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‘Ramy’ Season 3 is Officially Coming to Hulu

Ramy will be back for more. Hulu has officially renewed the streaming service’s original comedy/drama Ramy for a third season. The show, which was co-created by and stars Egyptian-American actor and comedian Ramy Youssef, just wrapped up its second season. Hot off the presses. #Ramy is coming back for season 3. pic.twitter.com/5V1EvcVLcn — Hulu – #HAHAwards (@hulu) July 9, 2020 Coming back for S3! Bless you @ramy @hulu ? pic.twitter.com/g6MWuuklKP — A24 (@A24) July 9, 2020 Hulu has or...
Tags: Comedy, Television, Movies, Drama, Mahershala Ali, New Jersey, Hulu, Rotten Tomatoes, American TV, Jerrod Carmichael, Ramy, Youssef, Hoai Tran Bui, Ramy Youssef, Ari Katcher, Ryan Welch

FX Inks Overall Deal with Pamela Adlon & Better Things Renewed!

FX inks overall deal with Pamela Adlon & Better Things renewed! FX made one of the best decisions in the network’s history when they first helped bring Better Things to life with co-creator, director and star Pamela Adlon and after four highly acclaimed seasons it has officially greenlit a fifth season and inked an overall deal with the Emmy winner at the center of it all, according to The Hollywood Reporter. RELATED: Mad Men’s Matthew Weiner Crafting Half-Hour Series at FX ...
Tags: TV, Movies, Los Angeles, Dave, TV News, Philadelphia, Hulu, Sam, FX, Pamela, Louis C K, Matthew Weiner, ComingSoon, Pamela Adlon, Eric Schrier, TV Premiere

Max Minghella to Direct ‘Shell’, A Horror Satire Set in the Health and Beauty Industry

Actor Max Minghella, who you may recognize from his work in The Social Network or The Handmaid’s Tale, made his feature directorial debut in 2018 with a pop-music fueled drama called Teen Spirit. Now he’s heading to HBO Max to direct his second feature, a horror satire called Shell. Get the details below. Deadline reports that Max Minghella, the talented actor/director and son of filmmaker Anthony Minghella (The Talented Mr. Ripley, The English Patient, Cold Mountain), is attached to direct S...
Tags: Hollywood, Movies, Hulu, Shell, Justin Simien, Anthony Minghella, Max Minghella, J D Dillard, Jack Stanley, HBO Max, Direct ` Shell, Max Minghella HBO Max, Direct Shell A Horror Satire Set

Woke Teaser Previews Hulu’s New Timely Comedy Series

Woke teaser previews Hulu’s new timely comedy series Hulu has released the first teaser for creator and cartoonist Keith Knight’s forthcoming timely comedy series titled Woke, featuring Lamorne Morris as his character experiences a new awakening when he has started acknowledging the social issues that surrounds him. This marks Morris’ first major series as the leading star after two year since starring in Fox’s New Girl. The series will be available for streaming on Wednesday, September 9. C...
Tags: Video, TV, Movies, San Francisco, Fox, TV News, Streaming, Hulu, Will Gluck, Morris, Keef, Elle Fanning, John Will, Lamorne Morris, Woke, Richie Schwartz

‘PEN15’ Season 2 Will Be Split Into Two Parts; Watch the New Teaser Trailer

One of Hulu’s best original shows is coming back this fall – and then again next year. PEN15, the hilarious series which features 30-something actresses Anna Konkle and Maya Erskine playing 13-year-old versions of themselves in junior high school opposite actual 13-year-olds, is returning for its second season later this year. But PEN15 season 2 will be split in half, with the first half of its 14-episode season premiering in September and the back half debuting sometime in 2021. PEN15 Seas...
Tags: Comedy, Drama, Hulu, Television, TV Trailer, Anna Konkle, Maya Erskine, Pen15

'Pen15' Is Going Back To Middle School In Cringey First Look At Season 2

The second season of Hulu's hit comedy will be split in two parts, with the first batch of episodes premiering in September.
Tags: News, Entertainment, Hulu

Mad Men’s Matthew Weiner Crafting Half-Hour Series at FX

Mad Men’s Matthew Weiner crafting half-hour series at FX After seeing his last series falter at Amazon Studios, nine-time Emmy winner Matthew Weiner (Mad Men) is reportedly heading to FX to develop a new half-hour mystery dramedy series, according to Variety. PB = PB || {}; PB.gptStandAlone = PB.gptStandAlone || {}; PB.gptAutoRefresh = PB.gptAutoRefresh || {'gptAds':[], 'gptStandAlone':[]}; admiralCookie = readAdmiralCookie(); googletag.cmd.p...
Tags: Amazon, TV, Movies, Amc, Fox, Netflix, Jon Hamm, TV News, Charles Dickens, Hulu, Mad Men, FX, Weiner, New Black, Amazon Studios, Matthew Weiner

