Coming Attractions: Tv News From 16/10/2020

coming attractions 16102020Latest Update: This week we’ve news on Vic and Bob’s feature length film The Glove, a mini-series from filmmaker Edward Burns, The Last O.G. returning quite possibly without Tiffany Haddish, Dream Corp LLC’s third season, airdates for CBS’s sitcoms, Mindy Kaling’s The Sex Lives Of College Girls, and more.

Black Monday – Don Cheadle’s comedy about the stock market crash of 1987 has been given a third season.

Bridge and Tunnel – Is a new six part mini-series from Edward Burns which will premier Jan. 24, 2021. “Set in 1980, the series follows a group of recent college graduates who are looking to pursue their dreams in Manhattan while staying true to their roots in a working-class Long Island town. The cast includes Sam Vartholomeos, Caitlin Stasey, Gigi Zumbado, Jan Luis Castellanos, Brian Muller and Isabella Farrell.”

Dream Corp LLC – Returns for a third season on October 25th. “The series centers on a run-down dream therapy facility that treats and occasionally cures patients weekly, a feat considering the place is led by the inattentive dream therapist Dr. Roberts (Jon Gries) and his less-than-adequate staff. Featuring live-action and rotoscope animation, with new work from visual effects company Jim Henson’s Creature Shop, Season 3 delves into the mysteries of the dilapidated building and welcomes new staff member Margot Daly (Sunita Mani). The season’s guest stars include Rupert Friend, Sam Richardson, Bobby Lee, Karan Soni, Thomas Middleditch, Mindy Sterling, Jimmi Simpson and Baron Vaugh.”

Flatbush Misdemeanors – Is a new Showtime sitcom from Kevin Iso and Dan Perlman. “The comedy, a co-production between Showtime and Avalon, centers on “characters struggling to thrive in their new surroundings in the brash environment of Flatbush, Brooklyn,” as two longtime friends look to “climb out of their heads and connect with others,” according to the network… Flatbush Misdemeanors’ is a funny, audacious and inventive series that rips the artisanal sheen off of Brooklyn and mines comedy from the diverse, un-gentrified characters who live there,” said Showtime co-president of entertainment Gary Levine. “Kevin and Dan are multi-talented and have unique, authentic voices that we are thrilled to bring to Showtime audiences.”

The Glove – Vic and Bob’s movie is set to finally go in to production next year, and some posters have been released hinting at what it might be like, along with an official synopsis: “The Glove is a comedy road movie about two best friends in search of a mythical training glove. Vic and Bob are childhood friends who own a junk shop together where they both work and live. Profits are down and with their futures in jeopardy, they approach their obnoxious landlord to explain their ‘rent’ problems. Rather than helping them, the unsavoury character gives them a choice: eviction, or locate for him a rare and unusual item…”. Interesting originally the glove’s was Michael Jackson’s, but given there’s no reference to him now that may well have changed. Also, currently no casting news has been announced, though that does look like Vic and Bob regular Matt Lucas in the poster.

Last Man Standing – This Fox sitcom is thankfully finally coming to an end with it’s forthcoming 9th season.

The Last O.G. – Has been renewed this Tracy Morgan sitcom for a fourth season, but it looks like it will be without co-star Tiffany Haddish, and there’s going to be another change of showrunner. “Owen Smith, whose previous credits include “Black-ish” and “Survivor’s Remorse,” is taking over from Keenen Ivory Wayans for the forthcoming season. Wayans took over last year from season 2 showrunner Saladin K. Patterson, who himself assumed showrunning duties from season 1 showrunner and series co-creator John Carcieri.”

Mom, Young Sheldon, B Positive – These three CBS comedies debut on November 5th.

Ms Pat – Originally developed for Hulu, this is now set to air on Bet. “Patricia Williams stars as a fictionalized version of herself, a former convicted felon turned suburban mom whose hustle and resilient spirit were forged on the streets of Atlanta. To much reserve, she now finds herself in conservative middle America alongside her well-intentioned husband (J. Bernard Calloway), a struggle of a sister (Tami Roman), and two distinct sets of kids (Theodore Barnes, Briyana Guadalupe, Vince Swann) raised under very different circumstances.”

My Life In Quarantine – Is a brand new comedy special from Steve Treviño all about his life in quarantine. “On September 12th, Steve Trevino performed this once in a lifetime show outdoors, in-front of a masked, socially distanced audience, and you can watch it below, and an episode of his live podcast follows afterwards. In the special Treviño takes on the brutal reality of realizing he’s nonessential. He uses his tongue-in-cheek humour when referencing not being able to tour over the last few months, while also finding laughs in all aspects of the “shutdowns”— panic shopping, being home with his wife and best friend Renae (whom he jokingly calls Captain Evil), the etiquette of face masks/hand sanitizing, and of course, living and working in your PJ’s. But in this unique time, Treviño’s ability to find humour in the everyday is what we all need to hear and exactly what you find within the special. Please note a portion of proceeds from this special & live podcast are going to our Veterans in support of Veteran’s Day on November 11th, 2020.”

The Neighborhood, Bob Hearts Abishola – While these two CBS comedies return on November 16th.

The Sex Lives of College Girls – This new HBO Max comedy from Mindy Kaling has announced the four main leads. “The comedy has cast Pauline Chalamet (recent “King of Staten Island” star and sister of Timothée), Amrit Kaur (“The D Cut”), Reneé Rapp (“Mean Girls on Broadway”), and Alyah Chanelle Scott (“The Book of Mormon”) to play four roommates at Essex College, a prestigious New England university, who are described as “equal parts lovable and infuriating.”

Truthseekers – Nick Frost has spoken more about his and Simon Pegg’s new comedy series.

Yearly Departed – Is a new comedy special from Amazon which will be hosted by Phoebe Robinson. “Yearly Departed is a series of eulogies for the year 2020, where a line-up of all-women comedians will deliver everything from casual sex to beige plasters and everything in between that we’ve “lost” in 2020. After a year of societal upheaval, plague, murder hornets and banana bread, Yearly Departed will give 2020 the huge send-off it deserves, from some of the world’s funniest women.”

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Alex Finch.
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