Jun 9, 2017
Hey. Hello. We're back. And ... saucy.
Seriously, though, we missed you. And even though it's
officially Summer TV season, we are chock full of interesting
things to talk about. Aaron met hist childhood hero Jim Carrey and
ate candy, drank alcohol and hung out with the "Stranger Things"
kids. Unemployment isn't all that bad, you guys ...
Season 7 finale of “Game of Thrones” will be 81 minutes long --
reboot of “Tales From the Crypt” has died
two seasons, Netflix has canceled “Sense8”
- There’s a “Snowpiercer” TV series coming to
TNT. We knew this. But now Jennifer Connelly has joined the cast
and there’s nothing else we need to know.
- “Cowboy Bebop” is coming to TV in the form of
an American live action series. It’s from Tomorrow Studios, the
same production company behind developing “Snowpiercer” and “Let
the Right One In” for TV
Freeform is making an American version of “Misfits”
may have canceled Pitch, but it’s still into Mark Paul Gosselaar.
The network has greenlit a new vampire series titled “The Passage”
and Gosselaar will play a vampire-hunting FBI agent.
renewed “The Exorcist” for a second season -- Geena Davis and the
cast who played her family will not return. The story will focus on
a new case and dive deeper into the demonic church
has canceled “24: Legacy” but is developing more stories in the
Mazzara is developing a “Sin City” TV series for TV, with former
“Sleepy Hollow” director Len Wiseman on board. Apparently
it’ll be an entirely new story with new characters Mazarra is
writing. No network attached yet but interest is “high.” Cue Frank
Miller rage… now!
- Brendan Fraser will play an eccentric private
investigator named James Fletcher Chace in Danny Boyle’s FX series
“Trust,” which will tell the tale of the kidnapping and ransom of
J. Paul Getty. Brendan Fraser isn’t going anywhere.
Moranis is coming out of acting retirement… kindof. He’ll reunite
with his SCTV cast in Second City Toronto for a charity benefit
called “Take Off, Eh!”
According to a press
will include Moranis and Thomas’ reprisal of their iconic SCTV
characters Bob and Doug McKenzie, whose “Great White North”
sketches and subsequent film, Strange Brew became cult favorites in
the 1980s. Martin Short will interview a soon-to-be-named celebrity
guest as his Jiminy Glick character. In addition, fellow Canadians
O’Hara, Levy, Dan Aykroyd and Joe Flaherty will join Dave Foley,
Scott Thompson and Kevin McDonald of Kids in the
Hall fame for the
AARON’S LOSER: "Bloodline"
JACK’S LOSERS: "Sunday Night with Megyn Kelly" and
AARON’S FENCER: "Animals"
JACK’S FENCERS: "Big Star Little Star" and "The Jim Jefferies Show"
AARON’S WINNERS: "World of Dance," "Parts Unknown," "Brooklyn Nine-Nine," "I’m Dying Up Here," "Better Call Saul," "Riverdale," "Handmaid’s Tale," "American Gods," "The Leftovers," "The Keepers" and "Twin Peaks"
JACK’S WINNERS: "American Gods," "Handmaid’s Tale," "Feud," "F is for Family" and "House of Cards"
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