The iconic Seinfeld TV show has received a hilarious reimagining as a horror movie called The Nothing in this gem of a fan video.
There are several new Marvel shows coming to Disney+ and we’ve just received a better look at some of them, much to our delight.
Vision and Wanda Maximoff aka Scarlet Witch are sent into some nightmarish TV sitcom reality in the new Disney+ Marvel TV show Wandavision.
The ‘child’ in question of course referring to the ultra-adorable baby Yoda, who is as cute as ever in the sophomore season of The Mandalorian.
Popular TV actress Sarah Paulson will play the infamous Nurse Ratched in the upcoming Netflix series, Ratched, from executive producer Ryan Murphy.
Iconic 90’s cartoon The Ren & Stimpy Show is the subject of the new documentary film Happy Happy Joy Joy: The Ren & Stimpy Story.
The Gen 1 designs of the Transformers are without a doubt the best in the franchise’s history and they look even better in the upcoming Netflix animated series, Transformers: War For Cybertron Trilogy – Siege.
The popular Netflix superhero series The Umbrella Academy returns for season 2 and the new trailer promises plenty of stylized weirdness.
Disney’s The Mandalorian TV show is one of the first major productions to use virtual sets over green screen with great benefit to its cast and crew.
The team behind the smash-hit TV series The Office have taken their highly anticipated next project to Netflix with the Steve Carrell-starring Space Force.
There’s no denying that the world has gone crazy for true crime. Whether it’s streaming on Netflix, docudramas on the big screen, or investigative podcasts, we can’t seem to get enough of the genre.
Set in the gritty but vibrant suburbs of Paris, The Eddy tracks the story of jazz club owner Elliot (André Holland) as he finds himself tangled with dangerous criminals and in a desperate struggle to protect his family, club and band.
Strong friendships are born out of shared experiences. In its first season, Dead to Me took this notion and stretched it to the nth degree.
Ryan Murphy’s Hollywood is exactly what it says it is, a mini-series set in post-WWII Hollywood following “an ambitious group of aspiring actors and filmmakers will do almost anything to make their showbiz dreams come true.”
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