As if the streaming provider doesn't give us enough to binge-watch, now we get to plan for the second season of the widely popular, critically acclaimed and generally awesome show Daredevil. Over the weekend, the teaser trailer "leaked" from the New York Comic Con—and then somehow, a high-quality version leaked, too. The video shows some shots from the first season and then gives a brief glimpse of the upcoming season. From the looks of it, the suspected April release may be too far, but the wait will be worth it.
The man known as Kanye's pastor is about to be on reality TV. Oxygen recently released the trailer for Rich in Faith, an upcoming reality show that follows Vous Church pastor and author—and the guy who officiated the wedding of Kanye and Kim—Rich Wilkerson Jr. Check it out:
Does something smell funny? That’s Andy Kaufman’s new perfume. The late comedian is being immortalized by Los Angeles perfumery Xyrena, who is releasing a sent called “Andy Kaufman Milk & Cookies” in honor of the 40th anniversary of Saturday Night Live. As suggested by the name, the perfume smells like chocolate chip cookies and milk—a pairing inspired by Kaufman’s Carnegie Hall performance in 1979 which cumulated with him taking all 2,800 audience members out for, yup, milk and cookies. It's probably the new scent of romance. Stay tuned, the it will be officially debuted at the Upright Citizens Brigade Theater during the Andy Kaufman Awards on Oct 11. Discuss
The California Highway Patrol proudly debuted the trailer for their upcoming action epic, A Reasonable Speed, on Jimmy Kimmel Live last night. Watch the cautiously thrilling story where the only rules are the rules of the road. Discuss
Reality TV has hit rock bottom. Really. In A&E’s horrifying new show Fear: Buried Alive people will (as the title clearly indicates) be buried alive. Of course, it’s not being sold as a chance to torture our fellow humans (who, for the record, clearly have legit fears) but rather a “psychological” experiment, where participants will “endure a series of escalating horrors designed to test the strength of their psyches.” The press release goes on to justify this entertainment malarkey by noting “Studies show that when we willingly push ourselves outside of our comfort zone and face our fears, we come out feeling empowered and triumphant.” And, if they create some great footage of crying and freaking out, all the better, right? We think no. Just no. Discuss