Well, at least one expensive and underrated Netflix series managed to escape the cancellation axe. Just weeks after its second season, animated comedy F Is for Family confirms that Bill Burr, Laura Dern and more Murphys will be back for Season 3.
Bill Burr’s animated F Is for Family hasn’t streamed any new episodes since December of 2015, but might be even filthier than you remember. Ahead of its late May premiere, the ‘70s family comedy releases a full NSFW trailer, as feminism becomes the new F Is for Family.
Boy, you can’t seem to swing a dead cat (not that you’d want to) without hitting one of Netflix’s May premieres. Like House of Cards and Bloodline before it, Netflix now has a late May premiere for Season 2 of Bill Burr’s animated F Is for Family, along with an irate first teaser.
Doubling up on Netflix’s programming has inevitably let a few through the cracks, but the streaming service is doubling down on star-studded Bill Burr animated comedy F is for Family. The period comedy has officially earned an extended Season 2, announcing as much with more F-bombs than you’ll know what to do with.
According to Entertainment Weekly, Amazon has begun preliminary discussions toward adapting the series, without an official pilot order as of yet. It remains unclear if the TV take would look to incorporate cast members the likes of Tim Allen, Sigourney Weaver, Alan Rickman, Sam Rockwell, Tony Shalhoub and Justin Long, or more likely, reboot the franchise overall.
Just when we thought that the TV-movie reboot trend had given way to straight-up resuscitating old series, in swoops Galaxy Quest for a bit of meta fun. The 1999 Tim Allen sci-fi comedy has officially been targeted for a TV adaptation from Paramount, bringing the crew of the NSEA Protector out of mothballs once again.
The always-welcome weirdness of Fred Armisen and Carrie Brownstein’s IFC ‘Portlandia’ will return in 2015 for its fifth season (might it be the last?) on January 8, and this season might be the biggest yet. The first full trailer for ‘Portlandia’ season 5 has eco-biked its way down the hill, bringing an “epic” tone and more guest stars than we can rightly shake an organic celery stalk at.
CBS sitcom magnate Chuck Lorre may be on his fourth airing show for the network with the debut of upcoming Anna Faris sitcom 'Mom,' but that hasn't stopped the freshman comedy from flexing its muscles with casting just yet. Erstwhile 'New Girl' guest and rom-com staple Justin Long has joined the cast, along with 'The Help' Oscar-winner Octavia Spencer, but who might the duo portray?
Featuring one of the better ensemble casts this year, '10 Years' imagines a world in which Channing Tatum, Justin Long, Rosario Dawson, Chris Pratt, and more all went to high school together. And yet, they still have all the problems us normal people do.