The first full trailer for Judd Apatow's new Netflix comedy series has arrived, bracing us for the reality that relationships are — to quote co-star Paul Rust — "f—ing bulls—." I mean, he's not totally wrong. Rust, who also wrote Pee-wee's Big Holiday for Netflix, co-stars with Gillian Jacobs in the new dark comedy about a pair of misfits with a cynical view on romance who begin to fall for one another despite their misgivings.
The first teaser for Judd Apatow and Community ex Gillian Jacobs’ new Netflix series Love didn’t exactly give us a sense of the series, nor did its photos, so do two first trailers fare any better? Almost certainly, as the two-season anti-romantic comedy proves just as vulgar and funny as we’d hoped.
A ways back, Netflix lured Judd Apatow and Community ex Gillian Jacobs’ new series Love away from Hulu with a two-season order, and at last know the fruits of their labor. The new series releases its first teaser and photos, also confirming a February release date for all ten Season 1 episodes.
A few months ago we learned that director Marcus Dunstan and his longtime collaborator Patrick Melton are working on a new installment in the long-running Halloween franchise. The duo, who also worked on several films in the Saw franchise, are approaching things a little differently — it’s not a reboot, but instead will be a direct sequel to 1981's Halloween II, and if you’re a little confused about the title, Dunstan can clear that up for you.
The very mantra of #SixSeasonsAndAMovie seemingly guaranteed that Community’s recent Yahoo season would mark the last of the Greendale Gang’s episodic adventures, but one never really knows with Community. Still, the further away from the sixth season finale we get, star Joel McHale seems increasingly certain Community as a series has ended.
That old familiar standby of Community signing off has again arrived, perhaps a bit more under the radar than in previous years, but nonetheless completing the first half of its #SixSeasonsandaMovie pledge. Meta as ever, “Emotional Consequences of Broadcast Television” said a heartfelt goodbye to Season 6 as it envisioned a potential Season 7, but would fans (or Dan Harmon) even want it?
The Age of Ultron will surely blow our minds by its next trailer, but Community has officially stolen The Avengers’ spotlight for its first Season 6 trailer. Marvel at the “Age of Yahoo” in our first full look at the Greendale Gang’s sixth season, chock full of all your favorite cameos and craziness!
We’re still hard pressed to believe Community made it to Season 6 after all, with all-new episodes premiering on Yahoo Screen March 17, but short of an inevitable movie, the Greendale gang is officially back. Check out Community’s Season 6 poster for the big move, along with photos of our new and returning cast members!
HBO’s latest 2015 trailer gave us quite a bit to chew on, from ‘Game of Thrones’ to ‘Westworld,’ but outpacing either of those will be the return of Hannah Horvath and co. for ‘Girls’ season 4. To wit, HBO has released an extended 7-minute preview invitation to the set, showing off everything from a multitude of guest stars, to new plots involving Jell-O wrestling, more Marnie music, and why not, even political ambitions!
With 'Boardwalk Empire' having poured its last and 'Game of Thrones' not due for months, HBO and Lena Dunham's always-buzzing 'Girls' has at last begun promotion of its fourth season in 2015. In lieu of a full trailer, the latest preview for the January premiere goes behind the scenes to highlight the new conflicts and locations of the year, as well as the latest guest stars.