Michael Douglas’ recent Golden Globe win for The Kominsky Method only adds more reason for why veteran A-list performers should make the leap to television. Al Pacino is next in line as he’s reportedly signed on to star in Jordan Peele’s forthcoming Amazon series, The Hunt. According to The HollywoodRead More →

Pig Destroyer are one of grindcore’s finest, but apparently their music is not for everyone — just ask the title character on CBS’ TV show MacGyver, as he and his cohort were tortured with the band’s track “The Bug” from the band’s 2012 album, Book Burner. The music blasts whileRead More →

It feels almost inappropriate to be talking so feverishly about HBO’s next series set in the Game of Thrones universe when the one currently on-air hasn’t even premiered its final season yet. But lo, the unyielding gears of commerce and franchise branding grind on regardless, and so news continues to roll out aboutRead More →

BBC America has confirmed April 7th for the premiere of Killing Eve’s second season. The Emmy-nominated series stars Jodie Comer as a trained assassin and Sandra Oh as a low-level MI-5 operative trying to intercept her. The eight-episode first season received rave reviews across the board, including here at Consequence, whereRead More →

We’ve seen a teaser, we’ve seen the episode titles, hell, we’ve even seen bits and pieces of the accompanying video game, but we had yet to actually know when we might actually see Stranger Things 3. Now that it’s officially 2019, Netflix has dropped a date for its popular sci-fiRead More →

If you were worried that Bandersnatch, the fascinating “choose your own adventure” episode of Black Mirror that hit Netflix on Friday, was a substitute for a proper fifth season of the sci-fi anthology series, rest assured. Ars Technia received a statement from Netflix today confirming that “season five will arriveRead More →

Just in time for its 10th anniversary, Parks and Recreation is heading to Comedy Central. The TV network will begin airing reruns of the hit series next month, kicking off with an all-day marathon on January 21st. Currently, Parks and Recreation is available to stream on Netflix, Hulu, and AmazonRead More →