For 2021, DC FanDome was a nearly four-hour livestream updating fans on the latest DC films, TV series, comics projects, and video games. Even just watching it for the film and TV content was a task worthy of Earth’s Mightiest Mortal, and categorizing the announcements is the sort of thing you might set Brainiac 5 to do. Nevertheless, we tried to live up to Shazam and Brainy, watching all of it and compiling everything related to film and television at DC FanDome 2021 from the look of Blue Beetle’s costume to Ace the Bat-Hound’s drinking habits. To say there is a lot of DC Entertainment material on the horizon is an understatement. Just take a look at what we learned:DC’s Film Roster Is Amazing: The Flash, Black Adam, And The Batman (Oh My!)DC Entertainment made a big push with its feature film slate this time around. With two films shooting, one completing production, and two in pre-production, there was a lot to talk about even if only The Batman had a proper trailer to unveil during the event.FanDome began with a look at Black Adam, featuring a scene of the title character (played by Dwayne Johnson) being awakened from millennia of slumber by archeologist Adrianna Tomaz (Sarah Shahi). Of course, her team of explorers came with an armed detachment, so bullets start flying and Adam calls down the lightning. Literally. Combined with some behind-the-scenes footage, it at least confirms that the film – in development for over a decade – will actually come out next year.Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom also offered some behind-the-scenes footage and a first-look at Black Manta’s (Yahya Abdul-Manteen II) upgraded costume. Eagle-eyed viewers also spotted a black variant of Arthur’s (Jason Momoa) classic costume. Shazam: Fury of the Gods also unveiled a behind-the-scenes sizzle reel with co-star Asher Angel confirming the end of principal photography. The film sees Helen Mirren and Lucy Liu playing goddesses arriving in Philadelphia to tangle with the Shazam Family. It s due out in 2023.(Photo by DC)Over on the HBO Max side of things, the principal creatives and stars of Batgirl and Blue Beetle offered the briefest of teases, including design art of the title characters’ respective costumes and a broad sense of what the films will be. Batgirl star Leslie Grace said the character is a “girly girl, but she’s capable and strong and determined… She’s sincere and wants to prove herself.” Co-director Adil El Arbi also confirmed the character will have red hair and use a cowl as part of her outfit (some recent Batgirl costumes favor goggles instead).“It’s going to be crazy, but it also has feelings,” Blue Beetle screenwriter Gareth Dunnet-Alcocer said of the project. “It contains all that’s great about Blue Beetle.” Things like the scarab, Jaime Rodriguez’s (Xolo Maridueña) costume, and his family were referenced as key elements Dunnet-Alcocer and director Angel Manuel Soto wanted to bring to the screen. “He’s a Mexican-American kid who wants to be a part of this world, but he’s hitting the same obstacles a lot of us face,” the screenwriter said. He also added that the closeness of family is part of what sets him apart” from other superheroes – noting he has no way of keeping his suit or powers a secret from his parents.(Photo by DC)And as for the suit? “I know for a fact we have the best suit, and I haven’t seen it yet,” Maridueña said.There is one animated feature on the roster, DC League of Superpets, which sees Johnson giving voice to Krypto the Superdog while Kevin Hart voices Ace the Bat-Hound. In a brief clip, Ace can be seen, well, relieving himself while Krypto looks on in dismay. The film will also feature the voices of Kate McKinnon, John Krasinski, Vanessa Bayer, Natasha Lyonne, Diego Luna, and Keanu Reeves. It is set for release on May 20, 2022.(Photo by DC)But perhaps the most impactful presentation outside of The Batman trailer was the first-look at The Flash. The long-in-development film which has missed half-a-dozen release dates at this point – genuinely looks amazing from the footage director Andy Muschietti compiled for FanDome. For one thing, Barry’s (Ezra Miller) new suit(s) looks incredible, and the teases of Supergirl (Sasha Calle), Batman (Micheal Keaton), and a second Flash (also Miller) provided some of the best moments of the whole four-hour event. Capping it off: a shot of Barry examining the Batmobile as it hides under a tarp.Curiously, though, director Patty Jenkins offered no updates on Wonder Woman 3 while chatting with Lynda Carter about the character s 80th anniversary, other than to reconfirm she is working on it.HBO Max Is The New Center Of The DC MultiverseIf there’s one thing this year’s FanDome made clear, it is