(Photo by Frank Ockenfels/AMC)FALL 2019 TV SURVEY: TV Shows That Defined the 2000sFor Rotten Tomatoes’ annual Fall TV Survey, we asked thousands of our users what they’re most looking forward to in the coming TV season and to reflect on the best shows from seasons past.Ah, the aughts. Will we one day look back on the decade as a simpler time, when a school teacher becoming a meth dealer was the height of entertainment?Probably, yes, according to Rotten Tomatoes users, who voted Breaking Bad the show that defined the decade s television entertainment with 61% of the vote. The Bryan Cranston–led series was followed by The Office with 47% of the vote, and The Sopranos with 45%.Which TV star ruled in the decade? Fans bestowed that honor on the late, great James Gandolfini for his role as Tony in The Sopranos. Gandolfini received 18% of the vote. Steve Carell followed with 17% of the vote, and Tina Fey grabbed third position away from Jon Stewart 7.96 percent to 7.56 percent.Disagree with the survey results? Tell us in the comments who you think should have made the list or have been ranked higher. eloping a new Zorro series for NBC, with Zorro now a female named Sola Dominguez, an artist who fights against social injustice and angers local mobsters when she exposes their crimes. Modern Family alum Sofia Vergara will be an executive producer on the project. (Deadline)Friends star Matthew Perry has released a limited time collection of Chandler Bing-themed t-shirts to raise money for the World Health Organization’s COVID-19 relief efforts. Mugs, hats, and hoodies are also available in the “Could this BE any more of a Matthew Perry merch store?” store.Ava DuVernay and former Arrow writer and executive producer Jill Blankenship are developing a CW series based on the DC comic book heroine Naomi, a black teen girl in Oregon with superpowered abilities who finds out she us from another world and was sent to Earth by her parents, who wanted to protect her from a serial killer. The Naomi comic was created by David F. Walker and Brian Michael Bendis, and drawn by Jamal Campbell.NBC is developing Hope Café, produced by Mayim Bialik and Damon Wayans Jr. The comedy is based on Sip of Hope, a Chicago coffee house where 100 percent of the proceeds support suicide prevention and mental health education. In the series, the titular shop is a community hangout where the baristas are also trained as mental health counselors. (Deadline)(Photo by HBO)A True Blood reboot – so far, minus any of the original cast – is in early development at HBO, with original series creator Alan Ball attached as an executive producer and Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa (Riverdale) and Jami O’Brien (NOS4A2) attached to write the script and executive produce. (Variety)Another reboot on the way: iCarly, with original cast members Miranda Cosgrove, Jerry Trainor, and Nathan Kress to return. The series will stream at Paramount+ (still known as CBS All Access until next year). (TVLine)Samuel L. Jackson, Hugh Grant, Lisa Kudrow, Kumail Nanjiani, Tracey Ullman, Leslie Jones, and Cristin Milioti will guest star on Death to 2020, a documentary-style Netflix special from Black Mirror creators Charlie Brooker and Annabel Jones, that pairs the celeb voices with real footage from the dumpster fire that has been 2020.Jessica Simpson is teaming with Amazon to create an unscripted and a scripted series based on her New York Times bestselling 2020 memoir, Open Book.On an Apple device? Follow Rotten Tomatoes on Apple News.
