Onyx Collective’s new stellar legal drama, Reasonable Doubt is set to premiere on Tuesday, September 27 on Hulu. From executive producer Kerry Washington, Reasonable doubt is loosely based on the incredibly talented celebrity attorney Shawn Holley, and follows Jacqueline “Jax” Stewart, a premier criminal defense lawyer from L.A. as she battles the justice system while trying to deal with a breaking marriage and hardships of motherhood.Continue reading “The Cast of ‘Reasonable Doubt’ Discuss Inspiration, Collaboration, and Creativity”
The Woman in the House Across the Street from the Girl in the Window stars Kristen Bell, Michael Ealy, Mary Holland, Shelley Hennig, Cameron Britton, Christina Anthony, Benjamin Levy Aguilar, Tom Riley, and Samsara Yett. Bell also executive-produces the new limited series alongside Will Ferrell, Jessica Elbaum, and Brittney Segal for Gloria Sanchez Productions. Netflix has just shared an official teaser trailer ahead of the series’ premiere next month!Continue reading “Watch the Teaser for ‘The Woman in the House Across the Street from the Girl in the Window’”
Last week, the other NOCs convened a Roundtable to hash out their feelings about the cancellation of Almost Human. I did not join in because I wanted some time to sit with my thoughts about the show and contemplate what Fox was attempting to do this television season.
Best as I can figure, Fox was clearly fishing in somewhat uncharted waters. On one hand, sitcoms like Brooklyn Nine-Nine and Dads showed the network’s commitment to a tried-and-true comedy formula peripheral to the nerd media diaspora. In the case of the former, it worked like a charm. Brooklyn Nine-Nine, having won the Golden Globe for best comedy in its rookie season, will likely be a staple in Fox’s weeknight lineup for several seasons. I expect the latter — Dads — will end up on the chopping block soon enough (despite rumors it might survive to a second season).
As for Almost Human, I feel like it and another oft-discussed show on our beloved forum — Sleepy Hollow — represented much riskier forays in new TV content.
So the inevitable finally happened. After a season of steadily declining ratings and even more weeks of speculation. Fox finally pulled the plug on the J.J. Abrams-produced sci-fi series Almost Human. The show, which starred Karl Urban and Michael Ealy, was a popular one — around NOC HQ, at least — and will definitely be missed.
To bid the show a fond farewell, the Nerds once again took to the Roundtable to pay their respects.