Here is the first teaser of Lucky Hank
AMC extension has released the first teaser trailer of Lucky Hankthe new TV series that will star Bob Odenkirk (Breaking Bad, Better Call Saul).
To accompany the teaser also the official confirmation that the series will debut on AMC and AMC+ on March 19, 2023, with a first season consisting of eight episodes.
Told in the first person by William Henry Devereaux, Jr. (Odenkirk), Lucky Hank follows the exploits of an unlikely principal at a financially challenged college in Pennsylvania. Mireille Enos also stars as Lily, William’s wife and vice principal of the local high school. Just as Hank’s life begins to unravel, Lily too begins to question his journey and the choices he’s made.
Recurring guest stars on the series include Oscar Nunez (The Office) as the principal of Railton College where Devereaux works; Tom Bower (Die Hard 2) as William Henry Devereaux Sr, a distinguished retired academic; Kyle Maclachlan (Twin Peaks) as college president Dickie Pope; and Chris Diamantopoulos (Silicon Valley) as Tom Leska, an old flame of Lily Devereaux.
ABC reveals the protagonists of The Good Lawyer
ABC has officially announced that he will be developing a backdoor pilot that will air during the current season of The Good Doctor to introduce the show’s first potential spinoff, which will be titled for now The Good Lawyers.
The episode will air on March 5 and will bear the signature of David Shore and Liz Friedman, with a direction entrusted to Ruben Fleischer. The protagonists of the episode, and also of the potential series, will be Kennedy McMann (protagonist of Nancy Drew) and Felicity Huffman (Desperate Hoysewife).
In The Good Lawyer, Dr. Shaun Murphy (Freddie Highmore) seeks legal aid to win a case and entrusts himself to the young and promising Joni DeGroot (McMann), who is also afflicted with a disorder, which in this case is of the obsessive compulsive.
Joni is a newcomer to the law firm when she takes on Shaun’s case and has never wanted to be treated differently, but her symptoms have consequences for her personal and professional life, even if her attention to detail allows her to see cases from a different perspective.
Huffman will play the role of Janet Stewart, described as a highly respected lawyer, brilliant and characterized by great cunning. Janet has represented Dr. Aaron Glassman in some legal matters in the past. When Shaun declares that he wants Joni to represent him, she is forced to drop the case.
Here is the new extended trailer for Wolf Pack
Paramount+ has released the full trailer for Wolf Packthe new spin-off series by Teen Wolf which will debut exclusively on the streaming platform on January 28, 2023. Before going into the details of the news, we remind you that you can receive a preview and on time of all our News by subscribing for free to the Telegram channel to always be updated https://t.me/teleblogit. Based on the book series by Edo Van Belkom, Wolf Pack follows a teenage boy and girl whose lives are changed forever when a wildfire in California awakens a terrifying supernatural creature and prompts it to attack a freeway traffic jam beneath the burning hills. Wounded in the chaos, the boy and girl are inexplicably attracted to each other and to two other teenagers who were adopted sixteen years earlier by a park ranger after another mysterious fire. As the full moon rises, all four teenagers reunite to reveal the secret that binds them: the bite and blood of a werewolf. Written and executive produced by Jeff Davis, the series is part of the multi-year deal of Paramount+ with MTV Entertainment Studios. In addition to Davis, Joe Genier, Mike Elliott and Karen Gorodetzky are executive producers for Capital Arts. Jason Ensler, Sarah Michelle Gellar (who will also star) and Christian Taylor are executive producers.
Luther: The Fallen Sun will hit theaters in February
Netflix has released the first teaser trailer for Luther: The Fallen Sun, the long-awaited film that will continue the story of the series starring Idris Elba.
The platform also confirmed that the film will debut first in theaters on February 24 and arrive on Netflix on March 10.
The film will be directed by Jamie Payne and will have a script signed by the creator of the TV series Neil Cross.
In addition to the return of Idris Elba in the title role, the cast will also include Andy Serki in the role of the main villain, and Cynthia Erivo in the role of a new detective “rival” of Luther.
While remaining vague about what will be told in the film, to the microphones of Empire Magazine Idris Elba declared that the entire production is designed for fans of the TV series, but at the same time takes advantage of the most available to move the action more.
It’s really dangerous when you go from television to cinema and you have a stone’s throw at your disposal. You risk changing what the show is known for. I wanted to make sure that even if we had a bigger budget, [non distorcessimo] too much the parameters of Luther’s world, We amped up the action and amped up the stakes.
Dungeons & Dragons will become a TV series
Paramount+ has officially ordered the television adaptation of Dungeons & Dragonswhich will consist of a live-action TV series.
The pilot episode will bring the signature of Rawson Marshall Thurber (Red Notice), both as writer and director. To produce the ambitious project, which will be part of a new fantasy universe that will also include potential reality shows.
At Paramount+, the series Dungeons & Dragons will join Halo the video game adaptation, which was one of the streamer’s most popular original series throughout 2022.
Dungeons & Dragons (abbreviated as D&D or DnD) is a fantasy role-playing game created by Gary Gygax and Dave Arneson, first published in January 1974 by Tactical Studies Rules (TSR), a company founded by Gygax then transformed into TSR Hobbies which was acquired in 1997 by Wizards of the Coast, along with all rights to D&D; two years later, Wizards itself was bought by Hasbro. In part thanks also to an intense marketing activity, the branded products Dungeons & Dragons they made up over 50% of the RPG market sold in 2002.