Our few hopes for a Freaks and Geeks revival may finally have been crushed. Executive producer Judd Apatow shares that even if the star-studded cast could be coerced to return, creator Paul Feig will likely never take us back to William McKinley High.
The Rayburns did a bad thing. The Rayburns continue to do bad things, and will do perhaps their last things, good or bad, when Netflix’s Bloodline comes to a close this month. See for yourself, as the aftermath of Season 2’s bloody finale comes to a head in a full trailer for Bloodline Season 3.
The Rayburns may be cursed, but they’ll at least get one more season to sort out their Bloodline. Netflix has announced a May premiere for the show’s third and final season, along with a biblical new teaser for the Rayburns’ end.
Alpha and Omega of streaming originals as it may be, even Netflix stumbles now and again. So it was with Hemlock Grove and Marco Polo, and now Floridian family drama Bloodline is the latest granted an early end, confirmed to wrap up after three seasons.
The second season of Netflix’s Bloodline came and went about as quietly as the first, though Netflix isn’t generally the type to cancel series outright. The Rayburn family drama will indeed return for Season 3 in 2017, though Florida tax credit changes place a questionable future on the horizon.
Lest you think that big death at the center of Netflix’s first Bloodine season would end the drama monsooning the Rayburns, Season 2 is a family affair all its own. The first full trailer for Bloodline Season 2 has arrived, not only revealing Danny’s return, but a host of new guest stars.
We’ve reached a point where Netflix can sometimes overshadow itself by the number of originals premiering each week, and family saga Bloodline certainly supported an understated approach in its 2015 premiere. Now, the Damages-created drama is back for Season 2, setting a May return with the first photos.
Among Netflix’s original fare, it’d be hard to argue that Bloodline proved a breakout hit with either critics or viewers, though the streaming site isn’t generally one to let things go (cough, Marco Polo). Most curious of all however, after Bloodline’s Season 2 renewal, Ben Mendelsohn is confirmed to return as a series regular, despite … well …
The cast of Avengers: Age of Ultron is already quite large, featuring not only the original superheroes reprising their roles from the first film, but new additions like Quicksilver, Scarlet Witch, and — as confirmed yesterday — Ulysses Klaw. We thought we knew the names of just about everyone involved, but it looks like Joss Whedon’s sequel still has a few casting surprises in store: Linda Cardellini and Julie Delpy have been confirmed for Age of Ultron, but who are they playing?