Loki — The Best Thing Since The Mandalorian?
If this riveting trailer is any indication, the upcoming Disney+ TV series Loki could well even surpass Wanda Vision and rank right up there with The Mandalorian. It’s all about Loki—the imperious God of Mischief—who, after absconding with the Tesseract, is a fish-out-of-water when he lands in a world of trouble with the bureaucratic TVA (Time Variance Authority). The all-new, original series debuts exclusively on Disney+ on June 11, 2021.
You’ll Be Stunned by the Most Popular TV Moms
This surprising list is not all a spoon full of sugar. You’ll be stunned by the number of “shady ladies” are on the list of most popular TV Moms on social media. Get a hint of who’s ranking below, and see the rest at ReallyRather.com.
I knew I was going to like Beartown, the HBO MAX limited series adapted from one of my all time favorite novels, by the outrageously talented storyteller Fredrik Backman. But I didn’t know I was going to go absolutely nutsy cuckoo over it. It’s one of the best things on television right now. The five-episode drama series was masterfully produced in Sweden, and is all the better for it. In US hands it may have been tarted up like a music video, sacrificing story, character and emotion in the process. Trust me, brave the subtitles and you will be utterly captivated by the bears of Beartown.
Barbie Girl Fashion Competition
It seems like everyone who’s anyone gets their own reality series these days — even if they’re not among the living. Now Mattel is making the most of its most famous brands, by developing a fashion design competition called Barbie Fashion Battle, focusing on designing clothes for Barbie dolls. And get this: Mission Control Media, who brought you Hollywood Game Night and Face Off, is behind it. You just never know…
The House Steve Carell Egged in ‘The Office’ is for Sale!
This just in from our dear friends at The Agency:
“Wanted to share the news with you of a new listing that fans of the hit TV show – The Office – will be sure to recognize! In Series 7, Episode 21 – “Michael’s Last Dundies” – Michael Scott and Deangelo Vickers (Steve Carell and Will Ferell) go house to house delivering office employees their Dundee nomination certificates. When the pair get to Toby Flenderson’s (Paul Lieberstein) home, instead of delivering the award, Michael yells out “Toby, you suck!” and throws eggs at the front of the house.
Listed by Farah Levi and Jessica Michalov of The Agency for $1.098m, the home features three bedrooms and two bathrooms across 1,505 square feet. It was built in 1941.”
Imagine Dragons Meets ‘It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia’
What happens when you mix one of our favorite alt rock groups (Imagine Dragons) with one of our favorite TV shows (It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia?) Check out this charmingly self-deprecating video Imagine Dragons made to promote their latest single.
New Series is Literally a National Treasure
Disney+ and Jerry Bruckheimer have long been eyeing a National Treasure TV series, and now it looks like they’re about to reach their goal. The streamer has finally given the green light to the series will focus on the same premise as the movies, with new, younger characters led by 20-year-old DREAMer Jess Morales. The series will be written by Cormac and Marianne Wibberley — who wrote the screenplays to the two Nicolas Cage movies.
Dick Wolf Fans Rejoice
There are those who can never get enough of the crime series creations from the remarkably prolific Dick Wolf. As if his Law & Order franchise weren’t a big enough hit, his FBI franchise is now burgeoning, with CBS giving the green light to a third series in the franchise, called FBI: International. The network also ordered new seasons of FBI and FBI: Most Wanted. Hey why mess with success?
Killing Killing Eve
It would be a bold move but perhaps (ulp!) Eve will finally succumb. It was recently revealed that the fourth season of Killing Eve, the award winning season on AMC/BBC starring Sandra Oh and Jodie Comer, will be its last. The final, eight-episode final season is slated to premiere in 2022. But don’t mourn the loss just yet… it’s rumored there are plans to develop a spinoff.
Calls — Dial Up Terror
Mark you calendar for Friday, March 18, because that’s the day a new, celebrity-stuffed, wildly creative and chilling series premieres on Apple TV+. Each episode follows a darkly dramatic mystery that unfolds through a series of seemingly average, unconnected phone calls that quickly become surreal as the characters face growingly unsettling experiences. The groundbreaking new series is told entirely through 12-minute phone conversations. It feature Nick Jonas, Lily Collins, Pedro Pascal, Rosario Dawson and many, many more.