that HBO Max is the new hubworld for DC’s expansive multiverse. Beyond Batgirl and Blue Beetle’s eventual debuts on the service, Pennyworth – previously an Epix exclusive – will be moving to Max for its third season late in 2022. The previous two seasons will become available to subscribers early next year.Additionally, most of the DC Universe orphans Max adopted Titans, Doom Patrol, and Harley Quinn will return for subsequent seasons next year with fourth seasons of Titans and Doom Patrol confirmed at the event. Harley Quinn will return “sometime in 2022,” according to Harley (Kaley Cuoco) herself. The last of the rescued DC Universe shows, Young Justice, debuted two episodes of its fourth season (subtitled “Phantoms ) on Max immediately after FanDome concluded.If all of those shows weren’t enough, Peacemaker’s premiere date was also announced during FanDome: January 13, 2022. Creator James Gunn also unveiled a teaser trailer which suggests Peacemaker (John Cena) may actually grow a little on his next adventure. That said, the star said the hardest part of playing the character is “becoming a super a hole. I’m usually a regular a hole.” Gunn wrote all eight episodes and directed five, extending his time in the DC Multiverse. In fact, Cena expressed a wish to continue playing Peacemaker in subsequent seasons, which may mean more of Gunn’s sensibility in the future.Although HBO Max’s focus is on the DC superheroes, it will also be the home of DMZ, a four-part limited series based on a comic published by DC Comics now-defunct Vertigo imprint. Ava DuVernay directs Roberto Patino’s adaptation of the book, which stars Rosario Dawson as an outsider who may tip the scales in the US’s second civil war.But for all the hour-long live action DC shows calling HBO Max home, Green Lantern was conspicuously absent from FanDome. The program, from Arrowverse mastermind Greg Berlanti, is set to star Jeremy Irvine as Golden Age Green Lantern Alan Scott and Finn Wittrock as 1980s fan-favorite Guy Gardner and sees the characters in their respective time periods facing social issues and weird space threats. Also absent: Berlanti’s Strange Adventures anthology series, first announced at HBO Max’s initial public unveiling, and any mention of J.J. Abrams’ live-action projects.Batman: The Animated Series Is Getting A Spiritual Successor(Photo by Everett Collection)One project Abrams did promote, though, is the upcoming Batman: Caped Crusader. Produced and developed by Abrams, Batman: The Animated Series’ Bruce Timm, long time DC animation executive producer James Tucker, and The Batman director Matt Reeves, the series will go back to what Timm called the “original principles” of Batman: TAS with fewer broadcast restrictions. Set in the early days of Batman’s war on crime, it will feature a version of the character who uses Bruce Wayne as a mask to hide his activities as the Caped Crusader.“It’s just Batman,” added Reeves. “No Justice League.”And because the series takes place so early on in his career, animated Batman audiences will see him in a lower-tech situation than usual. According to Tucker, “We find him discovering these things.” That means viewers may see several iterations of the Batmobile and, quite possibly, the trial-and-error involved in creating Batarangs. Tucker added that as the series begins, no one trusts the Batman and vice-versa. He also teased that some of the Dark Knight’s traditional relationships may not form. “Nothing is assumed in this series,” he said.Reeves and Timm agreed the series will lean heavily in to the 1940s noir style, but the characters will be more modern in terms of inclusivity. Timm also added that the program will be, overall “more Batman: The Animated Series than Batman: The Animated Series.” It is unclear when the series will debut, but it will be available on both Cartoon Network and HBO Max.Caped Crusdaer isn’t the only word on DC animation, though, with an HBO Max Superman animated series, My Adventures with Superman, in production, the preschool-targeted Batwheels preparing for release, the currently running Aquaman: King of Atlantis, and a stellar upcoming lineup in the dependable DC Animated Movie direct-to-video range.Indeed, DC FanDome was the occasion to debut a trailer for Catwoman: Hunted, an upcoming DC Animated Movie featuring Elizabeth Gillies as Catwoman and Stephanie Beatriz as Batwoman. The pair must team up to take down the organization known as Leviathan in a stylish, anime take on the characters. Other DC Animated Movies set for release in 2022 include Green Lantern: Beware My Powers, Battle of the Super Sons, and a compilation of the 2022 DC Showcase shorts headlined by Constantine: The House of Mystery. Matt Ryan will, of