“Saved by the Bell” was the first teaser Peacock dropped, and it showed new looks at some of the original Bayside cast members all grown up. Mario Lopez and Elizabeth Berkley reprise their roles as A.C. Slater and Jessie Spano. Mac Morris (Mitchell Hoog), the son of Zack Morris (Mark-Paul Gosselaar) and Kelly Kapowski (Tiffani Thiessen), and Jamie Spano (Belmont Cameli), Jessie’s son, also appear in the teaser.
Time out! Who's psyched to see the first #SavedByTheBell teaser!
If you’re having trouble falling asleep, Tom Hardy will help you doze off with a bedtime story.
The actor will be reading nighttime tales on “Bedtime Stories,” the long-running series on the BBC Children’s channel CBeebies. The episodes will run from April 27 through May 1. Hardy made a previous appearance on the show back in 2016, and the network happily announced he’d be back in a post on Wednesday.
You asked. He stepped up!
Buckle up for some steamy teen romance. The trailer for the streaming service’s “Never Have I Ever” has arrived.
Mindy Kaling’s upcoming series, inspired by the former “The Office” star’s childhood, hits Netflix on April 27. Per the streaming service, “Never Have I Ever” centers on the complicated life of Devi (Maitreyi Ramakrishnan), a modern-day first-generation Indian American teenage girl. Devi is an overachiever with a short fuse that often gets her into difficult situations.
Difficult as those situations may be, the series’ new trailer promises that Devi’s high school struggles will offer plenty of genuine laughs. There’s the hilarious would-be erotic dream sequence, Devi dressing up as an “Indian Kardashian” to impress boys, and someone who eats
Warning: The following contains spoilers for Wednesday’s Chicago P.D. season finale. Proceed at your own risk!
Chicago P.D. wrapped up Season 7 on Wednesday night by setting up one of Intelligence’s finest for a very difficult eighth season.
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The finale found Atwater forced to go undercover with Doyle, the cop who pointed a gun at his head last season,
I still can't believe that Season 1 of What We Do in the Shadows, the FX comedy that's essentially a continuation of the cult Kiwi film of the same name, was as good as it was. The series was basically a single joke told over and over -- ancient vampires act like undead idiots as they fail to fit
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For those of you who've been staring at Chicago P.D.'s Halstead (Jesse Lee Soffer) and Upton (Tracy Spiridakos) all season long while fighting the urge to smoosh their faces together, I've got some great news: Upstead is finally happening! When the NBC drama returns for Season 8, your favorite "when
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But first, a catch-up on what the gang has been up to since we last tuned in. Guillermo has been fending off the vampire assassins who have been descending upon the house, dispatching with about a dozen so far while keeping their existence a secret from the others — lest he reveal himself to be a quite effective vampire killer. Nandor had a brief “enlightenment” when, in the midst of vaporizing, he got sucked into an air humidifier.
NCIS' bold season-ending episode was not -- repeat Not -- a season finale in the eyes of producers, thank you very much, even if, for all intents and purposes, that stunning turn from Christopher Lloyd will be the last fans will see of the show for a while. Of course, coronavirus has dramatically
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The world’s second best lawyer is making moves. “Better Call Saul” star Bob Odenkirk has launched Cal-Gold Pictures, a new production company, and has signed a first-look deal with Sony Pictures Television.
Cal-Gold’s mission is to develop compelling stories with dynamic characters and social relevance. Per the company, Cal-Gold’s slate of projects aims to be as unique, distinct, and varied as Odenkirk’s career itself — all with an eye towards breaking through the clutter in sketch comedy, drama, and beyond.
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“I started in this grand charade called showbizness as a writer, it’s my default mode, so whenever I’m not onscreen you will find me in ‘development hell,’” Odenkirk said in a statement. “It’s wonderful to finally have partners as good-natured and experienced as
The Challenge: Total Madness is officially underway and "the most dangerous season yet" has proven to be one with a lot of unexpected twists. In Episode 3, armed with the knowledge that every competitor that wants to race in the final must win an elimination first, and that anyone in the tribunal can
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This morning we woke up feeling kind of blah, but thanks Shawn (James Roday) and Gus (Dulé Hill), it's officially the best day of 2020! It's here, Psychos -- the first trailer for the Psych: The Movie sequel, Psych 2: Lassie Come Home has arrived!
