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Netflix’s next cartoon for adults is based on a popular Twitter account

Netflix’s next cartoon for adults is based on a popular Twitter account

A popular Twitter account will debut on Netflix in September as a new animated series for adult viewers. Called Chicago Party Aunt, the series will revolve around the character Diane Dunbrowski voiced by Lauren Ash. Though we don't yet have a trailer for the upcoming show, Netflix has revealed a still image of the animation.

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Chucky goes to school in dramatic first trailer for Syfy’s TV horror series

Chucky goes to school in dramatic first trailer for Syfy’s TV horror series

Syfy network has published the reveal trailer for its upcoming Chucky television show, one based on the classic horror doll with a tendency for stabbing people. Horror fans won't need to wait long to watch the series, which Syfy says will debut just ahead of Halloween this year. This time around, Chucky resurfaces to cause mayhem through a yard sale.

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The United States just sold a Wu-Tang album

The United States just sold a Wu-Tang album

It's official: "Once Upon a Time in Shaolin" by the Wu-Tang Clan has been sold by the United States government. An announcement from the United States Attorney's Office in the Eastern District of New York made it official that the album was sold to an anonymous buyer. The album had previously been purchased by one Martin Shkreli for a winning auction bid of $2-million USD. The album was seized by the government after Shkreli's arrest and sold after convictions on counts of fraud in Shkreli's associated pharmaceuticals company Retrophin.

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New Ghostbusters trailer is Mystery Box fan service to the max

New Ghostbusters trailer is Mystery Box fan service to the max

The new Ghostbusters: Afterlife trailer was released today with a vision of the future. Or the past. It appears to be a mashing up of the best parts of some of the most beloved comedic takes on monster movies, kid team Goonies adventures, and superhero movies of the past several decades. And we're completely onboard for that.

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Netflix reportedly working on a new Pokemon series with a big surprise

Netflix reportedly working on a new Pokemon series with a big surprise

For almost as long as there have been Pokemon video games, there's been a Pokemon TV show. In fact, the Pokemon anime series debuted in the United States a few weeks before the first Pokemon games launched here, so as far as we Americans are concerned, the Pokemon TV show even predates the games. There have been quite a few Pokemon spin-offs and miniseries throughout the years, but now it sounds like Netflix is going to give us our biggest one yet.

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Netflix Fear Street blooper reel gives behind-the-scenes look at trilogy

Netflix Fear Street blooper reel gives behind-the-scenes look at trilogy

Netflix tried (and largely succeeded) to make its own summer movie event with a trilogy of teen-focused horror flicks based on the old Fear Street books. During the Comic-Con@Home event, the streaming service released a blooper reel from the set, giving fans a look at the comedic mistakes that plagued the scary series.

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HBO Max 2022 movie plans detailed: Pandemic influence is here to stay

HBO Max 2022 movie plans detailed: Pandemic influence is here to stay

The pandemic disrupted the movie industry in a big way and it looks like its influence is here to stay. WarnerMedia has revealed that several Warner Bros movies will be released on its HBO Max streaming service the same day they're released in theaters next year, a sort of continuation of its hybrid movie launch strategy deployed in 2021.

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Star Trek: Prodigy animated kids series for Paramount+ gets its first trailer

Star Trek: Prodigy animated kids series for Paramount+ gets its first trailer

The animated Star Trek TV series for children that was announced last year, Prodigy, finally has a trailer, giving fans their first look at the animation style and what they can expect. The series comes from Viacom's Nickelodeon for the CBS streaming platform Paramount+. Among other things, the trailer includes a familiar voice that old-school Star Trek fans will immediately recognize.

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Star Wars Thrawn and Ezra actor casting leaked

Star Wars Thrawn and Ezra actor casting leaked

This week casting has leaked for two key characters in the upcoming series of shows for Disney+, including Ahsoka and a potential Thrawn/Ezra standalone series. A report this week goes into detail on how two actors have apparently been locked in as actors for a future show or shows in the Star Wars universe, almost certainly set in the years during and immediately after what we've seen in The Mandalorian. We got a great big teaser about this future in The Mandalorian Season 2, Episode 5 - now it's time to get slightly more specific.

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Apple TV+ is giving PS5 owners six free months: Here’s how to claim it

Apple TV+ is giving PS5 owners six free months: Here’s how to claim it

The PlayStation 5 is still a pretty difficult console to find, but if you've managed to get your hands on one, there's a new promotion you can claim beginning today. Sony and Apple have teamed up to offer PlayStation 5 owners a six-month trial to Apple TV+, which is a pretty good deal for those who may be on the fence about signing up for Apple's subscription TV service.

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Audio Up will turn classic Stephen King story into a dark, scripted podcast

Audio Up will turn classic Stephen King story into a dark, scripted podcast

Stephen King fans can rejoice: Audio Up has teamed with iHeartMedia to turn one of the author's older, lesser-known stories into a limited scripted podcast series. The audio show will include multiple voice actors, making it more of an audio dramatization than the kind of production one typically thinks of as a podcast.

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The Mandalorian Season 3 and Book of Boba Fett are separate shows, in production now

The Mandalorian Season 3 and Book of Boba Fett are separate shows, in production now

When the credits rolled for the final episode of The Mandalorian Season 2, there was a bit of confusion from fans. It was suggested in the post-credits sequence that The Book of Boba Fett would be released - but didn't specifically say whether said show would be its own entity, or if it'd just be The Mandalorian Season 3. Further confusion ensued as rumors spread that characters from one show would appear in the other.

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