course, reprise his role as magician and con man John Constantine.Before all of that, though, is the release of Injustice, a DC Animated Movie based on the video game and comic book of the same name. During FanDome, a clip was released featuring Joker’s (Kevin Pollak) “masterpiece” – a brutal act of violence which sets Superman (voiced by Justin Hartley) on a dark path. The scene is surprisingly grim and offers those less familiar with the DC Universe Animated line an idea of the sorts of films available. Injustice debuts on home video platforms this Tuesday.Gwendoline Christie Leans Into The Bowie Look For Sandman’s LuciferAlthough not part of the HBO Max lineup, The Sandman received a little recognition via the debut of Gwendoline Christie’s Lucifer in a first-look photo. The image recalls the Bowie-esque appearance the Prince of Darkness assumed in his first Sandman comic book appearance. Its unclear if Christie will keep the look in subsequent appearances or evolve like her comic book counterpart. Curiously, though, Lucifer’s initial androgyny gave way to a more masculine countenance as The Sandman’s story wore on. Perhaps that will also be part of the changes writer Neil Gaiman and his collaborators have in mind for the adaptation of his comic book.Shortly after the Lucifer reveal, Gaiman took to Twitter to clarify that the series will debut on Netflix sometime in 2022. Initial messaging about the series suggested it could launch in late 2021, leading to some confusion and Gaiman’s exasperation in the tweet.DC’s other Netflix-based show, Sweet Tooth, was represented by star Christian Convery answering fan questions. The program, already renewed for a second season, will also remain on Netflix.Barry Will Finally Get Gold Boots On The Flash TV SeriesIn one of the earliest announcements of the event, The Flash TV series star Grant Gustin revealed Barry is finally getting gold boots like his comic book counterpart. “It’s always been the final element that I think has been missing from our suits,” Gustin said. “The suit we have now is the closest we have to a lot of the [comic book] iterations … but I always thought the gold boots would be the final touch.” DC released a close-up image of the boots and a look at the suit with the footwear added. As Gustin intimated, the boots have long been a running joke behind the scenes. They will debut when The Flash begins its eighth season in November.Beyond the long-awaited kicks, the Arrowverse was also represented at DC FanDome via an assortment of special videos. Batwoman stars Javicia Leslie and Rachel Skarsten teased Batwoman and Alice’s state-enforced team-up while the cast of Supergirl looked back their six seasons. DC’s Legends of Tomorrow celebrated 100 episodes in 100 seconds and the cast of Superman and Lois presented a tour of the Kent farmhouse.And although not technically an Arrowverse show (it takes place on the Post-Crisis Earth-2, after all), Stargirl took an extended look at this week’s upcoming episode, which sees Courtney (Brec Bassinger) trapped in the Shadow Lands, where she runs into the Golden Age Dr. Mid-Nite (Alex Collins).But to cap off the Arrowverse presence at FanDome, Naomi star Kaci Walfall debuted a first look at the program, in which she stars as a high schooler who discovers her connection to the DC Multiverse is more staggering than she can imagine. And as the scene shown during FanDome revealed, it all begins with a Superman sighting.Naomi will debut on The CW sometime in 2022.On an Apple device? Follow Rotten Tomatoes on Apple News. 映入眼帘的就是的国风的CG动画，它那种丝毫不逊色其他手游的魅力，一下子就抓住我的心，即使我是个新手，只认识提莫队长，但是已经放弃王者从零开始学习这款游戏，这才是我的唯一
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From Mike Flanagan, creator of The Haunting of Hill House, the next chapter of the Haunting anthology series on Netflix is Certified Fresh. And based on your love of The Haunting of Bly Manor, this hand-selected list is scary good and will hopefully be haunting your next few binge sessions.Bly Manor stars some of the same faces from Hill House, including Victoria Pedretti, Henry Thomas, Oliver Jackson-Cohen, Carla Gugino, and others, and adds newcomers like Benjamin Evan Ainsworth and Amelie Bea Smith.
