Here’s a bonus trailer (with no apparent release date for the movie) that half my Twitter feed was puzzling over last week. Fans of the late Terry Pratchett have been waiting for this one for almost a decade, and it looks like The Watch is finally going to debut early next year. It hits BBC America in January 2021. I know I am very late to the party (by like five years) but just started watching Grace and Frankie on Netflix and can I just say how wonderful it is to see amazing actresses like Jane Fonda and Lily Tomlin at the height of their powers? ComingSoon.net is a property of Mandatory, an Evolve Media, LLC company. Be advised that Kirkman promises the series will include the gory violence of the comics, plus “a little bit of spice.” Invincible will debut on Amazon Prime Video in 2021. Kate Mara stars as a teacher who begins an illegal relationship with her student. Don’t mind the dragon sightings. The Mandalorian’s second season is almost here, and a brand-new trailer for the show teases where the story is headed, alongside everyone’s favorite bounty hunter and … Based on the Ankh-Morpork City Watch police force from Pratchett’s Discworld series, The Watch stars Richard Dormer as Vimes and Lara Rossi as Lady Sybil Ramkin. Affiliate Disclosure: Evolve Media LLC, and its owned and operated websites may receive a small commission from the proceeds of any product(s) sold through affiliate and direct partner links. Anyone who has ever read Terry Pratchett’s work knows that the late author infused his wildly imaginative fantasy tales with a unique sense of humor. It was the subject of a 1994 miniseries (which King also wrote) on ABC that got a bunch of Emmy nods. Or is it just a really bad idea for a movie? I did like Gary Sinise as Stu Redman in the 1994 version but really looking forward to seeing what James Marsden does with the lead role. monitoring_string = "df292225381015080a5c6c04a6e2c2dc". We are a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program. The Stand remains one of King’s best novels, a massive tome with more than a hundred characters and intertwining plots. Is it a dark comedy?
A Teacher hits FX on Hulu (can we get less confusing names for your streaming output please, entertainment industry) on November 10th. Hey, how’s that for newly relevant?!
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Enjoy the videos and music you love, upload original content, and share it all with friends, family, and the world on YouTube. The upcoming BBC series draws from Pratchett’s Discworld novels. Wait for that moment when you realize who Fatman is supposed to be. On Friday, the CBS All Access streaming service dropped the first eerie trailer for "The Stand," a nine-episode miniseries adapting King's whopping, 1,000-page-plus epic. Members of the original cast of the long-running NBC series reunited on stage to recreate the 2002 episode “Hartsfield’s Landing.” I have to say, I loved this show during its first run and it was so comforting to hear the soaring theme song and see Toby, Sam, Josh, and CJ again. The Discworld series spanned 41 books. You can also watch the show’s full NYCC panel below.
The cast also boasts Whoopi Goldberg as saintly Mother Abagail and Alexander Skarsgård as villainous Randall Flagg. Lots of new trailers this week, including one I am extremely excited for: The new series based on Stephen King’s 1978 book The Stand, about a deadly pandemic that forces survivors to choose between good and evil factions.
Affiliate Disclosure: Evolve Media LLC, and its owned and operated websites may receive a small commission from the proceeds of any product(s) sold through affiliate and direct partner links. monitoring_string = "d254514d58fda348db17b12227af3867", Terry Pratchett’s The Watch TV Series Shows First Image, Sets Release, Nathan Mitchell Talks Inspiration for Black Noir's Weakness in The Boys, Norman Reedus Details COVID-19 Safety Protocols on The Walking Dead Set, The Falcon and the Winter Soldier Toy Confirms Wyatt Russell's Role, Flashpoint Comes to McFarlane Toys' DC Figures, by Grodd, Brian K. Vaughan Announces Open Casting Call For Amazon's Paper Girls. One of the characters in the trailer even remarks about someone who will “keep us safe in these uncertain times,” so. Is it satire? an Evolve Media, LLC company. You can check out the first look at the series below.