It may be a while before Umbrella Academy comes back to Netflix, but the streaming service has already started the promos for the second season.
While the first season of The Mandalorian was very sparing with its fanservice, Jon Favreau is looking to go all out with the second season
While productions everywhere have shut down, it seems that The Mandalorian can’t stop announcing incoming cast members. Last week we’ve had news of the likes
The second season of The Mandalorian is set to comeout this October, but with COVID-19 effectively delaying everything, fans were waiting for Lucasfilm to announce
Disney+’s The Mandalorian was lucky enough to wrap production before the COVID-19 lockdown, and it looks like the second season is going to come out
Amazon Prime Video had found a new hit with The Boys, and the second season is set to hit the streaming service sometime this year.
News had recently come out that Game of Thrones star Kristofer Hivju (Tormund Giantsbane) was being eyed for Netflix’s The Witcher. What’s interesting is, it
Seth Rogen may not have been able to turn much heads when it came to AMC’s The Preacher, but he did find a new hit
With Star Wars Rebels lasting four seasons, a lot of people thought the same was going to happen for Resistance. Too bad for fans though,
Netflix has always been a hub for experimental shows, and this year saw the release of a fun animated anthology series called Love, Death, and
It seems that Netflix was confident enough that The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina would succeed, seeing that they started shooting the second season barely a
The MCU may be a current state of disarray after the Thanos snap, but Marvel Netflix continues to soldier on. The next series in line
GLOW was one of the more charming series that came out in Netflix last year, and the girls are all coming back for a second
Westworld might have only released two episodes of its second season, but it looks like HBO’s ready for season 3. The second season’s barely even
Westworld is finally coming back to HBO later this month, and the new season promises more robots, and more horror this time around. A new ‘commercial’ has come out promoting the fictional company of Delos (the guys who own Westworld), and though it starts a tad cheesy, it does end with you getting the creeps.
Lucifer was back this week with a new “flashback episode” that features the Devil’s return to the City of Angels, but did it tell us anything we didn’t already know?