PEN15 Season 2 Teaser Sets Premiere Date for September

PEN15 Season 2 teaser sets premiere date for September Hulu has released the first teaser for the upcoming second season of their hit comedy series PEN15, featuring Anna and Maya as they get ready for the Seventh Grade. The 14-episode new season will be divided into two parts with the first half set to arrive on Friday, September 18 while the final seven episodes is expected to be released sometime next year. Check out the video in the player below! RELATED: CS Video: Palm Springs Interview ...
Tags: Video, TV, Movies, TV News, Streaming, Anna, Hulu, Maya, Erskine, ComingSoon, Andy Samberg Akiva Schaffer, Jorma Taccone, Gabe Liedman, Pen15, Konkle, Maya Erskine Anna Konkle

The Quarantine Stream: The Movie Is ‘Hot Rod’, And It Likes to Party

(Welcome to The Quarantine Stream, a new series where the /Film team shares what they’ve been watching while social distancing during the COVID-19 pandemic.) The Movie: Hot Rod Where You Can Stream It: Hulu The Pitch: Rod Kimble (Andy Samberg) is a self-proclaimed stuntman who spends his days trying to live up to the legacy of his father, who he believes used to test stunts for Evel Knievel before the famous daredevil made the jumps himself. But he also hopes to prove his manhood to his step-f...
Tags: Comedy, Movies, South Park, Features, Dave, United States, Party, Hulu, Paramount Pictures, Snl Digital Shorts, Bill-Hader, Will-Arnett, Isla-Fisher, Frank, Ian Mcshane, Kevin

CS Video: Palm Springs Interview with Camila Mendes & Meredith Hagner

BEGIN SLIDESHOW CS Video: Palm Springs interview with Camila Mendes & Meredith Hagner ComingSoon.net got the opportunity to chat with singer and actress Camila Mendes (Riverdale) and Daytime Emmy nominee Meredith Hagner (Ingrid Goes West) to discuss their roles in the upcoming sci-fi comedy Palm Springs. Our interview can be viewed in the player below! RELATED: Palm Springs Trailer Starring Andy Samberg & Cristin Milioti PB = PB || {}; PB.gptStandAlon...
Tags: Video, Movies, Streaming, Hulu, Palm Springs, Lois, Cristin Milioti, Riverdale, Samberg, Chris Parker, Movie News, Camila Mendes, Meredith Hagner, Max Barbakow, Peter Gallagher Grace, Andy Siara

‘Candy’ TV Series: Elisabeth Moss to Play a Real-Life Killer in 1980s Texas

Elisabeth Moss, one of the best actresses of her generation, is set to play a real-life killer in a new TV series. In Candy, a limited series currently being developed by Universal Content Productions, Moss will play Candy Montgomery, a Texas woman who murdered her friend Betty Gore with an ax. After breaking into the mainstream with her portrayal of the timid-secretary-turned-eventual-advertising guru Peggy Olson on AMC’s Mad Men, Moss established herself as one of the preeminent performers...
Tags: Hollywood, Texas, Movies, Casting, Amc, Wes Anderson, Hulu, Candy, Alex, NICK, Elisabeth Moss, True Story, Robin, Moss, Scott, Lindsey

Amazon Prime Video Adding Individual Profiles with Separate Watchlists and Personalized Recommendations

Amazon Prime Video has a lot of problems with their user interface when it comes to easily accessing all the movies and TV shows available on the streaming service. But one of its biggest issues is finally being rectified. Starting today, Amazon Prime Video is making individual user profiles available, making it possible for multiple people in the same household with a single Amazon Prime account to have their own watchlists, personalized programming recommendations, and the ability to sustain ...
Tags: Amazon, Movies, Netflix, Hulu, Amazon Prime Video, Amazon Household, Fire TV Prime Video

