In a world void of Community movie updates, ABC’s Dr. Ken has steadily drawn headlines with Ken Jeong inviting former Greendale students and teachers for mini-reunions. That prospect will get even weirder with series creator Dan Harmon and star Alison Brie, as the already-meta Community gets its own meta-return.
Just yesterday saw Netflix shining a light on its new Jenji Kohan-Alison Brie wrestling comedy GLOW, and now the glare is fully on. A new teaser for the ‘80s-set series promises a June premiere to accompany Orange Is the New Black, and a first look at those gorgeous ladies.
Netflix’s GLOW hasn’t yet set an official 2017 premiere date, but the new wrestling comedy from Orange Is the New Black creator Jenji Kohan with star Alison Brie is starting to pipe its entrance music. See for yourself in a first teaser for the new series, promising the arrival of some gorgeous ladies.
One of the apostles (I think it was Peter) once said that casting John C. Reilly covers over a multitude of sins. The Little Hours is basically a one-joke sketch — medieval nuns swearing like sailors — stretched out to feature length, but whenever the film starts to run out of gas or repeat itself a little too much, there’s Reilly, its rock and redeemer, turning watery jokes into a potent brew.
There aren’t very many more hurdles Netflix’s GLOW needs to clear to gain our attention, whether inspiration from the real ‘80s wrestling phenomenon, Orange Is the New Black creator Jenji Kohan or star Alison Brie, but our first photos might seal the deal. See Brie all ‘80s-ed out, spandex and all in our first set photos from the new series!
Looks like Marc Maron’s garage is about to get a major overhaul, especially after closing down IFC’s Maron. The famed podcaster and comedian will take the male lead role of Netflix’s new women’s wrestling comedy GLOW, joining Alison Brie in the Jenji Kohan-created series.
We’ve seen Alison Brie bounce around a bit between TV and movies post-Community, and now the fan-favorite is finally back in the ring. Brie will lead Orange Is the New Black creator Jenji Kohan’s new ‘80s wrestling comedy GLOW, based on the real-life series.
BoJack Horseman picked a hell of a weekend to debut his third Netflix season, to coincide with the madness of Comic-Con 2016, but never you fear an end to that binge. The star-studded animated comedy will get right back to Horsin’ Around in 2017, as Netflix confirms Season 4 for BoJack Horseman.
And lo, the internet was gifted a first trailer for BoJack Horseman Season 3 this week, albeit without the strictest sense of what to expect from the down-and-out horseman’s post-Secretariat resurgence. Now, a new batch of photos give us clue into the July premiere, including BoJack and Princess Carolyn’s early days, and an encounter with Officer Meow Meow Fuzzyface.
The very core of Netflix’s melancholy BoJack Horseman sees the title star dealing with life after fame, and the second go around isn’t running much more smoothly. Oscars loom as BoJack finds fame anew in the first official Season 3 trailer, ahead of the Horseman’s July 22 return.