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(Photo by Marvel Studios)After so much speculation, actor-endorsed blind alleys, and examinations of the kitchen sets, WandaVision drew to a close the only way it could. And while that may leave some hoping for certain cameos disappointed, the lingering questions will continue to fuel our speculation about the overall Phase 4 story for sometime. WandaVision may have seen its series finale, but the Marvel Cinematic Universe continues. Let s take a look at the program s contributions to the MCU s ongoing tale.Spoiler Alert: This article reveals details from WandaVision episode 9 “The Series Finale.” Stop here if you have not watched the episode.The Scarlet Witch Was Foretold in The Darkhold — or Was The Darkhold Waiting for a Victim?(Photo by Suzanne Tenner/Marvel Studios)Suggesting the book in Agatha s (Kathryn Hahn) basement was The Darkhold may be our only correct guess during the series, but we ll take it. The book is an immensely powerful tome, as we previously discussed, and a key object for any of Marvel s magic users to obtain. But Agatha added an interesting wrinkle by telling Wanda (Elizabeth Olsen) the Scarlet Witch has a whole page devoted to her. It declares she will end the world.The series seems to agree with The Darkhold as Wanda s powers grew exponentially this week and looked quite destructive. Then there s Wanda s style as the Scarlet Witch. While we re sure fans are happy to finally see her with a costume inspired by the late, great Jack Kirby — seriously, we love Kirby s penchant for thrilling headgear — it looks far more like a villain s get-up than that of an Avenger.But, perhaps, that is the point. If Wanda s abilities are as dangerous as The Darkhold suggests, then Wanda still has quite a struggle ahead of her to combat the more impulsive and destructive aspects of her soul. Look at the way she initially strangled the Westview residents when they confronted her. That was instinct. And though Wanda released them and removed the Hex, the final shot of her reading The Darkhold sure feels like a clear indication that she will be Doctor Strange s (Benedict Cumberbatch) opponent in Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness. Or, at least, he ll have to battle the Scarlet Witch even as Wanda fights against her from inside.Maybe we ll even get a recreation of The Patty Duke Show during the film.Now that The Darkhold is an artifact in the MCU, it still leaves us wondering about Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. and its role in that series. Considering that series firmly established the book corrupts all who read it, will it be the true source of the Scarlet Witch s desire to end all things?Was It Ralph All Along?(Photo by Marvel Studios - episode 105)Though WandaVision s plot, and Wanda s powerset, always seemed like a great opportunity to introduce the Mutants into the MCU — Wanda s ties to the X-Men are almost as strong as her association with the Avengers — the hoped for moment was dispelled once Monica (Teyonah Parris) looked at a Water and Power statement addressed to one Ralph Boehner (Evan Peters) and one of his headshots. The fake Pietro was an actor all along! He was also Agnes s never-seen husband Ralph. Honestly, it s a nice tying of the bow as any other explanation for the guy (short of another reality s Pietro Maximoff) would require a lot of screentime.But, of course, it means no X-Men related revelations occurred in the series as a whole. And in the last month, speculation about certain cameos ran rampant. We participated, of course, and until we saw Wanda s father, Olek (Daniyar), last week we started to wonder if, perhaps, Ian McKellan would appear as Magneto at the last second just for Wanda to ask Papa? as the screen turned to black.Such a scene is still possible in some other project, of course.Unfortunately, much of the cameo game turned out to be a joke on the part of Paul Bettany, who admitted earlier this week that he was referring to himself as The Vision (more on that in moment) and not some truly earth-shattering special appearance.(Photo by Marvel Studios)Which leads to a question: Is WandaVision lesser for not having that shocking cameo? We ve striven to let the show s text guide us in our ponderings — even when it led us away from the Agatha Harkness fan theory. And while we always suggested Wanda s powers could give us the X-Men — and used the Kick-Ass joke as evidence — we re not exactly sad they didn t appear. The one thing we ve definitely held onto was Wanda s grief as the reason for the Westview Anomaly. And though the show ended on a more melancholy note than we expected, we re satisfied with the resolution to the mystery presented in the first three episodes.Those expecting Mephisto may not be so satisfied. But hope for the Devil springs eternal and Billy (Julian Hilliard) and Tommy (Jett Klyne) shouts in the last moments of the end-credit stinger should fuel the further possibility of his eventual arrival. With The Darkhold, the Dark Dimension, and a Mutliverse of madness in play, he is — like Thanos — inevitable. But he may, ultimately, have nothing to do with the twins continued existence.Vision vs. The Vision: Which Is Which?