Category Archives: Trailers (TV)
Freeform has two exciting new shows with Mavel’s Cloak & Dagger and the comedy Alone Together from The Lonely Island, showing the young, fresh direction the millennial network is heading. Meanwhile, The Bold Type looks to fill the void left by Good Girls Revolt in a contemporary setting and Siren brings genre-fare with a twist.
Kimmy Schmidt is back, she’s got her GED, and she’s ready for the next step: College. Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt starring Ellie Kemper and Titus Burgess released its season three trailer today and looks like it may be the comedy’s best yet!
The minute and a half of Syfy’s upcoming DC series Krypton shows great action drowning in CGI and a grittier world that feels more at home in Rogue One or Firefly than in the Krypton we saw in Zack Snyder’s Man of Steel or even CW’s Supergirl.
Kyle Chandler’s crime noir comes back on May 26, while Kevin Spacey’s political drama returns May 30, so you’d better make sure your Netflix subscription is in order next month.
The great love story of Outlander is facing new trials in the first look at Season 3.
Based on a chilling story by Stephen King, The Mist follows the residents of Bridgeville, Maine as they find themselves engulfed by a foreboding mist containing a myriad of inexplicable and bizarre threats that put their humanity to the test.
In the new trailer for Lana and Lilly Wachowski’s Netflix series Sense8, we are re-introduced to the cluster of eight characters from different parts of the world who are mentally connected by a violent vision. The interconnected drama, which premiered in 2015, continues with season two as we learn that the senses of the core eight are evolving, but there are dark forces are hunting them down.
The title of Transparent creator Jill Soloway upcoming Amazon series I Love Dick may have you thinking dirty things, but the show is based on a cult novel by Chris Kraus about a woman who becomes obsessed with a guy named Dick. The new trailer shows that this is not your typical comedy, making it an ambitious project for Soloway to tackle.
The beloved novel Anne of Green Gables by Lucy Maud Montgomery is getting a new adaptation, this time from Netflix. Simply titled Anne, the first trailer is nothing short of delightful and captivating.
The last season of Master of None left us on a cliffhanger as Dev (Aziz Ansari) broke up with Rachel (Noel Wells) and made a last-minute decision to travel to Italy for what could be his Eat, Pray, Love tour. I don’t know about the “pray” and “love” part, but in the new trailer for the second season, there is plenty of eating — and there is nothing wrong with that.
The teaser may not be as eventful as the infamous Solange-Jay Z elevator footage, but the 16 seconds will probably garner tons of analysis from super fanboys and fangirls. But when it comes down to it, all the teaser does is announce the premiere date.
After having numerous supporting roles in comedies and dramas like Reno 911, Scream Queens, and the highly undervalued Getting On, the talented Niecy Nash is finally getting the chance to topline her own show. In TNT’s Claws Nash plays Desna, the owner of a nail salon who, along with her badass staff, get involved in the gritty and crazy crime world of South Florida.
In Girlboss, Sophia Amoruso starts an online, vintage-selling business from home. She’s smart, hard-working, and possibly the heroine that social media-centric, self-made millennials and their audiences are looking for.
Let the speculation on season seven begin! HBO has just dropped a new teaser trailer for Game of Thrones.
Set in 2010, this season stars Ewan McGregor in dual roles as brothers Ray and Emmitt Stussy, whom life treats very differently, and not just in terms of the siblings’ hairlines.
The streaming service has added two Dave Chappelle specials and a German crime series to its impressive 2017 lineup.
Dylan Minnette stars in the new series from executive producers Tom McCarthy and Selena Gomez, while Baran bo Odar directs the streaming service’s first German production.
A new drama series about the FBI and serial killers, from the mind of David Fincher, is slated to hit Netflix in October and it’s going to be a doozy if the teaser trailer is anything to go by.
Netflix has released a tiny teaser to announce an April 7th release date of the second part to Baz Luhrmann hip-hop musical drama The Get Down. Part II continues the adventures of a group of six Bronx teens starting their own crew during the hip-hop revolution of the ’70s.
M. Night Shyamalan announced that he will be remaking the the 1990’s series Tales From The Crypt to headline an all horror night of programming on TNT.
The Stephen King universe is continuing its residency at Hulu in the form of the drama Castle Rock, an anthology from J.J. Abrams and his Bad Robot banner. As shown in the teaser, the anthology will bring together characters from some of King’s classic horror novels and short stories.
The official trailer for Ryan Murphy’s newest FX anthology series, Feud, has arrived and it’s full of drama, deception, and dynamite stars, including Susan Sarandon, Jessica Lange, and Stanley Tucci.
Netflix has given us a first look at their forthcoming Netflix series Dear White People based on the 2014 Justin Simien’s indie hit. The 30-second trailer for the 10-episode series, which will be available for your binge-watching pleasure on April 28 keeps in the satirical spirit of the source material and gives a generous preview of the controversial subject matter we can expect from the series.
Netflix has set such a high bar for their Marvel series with Daredevil, Jessica Jones, and Luke Cage, and now Iron Fist is hoping to find the same level of success. With the release of the first official trailer here, how does the new hero stack up?
A Los Angeles couple who must navigate the exhilarations and humiliations of intimacy, commitment and other things they were hoping to avoid.
Joel and Sheila Hammond are realtors leading vaguely discontented lives in the L.A. suburb of Santa Clarita, until Sheila goes through a dramatic change sending both their lives down a road of death and destruction… but in a good way.
A subversive take on Archie, Betty, Veronica, and their friends, exploring the surrealism of small town life – the darkness and weirdness bubbling beneath Riverdale’s wholesome facade.
The series picks up twenty-five years after the original Twin Peaks when the inhabitants of a quaint northwestern town were stunned when their homecoming queen Laura Palmer was shockingly murdered.