Though the teaser trailer Peacock released on Twitter
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Chicago Fire's Brett (Kara Killmer) and Casey (Jesse Spencer) are like peanut butter and chocolate: They just fit together so well. Their tight bond will carry over into Season 9 as Brett deals with the fallout from her recent family issues. As you'll recall, she reconnected with her birth mother,
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Cuomo made the announcement on his show “Cuomo Prime Time” on Wednesday night while speaking with his brother, New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo.
“It’s very rare for a family to be one-and-done,” he said. “Cristina now has Covid. She is now positive and it just breaks my heart. It is the one thing I was hoping wouldn’t happen, and now it has.”
Cuomo revealed on March 31 that he had contracted Covid-19, and had quarantined
NBC's new streaming service, Peacock, won't be available to everyone until July, but it got potential subscribers pumped Wednesday night when it released a slew of trailers released for all the original series on deck. Whether you're looking to get nostalgic with Saved by the Bell and Punky Brewster
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NBCUniversal is joining the growing ranks of new streaming services, including -- but definitely not limited to -- Apple TV+, Disney+, HBO Max, and Quibi. The ad-supported service, Peacock, which launched on April 15 exclusively for Xfinity customers and will become widely available this summer, not
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Alright, everybody start shutting up: A.P. Bio is officially back for another semester.
After getting the axe at NBC, the Glenn Howerton-led comedy returns for Season 3 on the new Peacock streaming service later this year. In a newly released trailer — which you can watch below — Howerton’s unapologetically rude high school teacher Jack and his signature chunky sweaters are back, and everything at Whitlock High seems to be just how we remember it. Patton Oswalt’s Principal Durbin is still hapless (the poor guy can’t even answer a phone), the overworked teachers are still happy for any distraction,
Chicago Fire wrapped up its coronavirus-truncated eighth season on Wednesday with an episode that clearly wasn’t meant to be the season finale, but still left viewers with some big questions, mainly: Is Foster leaving ambo behind?
After getting some praise from Chicago Med‘s Will last week, Foster reveals to Stella that she wants to go back to med school. In fact, she’s already reapplied to Northwestern and has an interview coming up, but she’s worried about abandoning Brett during a difficult time. Stella says she can’t tell her what to do, and the person she
Nancy Drew‘s freshman season reached an early conclusion on Wednesday with a devastating reveal, a curious new clue and a haunting glimpse of the horrors still to come. Just another week in Horseshoe Bay, really.
Before we dive into our Q&a with Kennedy McMann, here’s a quick recap of what befell the Drew Crew this week: Nancy discovered that it was actually Lucy’s brother Joshua (aka her uncle) who murdered Owen, which she learned by reintroducing herself to Patrice as her granddaughter; George confronted Ryan about the damage their affair had on her ability to show affection,
We could all use a little Punky Power right now, and Peacock has some to spare.
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The 10-episode series — in which Soleil Moon Frye will reprise her title role — will follow a grown-up Punky, who is
Time out: You’re going to want to stop what you’re doing and check out a new teaser for Saved by the Bell‘s upcoming revival.
The first footage of the upcoming continuation series, which will launch on NBCUniversal’s Peacock streaming service, shows Mario Lopez’s A.C. Slater and Elizabeth Berkley’s Jessie Spano back in a Bayside High state of mind.
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In the modern-day revival,
“Gus, we’re home,” best bud Shawn declares in the first teaser trailer for Psych 2: Lassie Come Home, which will premiere… some day… on the upcoming Peacock streaming service.
As previously revealed, the TV-movie sequel sends Shawn (played by James Roday) and Gus (Dulé Hill) back to their old stomping grounds in Santa Barbara to help out an injured and spooked Lassiter (Timothy Omundson).
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Warning: The following contains spoilers for Wednesday’s Chicago Med finale. Proceed at your own risk!
Is Ethan and April’s cold war thawing on Chicago Med? During Wednesday’s makeshift season finale, the exes found themselves potentially on the verge of reconciliation. Meanwhile, two other pairs grew even closer as secrets were exposed.