(Photo by Marvel Studios)As in the comics, the use of the definite article in regard to Vision (Bettany) is inconsistent. To be sure, he is often addressed as The Vision on comic book covers and in stories, but characters just as often drop the as he becomes more than a title — an interchangeability he shares with the Batman, oddly enough. But in the program s final cast list, it credits Bettany as both both Vision and The Vision, using that grammatical option as a way to differentiate the Vis we grew to love over the course of the series and the reanimated corpse of the original synthezoid.And we re here for it because it also speaks to the underlying conflict in their battle: the authenticity of Visions.Indeed, after their thrilling fight, they have an equally thrilling conversation about who is The Vision really is — leading to, we suspect, the proper resurrection of the true Vision. The Vision s mention of having been J.A.R.V.I.S., the AI in Tony Stark s early Iron Man suits, seems to indicate his memories, self-awareness, and autonomy are again intact. But the fact their argument ends with them both truly being Vision and not The Vision (or is that vice versa?) also indicates The Vision will need to continue soul-searching before he can obtain his true colors.Or, perhaps, that piece of the Mind Stone residing in Wanda will someday lead to The Vision becoming whole. In the meantime, we definitely love the elegant wordplay in differentiating Vision from The Vision. It s definitely better than our pitch from last week: New Vision and Vision s Corpse.All that said, we love for both versions of the character to merge some day. Well, presuming Vis didn t download his memories into The Vision already.Will Monica Rambeau Become Director of S.W.O.R.D. or Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D.?(Photo by Suzanne Tenner/Marvel Studios - episode 105)While it may have been the briefest resolution in the series, we were glad to see Dr. Darcy Lewis (Kat Dennings) trap S.W.O.R.D. director Hayward (Josh Stamberg) so he could be taken into FBI custody. Although, we admit it would ve been nice to see him get a more just dessert — a la Agatha becoming Agnes again.Nevertheless, it puts Monica in a prime position to become director of S.W.O.R.D. But considering all that she s learned about the organization in the last week, would she want the job? The fact she s still wearing a S.W.O.R.D. shirt is a visual clue that it is indeed possible and, clearly, she could do good work there. But there is another tempting offer on the table.(Photo by Marvel Studios - Captain Marvel)In what has to be our first glimpse of Secret Invasion, a Skrull operative spirits Monica away from the scene of Hayward s crime to tell her an old friend of her mother wants to talk. In space. Now, there are two people who could be Maria Rambeau s old friend: Carol Danvers (Brie Larson) and Nicholas J. Fury (Samuel L. Jackson). In terms of Marvel Studios production chronology, we ll next see Monica in the Captain Marvel sequel, but we re going to assume Fury has invited Monica to the orbital staging platform glimpsed at the end of Spider-Man: Far From Home. Which, of course, only leads to more questions about Fury.For one thing: How long has that platform been there? Considering he was erased during the Blip, he could not have put this thing together in just a few weeks. That suggests it s been there for a while and, perhaps, what he was working on before he turned to dust in 2019. But the Skrull operative leads to a new possibility — is the outpost even his? Perhaps the Skrulls put it there as part of their decades-long secret invasion.Or, possibly, the platform is a next generation S.H.I.E.L.D. helicarrier capable of trans-atmospheric travel. Although Fury seemingly washed his hands of the agency at the end of Captain America: The Winter Solider — or left it in Agent Coulson s (Clark Gregg) capable hands if you accept Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. as canon — we doubt he d truly let it wither away no matter how disgraced Hydra left it or how many of its secrets Natasha Romanoff (Scarlett Johansson) exposed.If that is the case, it leaves Monica with an intriguing choice: lead S.W.O.R.D or join S.H.I.E.L.D. Granted, we re presuming a lot about both organizations — like Fury having no stake in S.W.O.R.D. — and Monica s interest in them. One thing is clear though from what we know of her so far: an invitation into space is something she cannot refuse. And while her powers are still mysterious — is she a being of pure light now? — we have no doubt the next time we see her, it will be out among the stars.What s Next? Will Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness Provide Answers?