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In the world of Game of Thrones, conventional wisdom would suggest Daenerys Targaryen has proved herself a fair and just leader, powerful, and compassionate, but firm. Others may see it that Jon Snow, aka Aegon Targaryen, truly is the rightful ruler by Westeros tradition, given that his father was the uncrowned king of the land Rhaegar Targaryen, killed before he could reveal his legitimate marriage to Jon s mother, Lyanna Stark. Or maybe possession really is nine-tenths of the law, and Cersei Lannister, who in no other way is the legitimate ruler, should continue to reign.Why bother watching season 8, when you can read our hot takes on who should sit the Iron Throne?Should Take the Throne: Daenerys Targaryen (Emilia Clarke)(Photo by Helen Sloan/HBO)Some in Deanery’s shoes would be content to rest on their laurels: She has two dragons and a rightful claim to the throne – case closed. But Daenerys has gone above and beyond to earn her place on the Iron Throne. She’s endured personal losses (her dear dead Drogo, their unborn child, her dear undead dragon) and inspired audiences over and over again with moments of strength and steeliness. Most of all, across seven seasons of city-hopping and army-charring, she’s proven a master strategist and builder of alliances, bringing together groups as disparate as the Dothrakis and the Unsullied to form a formidable force as she moves towards what’s rightfully hers.Should Take the Throne: Tyrion Lannister (Peter Dinklage)(Photo by Helen Sloan/HBO)Don’t dismiss Tyrion Lannister as the Miss Congeniality of Thrones’ remaining contenders. He may be likable and gentle-hearted – at least in Westerosi terms – but he is also the shrewdest political mind left, a key skill to have in a place that gets so stabby. He’s in many ways one of the series’ ultimate survivors, managing to make it to adulthood despite his family’s unbridled hatred of him, and working his way to Daenerys’ side (the likely winning side). It should be noted he’s also part of the reason there’s still a throne for the series’ aspirants’ to sit on at all, stopping the destruction/sacking of King’s Landing not once but twice – and earning his scar in the process.Should Take the Throne: Jaime Lannister (Nikolaj Coster-Waldau)(Photo by Helen Sloan/HBO)One key to good leadership is growth, and few characters have grown quite as much as Jaime. After all, the wounded, chisel-jawed hero who has slowly won your heart over seven seasons was not so long ago the sister-bonking cad who pushed Bran out of a tower in the final moments of Thrones’ first-ever episode. It’s been a “journey.” Throughout that journey, we’ve seen Jaime develop a number of the traits that would steer him well as king (but perhaps make his reign somewhat short): a developing sense of selflessness, a propensity fo
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Got a ghost problem? A rogue vampire keeping you up at night? A spawn of Satan disturbing your peace? If so, there are two teams you can rely on to crack the case: The Winchester Brothers of TV’s Supernatural or the Scooby Gang and its hilarious namesake, Scooby-Doo. But which is better suited to solve your supernatural issues? In our latest episode of Vs., we’re pitting the long-running series Supernatural against everything Scooby-Doo – the original cartoon, its spin-offs, and the live-action movies. Which mystery-solvers are more popular with the people and the critics? Which franchise features the richest characters? And which team has faced off against the most dastardly villains? Find out as Rotten Tomatoes Contributing Editor Mark Ellis breaks it down to decide whether you should hop in the Mystery Van or the Winchesters’ Chevy when the ghouls come a-calling.As ever, if you don t agree with our choice of winner, let us have it in the comments.Scoob! will be released digitally May 15, 2020. Supernatural airs on the CW, next air dates are unknown.
亚博力论坛 Monica Castillo for Rotten Tomatoes: What went through your mind when you first heard the news that there would not be a fourth season of One Day at a Time at Netflix?Rita Moreno: I speak for everyone when I say we were heartbroken. I, personally, intuited that it was not going to happen. I don’t know why. I just had a feeling it wasn’t going to happen. Somehow, Netflix obviously wasn’t happy with us or the results of our show. It’s not as though everybody was running over to the set to tell us how much they loved us. That’s how things happen, and that’s the nature of Netflix – they keep everything a secret with respect to ratings and such. They keep you up in the air. I just had a feeling that it was not going to happen.I thought that was the end of it, but I forgot to count on Sony, because Sony from the very, very beginning has absolutely loved our show, from the very first reading at the table years ago. They loved the concept, they loved the comedy and they absolutely adored the cast. They saw it and they were right – we have this incredible rapport! And that was there from the get-go, and that was very unusual. Sometimes, people in series grow into their characters more and there’s a chemistry that develops over time. We had that chemistry from the