(PG-13: Language) “I feel like I’m on an iceberg floating away from my f***ing coolness.” Fully Formed Adults is a new comedy web series about three men in their 40s, and how they each refuse to grow up. The first episode is about Josh the teacher.
Marvel and Netflix continue their collaboration as Mike Colter takes on the role of the unbreakable Mr. Cage. While he may initially struggle with his badass new abilities, he eventually puts them to good use on the baddies of Harlem. Drops 9/30/16.
Sherlock Holmes’ modern adventures continue, but things will take a considerably darker turn. At least one of the season’s stories will involve a battle of wits with the sneaky murderer Culverton Smith. And maybe Moriarty. Please Moriarty. The show returns in 2017.
“Now who’s the villain Flash?!” My name is Barry Allen, and I messed up big time. Unable to let go of his tragic past, Barry uses his super speed to change his childhood. He got the present that he wanted, but he literally created a whole new world to get it.
A Netflix series which pays homage to ’80s sci-fi flicks like E.T. and Poltergeist, about a young boy who vanishes, and the community’s search for answers that leads to a web of government intrigue, and the discovery of strange supernatural forces. Premieres 7/15/16.
(Season One Spoilers) The second season of USA’s breakout hit explores the consequences of fsociety’s bold actions from last season, and who was and is really in control of the events in and around Elliot’s world.
Take a look at the new Lion Force crew and robots in the first full trailer for Netflix’s Voltron: Legendary Defender. If the cartoon’s tone and action seem familiar, that’s because its showrunners used to work on Nick’s sublime Avatar series. Form hype and hype!
Fox McCloud’s rival Wolf O’Donnell kidnaps him on Andross’ orders. Matthew Gifford’s funny and slick Star Fox fan series based is a labor of love that’s worth watching even if you barely know anything about the games.
(Season 5 Spoilers) Whether it was meant to prevent us from eyeing key plot elements, or it’s just a reflection of the show’s dark themes, the latest Game of Thrones trailer is so dimly lit that we recommend watching it with the lights turned down.