From the minds behind "Broad City", Ilana Glazer and Paul W. Downs have developed a new mini-series for Comedy Central, set to premiere April 20, 2016. The series is set to be a three-part series, airing the following days after the premiere on April twentieth. Directed by Lucia Aniello, "Time Traveling Bong" centers on two cousins, played by Ilana Glazer and Paul Downs, who discover a time-traveling bong and ride high as they blaze through time. Their buzz is killed when the bong breaks and the cousins are forced to bounce around the space time continuum, learning to appreciate there’s no time like the present.
I'm not usually the type to take an overwhelming amount of time watching every episode from a show, normally I'll take a couple hours here and there and catch up on Netflix or buy a season on DVD. Binging on TV isn't something that I can normally do after you get married and have kids; your time tends to be stretched much thinner at that point, so in the last 5 years I've always been playing catch-up on many shows. Sometimes I'm even a couple seasons behind of shows, Doctor Who being a prime example. I started watching Christopher Eccleston portraying the Doctor while Matt Smith was the current Doctor. So a normal 'binge' of a show tends to be dependent on how long my 3 year old son happens to nap.
Vampires, for the most part, have always been successful on the small screen (as well as on the silver screen). In most recent years, we've had True Blood, The Vampire Diaries, The Originals, and Penny Dreadful just to name a few. Prior to that, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Angel, Forever Knight, and even Dark Shadows proved that no matter what decade we were living in, viewers were interested in vampires. Maybe that's why we found the premature cancellation of three exciting vampire shows disappointing. We knew that, given a chance, these three programs could have grown into phenomenons.
For months now it seems as though one of my favorite comic characters has been having trouble getting traction -- honestly, he's been stalling out. Iron Fist was originally intended to be a part of Marvel's four-part Defenders build-up including Daredevil, Jessica Jones & Luke Cage. Daredevil was met with incredible success and as it seems Jessica Jones is off and running and everything looked great for Marvel's venture onto Netflix.
*The Film isn't called "The Adventure Begins". *
So, I'm here to make a sad announcement. Sunday, November 1st, 2015 in the afternoon I, Matthew Bailey, watched my very first episode of The Walking Dead from beginning to end.
I have been having a general chat and FRIENDS came up! Chandler, Monica, Rachel, Joey, Phoebe and Ross were all the main characters and there is a load of us wanting to see them come back together one last time! Phoebes crazy comments are deeply missed. They are unique and original and we want to see more! How are Monica and Chandlers children? Have they grown up well? Well we hope. How is Ross and Rachel's daughter Emma. Hopefully she is fine. Also Ben we assume that he is living well.
1984 is a British dystopian drama film based on George Orwell’s famous novel. Written and directed by Michael Radford, it follows the dreaded life of Record Department clerk Winston Smith in Oceania, a country under totalitarian rule and constant surveillance of the Thought Police.