(Photo by Marvel Studios)The 20th century television sitcoms Wanda loved and emulated within the Hex took great pains to restore the status quo at the end of any given episode. On Bewtiched, Sam s magic remained hidden and Darren stayed employed. The Bradys always found family unity and their housekeeper, Alice, always found the right quip. But WandaVision eschews that tendency — and, perhaps, Wanda s greatest wish — for such tidy resolutions.Although we now know Agatha s main objective was to steal Wanda s powers because she was undeserving, she is now imprisoned as nosey neighbor Agnes. It is unclear if she will continue to live in Westview with poor Ralph or in some sort of stasis near Wanda s Sokovian cabin. And though it feels like a fitting punishment, is it really Wanda s to dole out? She evaded any accounting for her own transgressions, after all. And while she did apologize to Monica, it feels incomplete without one of the townspeople offering some sort of absolution.Then consider what Westview becomes without the Hex: dilapidated houses and a nearly abandoned downtown. It was on the brink of economic collapse before Wanda got there. And yet, the obvious pain its citizens were in, compounded by Wanda inadvertently forcing them to experience her own, means her cosmetic enhancements came at a terrible cost and further cement her as a villain. Nevertheless, Wanda is also the protagonist and by the grammar of the shows she idolized, she should be able to at least restore Westview to some prosperity as reparation. The fact she cannot is an interesting counter to the world she tried to make for herself. And in removing the Hex, she sacrificed the handful of things which brought her some joy in the weeks since the battle with Thanos.(Photo by Marvel Studios)Of course, trying to weigh that out leads back to the question of authenticity Vision and The Vision confronted. Does the pain she unleashed to create a false reality negate the grief she was in? Whose pain is the pain?That ambiguity, and the haunting foreshadowing of the Scarlet Witch as an extinction-level event, is something we ll have to live with until Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness picks up the thread. But as we were always sympathetic to Wanda s grief, we hope the character finds the help she needs and comes back from the brink.In the meantime, we ll congratulate WandaVision for using the grammar of television and the language of sitcoms to present these ideas to us. Also, we ll thank them for eight weeks of wild theories, endless possibility, and one of Marvel Studios most emotionally resonant stories.Read Also: How WandaVision Recreated the Sitcoms of the Scarlet Witch’s Childhood On an Apple device? Follow Rotten Tomatoes on Apple News.
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Alfred Hitchcock famously made cameos in nearly all of his films. As far as trailers for those films went, though, he often made much more than a cameo – he was the star. “Hitch” led audiences on a tour through the Bates home and motel for the famous trailer for his 1960 chiller Psycho and, in a trailer for The Birds, jovially lectured us on the ways humans have helped our winged friends over the years – making hats of them, putting them in gilded cages… even making meals of them. (It was never going to end well.)For this episode of Rotten Tomatoes’ new video series, ‘Trailers Reloaded,’ we’re reliving the best of Hitchcock’s trailers – for films like Psycho and The Birds, Dial M for Murder and To Catch a Thief. It’s a journey back through time that offers a fascinating perspective on how movie advertising has changed, and one that proves the Master of Suspense was also a masterful builder of audience anticipation.In Trailers Reloaded you can re-experience your own awesome sense of anticipation for some of the biggest movies ever, with collections of trailers ranging from Hitchcock classics right through to the Harry Potter movies and Marvel’s epic teasers for the films of the MCU. The series is just one of many new series you can find on The Rotten Tomatoes Channel, now available on The Roku Channel and Peacock, and soon to be available on XUMO TV, and beyond. The channel is a 24/7 non-stop ode to the best in movies and TV, packed with nostalgic looks back at great moments and awesome trailers, interviews with mega-stars and game-changing filmmakers, and trivia, games, and hilarious debates. Check it out – we think you’ll like it.Learn more about The Rotten Tomatoes Channel and where to watch it.
Adjusted Score: 49454% Critics Consensus: Nicole Kidman's poised performance provides some measure of reclamation for Martha Gellhorn, but this trite historical melodrama reduces Ernest Hemingway and the era that the two war correspondents lived through into a broad caricature. Synopsis: Writer Ernest Hemingway (Clive Owen) begins a romance with fellow scribe Martha Gellhorn (Nicole Kidman).... [More] Starring: Nicole Kidman, Clive Owen, David Strathairn, Molly Parker Directed By: Philip Kaufman
