Andy Samberg’s ‘Tour de Pharmacy’ Cycles Into HBO Trailer, July Debut
At long last, Andy Samberg’s HBO followup to tennis mockumentary 7 Days in Hell is finally here, as the Brooklyn Nine-Nine star takes on the world of competitive cycling. Watch the star-studded first trailer for Tour de Pharmacy, which itself is already doping up for a July premiere.
‘Arrow’ Review: ‘Vigilante’s V-Forged Vendetta Reveals Prometheus Twist
‘Arrow’ Season 5 goes ‘V for Vendetta’ with “Vigilante,” but does another masked mystery make any sense before the crossover? Plus, who’s the surprise mole on the team, and what does it mean? Find out in our full review!
‘Arrow’ Review: ‘So It Begins,’ That Dolph Lundgren Must Break Us
‘Arrow’ Season 5 fires a few shots at Prometheus’ identity in “So It Begins,” but was Dolph Lundgren’s flashback introduction enough to perk up the past? Plus, what’s Quentin really up to? Find out in our full review!
‘Arrow’ First Look at Dolph Lundgren as ‘Kovar’ in ‘So It Begins’
Arrow offered only the quickest tease of Dolph Lundgren’s flashback villain “Kovar,” but with Season 5 quickly gearing up for its new villains, Lundgren has finally stepped out of the shadows to break Oliver. Catch a dapper Dolph and new team photos in the first official preview…
‘Arrow’ Sets Dolph Lundgren’s Extended Role for ‘Vigilante’ Debut
Arrow Season 5 has itself on solid footing – even making the flashbacks seem borderline watchable again. At least part of that owes to the impending arrival of Dolph Lundgren as the villainous Kovar, now scheduled to make his extended debut by a new Season 5 press release.
Dolph Lundgren Debuts in Extended ‘Arrow’ Season 5 Trailer
Oh boy. If ever you wanted Arrow to return to its darker roots, Season 5 might finally be your year. A new extended trailer for the October premiere is chock full of twists and turns, including a murderous Oliver, Dolph Lundgren, Felicity’s rebound guy and more!
‘Arrow’ Confirms Dolph Lundgren Big Bad for Final Flashback Season
We’ve known for some time the likelihood that Arrow would end its flashback cycle altogether with Season 5, but however much flack the format gets, they’re going out with bang. Ivan Drago himself, Dolph Lundgren must break the Arrow, guesting as a major new big bad for the season.
Samberg, Forte, Cena and More Set for HBO ‘7 Days in Hell’ Followup
Surely, you didn’t think Jon Snow and Andy Samberg’s mullet playing tennis for seven days would be the weirdest thing HBO could come up with. Samberg and Murray Miller have already begun working on another sport mockumentary focused on the Tour de France doping scandals, this time star…