Apple TV+ has just shared the teaser trailer and premiere date for WeCrashed, which is a new limited series based on the Wondery podcast WeCrashed: The Rise and Fall of WeWork. The talented cast includes Jared Leto, Anne Hathaway, Kyle Marvin, America Ferrera, and O-T Fagbenle. The first three episodes will premiere on March 18.Continue reading “Check Out the Teaser Trailer for ‘WeCrashed’ Starring Jared Leto and Anne Hathaway”
Will Ferrell and Paul Rudd star as Marty and Dr. Ike in The Shrink Next Door. The highly anticipated limited series is inspired by true events and an original podcast of the same name. The first three episodes premiered globally on Apple TV+ on Friday, November 12. One new episode is being released weekly, every Friday. Ferrell and Rudd both also serve as executive producers on the project.Continue reading “Will Ferrell and Paul Rudd Talk ‘The Shrink Next Door’ on Apple TV+”
Because I cannot wait for Kate —
Apple kindly drops Dickinson Season 3 —
The final part of Emily Dickinson/Hailee Steinfeld’s quest for Self —
Directed by acclaimed visionary Kim Jee-woon and based on the popular Korean webtoon Hongjacga, Dr. Brain follows a brilliant neuroscientist Sewon (Lee Sun-kyun) who suffers a personal tragedy when his family falls victim to a mysterious accident.Continue reading “Director Kim Jee-woon Says ‘Dr. Brain’ is Based on Science”
Mimi Leder serves as an executive producer and director on the acclaimed and award-winning Apple Original drama The Morning Show. Season two premiered Friday, September 17 on Apple TV+ and new episodes are released weekly, every Friday.Continue reading “NOC Interview: Mimi Leder on Apple TV+’s ‘The Morning Show’”
Here at The Nerds of Color, we have been blessed to get very special opportunities to talk to some of the biggest and brightest names in showbiz today. But few come bigger and brighter than Mr. Joseph Gordon-Levitt!Continue reading “Talking ‘Mr. Corman’ with Joseph Gordon-Levitt”
Apple TV+ just released the season two trailer for See. The cast of the action-packed, post-apocalyptic drama series includes Jason Momoa, Dave Bautista, Alfre Woodard, Eden Epstein, Tom Mison, Hoon Lee, Olivia Cheng, David Hewlett, and Tamara Tunie. The new season will be a total of eight episodes and debut globally on Friday, August 27 with the first episode. New episodes will be followed followed weekly, every Friday.Continue reading “Check Out the Official Trailer for ‘See’ Season 2”
Jon Stewart is coming back to television for his own AppleTV+ series, The Problem With Jon Stewart. The new one-hour, single-issue series is set to discuss today’s current events, including Stewart’s advocacy work. Basically, Stewart is back to talk about the issues in a humorous way, similar to how he did on Comedy Central’s The Daily Show.Continue reading “Teaser for Jon Stewart’s New AppleTV+ Series Parodies Billionaire Space Race”
We continue to bust bossman Keith’s chops for having amazing guests and interviews while he says stuff like he has no clout and Brandon shows off his colorful accent wall.Continue reading “FDI Cast 113: The Accent Wall”
Loren Bouchard and Nora Smith are the creators, writers, and executive producers of Central Park season two alongside Josh Gad. The animated musical comedy series first premiered last May and is produced by 20th Television for Apple. It has also been recognized with an Emmy Award nomination for star Leslie Odom Jr., as well as an NAACP Image Award nomination in the Outstanding Animated Series category. The complete first season of Central Park is now streaming on Apple TV+.Continue reading “NOC Interview: Loren Bouchard and Nora Smith Tease ‘Central Park’ Season 2”
Pokémon UNITE, TiMi Studios and The Pokémon Company’s free-to-play, multiplayer online battle arena video game for Android, iOS, and Nintendo Switch, is set to release in July and the details continue to showcase what a unique title it’s set to be. The game’s beta, released in Japan, runs from June 24 to 26 and allows players the opportunity to experiment with the game’s mechanics hands-on.Continue reading “More ‘Pokémon UNITE’ Details + Hands-On Gameplay Footage”
The one and only Keith Chow stops by to talk toys and make sure we’re behaving.
We pay tribute to the boss man, The Real Chow.
Brandon has the best post second dose story ever.
Brandon gets shit done, Jamie gushes over Master Z, and the crew figures out what their Fast and Furious Family cars would be.
We turn our critical eye to the most important cinematic achievement of this century, Godzilla vs Kong.
Despite our best interests, we caved and watched the Snyder Cut of the Justice League movie. All four damn hours of it. Here’s our review.
Brandon popped the question! Here’s how it went down.
We talk about Gina because we were big supporters of her initial inclusion in The Mandalorian cast and now we definitely are not. How do we fandom when some of your faves suck?
We discovered the secret to how Leica stays in business even with the interchangeble lens camera market crashing down around us.
For our very own holiday special, we review season 2 of The Mandalorian.
Production note, the audio is quite bad in this one because Jamie is working with a rental PC and couldn’t figure out how to get his multiple audio interfaces to work with the machine. Also, no intro or outro because those files are on a drive formatted for Mac OSX. So, you know, fuck everything.
It’s a quick holiday catch up because, well, no one’s doing shit right now. Also, Brandon has a really real job so he needs to sleep.