We are only a few weeks away from the launch of Disney+, Disney’s exclusive streaming service that will be home to over 6,000 hours worth of original and existing content. But as if all the films and TV series wasn’t enough, we can expect to see some documentaries as well. At the International Documentary Association showcase event, Disney+ revealed that they are currently developing new documentaries onMarvel, Disney lyricist Howard Ashman, acclaimed chef Wolfgang Puck, and more. Check out more on the report below.
Robert Kirkman‘s Invincible is just another one of his comic book properties that are heading to TV. Although, this one will be just a little bit different as it is being designed as an animated series. Still, that doesn’t make it any less interesting, as noted by the stellar voice cast. New reports say that Steven Yeun, who had a starring role in The Walking Dead, the the AMC television show adapted from Kirkman’s comic book series, has landed the lead voice role. And he’s not alone. The actor will be joined by J.K. Simmons, Sandra Oh, Seth Rogen, Mark Hamill, and so many more. More on the report below.
Melissa McCarthy is certainly not afraid to put herself out there. Especially when it comes to her comedies that her director husband Ben Falcone helms.
But in Life of the Party, we get to see something more grounded and refreshing, a newly divorced mother who makes a comeback by joining her daughter (Molly Gordon) in college. Warner Bros. has released the second trailer for the film, and you can check it out below.
Netflix has released an official trailer for Love, the upcoming comedy series from Judd Apatow.
The series stars Gillian Jacobs and Paul Rust as a pair coming out of relationships who meet each other by chance and are dealing with all of the fun ups and downs that comes with everything related to love.
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Fans of the hit sitcom Community were pretty bummed out when the show was canceled recently after five seasons, significantly damaging hope for “six seasons and a movie.”
But these days being canceled isn’t necessarily a death sentence. With the rise of streaming media, other options exist. The hope that a company like Netflix or Hulu or Amazon will resurrect a dead series for their streaming service means faithful fans always have a little spark of hope.
For Community, that hope is now a reality. The comedy is indeed getting a season six after all, but its savior might not be who you were expecting.