It's really official now. Disney owns Homer, Bart, Lisa, and Marge Simpson. Disney has announced "The Simpsons" will make their first Disney appearance at their D23 celebration in August before the 31st season premiere Sunday, September 29. Read about it in the official Disney release below.
“Hostile Planet” wraps up their first season with the finale airing Monday, May 6 at 9/8c on Nat Geo. CineMovie has your exclusive clip that shows how dedicated the Emperor Penguins guard the eggs against the brutal cold of the Antarctic.
If you've watched National Geographic's show "HOSTILE PLANET hosted by Bear Grylls, then you know it's a hard watch. It beautifully captures mother nature at work, but it also shows the brutal side of wildlife. On the next show airing Monday, April 22 on Nat Geo, it's bats vs crocodiles. Guess who wins. Watch!
The OG Reina del Sur Kate del Castillo returns as the iconic Teresa Mendoza for a season 2 on Monday, April 22. Telemundo is giving fans a sneak peek by unveiling the "first act" on various platforms. Watch it below.
FOX is bringing back the Beverly Hills "90210" gang again for a limited series but they aren't exactly playing their original characters. Jason Priestley, JennieGarth, Ian Ziering, Gabrielle Carteris, Brian Austin Green and Tori Spelling are reunited to play a "heightened version of themselves" with an "irreverent" take, according to the announcement. Who's missing from the fray? Read on.
FX's #1 new series "Mayans M.C." has been renewed for a second season on FX. The new cable series averaged 8.2 million viewers per episode and the #1 one show among Adults 18-49, Adults 25-54 especially male viewers.
At first glance at the trailer, Netflix’s new series “Made in Mexico” may look like a Mexican version of “The Hills” or “Rich Kids of Beverly Hills,” but the reality stars say it’s far from the life of spoiled rich kids. While the show synopsis describes the nine stars as elites of Mexican high society, the show’s Roby Checa, Kitzia Mitre and Columba Diaz state otherwise.
CBS’ prime time schedule has always catered to white middle America but this fall, CBS is shaking up the network’s television line-up with some risky dramas and sitcoms. Loyal viewer’s hearts might stop when they get a look at CBS’ colorful palette.
On September 4, Kurt Sutter's spinoff to "Sons of Anarchy" comes to FX. A new trailer for "Mayans M.C." was released ahead of Sunday's Hall H panel at this year's San Diego Comic Con. The new preview lays out the focus of the new television show, and introduces us to the characters.
The first trailer for DC's "Titans" takes the horror route with a disgruntled boy wonder Robin who utters, "fu** Batman." Watch the new trailer for the first DC Universe show on their new streaming service, which may be worth getting that subscription.
Starz show Vida tackles issues of gentrification in East Los Angeles. The show's stars Chelsea Rendon ("The Fosters") and Carlos Miranda can relate to the controversial subject that displaces residences. The stars also tell CineMovie how
“Vida” is a half–hour drama series focusing on two Mexican–American sisters from the Eastside of Los Angeles who couldn’t be more different or distanced from each other. Circumstances force them to return to their old neighborhood, where they are confronted by the past and surprising truth about their mother’s identity. This illuminative series explores identity, culture, gender and sexuality through the lens of a Latinx family and their community.
"Vida" will return for another season next year. You can stream the compelling first season series now on the STARZ's app.
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