• And Kate, which stars Mary Elizabeth Winstead as an assassin who has been poisoned and has just 24 hours left to live, unless she can find a cure on a dangerous dash through the streets of Tokyo. Woody Harrelson, Tadanobu Asano, and Michiel Huisman also star in the movie, which premieres Sept. 10.• And Blood Red Sky, a horror movie in which a gang hijacks a plane for money, but doesn’t count on a passenger who will do anything to protect her son, using her abilities as a vampire/werewolf-kinda hybrid. Dominic Purcell stars in the movie, which premieres July 23.For a week of highlights of all of Netflix’s Geeked Week announcements, check out the Netflix Geeked Week guide.NEW TRAILERS: No Sudden Move: Steven Soderbergh Rounds Up an All-Star Crime Thriller No Sudden Move is a crime thriller film, set in 1955 Detroit, about a group of small-time criminals hired to steal a new auto technology, and their search for who hired them when the plan goes very, very wrong. The all-star cast, directed by Steven Soderbergh, includes Don Cheadle, Brendan Fraser, Matt Damon, Julia Fox, Amy Seimetz, Benicio del Toro, Jon Hamm, Ray Liotta, Kieran Culkin, and David Harbour. Premieres July 1. (HBO Max)More trailers and teasers released this week:• The Good Fight season 5 sees Diane deciding whether or not it’s appropriate for her to help operate an African American law firm with Liz, while Hal Wackner – played by new cast member Mandy Patinkin – enters the orbit of the firm when he, a regular Chicago citizen, decides to open a courtroom in the back of a copy shop. Stars Christine Baranski and Audra McDonald. Premieres June 24. (Paramount+)• tick, tick … BOOM! is Lin-Manuel Miranda’s feature film-directing debut, an adaptation of an autobiographical play by the late Rent composter Jonathan Larson, who was questioning his decision to pursue a life in the performing arts. Stars Andrew Garfield, Judith Light, Alexandra Shipp, Robin de Jesús, Joshua Henry, MJ Rodriguez, Bradley Whitford, Tariq Trotter, and Vanessa Hudgens. Premieres fall 2021. (Netflix)• The Gossip Girl reboot goes back to school, the same Upper East Side NYC private school of the original, but with a whole new generation of teens who will be getting into all kinds of new drama, often courtesy of the new social media available to them. Stars Jordan Alexander, Eli Brown, Thomas Doherty, Tavi Gevinson, Emily Alyn Lind, Evan Mock, Zion Moreno, Whitney Peak and Savannah Lee Smith. Premieres July 8. (HBO Max)• Power Book III: Raising Kanan is the second spin-off from Power, this one set in the 1990s and focusing on the backstory of Kanan, played by 50 Cent in the original series, and Mekai Curtis in Raising Kanan. Also stars Omar Epps. Premieres July 18. (Starz)• In Betty, Season 2, the New York skateboarders are back, and their plan to make a new video to show off their talents is being edged out by the hunt for
亚博竞猜平台 ptation of the sixth novel, Confess, Fletch, which Hamm is both starring in and producing. It also turns out that Confess, Fletch will be a Mad Men reunion project for Hamm, as he has cast John Slattery, who played Don Draper s boss and eventual partner Roger Sterling. Other Confess, Fletch co-stars will include Marcia Gay Harden, Kyle MacLachlan, and Annie Mummulo (Barb and Star Go to Vista Del Mar).7. CHRIS PRATT TO STAR IN KARATE COMEDY THE BLACK BELT (Photo by Chuck Zlotnick/©Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures)For most of the last seven years since Chris Pratt scored two big hits in 2014 with The LEGO Movie and Guardians of the Galaxy, his big screen output has focused on big franchise action movies like his various movies as Marvel s Star-Lord and the Jurassic World franchise. Pratt s first real big break, of course, was as the goofball Andy Dwyer on the NBC sitcom Parks and Recreation, and it looks like he may channel the spirit of Andy again, as he will star in a karate-themed movie called The Black Belt for frequent Saturday Night Live sketch director Paul Briganti. Pratt will star in The Black Belt as an eccentric uncle who trains his shy teenage nephew in the ways of karate. The role of the nephew hasn t been cast yet.8. LANCE REDDICK TO REPRISE CONCIERGE ROLE IN JOHN WICK: CHAPTER 4 (Photo by ©Summit Entertainment)When it comes to franchises with recurring casts, it s easy to take it for granted when it s announced that a particular actor is indeed returning for the next movie, but that doesn t mean it s not news. Prolific TV actor Lance Reddick (The Wire, Fringe, LOST) has been in every John Wick movie thus far as the mysterious Charon, the concierge of the Continental, where international assassins come to mingle and rest up, and he will do the same again in John Wick: Chapter 4. Reddick and star Keanu Reeves will be joined by a cast of new co-stars that includes Donnie Yen, Shamier Anderson, Hiroyuki Sanada, and pop star Rina Sawayama.9. COLD PURSUIT AND GREENLAND SEQUELS THAWING (Photo by ©STX Entertainment)Despite the impact the COVID-19 pandemic has had on the movie business, two actors who showed they were still able to attract audiences (on some level) were Scotland s Gerard Butler (with Greenland, Certified Fresh at 78%) and Northern Ireland s Liam Neeson (with Honest Thief and The Ice Road). Just before COVID-19 struck, Neeson also starred in the action thriller Cold Pursuit (Fresh at 69%), and this week, the news broke that Studiocanal is moving forward with plans for a Cold Pursuit sequel (along with lots of other new projects announced at Cannes on Tuesday), which will presumably find Neeson s snowplow driver again in some sort of danger. Cold Pursuit 2 wasn t the only snow-themed sequel to make the news this week, as Greenland: Migration was confirmed to start filming in 2022, with Butler, Morena Baccarin, and director Ric Roman Waugh all returning for the sequel, which will focus on the family from the first film coping with life (spoiler) in the post-apocalyptic world following the events of Greenland.On an Apple device? Follow Rotten Tomatoes on Apple News.
