The long-awaited fourth season of the BBC phenomenon, Sherlock, now has an official air date. The hit show starring Benedict Cumberbatch and Martin Freeman will drop January 1, 2017—because everyone wants to get the new year started Britishly.
Earlier this year, the BBC today released the trailer for 'Sherlock' season four. Check it out:
Yesterday, FOX dropped the latest trailer for the new 24 spinoff, 24: Legacy.
And the teaser gives us everything we expected from the high-intensity show, including those iconic countdown beeps. More importantly, the clip introduced us to the show’s new hero: Eric Carter, played by Straight Outta Compton’s Corey Hawkins.
Hawkin’s character is a lone survivor of a special forces team who took out a foreign target for the US government. We don’t know much else right now about Eric Carter, but it’s pretty clear the dude is more than qualified.
Check it out:
Jack Bauer may be gone, but at least we have still have someone yelling, “I need more time!” The show premieres right after the 2017 Super Bowl. Discuss
It's been a long time coming, and now the world is getting its first real look at Netflix's four-part series, Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life. The trailer for the highly anticipated show released this morning.
They call it his “dad brand.” True, Jim Gaffigan makes a living cracking jokes about marriage and parenting (and Hot Pockets). But earlier this year, Gaffigan proved his dad image isn’t just for TV cameras. He and his wife, Jeannie, put the kibosh on a third season of TV Land's The Jim Gaffigan Show. Read More
Could How I Met Your Mother be poised for a comeback? One of the show’s biggest stars says he’d be on board. This weekend, Jason Segel appeared at the Austin Film Festival and was asked about bringing Marshall back. Saying that the show “changed his life,” he explained,
I’d be around for whatever those guys wanted to do … I would leave [the story] to the writers. One of the great things about my relationship to that show is I never got involved in the writing, I just tried to execute what these brilliant writers did, so I would leave that to them, as usual.
Though there’s no word of an impending comeback, it doesn’t seem out of the question. After the show wrapped in 2014 following nine seasons, the creators attempted a How I Met Your Dad spinoff, only to have it rejected by CBS. Discuss
BBC One just released a first glimpse of the sequel to its hugely popular series, Planet Earth. And it looks incredible.
Planet Earth II was shot in 4K, which adds depth and life like we've not seen in a nature show. Even better: Sir David Attenborough is set to narrate. The video suggests Planet Earth II will premiere "soon," but there's no indication of when that might be. So for now, the trailer is what we have.