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Let’s review the
Need to catch up? Read our previous Riverdale recap here.
Riverdale came back strong this week with another musical episode — but we’re still thinking about that surprise lip-lock, to be honest.
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The Stonewall saga is over (finally), but those creepy VHS tapes are still showing up on everyone’s doorsteps. (Guess it wasn’t Bret after all.
Make way for a potential new ship in Season 6 of Chicago Med. With Manstead officially over -- at least, for now -- the ex-lovers are off doing their own thing. Will (Nick Gehlfuss) has his new girlfriend Hannah (Jessy Schram) and now it looks like things are starting to progress between Natalie (
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Some quarantined Survivor fans might wish they were stranded on an island sans family right about now, but the grass, my friends, is always greener. By Day 24, the remaining 10 castaways are starving for some love from home, and tonight, we’ll see yet another Survivor milestone play out: the loved ones’ visit!
But the players have quite a surprise coming when not just one person shows up, but their entire families hit the Fijian beach. Grab yourself some tissues, it’s gonna get sappy.
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“The Masked Singer” took a breather this week, airing a special sing-a-long edition featuring performances by the show’s “Mighty Seven” finalists. That means, at least for this week, that none of the disguised celebrities were unmasked.
The competition returns next week, but for now, viewers were treated to some of the most memorable performances from the first 11 episodes of Season 3 — a long with lyrics and a bouncing mask, for fans to sing along.
The special also contained
Ready to feel super nostalgic? The first teaser trailer for Peacock's Saved by the Bell revival is here, and it's like they used some sort of crazy magic to drop us right back in the '90s -- we hope we never have to go back to 2020.
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With the pandemic and the unraveling of the global economy, the warped weather patterns spurring snowstorms in the Midwest and vicious tornados in the south, and the complete lack of sports goofs to fuel the internet’s viral video market, it’s no wonder that many Americans are streaming entertainment like it’s their day jobs.
And that’s no exaggeration. According to a new study from market research company OnePoll, while much of the country is waylaid by safer-at-home edicts, Americans are watching an average of eight hours of content per day after obtaining access to an average of four different streaming services.
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But what, exactly, are viewers hoping to get in exchange for their precious time?
One need look only as
If you've been sleeping on Steven Universe or Bob's Burgers or Big Mouth because they're animated, then you've been missing out on some of the best TV shows of the decade. Cartoons aren't just for kids anymore, and the 201os marked a renaissance for adult animation, delivering some of TV's ...
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Long gone are the days when cartoons were made solely for kids' Saturday morning viewing pleasure. Thanks to the likes of The Simpsons, Beavis and Butt-Head, and South Park, adult-oriented animated programs have been proliferating for quite some time, with favorites like Family Guy, Rick and
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Mrs. America, which debuted this week via FX on Hulu, is one of the most anticipated series of 2020. With a knockout performance from two-time Oscar and three-time Golden Globe winner Cate Blanchett, Mrs. America provides a sweeping view of the modern feminist movement, as it traces the story of the
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“Outer Banks” is built to move. From its opening scene, which finds a group of friends crashing a construction site, there’s something always pushing this new Netflix teen drama forward. In other shows with the glossy sheen that covers these pals, that momentum doesn’t always come organically. While the same is sometimes true for “Outer Banks,” even when it falls prey to some of its soapier instincts there’s a distinct kind of energy powering it through weaker tides.
It’s both surprising and heartening to see that in the thrust of this 10-episode season, some of the show’s best stretches are spent just hanging out with the Pogues as they drift somewhere offshore of The Cut, the stretch of islands off the North Carolina coast separate from its more economically advantaged neighbors. The main quartet at the center of “Outer Banks” is led by John B
Quibi announced that “Saturday Night Live” featured player Bowen Yang has joined the series “Trip,” a modern-day comedic take on Jane Austen’s “Pride and Prejudice.” Yang will star alongside the show’s writer and creator Joel Kim Booster as his witty best friend. Stephen Dunn, best known for his 2015 film “Closet Monster,” has also been slated to direct. “Trip” will be executive produced by Tony Hernandez and