Brooklyn Nine-Nine is going to look very different when it returns to TV on January 10, premiering on its new network, NBC, after Fox canceled the sitcom last May.“One episode is black and white,” revealed star Chelsea Peretti on a December visit to the show’s Los Angeles set. “It s no words. It s opera music and subtitles.”Added her costar Melissa Fumero, “It’s getting really experimental.”They are joking, of course. Probably. In fact, the rest of their costars told Rotten Tomatoes that their series is pretty much exactly the same. And that’s the way fans want it. But the cast and writers are able to take bigger risks now that the show has come back from the dead.“In some ways we imagine ourselves as having super powers now, because the worst thing that can happen is the thing that already happened, so we re taking a lot of big swings,” leading man Andy Samberg, aka Det. Jake Peralta, promised.Joked creator Dan Goor: “A lot of big swings — an entire episode in Japanese. That would be so cool, actually to do like an anime version of our show. I think that one thing we really wanted to do this season was more of this sort of experimental or different — experimental might be too highfalutin, but of the out-of-form episodes that we started doing in seasons four and five. So it s things like ‘The Box,’ or issues episodes like ‘Moo Moo.’ We wanted to do more of those and to challenge ourselves formally, and I think we felt empowered to do that kind of thing because we are living on borrowed time.”What exactly will that entail? Read on to find out what to expect from the sixth season of Brooklyn Nine-Nine.Jake and Amy’s Married Life(Photo by Vivian Zink/NBC)NBC’s promos for the new season have focused heavily on Amy (Fumero) and Jake’s relationship, and the season premiere will see the duo on their long-awaited honeymoon. Much like their wedding, however, it doesn’t necessarily go to plan when someone else from the Nine-Nine tags along — and it’s not who you’d expect.“They re not letting me say anything,” Fumero said, but know that “their honeymoon won t be the honeymoon they think it s going to be.”After they return, they’ll slip right back into their regular lives.“Our philosophy with Jake and Amy was just to continue doing what we had done, which was not to force drama, not to force relationship moments before they felt natural, and to take advantage of the fact that I think that there s a comedy dynamic between Jake and Amy that exists independently of the romantic dynamic between them,” Goor explained. “We can put them on work stories together and office stories together that don t have to have a romantic through line to them because there s the odd couple aspect of them.”One reason Jake and Amy work as a couple, Fumero told Rotten Tomatoes, is because they’re living their own lives.“When we first started the relationship and also [decided] that we weren t going to do a will they/won t they for too long and just actually explore them as a couple that does work, in their own weird way, when it s received well — it s just a big relief and a huge compliment,” she said.As costar Peretti pointed out, “think how many couples are so limited in so many movies and shows, but especially in movies, where it s just like, the female is this thing that s there, and then the guy is doing all this interesting stuff. The beauty of [Jake and Amy] is that they re friends and that s how a lot of people s marriages are now. They both have passions, and they re both friends.”Holt’s Commissioner News(Photo by Vivian Zink/NBC)The season 5 finale ended on a cliffhanger, with Captain Holt (Andre Braugher) finding out whether or not he got the commissioner job. The premiere will pick up right where that episode left off, and the rest of the half-hour will see Holt dealing with the results.Braugher was tight-lipped about Holt’s fate, however, giving a very diplomatic Holt-like answer when asked about what happens to his character.“The premiere episode is well-written and I think very funny, and so I was very happy to be a part of that,” he said.Upcoming Episodes(Photo by Vivian Zink/NBC)The second episode of the season flashes back to the early days of Hitchcock’s (Dirk Blocker) and Scully’s (Joel McKinnon Miller) careers.