Season five ended with Jake and Amy’s wedding and a cliffhanger about whether Holt will become NYPD commissioner; season six picks up right where five left off, with Jake and Amy on their honeymoon and the gang getting back together. swung from laudatory to derisive in record time, and after its poorly received second season, it seemed possible that the anthology series would never return.
But time truly is a flat circle, because 2019 is giving us not just a third season of , but a third season starring Mahershala Ali in three different timelines, playing a man who struggles to solve a case that eluded him as a young detective and continues to haunt him in his old age.
The return date for First Dates Ireland has been revealed.
The new series of the hit dating show will premiere on RTE 2 on Thursday January 10th at 9.30pm.
With the news that the show will wrap up after this batch of episodes, there’s hope that it’ll go out with a bang, and maybe, the possibility that some of poor Kimmy’s trauma will be resolved.
is witnessing the collaboration between director Patty Jenkins and star Chris Pine.
In my estimation, Pine is the best of the Hollywood Chrises due to his ambition and skill as an actor, and Jenkins perfectly understood the wry humor, vulnerability, and sense of an expansive inner world that Pine has at his best.
The TNT limited series sees the actor-and-director team collaborating on a wildly different work: a period piece neo-noir about a young girl (India Eisley) who finds herself on the trail of a gynecologist involved in the infamous Black Dahlia murder.
The news was announced on RTE2's Instagram this morning: The show sees single people from across Ireland come to the First Dates restaurant where they have a real blind date. A short teaser announcement was also posted to the RTE2 Facebook page over Christmas showing the programmes maitre d' Mateo Saina and restaurant staff.
Speaking of dating shows, applications are now open for Love Island 2019.
) is based on the Eisner-winning comics series written by Gerard Way (former leader of My Chemical Romance), which approaches the familiar premise of a dysfunctional superhero “family” (see also: X-Men, Fantastic Four) through an aesthetic lens that splits the difference between Tim Burton and Wes Anderson.
The Netflix adaptation looks to follow that stylistic direction as it introduces seven “gifted” children who were adopted by an eccentric billionaire and trained to save the world, only to splinter and drift apart as they entered adulthood. The Bodega Boys — Desus Nice and The Kid Mero — cultivated the best, messiest, most fun show on Viceland, where they talked Black Twitter memes and Kanye West in front of a full-size taxidermied bear.
future with a flurry of high-profile adaptations; Netflix will face serious challenges from a trio of new streaming services by Disney, Apple, and Warner Media; and the march of Hollywood’s A-list to the small screen has burst into a full-on sprint.