moment we opened our mouths!After the news broke about the series cancellation, fans banded together online and called for its return. What was your reaction to hearing the fan reactions?Moreno: I was very, very touched. I believe in the public. If they really love something, they will fight for the thing that they love, and that’s sure as hell what they did. I was amazed that aside from Sony trying very hard to take the series elsewhere, I think [showrunner] Gloria Calderon-Kellett did a huge job of goosing our fans. She’s a determined woman, and it shows.And what was your reaction to the news that you would play Lydia again?Moreno: Oh, we were delighted! We were thrilled. It was marvelous. I couldn’t actually believe that we had this family again.When we last saw Lydia, she was in Cuba. Are we going to see any of that in the new season?Moreno: Oh, you’re going to see that. That happens in the third – I guess, the fourth one. It is beautiful and it is very, very touching. You’re gonna love it. And it’s funny! We never fail to be funny. Not everyone can accomplish that so smoothly as our writers do. Some shows try to do that and they’re clumsy at it. It’s like the jokes come, then the sad part comes, and then the jokes come again. It takes an enormous amount of skill to glide easily back into the humorous part.(Photo by Nicole Wilder/POP TV.)One of Lydia’s signatures on the show is her grand entrances. What’s the story behind them?Moreno: That’s one of the best things that happened to that character, that damn curtain. And the funny thing is, I didn’t think it would work. Just goes to show how much I know. I thought it would just be a flourish, but then the audience, from the first time I did it, went crazy. They literally went bananas, cheering, and carrying on. They had to cut some of that down because it just took too long. It’s one of the greatest gifts I’ve gotten on this show.Whose idea was it?Moreno: Oh, it had to be Gloria’s because she’s Cuban. I just can’t imagine anyone else coming up with that. She has that Cuban flare. We understand each other in that overly dramatic, theatrical way.Where there any challenges moving the show from a streaming platform to a cable channel with a set time limit?Moreno: What happens is sometimes the laughs are huge, and they take up a lot of time. Here’s something that’s so unusual. We didn’t have a laugh track until now [for coronavirus precautions]. We had an audience, and we’d have to cut that down because that took up so much time and now we only have 22 minutes. So this happens rather often until now because we’ll no longer have audiences, which is going to be tough. Well, I’ll take some of that back. The writer’s room comes down and provides the laughter, except after five or six takes, what was very funny on take one isn’t so funny on the fifth take.What are some of your favorite moments playing Lydia?Moreno: One of my favorites is one where I barely spoke, that was the episode where Lydia has a stroke and is unconscious in the hospital. It’s a wonderful, beautifully written episode. It’s one of those episodes that had a very strong through-line. A lot of shows don’t have that. It’s not necessarily the nature of a sitcom to have something like that. It was beautifully done. I also loved one from the first season where Lupita (Justina Machado) says something about how she’s not so sure she believes in the Almighty, and her mom Lydia gets very, very upset about that. I just thought, my God, how wonderful is it to do this kind of television where you don’t have to worry about subject matter? Where someone can say, “I’m not sure I believe in God.” And the other one says, “You better believe because my prayers saved you were in Iraq.” The subject was heavy, but extremely funny when it had to be. I think it’s one of Justina’s favorites, too.What are some of your hopes for Lydia in the future?Moreno: I would love it if she gets into ultra-local politics. She has such a big mouth, and she can get in so much trouble. You know, the kind of politics where the trash isn’t being picked up enough, and we have to do something about it. Nothing heavy. I would just love it if she going into trouble because she opens her mouth and says things she shouldn’t, not realizing that in politics you don’t open your big mouth every time you want to.@onedaypopWhen Abuelita wants you to explain TikTok to her ##fliptheswitch ##onedayatatime ##odaat♬ Nonstop DrakeI saw you were also on the One Day at a Time TikTok account. What was that experience like?Moreno: You know, I still don’t know what the hell that is. It’s so bizarre. They said, “Here’s what you do,” and I said, “OK.” Everybody seems to watch TikTok. It’s weird.With so much uncertainty going on, what’s it like to be a part of a show that offers its audience some comfort?Moreno: It’s wonderful, and [the show] provides many wonderful things. It provides warmth, it provides humor, it provides very serious and profound issues. It’s perfect in its own way. It’s absolutely a perfect show.One Day at a Time season 4 premieres on March 24 at 9:31 p.m. on Pop TV.