‘Mad Men’ Creator Matthew Weiner Developing Mystery Dramedy for FX

Mad Men creator Matthew Weiner has a new show coming our way. Weiner is developing a half-hour “mystery dramedy” for FX, and beyond that, details are slim. The untitled show will be Weiner’s first new series since Amazon’s The Romanoffs, a show that had a great cast and a fun premise, but didn’t seem to generate much buzz. Variety is reporting that Matthew Weiner will write and executive produce a “mystery dramedy” for FX. And…that’s it! There are zero other details here, friends. But a new ...
Tags: Amazon, Comedy, Television, Movies, Drama, Amc, Hulu, FX, Variety, Weiner, Matthew Weiner, FX Productions, Kater Gordon

Elisabeth Moss to Star as Real-Life Texas Killer Candy Montgomery in New Miniseries

Elisabeth Moss to star as real-life Texas killer Candy Montgomery in new miniseries Universal Content Productions has announced that they’re currently in the process of developing a new limited thriller series titled Candy which centers on real-life Texas killer Candy Montgomery with Golden Globe and Emmy-winning actress Elisabeth Moss attached to portray the titular role. The project hails from Robin Veith and Nick Antosca, who previously worked together on Hulu’s critically-acclaimed minise...
Tags: TV, Texas, Movies, Wes Anderson, TV News, Margaret Atwood, Shirley, Hulu, Candy, Alex, NICK, Elisabeth Moss, Robin, Moss, Scott, Golden Globe

CS Video: Palm Springs Interview with Andy Samberg & Cristin Milioti

BEGIN SLIDESHOW CS Video: Palm Springs interview with Andy Samberg & Cristin Milioti ComingSoon.net got the opportunity to chat with Golden Globe winner Andy Samberg (Brooklyn Nine-Nine) and Cristin Milioti (Made for Love) to discuss their roles in the upcoming sci-fi comedy Palm Springs. Our interview can be viewed in the player below! RELATED: Palm Springs Trailer Starring Andy Samberg & Cristin Milioti PB = PB || {}; PB.gptStandAlone = PB.gptStandA...
Tags: Video, Movies, Hulu, Palm Springs, Neon, Golden Globe, Lois, Cristin Milioti, Andy Samberg, Samberg, ComingSoon, Chris Parker, Movie News, Max Barbakow, Peter Gallagher Grace, Andy Samberg Brooklyn Nine Nine

The Quarantine Stream: ‘Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves’ is ’90s Entertainment Worth Revisiting

(Welcome to The Quarantine Stream, a new series where the /Film team shares what they’ve been watching while social distancing during the COVID-19 pandemic.) The Movie: Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves Where You Can Stream It: Hulu The Pitch: It’s Robin Hood – for the ’90s! The legendary outlaw gets an origin story full of grit and nasty details – Robin Hood literally rubs horse shit on himself at one point – but also understands how to have fun. That’s more than can be said for the many attempts ...
Tags: England, Movies, California, Robin Hood, Jerusalem, Features, Nottingham, Hulu, Ridley Scott, Alan Rickman, Bryan Adams, Robin, Kevin Costner, Christian Slater, Michael Kamen, Scott

News Post: And/Or Furious

Tycho: Even to newly hatched larva still trailing the strips of their casing, “Formula 1” is probably an understood term.  It truns out there’s a bunch of Formulas, though, and in aggregate they create the fraught competitive pathway to the apex of the sport.  Then there’s Formula E, which…  I mean, it might be best to watch Hulu’s “And We Go Green.” Formula E is just incredibly wacky by comparison, very Designed and Game-Like.  You could, like… goose drivers’ cars through social media?  There’s...
Tags: Comics, Hulu, Tycho

The Quarantine Stream: ‘Chopped’ Fills That Food Competition Show Craving

(Welcome to The Quarantine Stream, a new series where the /Film team shares what they’ve been watching while social distancing during the COVID-19 pandemic.) The Series: Chopped Where You Can Stream It: Hulu The Pitch: There are three rounds. Mandatory mystery ingredients for each course. If your dish doesn’t cut it, you will be chopped. Why It’s Essential Viewing: Until recently, food competition shows had a reputation for being cutthroat television, edited for maximum drama and intensity. Th...
Tags: Movies, Features, Food Network, Hulu, Ted Allen, Alex Guarnaschelli, Chopped, Featured Stories Sidebar, The Quarantine Stream

