest original series, though it remains to be seen if viewers will latch on Gervais' simple 'Derek' as they have his past protagonists.
While Netflix subscribers continue to chew their own hands off in anticipation of this weekend's 'Arrested Development' season 4 premiere, the streaming service has begun shoring up its plans for the latest original content releases. We previously heard that Jenji Kohan's 'Orange is the New Black' would drop this summer, while Ricky Gervais' controversial dramedy 'Derek' now has a September premiere. Find out about Gervais' TV return inside!
A decade after it concluded, the original BBC version of 'The Office' remains one of the greatest television comedies of all time and Ricky Gervais' David Brent one of the most memorable comedic creations in TV history. Not even the diminishing returns of the once-wonderful American series can tarnish the original...but how about a YouTube follow-up to the original series? See for yourself below.