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They’re the biggest stars in the industry, but they’ve got secrets, and a potential rival in their own daughter, Nicky (Anna Friel). Singer and songwriter Beth Ditto will play another Roman daughter, Gigi. Fox Entertainment president Michael Thorn confirmed the network is considering a revival of 24, but did not elaborate on the premise or whether Kiefer Sutherland would return. The series celebrates its 20th anniversary in November. Emmy-nominated Ted Lasso star Hannah Waddingham will star in the network’s 2022 animated comedy Krapopolis, from Rick and Morty creator Dan Harmon. The show is set in ancient Greece, in one of the first cities in the world, which is run by a family of humans, monsters, and gods. Waddingham plays goddess Deliria, who is married to King Shlub (What We Do in the Shadows’ Matt Berry), a manitaur – half centaur, half manticore. Their son, Tyrannis, is voiced by The IT Crowd’s Richard Ayoade. Fox-owned Tubi, the free streaming service, will premiere its first original movie, Corrective Measures, next year. The sci-fi action movie will star Bruce Willis and Michael Rooker.Ted Lasso Leads 2021 Television Critics Association Awards Winners With Three Honors(Photo by Apple TV+)Is this a sign of things to come for Ted Lasso at this weekend’s Emmys? The Apple TV+ comedy earned three awards from the Television Critics Association, including Program of the Year, Outstanding Achievement in Comedy, and Outstanding New Program for its first season.The complete lineup of winners, as voted on by the more than 200 professional TV critics and journalists from across the United States and Canada who make up TCA:Individual Achievement In Drama: Michaela Coel (I May Destroy You, HBO)Individual Achievement In Comedy: Jean Smart (Hacks, HBO Max)Outstanding Achievement In News and Information: Framing Britney Spears (FX/FX On Hulu)Outstanding Achievement In Reality Programming: TIE: Couples Therapy (Showtime), Deaf U (Netflix)Outstanding Achievement In Youth Programming: The Baby-Sitters Club (Netflix)Outstanding Achievement In Variety, Talk Or Sketch: Last Week Tonight With John Oliver (HBO, 2018 2019 Winner in Category)Outstanding New Program: Ted Lasso (Apple TV+)Outstanding Achievement In Movies, Miniseries, Or Specials: Mare Of Easttown (HBO)Outstanding Achievement In Drama: The Crown (Netflix)Outstanding Achievement In Comedy: Ted Lasso (Apple TV+)Program of the Year: Ted Lasso (Apple TV+)Career Achievement Honoree: Jean SmartHeritage Award: The Golden Girls (NBC)At the Creative Arts Emmys, which were handed out in three ceremonies last weekend, the biggest winners were Netflix’s Queen’s Gambit with nine, Disney+’s The Mandalorian with seven, and Saturday Night Live (NBC) and RuPaul’s Drag Race (VH1) with five each.(Photo by Netflix)Individual highlight winners at the Creative Arts ceremonies include Dave Chappelle and Maya Rudolph as Outstanding Guest Actor and Actress in a comedy for hosting SNL, while guest actor and actress in drama went to Courtney B. Vance for Lovecraft Country, and Claire Foy for The Crown. RuPaul won his sixth consecutive Emmy as Outstanding Host for a Reality or Competition Program (and 10th overall statue), while Stanley Tucci won his fourth overall, for Outstanding Hosted Nonfiction Series or Special, and This Is Us star Sterling K. Brown won his third overall, this one for Outstanding Narrator for Lincoln: Divided We Stand. Comedian Bo Burnham won three Emmys (directing, music direction, and writing for a variety special) for his Netflix comedy special Bo Burnham: Inside, part of the streaming network’s 34-Emmy haul going into Sunday night’s ceremony on CBS.For a complete list of winners for each of the Creative Arts Emmys, click here for group one, group two, and group three.And in other TV accolades this week, Time magazine announced its annual Time100 most influential people of the year list, and TV types included are Ted Lasso star and co-creator Jason Sudeikis, Blackish star Tracee Ellis Ross, Mare of Easttown star Kate Winslet, Lupin star Omar Sy, SNL star Bowen Yang, The Walking Dead alum and Oscar nominee Steven Yeun, Grey’s Anatomy and Bridgerton creator Shonda Rhimes, and Fox News star Tucker Carlson.NEW TRAILERS: Succession Season 3: Logan Roy Is Going “Full Beast” on His Rivals, Including His