Yellowstone Coming to an End Soon

Paramount Network, Paramount Global, and Taylor Sheridan, the co-creator and showrunner of the TV series "Yellowstone," are planning to end the show but are considering a franchise extension to continue the "Dutton Saga." Matthew McConaughey is in talks to star in the new show, and it is expected that some of the prominent cast members... Continue Reading →

King of the Hill is Back!

King of the Hill, an adult-animated dark-comedy show, is coming back to Hulu with its original creators Mike Judge and Greg Daniels. The main cast members, including Hank Hill (Judge), Peggy (Kathy Najimy), Bill (Stephen Root), Bobby Hill (Pamela Adlon), Dale (Johnny Hardwick), and Minh (Lauren Tom), are also returning. The show, which was on... Continue Reading →

Swamp Thing: DC’s Horror Film

James Gunn and Peter Safran have announced a new Swamp Thing film, part of a fresh slate of DC projects. The movie will delve into the dark origins of the character and feature other DC characters as well. The film will be more horrific in nature but will still have Swamp Thing interact with other... Continue Reading →

Boost Gold Finally On the Way

Booster Gold, a fan-favorite DC superhero, is getting his own comedy TV series as part of the new DC Universe film and television initiative. The series will be led by James Gunn and Peter Safran and will explore the theme of "imposter syndrome as a superhero." Booster Gold is a former football player from the... Continue Reading →

The Authority: DCU’s Next Big Team

The Authority is a high-concept superhero team from the independent superhero setting of Wildstorm comics, which was initially published by Image Comics and later became part of the DC Comics universe. The team was created by writer Warren Ellis as a boundary-pushing reflection and celebration of the Justice League and the Avengers. The Authority's members,... Continue Reading →

Waller Gets Her Own Series

The Waller HBO Max live-action series is a spinoff of Peacemaker and will feature the same actors. It is being written by Christal Henry (Watchmen) and Jeremy Carver (creator of Doom Patrol) and may be more adult-oriented than the previous shows. James Gunn, who is working on the Superman series, will be involved in the... Continue Reading →

The New Batman Will Feature His Son Damian

The DCEU Press Event was held by Warner Bros. on Monday and provided fans with updates on the future of the superhero franchise. The co-chairmen and CEOs of DC Studios, James Gunn and Peter Safran, confirmed the new project, "The Brave and the Bold," which will introduce the new DCU Batman. This Batman will not... Continue Reading →

Paradise Lost Will Be DC’s Game of Thrones

The co-heads of DC Studios, James Gunn and Peter Safran, announced a new series "Paradise Lost" for HBO Max, which will be an origin story for the legendary island of Themyscira aka Paradise Island, the home of the Amazons. The series will be set before Wonder Woman's birth and will explore the "darkness and drama... Continue Reading →

Military Monsters Joining the DCU!

The Creature Commandos animated TV series will be written by James Gunn and will feature military superhumans including a human leader, a werewolf, a vampire, Frankenstein's monster, and a gorgon. The show will also include the character Weasel from Gunn's Suicide Squad. The animation will lead into live-action and back into animation, allowing for "gigantic... Continue Reading →

A New DC Needs a New Superman

DC Studios co-CEOs James Gunn and Peter Safran announced the first film in the new DCU titled Superman: Legacy set to premiere on July 11, 2025. The film will kick off Chapter 1, Gods and Monsters. Gunn is writing the film and may direct, but not yet confirmed. Other films were announced including Supergirl: Woman... Continue Reading →

Fox Renews Their Animation Domination

Fox's Animation Domination lineup including Bob's Burgers, The Simpsons, and Family Guy, has been renewed for two more seasons each, through 2025. The renewals will keep The Simpsons as the longest-running scripted series on TV history, covering seasons 35 and 36. Bob's Burgers and Family Guy will cover seasons 14 and 15 and 22 and... Continue Reading →

New Tomb Raider TV Series Taps Fleabag Star

Amazon Studios has hired Phoebe Waller-Bridge to write a TV series as part of a potential "Tomb Raider" franchise that would include TV, film, and games. Waller-Bridge could also be involved in a potential movie. The TV series will be produced by Amazon Studios’ former Head of Comedy Ryan Andolina and Amanda Greenblatt, with Legendary... Continue Reading →

Showtime Merges Into Paramount +

Paramount Global is rebranding its premium cable network Showtime as "Paramount+ with Showtime" in the US. The two brands will be integrated in the streaming world and Showtime content will be available on Paramount+'s premium tier. Chris McCarthy will lead the Showtime studio and oversee network operations while Tom Ryan will oversee the Paramount+ with... Continue Reading →

The Last of Us Continues

HBO has officially announced the renewal of "The Last of Us" for Season 2. The show's debut was watched by 22 million viewers domestically and quickly became a hot topic on social media. Executive producer Neil Druckmann has confirmed that the second season will follow the "The Last of Us: Part 2" game, just as... Continue Reading →

Succession Returns Early 2023

Succession Season 4 will be released on March 26 on HBO Max. The show will be returning after a yearlong hiatus, with the Season 3 finale airing in December 2021. The new season will focus on the sale of media conglomerate Waystar Royco to tech visionary Lukas Matsson, which causes existential angst and familial division... Continue Reading →

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