Teen Wolf Will Live on as a Paramount+ Movie

Teen Wolf MTV Series Returning as Paramount+ Movie

The new Teen Wolf movie catches up with a now-adult Scott as he returns to Beacon Hills at a time when a new dangerous enemy begins to reveal itself and its plans to bring darkness and evil into the world. As an Alpha, Scott’s compelled to rally his fellow werewolves—but also all of the other sorts of magical, shape-shifting beings he’s encountered in his adventures—in order to band together against their new foe, who’s like nothing they’ve ever faced before.

There’s no word yet on who else will return for the new Teen Wolf movie, or when it will hit Paramount+.


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Captain America’s Anthony Mackie Will Star in a Twisted Metal TV Series


Titane

Bloody-Disgusting has a new poster for Titane— Julia Ducournau’s follow-up to Raw.

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Two Witches

A witch tries to initiate her granddaughter in a spooky clip from Two Witches, premiering at the Sitges Film Festival this fall.


Devil in Ohio

Emily Deschanel, Sam Jaeger, Gerardo Celasco, Madeleine Arthur, Xaria Dotson, Alisha Newton, and Naomi Tan will star in Netflix’s adaptation of Daria Polatin’s novel Devil in Ohio, about a hospital psychiatrist (Deschanel) sheltering a mysterious cult escapee. John Fawcett, Brad Anderson, Leslie Hope, and Steve Adelson are attached to direct. [THR]

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Muppets Haunted Mansion

Yvette Nicole Brown, John Stamos, and Kim Irvine will cameo alongside Darren Criss, the late Ed Asner, Jeannie Mai, Danny Trejo, Chrissy Metz, Sasheer Zamata, Alfonso Riberio, Pat Sajak, Skai Jackson, Geoff Keighley, Justina Machado, and Craig Robinson in Muppets Haunted Mansion.

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The Outpost

TV Line reports the CW has canceled The Outpost after four seasons. A series finale is scheduled to air Thursday, October 7.

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Evil

The team reopens their investigation into the RSM Fertility clinic in the synopsis for “O Is for Ovaphobia,this week’s episode of Evil.

Ben, David, and Kristen investigate the RSM Fertility clinic – since so many of their past cases have led back to the ominous clinic.

Written by: Aurin Squire

Directed by: Stacey K. Black

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American Horror Story: Double Feature

Spoiler TV also has a synopsis for “Take Me To Your Leader, the premiere episode of American Horror Story: Double Feature’s second half.

A group of college students on a camping trip are swept up in a horrifying and deadly conspiracy decades in the making. Written by Brad Falchuk & Kristen Reidel & Manny Coto; directed by Max Winkler.

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Batwoman

Alice enters an uneasy alliance in a quick teaser for Batwoman’s third season.


Riverdale

The Mothman portends tragedy at the palladium mine in the trailer for next week’s episode of Riverdale, “Dance of Death.” He’s probably right.


I Know What You Did Last Summer

Finally, Amazon has released a trailer for its new I Know What You Did Last Summer TV series.


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Inventor of ‘The Game of Life’ and Prop Designer for Star Trek Dies at 99

Inventor of ‘Game of Life’ and Prop Designer for Star Trek Dies

“With a gift for anticipating and capitalizing on trends, developing consumer ‘must-haves’ across categories and working in a variety of media, Klamer’s products have been marketed by industry leaders in more than 60 countries on six continents,” the Toy Association said in a statement published online.

“He is perhaps best known as the originator of the modern The Game of Life, which in 1981 became part of the permanent Archives of Family Life at the Smithsonian Institution in Washington, DC, and is second in popularity only to Monopoly.”

Actor William Shatner posing with the phaser rifle designed by Reuben Klamer for Star Trek.

Actor William Shatner posing with the phaser rifle designed by Reuben Klamer for Star Trek.
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Klamer served in the Pacific theater during World War II, according to People of Play, and was tremendously proud of his service:

Mr. Klamer was born on June 20, 1922 to Romanian Jewish immigrants, Rachel (Levenson) and Joseph Klamer, and reared in Canton, Ohio. He studied social sciences at George Washington University and received a B.S. in Business Administration from The Ohio State University. Additionally, he completed electives in engineering at the University of Michigan after joining the U.S. Navy V-7 Program. A proud veteran, he graduated from the U.S. Navy Midshipman School at Northwestern University and distinguished himself in combat as an officer in the U.S. Navy amphibious landing forces in the Pacific during World War II.

