And, by the looks of this superbly short trailer, it will be... dance-y?
It was also no secret that the creators of "Pinky and the Brain" loved to dig deep when it came to their inspirations. One reference in particular, though, may have baffled even the most well-versed kids.
Put Emma Stone and Jonah Hill in a show created by Patrick Somerville ("The Leftovers") and directed by Cary Fukunaga ("True Detective" season one) — Netflix clearly hopes this combination of talent will make "Maniac" must-watch TV. Here's what the reviews say.
The show is just beginning production this fall and is slated to premiere on CBS All Access in 2019.
Don't knock it 'til you try it.
"Daredevil" returns to Netflix October 19.
"Big Mouth" comes back to Netflix on October 5.
With limited series dedicated to Loki, Scarlet Witch, and maybe more headed to Disney’s upcoming streaming service, the Marvel Cinematic Universe is about to get bigger, more detailed, and potentially more efficient
One of the few things that could raise anger — real, intense anger — in Mister Rogers was the willful misleading of children. Superheroes, he thought, were the worst culprits.
No matter the subject — the origin of her name, how she got cast on "Parks and Rec" or her favorite Halloween costume — Plaza is one of the most compelling talkers we know.
Starring Emma Stone and Jonah Hill, "Maniac" hits Netflix September 21.
One flipped and is cooperating with the government, the other is close to having the government flip on him.
Lenny Kravitz made a career out of destroying covers of classic hit songs, so he's basically the worst possible person to pit yourself against in a game of musical charades, but we'll let Jimmy Fallon and Reese Witherspoon figure that out for themselves.
Complete coverage of the 2018 Emmy awards, including tune-in info, nominees, winners, red carpet photos, speeches, backstage moments and buzz-worthy moments.
In shows such as “The Leftovers” and “Fargo,” she exudes a Midwestern pragmatism that has its own kind of mystery.
Learning Harvey Weinstein was a fan forced Raphael Bob-Waksberg to ask himself tough questions. In Season Five, he tries to answer them.
From Les Moonves to Louis CK to so many others implicated in #MeToo, there have been many performances of accountability theater. But those in power have repeatedly proven themselves unwilling to make amends.
Holstein and Kidding’s team of writers and crew built "Mr. Pickles’ Puppet Time" from the ground up as if it were a real TV show, and as if it were a cultural institution like "Mister Rogers' Neighborhood."
And it's not to make a serious point about solitary confinement in prisons or anything. It's just entertainment!
Late night's biggest strength and greatest weakness is the fact that *something* has to go on air every night.
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