“This is my favorite because Joel and Dirk from the get-go have been underrated, I think, and are such fan favorites, and the origin story is so funny to me,” said Joe Lo Truglio, a.k.a. Jake’s BFF Charles Boyle. “It s so good. The fans are going to love it.”There’s also a #MeToo episode involving Amy, which was directed by star Stephanie Beatriz.“It was nice to show Amy s vulnerable side, which we don t get to see a lot,” Fumero said. “For me, it was tough, because I and every woman I know have stories, have experiences, have things that have happened to us. That s a little bit of what we re telling in that episode, and those lines were hard to say because I ve said them in real life. Stuff like this has happened to me and every woman I know.”Beatriz said she has a newfound appreciation for all the work television directors to do, but she’s grateful she had the opportunity to do it — and in such an impactful episode.“It s not like directing a film because directing a film is just your vision and what you want to do,” she explained. On TV, “you have to hit all these marks someone else has already created for you and you have to make the episode fit into a world. And I m lucky because I have been in this world for five years, so I know what the world is. Thinking about doing that on another show is very overwhelming, but also exciting. I want to do it.”Other episodes will feature another Halloween heist, the return of Craig Robinson’s Pontiac Bandit (whose “world gets a little bigger,” revealed Lo Truglio), and a mysteriously bloody Hitchcock.“Hitchcock will be bleeding in a few episodes, which is always inexplicable. But there will be blood,” star Terry Crews said.More Swearing, More Nudity(Photo by NBCUniversal)One thing the characters weren’t able to do on Fox is swear. But NBC comes with an entirely different standards and practices department, and apparently Brooklyn Nine-Nine’s new network is totally cool with cursing (which will be bleeped, of course), and nudity (which will be blurred).“Fox had a no bleeping policy and a no pixellation policy, and NBC has bleeps and it s fun,” Goor said.That means you will hear Terry (the character) say something you would never expect to hear Terry (the character or the person) ever say in real life.Said Crews, “I had one where I m ashamed. I m actually very ashamed. Oh my God, it was so jarring. Everybody had to regroup for five minutes.”Lo Truglio and Fumero confirmed the shocking dialogue, which will appear — bleeped — in a later episode.“We couldn t believe it, because Terry Crews does not talk like that,” Lo Truglio said.Said Fumero, “it literally shocked me, and I didn t know what to say. He was so dirty, but it was so satisfying to hear Terry say it.”Blocker and McKinnon Miller were especially worried that the new nudity policy would affect their characters the most.“I scared me a lot when I heard that [we could have nudity], because they ve had me do so much stuff without my shirt on,” said Blocker. “I m thinking, ‘What else they going to have me take off?’”Added McKinnon Miller, “Every week I prayed that we re not in a bathhouse or something.”Chelsea’s Departure(Photo by Vivian Zink/NBC)Peretti announced in late 2018 that she’s leaving the series, but Gina Linetti will still be around for several episodes. The actress told Rotten Tomatoes to expect an extremely dramatic and bloody exit for her character.“My departure is like the Red Wedding,” Peretti joked, referencing one of the most talked-about and brutal moments of HBO s Game of Thrones.But there’s “heart and hilarity” in the half-hour, which will likely not be the final time we see the character, Fumero revealed.“It s a pretty exciting exit,” Peretti said. “I think you ll have fun, and you ll feel your feelings and a good mix of everything you would want from a Gina Linetti exit, and from this family, where there s clearly so much love there.”The actress also promised a heartfelt scene with Samberg and said, “I completely go nuts on a dance moment, so there s definitely a lot to sink your teeth into.”But, Peretti continued, “There s nothing casual about it. That doesn t mean the door is slammed shut, but it s definitely a big old goodbye.”Brooklyn Nine-Nine airs Thursdays at 9 p.m. on NBC. 月灵合击红包版是一款刺激合击玩法的热血传奇手游，玩家在游戏选择喜欢的职业，开始体验曾经风靡一时的热血冒险，各种各样的魔幻内容等待玩家体验，收集属于你的角色的武器和装备，这将给你额外的战斗属性和增加你的力量到最大，经典的玩法给你热血的青春回忆。