FamilySuccession, Season 3, promises to be worth the wait, as the Roy family continues its dysfunctional, but endlessly entertaining, civil war, each in hopes of being the one to wrestle control of the fam’s media conglomerate from papa Logan (Brian Cox). Don’t eat that mint, Cousin Greg! Also stars Jeremy Strong, Kieran Culkin, Sarah Snook, Alan Ruck, Nicholas Braun, Matthew Macfayden, Hiam Abbass, and new Season 3 cast Alexander Skarsgård, Sanaa Lathan, Hope Davis, and Adrien Brody. Premieres Oct. 17 (HBO)More trailers and teasers released this week:• In one of the most fun trailers of the year, Hawkeye, a.k.a. Clint Barton (Jeremy Renner) is just trying to enjoy the NYC holiday season with his family but some of the enemies he’s made in the past come back to haunt him. Good thing he has super archer Kate Bishop (Hailee Steinfeld) to help him! Also stars Vera Farmiga, Brian d’Arcy James, and Tony Dalton. Premieres Nov. 24 (Disney+)• Maid is the adaptation of Stephanie Land’s bestselling book about a young single mother who tries to work her way out of poverty by cleaning houses. Stars Margaret Qualley, her real-life mother Andie MacDowell, Anika Noni Rose, and Nick Robinson. Premieres Oct. 1 (Netflix)• Dopesick is the adaptation, developed by Danny Strong, of Beth Macy’s book Dopesick: Dealers, Doctors and the Drug Company that Addicted America, the story of the devastation caused by Purdue Pharma’s marketing of Oxycontin. Stars Michael Keaton, Kaitlyn Dever, Michael Stuhlbarg, Peter Sarsgaard, Will Poulter, Rosario Dawson, Ray McKinnon, and Jake McDorman. Premieres Oct. 13 (Hulu)• Dexter: New Blood brings serial killer Dexter Morgan back into our orbit, and shows us his new life in a small town where he is the happy everyguy … to his unsuspecting neighbors, anyway. He’s even got a new love interest, but some evildoers, and the arrival of his son, is going to pull him in a lot of different directions. Stars Michael C. Hall. Premieres Nov. 7 (Showtime)• I Know What You Did Last Summer, Season 1, is the series adaptation of Lois Duncan’s classic YA book about a group of friends who find out they’re being stalked a year after a car accident in which they killed someone. Stars Madison Iseman, Brianne Tju, Ezekiel Goodman, and Sebastian Amoruso. Premieres Oct. 15 (Amazon Prime Video)• There’s Someone Inside Your House is a slasher film about a high school student who moves from Hawaii to a small Nebraska town, and finds herself and her friends in the middle of a murder spree. Stars Sydney Park. Premieres Oct. 6 (Netflix)• Fear the Walking Dead, Season 7: What’s the one thing the zombie apocalypse was missing? A nuclear explosion, of course. And a Strand (Colman Domingo) who’s declared war on Morgan’s (Lennie James) leadership. Also stars Rubén Blades and Maggie Grace. Premieres Oct. 17 (AMC)• Power Book II: Ghost sees Tariq (Michael Rainey Jr.) getting deeper and deeper into the business with Monet (Mary J. Blige), while the bench of talent in the cast gets deeper with the addition of Daniel Sunjata and Redman. Premieres Nov. 21 (Starz)• Narcos: Mexico will end with this third and final season of the drug cartel drama, so savor all 10 episodes, which revolve around DEA agent Walt Breslin (Scott McNairy) in the aftermath of Felix Gallardo’s (Diego Luna) departure. Premieres Nov. 5 (Netflix)• Colin in Black White is the six-episode drama about the teenage years of future NFL star and activist Colin Kaepernick, with Kaepernick himself narrating, Jaden Michael portraying young Colin, and Mary-Louise Parker and Nick Offerman playing Colin’s adoptive parents. Premieres Oct. 29 (Netflix)• Bright: Samurai Soul is based in the same world as the live-action Bright, with the animated spin-off set in Japan during the end of the Shogunate and the beginning of the Meiji period, and exploring a new setting, era, and characters. Kim’s Convenience and Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings star Simu Liu voices Izou, a one-eyed wandering samurai and the protagonist of the movie. Premieres Oct. 12 (Netflix)• TUDUM: A Netflix Global Fan Event is the streaming service’s virtual all-star showcase, with 145 of its biggest stars and creators from around the world — representing over 70 series, films and specials. Premieres Sept. 25 (Netflix)• Locke Key, Season 2, may veer heavily from the Joe Hill and Gabriel Rodriguez s source material, but in the hands of showrunners Carlton Cuse and Meredith Averill, the fantasy horror series promises a thrilling sophomore run. Premieres Oct. 22 (Netflix)For all the latest TV and streaming trailers subscribe to the Rotten Tomatoes TV YouTube channel.CASTING: Oscar Winners Hilary Swank and Tom McCarthy Team Up for Newspaper Drama for ABC