With Mitch Hurwitz already at work on a movie that isn't the one Arrested Development fans want, Will Arnett is following suit with a Netflix comedy series that also will, sadly, not require Ron Howard's exposition. It's called BoJack Horseman, and it's set to premiere with twelve episodes streaming sometime in the middle of next year. Not to entirely disappoint, the series casts Arnett as the voice of a cartoon, whiskey-drinking, former sitcom star humanoid horse. Aaron Paul will voice BoJack's human friend, Todd, while Amy Sedaris will play Princess Caroline, an ex-lover and cat. A show involving elements of Breaking Bad, Strangers with Candy, Arrested Development, and drunk horses fucking cats. Has Netflix been tracking what we've been viewing or what?
The union boys down at Screen Actors Guild this morning announced the nominees for their 20th annual film and television awards, and it's looking good for 12 Years a Slave. Steve McQueen's slavery drama leads the group in nominations with four, trailed by August: Osage County, ... / Continue →
After an over six-year run, Showtime is bringing an end to its popular Duchovny Gone Wild series. The network today announced an end to Californication, the David Duchovny comedy that you may well have just found out is still on. That said, it's been growing its audience consis... / Continue →
Taking their understanding of "fantasy" beyond the staged reality of a professional skateboarder, MTV has set about making their own Game of Thrones of sorts. With Jon Favreau and Smallville creators Alfred Gough and Miles Millar, they're reportedly developing a show based on t... / Continue →