A dark fantasy about Jeoffry, a cat who fights demons, a poet, who is Jeoffry’s human confined to an insane asylum, and Satan, who schemes to end the world.
Hit it! The future is here! On Saturday, straight from San Diego Comic-Con, new details dropped about season 3 of Star Trek: Discovery and the big news is…the ship may not have ended up in the spot it was supposed to be. Remember when Burnham was really clear about the exact planet and time period in the season 2 finale? Well…it turns out they might not have arrived exactly where and when they planned. So, where are they in the timeline?
If the brooding piano in the opening of credits of Westworld always makes you feel like you’re watching the sci-fi TV equivalent of a depressing Radiohead song, then season 3 might suddenly seem like a different show. Not that it won’t be depressing, but, basically, that the show is no longer secretive about who is a robot Host and who isn’t. If the previous seasons were Radiohead, the new season is full-on Daft Punk. The season 3 trailer for Westworld was revealed on Saturday at San Diego Comic-Con, and because the Hosts are out in the real world now, the show feels like what would happen if Blade Runner was a giant war.
We all knew Natasha Romanoff was getting a stand alone film, but we were not prepared for the cast that would be joining Scarlett Johansson!
After Avengers: Endgame, Marvel fans have been eager to know what’s coming from the Marvel Cinematic Universe. And Marvel was ready, delivering a whole slate of films and television projects from the upcoming Phase 4 in Hall H at San Diego Comic-Con!
Marvel Studio appeared at San Diego Comic-Con to introduce us to some Eternals! The studio has announced a (stellar) cast, an official release date, and they dropped a logo!
One thing The Orville has always had on the newer Star Trek shows (and a lot of shows in general) is that you didn’t have to get a subscription to a streaming service to watch it. For two seasons, The Orville was old-school; all you had to do was have network TV and you could watch the Star Trek-ish show for free. But not anymore. Season 3 of The Orville will not air on Fox on live TV, but instead, be streamed exclusively on Hulu.
If you’ve read Snowpiercer or seen the film, you know it is not a tale for the faint of heart. So why not put it on television with the talents of Daveed Diggs and Jennifer Connelly driving it onward? There are always more terrifying depths to plumb, you know.
Carnival Row is shaping up to be a steampunk-elfpunk extravaganza. On Friday, Amazon dropped two new trailers for its upcoming fairy-centric saga at Comic-Con, and fans got a closer look at the series’ plot for the very first time.
The Rocinante is coming down for a landing! Or at least its crew is. Check out a preview of Season 4 of The Expanse, where we see a cautious Naomi Nagata taking her first steps out into gravity, on the newly-colonized planet Ilus.
If anyone was worried that Star Trek: Picard will be a depressing Trek series all about Jean-Luc drinking wine and being super-sad, don’t worry. It’s going to be awesome. And the new full-length trailer reveals that this series isn’t just a story about Picard walking around on Earth and feeling sad. This new series is the true — and hopeful — continuation of the story of The Next Generation era of Trek canon. (Which — wow — means Voyager too!)
The trailer will send chills up the spines of humans, Romulans, Borg and androids alike. Let’s very happily make it so.
Trailer after the jump
Did somebody say they wanted more Borg and androids in their new Star Trek? Because if you did, get ready for this: the new series Star Trek: Picard will feature not only the return of Jean-Luc Picard but also Mr. Data and…Seven of Nine from Star Trek: Voyager and Jonathan del Arco, you know the guy who played Hugh, the nice Borg drone in The Next Generation. This is not a fan-fiction fever dream. This is happening.
The Good Place panel opened with scenes from the upcoming fourth and final (sniff!!!) season, which apparently involved a bay elephant telling the secrets of the universe. With that out of the way, a panel made up of Ted Danson (Michael) Kristen Bell (Eleanor) Manny Jacinto (Jason) William Jackson Harper (CHIDI!!!), Darcy Carden (JANET! JANET!) and Michael Schur (Creator God) shared tales from the set and talked aobut saying goodbye to their characters. We’ve rounded up some highlights below!
Who watches the Watchmen? San Diego watches the Watchmen! On Saturday, HBO dropped a surprise Comic-Con trailer for Damon Lindelof’s upcoming adaptation of Watchmen, and it contains all sorts of clues and winks at the series’ plot.