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Klamer has four children, Pamela, Andrew, Jonathan, and Jeff, as well as three grandchildren, Jasmine, Cameron and Atlas, according to Legacy.com.

Doctor Who’s Least Threatening Dalek Knockoff Returns in a New Lost Story

Doctor Who Missing Story Galaxy 4 Remade for Animated Release

Set on a planet being thrown into an apocalyptic fight for survival as it is pulled apart by three orbiting stars, “Galaxy 4” sees the Doctor and his friends stuck in a conflict between two alien races that also find themselves trapped on the planet: an all-female warrior species called the Drahvin and a race of reptiles known as the Rills. As the Doctor finds his friends held hostage, and with time running out before the planet’s destruction dooms them all, he’s in a race to stop the Dravin and Rills from destroying each other first.

Most of “Galaxy 4” was lost in the BBC’s archival junking efforts, with just audio recordings, its third episode, and five minutes of its fourth having been recovered in the years since. But that main tale was not all this particular story had. It also introduced us to Who’s latest trundling pepperpot robot monster: the Chumbleys, a squad of translation robots used by the Rills in their attempts to negotiate with the Drahvin. While the Chumbleys weren’t quite meant to be as menacing as the Daleks, the design inspiration is definitely there, and… I mean, come on:

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Chumbleys weren’t even their actual name, it’s just what Vicki coined for them after hearing their incredibly silly chirruping noises as they hobbled about the place. There’s a reason the UK didn’t go through a wave of Chumbleymania in the mid-’60s, frankly. But maybe you will, when Galaxy 4 hits DVD and Blu-ray on November 15.


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Watch Rick and Morty’s Live-Action Garage Being Built From the Ground Up

Rick and Morty Live-Action Time-Lapse of Garage Set Being Built

The more tidbits that come out about the live-action shorts, the more it seems like the sort of project that Adult Swim might have been stewing on for a while before deciding to give it a go in this format.

Translating the whole of Rick and Morty to meatspace would be a gargantuan effort that might not really do the characters justice, but it would be very interesting to see chunks of the show’s multiverse spotlighted this way in the franchise’s future.

Rick and Morty is now streaming on Adult Swim’s website, as well as its app, and the show is downloadable on most streaming stores.


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The Lower Decks Mid-Season Trailer Promises So Much Star Trek Fun on the Horizon

Star Trek: Lower Decks Releases Fun Mid-Season Trailer

Well, that sure packed a hell of a lot into one minute and 20 seconds: the ensigns doing “those million little things that keep the ship goingincluding (“collecting weird space crap”), as well as bracing for impact, being blasted with radiation, specifying the difference between phasers and phaser rifles, dodging severed heads, and facing down aliens (looks like Boimler ain’t got time for the Borg, in an episode we can’t wait to see). They are Starfleet, and they never back down from a challenge! (Alas, that ballroom dancing contest is gonna have to be postponed.)

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The cast of the Mike McMahan-developed series includes Tawny Newsome (Ensign Beckett Mariner), Jack Quaid (Ensign Brad Boimler), Noël Wells (Ensign Tendi), and Eugene Cordero (Ensign Rutherford) as the scrappy quartet at Lower Decks core, as well as Dawnn Lewis (Captain Carol Freeman), Jerry O’Connell (Commander Jack Ransom), Gillian Vigman (Doctor T’Ana), Fred Tatasciore (Lt. Shaxs), Paul Scheer (Lt. Billups), and Carl Tart (Lt. Kayshon).

How are you liking season two of Star Trek: Lower Decks so far, and what are you hoping to see before this installment wraps up? The series, which has already been renewed for a third season, streams Thursdays on Paramount+.


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Star Trek: Prodigy’s New Trailer Asks ‘What Do Kids Need With a Starship?’

Star Trek: Prodigy Trailer: Kate Mulgrew’s Janeway, Star Trek Day

The series follows young friends Dal (Brett Gray), Rok-Tahk (Rylee Alazraqui), Murf (Dee Bradley Baker), Zero (Angus Imrie), and Jankom Pog (Jason Mantzoukas) as they escape a life of servitude under the villainous “Diviner” (played by John Noble), who has his eyes on the Protostar. Dragging unwilling companion Gwym (Ella Purnell)—who has ties to the Diviner’s plans for the Starfleet ship—with them on their adventure, the new crew gets ready to see the Delta Quadrant with fresh eyes as they escape the Diviner’s grasp and the threat of his robotic agent, Drednok, voiced by Jimmi Simpson. There’s even a glimpse of familiar species like the Kazon in the trailer!

