A five-episode animated miniseries that introduces us to Final Fantasy XV‘s main characters: Noctis, Prince of Lucis, Gladiolus, a fellow noble, Ignis, a military tactician, and Prompto, a carefree commoner. It’s standard anime fare, but it does its job.
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DreamWorks has revived the classic anime as a Netflix-exclusive series. Voltron: Legendary Defender is a reboot featuring the Lion Force Voltron and will supposedly flesh out each of the pilots, including Princess Allura. The first season premieres 6/10/2016.
HBO’s satirical comedy series continues Pied Piper’s roller coaster ride. Richard has been kicked out of the company that he started, but he still has his crew on his side. Unfortunately for him, the man who’s replacing him as CEO has a proven track record. Premieres 4/24/16.
The CW’s latest entry in the DC universe could be the best of the bunch. Legends of Tomorrow combines elements of action and sci-fi as a time traveler assembles a motley crew of heroes to take on an evil supervillain hellbent on the end of humanity. Premieres 1/21/16.
Adult Swim has once again teamed with creator Genndy Tartakovsky to relaunch the awesome animated series Samurai Jack. The show will return with an all new season in the Toonami block sometime in 2016. Though it’s only a 5-second tease, it gave us a full-on nerdgasm.
Our first look at AMC’s adaptation of Garth Ennis’ classic comic book series. Preacher tells the tale of Jesse Custer, a priest who accidentally acquires divine powers and uses them to hunt God, who has abandoned Heaven. Yep, this one’s going to get a lot of hate mail.
(PG-13 Language) Vanity Fair reached out to talk show hosts Jimmy Kimmel, Conan O’Brien, John Oliver, Seth Meyers, Bill Maher, Trevor Noah and James Corden to offer up some pointers to Stephen Colbert as he prepares for his Late Show debut tonight. Say, where’s Fallon?
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