(Photo by Lucasfilm/Disney+)FALL 2021 TV SURVEY: 30 MOST ANTICIPATED RETURNING SHOWSFor Rotten Tomatoes’ annual Fall TV Survey, we asked our users what they’re most looking forward to in the coming TV season and to reflect on the best shows from seasons past. Over 1,000 of them got back to us with their picks for fall.The first question in our Fall TV Survey asked which returning shows fans are most looking forward to. Readers were allowed more than one vote, which, we decided, would have been cruel.Led by season 2 of The Witcher, the most anticipated returning shows of fall also include top titles The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel season 4 (expected, though not confirmed), Cobra Kai season 4, and two series that have already begun their run, American Horror Story: Double Feature and What We Do in the Shadows season 3.Read on to find out all of Rotten Tomatoes users’ most anticipated returning series.Disagree with the survey results? Tell us in the comments who you think should have made the list or have been ranked higher.
Leave it to Pikachu to save the video-game-based movie genre – a genre that has not yet had a Fresh movie ever.Yes, we repeat: EVER.But the tide could be about to turn if first reactions from the Tokyo premiere of Pokémon Detective Pikachu are to be believed. Journalists and critics in Tokyo for the premiere, and a subsequent press junket, have been posting their thoughts on the new film, and the word is that the flick is painfully cute, action-packed, and hilarious.The movie features Ryan Reynolds as the voice of the titular wannabe detective, and Justice Smith as the kid with whom he teams up to solve a mystery in Ryme City. Here are some of the first reactions to the movie:How cute is Pikachu?I just got out of #DetectivePikachu and my first thought is OMG HOW DID THEY MAKE PIKACHU SO CUTE!!! Terri Schwartz, IGNAnd Pikachu? He was absolutely adorable.Relentlessly cute. Pokémon fans, prepare yourselves! Simon and Martin, simonandmartinaIn summary: I want to cuddle Pikachu. Marah Eakin, AV Club(Photo by @ Warner Bros. )Will Pokémon fans love it?#DetectivePikachu is a pure joy from start to finish. It’s a heartfelt, relentlessly charming story filled with excellent worldbuilding. Plenty of deep cuts for #Pokémon fans. Dan Casey, NerdistIt completely nails the world of Pokémon, and just seeing their amazing live action creature designs is worth the price of admission. If you love Pokémon, you’ll love this movie. Terri Schwartz, IGNJust saw the #DetectivePikachu movie and it was delightful! It brings your favourite Pokémon to life in a super vivid and very real way. Simon and Martin, simonandmartinaBUT DO I HAVE TO BE A FAN?It s a hit for #DetectivePikachu. Pokemon fans new old will rejoice in this heartfelt and authentic take on the franchise. Megan Peters, Comic BookPerfectly suited for fans and non-fans alike. Paul Shirey, Joblo.comPokémon obsessives will be pleased, but Poke novices will be able to follow along—and will maybe even get sucked into the whole world. Marah Eakin, AV Club(Photo by @ Warner Bros. )WAIt, And I m Gonna Cry?It’s a heartfelt, relentlessly charming story filled with excellent worldbuilding. Plenty of deep cuts for #Pokémon fans. There must’ve been a grass-type in the theater because I got surprisingly misty-eyed in parts. Dan Casey, Nerdist@Legendary and @wbpictures have nailed this live-action adaptation. I laughed hard and felt my heart swell. This Pokemon film is just the start! Megan Peters, Comic BookSilly, heartfelt and chock full of Pokémon, which makes for some great world building in what is sure to spin off into one hell of a franchise. Paul Shirey, Joblo.comJust saw #DetectivePikachu here in Tokyo and, man, I wish Ryme City was a real place because I really want a Pokémon pal. Dave Trumbore, ColliderPokémon Detective Pikachu is in theaters everywhere May 10, 2019