10 Streaming Horror Movies to Watch on the 4th of July

(Welcome to Now Scream This, a column where horror experts Chris Evangelista and Matt Donato tell you what scary, spooky, and spine-tingling movies are streaming and where you can watch them.) Matt: According to the calendar, holidays are still a thing? Happy whatever, America! Now let’s all celebrate like I had to for my lockdown birthday…by doing nothing. Stay home. Cook some hot dogs over a flaming pile of dollar bills while blasting that Team America song or whatever you do on the 4th Of...
Tags: Cook, Movies, Horror, America, Reagan, Features, Brooklyn, Shirley, Hulu, Team America, Elisabeth Moss, Chris, Piper, John Carpenter, Matt, Ronnie

‘The Current Occupant’ Trailer: The Latest ‘Into the Dark’ Installment Uncovers a Political Conspiracy

Into the Dark is a great idea – a year-long series of horror films, released monthly, with each installment focusing on a different holiday. What could go wrong? Well, as it turns out, lots of things, because the majority of the Into the Dark installments have been disappointing. But the trailer for the latest – The Current Occupant – looks incredibly promising, so fingers crossed the series got one right this time. See for yourself by watching the trailer below. The Current Occupant Traile...
Tags: Movies, Horror, Washington, United States, Homeland Security, Movie Trailers, Jeh Johnson, Hulu, David Petraeus, Ramsay, Alston Ramsay, Into the Dark, The Current Occupant, Joshua Burge Julius Ramsay

Mandatory Streamers: Esmé Creed-Miles Returns as Hanna in Season 2

Mandatory Streamers: Esmé Creed-Miles Returns as Hanna in Season 2 Welcome to Mandatory Streamers, our column covering the best new streaming content coming your way every week! For the week of June 29, Esmé Creed-Miles returns as Hanna in the eight-episode second season of Amazon’s action-drama series adaptation where our titular heroine will finally get to know her ‘sisters’. Check out the best shows debuting and returning online this week as well as the latest renewal announcements below, ...
Tags: TV, Amazon Prime Video, Hanna, Ju-On: Origins, Mandatory Streamers, Netflix, Streaming, TV News, Unsolved Mysteries, Videos, Warrior Nun

Funny Or Die Series For Your Emmy Consideration

Check out FOD’s 2020 Emmy contenders!! The 72nd Emmy Award Show is only a few months away! For Your Consideration, here are some of Funny Or Die’s best — our Emmy contenders!! FUNNY OR DIE FOR YOUR EMMY CONSIDERATION UNDER A ROCK WITH TIG NORTARO Outstanding Short Form Variety Series Comedian Tig Notaro interviews famous people she’s never heard of. Hopefully Alexa can help her out. Watch Under A Rock With Tig Notaro: https://www.funnyordie.com/under-a-rock-with-t...
Tags: Tig Notaro, Humor, Mlb, Funny Or Die, Hulu, Alexa, Zach Galifianakis, Jim Brockmire, FOD

Huzzah! ‘The Great’ Season 2 is Coming to Hulu

The Great will continue its reign for a second season. Just two months after The Favourite writer Tony McNamara‘s historical satire series debuted on Hulu to positive reviews and a healthy response from content-starved quarantine viewers, the streamer has renewed The Great for a season 2. After all, Russia wasn’t changed in a day. What comes after the coup? Sure, we can look to history books to find out the truth of how Catherine the Great deposed Emperor Peter and rose to become the longest...
Tags: Comedy, Television, Movies, Russia, Hulu, Catherine, Peter, McNamara, Elle Fanning, Hoult, Matt Shakman, THE GREAT, Tony McNamara, Belinda Bromilow, Josh Kesselman, Tony McNamara Hulu

‘Groundhog Day’ TV Series in Development, According to Stephen Tobolowsky

OK campers, rise and shine: a Groundhog Day TV show is evidently in the works. Actor Stephen Tobolowsky, who played Ned Ryerson in Harold Ramis’s 1993 time loop classic film, revealed in a new interview that a Groundhog Day series is in development. Not only that, but Tobolowsky has agreed to reprise the role of Ned Ryerson (AKA Needlenose Ned, AKA Ned the Head) should the series actually make it into production. Read his quotes below. On the new episode of The Production Meeting Podcast (via...
Tags: Comedy, Television, Movies, Netflix, Sequels, Sony, Bill Murray, Hulu, Murray, Groundhog Day, Ned, Harold Ramis, Phil Connors, Stephen Tobolowsky, Tobolowsky, Ned Ryerson

