IMDb’s new streaming miniseries is a bit of a nod to Dr. Katz Professional Therapist, though the therapist in this animated show only sees troubled monsters as his patients. Among the voices featured are Kelsey Grammer, Eric Stonestreet, Aparna Nancherla, Ellie Kemper, Patton Oswalt, Adam Pally, Amy Sedaris, and more.
When he’s not directing Thor movies or working on What We Do in The Shadows, director Taika Waititi is going back to his roots, making quirky and offbeat movies, with this satire about a young German boy who must rethink his beliefs when he discovers his mother is hiding a young Jewish girl from Hitler’s army.
(Spoilers) After helping Netflix launch its awesome catalog of original programming back in 2013, Orange Is the New Black is coming to an end. The final season spends more time outside of Litchfield Prison than ever before as one of the show’s main characters struggles to return to her “normal” life. Drops 7/26/19.
The new series from Danny McBride follows the insanity of world-famous televangelist family, and their lives of greed, abhorrent behavior, dysfunction, controversy, and occasional charitability. John Goodman and Adam Devine join McBride in this new HBO comedy that drops August 2019.
(PG-13: Language) From the minds of Amy Poehler, Natasha Lyonne, and Leslye Headland comes a Netflix series about a woman who keeps experiencing the same night over and over again, resulting in her death every time. So she sets about trying to last longer and longer.
Richard is still a nervous wreck, Jared is still clueless, Gilfoyle is still a snarky a-hole, Dinesh is still Dinesh, and somehow Pied Piper is still a thing in the new season of HBO’s awesome comedy. But now that Erlich is gone, expect some big – and potentially hilarious changes.
Matt Damon, Christoph Waltz, Hong Chau, and Kristen Wiig star in director Alexander Payne’s (Sideways, About Schmidt) sci-fi social satire about a world in which overpopulation is solved by shrinking people down to to about 3 inches tall, where they live in an idyllic, but teensy world.
A frustrated artist builds himself a maze out of cardboard boxes, and ends up with something that works much like a TARDIS – it’s much bigger on the inside. We’re getting a Being John Malkovich kind of vibe off of Bill Watterson’s offbeat comedy. Screening dates here.
(PG-13: Language) From writer and director Nick Stoller (Forgetting Sarah Marshall, Neighbors, Yes Man) comes a Netflix series about a group of friends from Harvard reuniting in their late 30s. Starring Keegan-Michael Key, Colbie Smulders, and Fred Savage. Premieres 7/14/17.
(PG-13: Language) Drew Barrymore and Timothy Olyphant star in this Netflix original series, a dark comedy about two ordinary real estate agents whose lives get turned upside down when one of them wakes up as a zombie – and is much happier that way. Drops 2/3/17.
(PG-13) Key and Peele move on from the small screen with the first of several movies they have in the pipeline. Two ordinary guys find themselves in a world of trouble as they infiltrate a gang to recover their stolen kitten. It’s like John Wick, but without the actual Keanu.
Pee-Wee Herman is back! And this time, he’s on Netflix! The wide-eyed, bow-tied manchild we know and love is headed to the streaming service this March 18, as he heads out on an epic vacation adventure. In other news, Paul Reubens has discovered the fountain of youth.
A humorous look at the day in 1970 when Elvis showed up unannounced at the White House, and asked to visit with President Nixon. Stars Michael Shannon as The King, and Kevin Spacey as Tricky Dick, so yeah, we’re watching this one when it hits theaters this April.
Do your best Blue Steel and celebrate the return of the dopiest male models ever. But this time, they’re old and lame, as fashion always moves on. Still they find their way to the runway as they must stop a killer who’s taking out the world’s most beautiful people. Yeah.