Good thing Starfleet already has a captain more than familiar with the Delta Quadrant to help these unruly kiddos out, whether she’s holographic or otherwise! At least they eventually figure out how to arm the weapons systems… Star Trek: Prodigy will hit Paramount+ on October 28. After its run there it will eventually air on its original planned home of Nickelodeon.


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There’s Even More Live-Action Rick and Morty, and Oh No They Brought Pickles

Live action Rick and Morty Skits Refence Pickle Rick, Pilot

The second, C-137 (once again an actual reference, this time to the home dimension of the ‘main’ Rick in the multiverse), is a throwback to the original pilot of the show. Losing brain and bodily function on the floor after ingesting a mega-tree seed, poor Morty can do nothing as Lloyd digs into Rick’s “Rick and Morty forever, forever a hundred years” rant about their impending adventures.

Rick and Morty dot com, indeed. With the show’s latest season finale finally having dropped over the weekend after a considerable wait, we’re probably going to be in for the long haul getting to see more of the show. Time will tell if this is all we’re going to get of Lloyd and Martell’s riffing on the series, too, but hey—now that they’re out there in Rick and Morty’s multiverse the odds on them actually showing up down the line within the show rather than just for some fun little bumpers is much more likely than you’d think.


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Star Trek: Picard Season 2 Has Found Itself a Major Villain

Star Trek: Picard Season 2 Casts Borg Queen in Runaways Star


Malignant

Meanwhile, James Wan has fun with cameras, spatial relation, and architecture in the latest clip from Malignant.


Star Trek: Picard

Annie Wersching (Runaways, The Vampire Diaries) has been cast as the Borg Queen in the second season of Picard, taking over the role from Alice Krige (First Contact, Voyager season seven) and Susanna Thompson (Voyager seasons five and six).

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Peacemaker

James Gunn cast doubt on whether his Peacemaker series would receive a mere R-rating on Twitter, were it not a TV show on HBO Max.

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Midnight Mass

Netflix released a new poster for Mike Flanagan’s latest Netflix series, Midnight Mass.

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Roswell, New Mexico

KSiteTV has photos from “Goodnight Elizabeth, the September 6 episode of Roswell, New Mexico. Click through for more.

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Y: The Last Man

Yorick and 355 need a doctor in the synopsis for “Mann Hunt” airing on September 27.

Yorick and Agent 355 search for Dr. Allison Mann in war-torn Boston. Back in D.C., Jennifer hides the truth about Yorick from her political rivals. Written by: Tian Jun Gu Directed by: Mairzee Almas

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The Walking Dead: World Beyond

AMC has released a three-minute trailer for the second (and final) season of The Walking Dead: World Beyond.


Teenage Euthanasia

A teenager named Euthanasia brings her beetle-controlling mother back from the dead in two new trailers for Adult Swim’s latest series, Teenage Euthanasia.


Hellbound

Finally, ambassadors from Hell cast judgment on the living in the trailer for Hellbound, Yeon Sang-ho’s new “procedural drama” at Netflix based on a Korean webtoon.


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Star Trek Is Celebrating 55 Years With Live Music, Interviews, and News

Star Trek Day 2021 Announced: News, Interviews, More

Along with a panel with Gene Roddenberry’s son Rod Roddenberry examining the legacy of the Trek creator, the event will also include panels for each current Paramount+ Star Trek series: Discovery, Picard, Lower Decks, and Prodigy, as well as the upcoming Strange New Worlds, the prequel series focusing on Anson Mount, Rebecca Romijn, and Ethan Peck’s incarnations of Captain Pike, Number One, and Spock aboard the U.S.S. Enterprise. Given that earlier this year Star Trek’s “First Contact Day” celebration gave us trailers for both Discovery’s fourth season and Picard’s second, there stands a good chance we’ll see even more from those shows here, and likely more Prodigy too after its brief glimpse from San Diego Comic-Con. But Strange New Worlds getting its own panel as well gives us hope we’ll actually get to see something from this new show too, as if we didn’t have more than enough Star Trek to deal with right now!

What Star Trek news do you want to hear about on Star Trek Day? Let us know in the comments, ahead of the event on September 8.


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