The future of Arrested Development’s Netflix tenure remains in question after a number of conflicting reports, though series lead Jason Bateman has an idea as to why the first Netflix revival proved so notably “underwhelming.” Could a change in promotion from Arrested Development “Season 5” better sell the inevitable return?
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.
FX's ‘Louie’ season 4 brings the dramedy to a temporary close with dual finale installments "Pamela Part 2" and "Pamela Part 3," the first of which sees Louie and Pamela exploring their feelings on a date, while the second finds the two coming to grips with their differing ideas on relationships.
After resurrecting his career with his 'WTF' podcast, Marc Maron is now doing what he might have been asked to do two decades ago: He's anchoring a sitcom. Born partly out of his podcast and own life, his sitcom 'Maron' found a home at IFC, which seems a good fit. The first episode is shaggy, but it does capture Marc Maron fairly well, and it feels like it could grow into something great.