Into the Dark’s The Current Occupant Trailer from Julius & Alston Ramsay

Into the Dark’s The Current Occupant trailer from Julius & Alston Ramsay Blumhouse Television and Hulu have unveiled the trailer for the latest installment in its monthly horror anthology series Into the Dark: The Current Occupant from Midnighters writer and director Alston and Julius Ramsay. The trailer can be viewed in the player below! RELATED: Mandatory Streamers: Celebrate Pet Appreciation Week With Into the Dark: Good Boy Trapped in a mysterious psychiatric ward, a man with no memo...
Tags: Movies, United States, Homeland Security, Jeh Johnson, Hulu, Jason Blum, Alston, David Petraeus, Julius, Blumhouse, ComingSoon, Barry Watson, Julius Ramsay, Alston Ramsay, Joshua Burge, Julius Alston Ramsay Blumhouse Television

Elle Fanning’s The Great Renewed for a Second Season at Hulu

BEGIN SLIDESHOW Elle Fanning’s The Great renewed for a second season at Hulu According to Deadline, Hulu has decided to renew creator Tony McNamara’s period comedy drama series The Great for a 10-episode second season. This renewal comes after over a month since the Elle Fanning and Nicholas Hoult-led series had debuted which was first previously intended as a limited series. RELATED: Hulu Orders New Seasons of Solar Opposites and Crossing Swords PB = PB || ...
Tags: TV, Movies, Russia, TV News, Streaming, Hulu, Catherine, Nicholas Hoult, Elle Fanning, Catherine the Great, Matt Shakman, ComingSoon, Sacha Dhawan, THE GREAT, Nicholas Hoult Mad Max, Deadline Hulu

‘Erased’ is a Supernatural Murder Mystery Anime That Demands to be Binged

(Welcome to Ani-time Ani-where, a regular column dedicated to helping the uninitiated understand and appreciate the world of anime.) Everyone wishes they could rewind time and fix their mistakes, hoping that by fixing just one thing, your entire life would be better. What if you could actually do it? What if you could pinpoint the exact moment things started to go wrong for you and your friends, and you could go back and prevent it all from happening? That’s the life of Satoru, a 29-year-old...
Tags: Movies, Child Services, Features, Netflix, Anime, Hulu, Ani, Satoru, ERASED, Kayo, Sachiko Fujinuma, Sachiko, Featured Stories Sidebar, Tomohiko Itou

The Quarantine Stream: ‘Freddy vs. Jason’ Brought Two Iconic Slashers Together With Silly Style

(Welcome to The Quarantine Stream, a new series where the /Film team shares what they’ve been watching while social distancing during the COVID-19 pandemic.) The Movie: Freddy vs. Jason Where You Can Stream It: Hulu and HBO Max The Pitch: Jason Voorhees from the Friday the 13th series and A Nightmare on Elm Street‘s Freddy Krueger finally meet face-to-face, and when they’re not battling each other, they’re brutally murdering a bunch of dumb teens played by people in their mid-3os. Why It’s Esse...
Tags: Hbo, Movies, Horror, Features, Hulu, Jason, Freddy, Crystal Lake, Freddy Krueger, Jason Voorhees, Netflix/Streaming Video, Featured Stories Sidebar, Jason Goes, Freddy vs. Jason, Ronny Yu, Freddy Krueger Robert Englund

Tubi Acquires Streaming Rights to The Joy of Painting

Tubi acquires streaming rights to The Joy of Painting For those looking for a more heartwarming form of entertainment, they may want to look into subscribing to Fox-owned streaming service Tubi as they have acquired the streaming rights to the fan-favorite art series The Joy of Painting with Bob Ross, according to Deadline. RELATED: Fox Corporation Acquires Tubi Streaming Service PB = PB || {}; PB.gptStandAlone = PB.gptStandAlone || {}; PB.gptAutoRef...
Tags: TV, Bob Ross, Streaming, The Joy of Painting, Tubi, TV News, TV Premiere

Amazon Prime Video Watch Party Lets You Watch Movies & TV Shows with Up to 100 People in a Virtual Room

Movie theaters still aren’t open, and most people aren’t too keen on sitting in close proximity with each other in front of the television. But in the middle of this pandemic, people have been taking advantage of spending time together virtually. Unfortunately, most of the major streaming services haven’t done much to help viewers connect with their friends online by allowing them to watch movies and TV shows online together. But now that’s changed: Amazon Prime Video has launched its own Watch...
Tags: Apple, Amazon, Hbo, Movies, Netflix, United States, Hulu, Amazon Prime Video, Variety, Watch Party, Gadgets/Tech, Netflix Party, Netflix/Streaming Video, Business and Industry News, Amazon Prime Video Watch Party, Amazon Watch Party

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