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Everything New and Leaving Hulu in August, From ‘A Simple Favor’ to ‘Jawline’

  • The Wrap
The time has come for Hulu to release its list of everything coming and going in the month of August.

This will come in handy after the “Bachelorette” season finale in late July leaves us in desperate need of something else to watch.

In August, a new episode of Hulu’s horror anthology “Into The Dark” arrives, in which a group of social outcasts who are stuck in weekend detention are confronted by the school’s legendary hauntings.

Also Read: 'Mrs. Maisel' Star Alex Borstein Is Frequently Asked to Sign Plungers, and She Thinks It's Weird

Other Hulu originals include: “The Amazing Johnathan Documentary,” in which a filmmaker profiles a dying magician on his final tour, but the lines between reality and magic begin to blur; Season 2 of “Find Me in Paris,” and “Jawline,” a Hulu original documentary that follows 16-year-old Austyn Tester, a rising star in the live-broadcast ecosystem
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New ‘Picard’ Poster Shows the Former Captain Has a Four-Legged Best Friend

Ahead of the TV show’s Comic-Con panel, CBS All Access has debuted the first poster for Star Trek: Picard. The show will star Patrick Stewart reprising his role as Jean-Luc Picard, which he played for seven seasons on Star Trek: The Next Generation as well as the films Star Trek: Generations, Star Trek: First Contact, Star Trek: Insurrection, and Star Trek: Nemesis. Details on the show are still scarce, but there will probably be some substantial info at the Comic-Con panel. Per the press release, “Star Trek: Picard will make its San Diego Comic-Con debut …
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"Star Trek: Picard"

Sneak Peek "Star Trek: Picard", the currently shooting 10-episode TV series showcasing "Star Trek: The Next Generation" character 'Jean-Luc Picard', (Patrick Stewart), streaming late 2019 on "CBS All Access":

The new series was created for CBS All Access as part of an expansion of the "Star Trek" franchise headed by executive producer Alex Kurtzman, set 18 years after the events of "Star Trek: Nemesis" (2002), and affected by the destruction of 'Romulus' in the film "Star Trek" (2009), also starring Santiago Cabrera, Michelle Hurd, Evan Evagora, Alison Pill...

...Harry Treadaway and Isa Briones.

Click the images to enlarge and Sneak Peek "Star Trek: Picard"...

More "Star Trek" Here
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‘Star Trek Picard': Patrick Stewart’s Former Star Fleet Captain Looks Away From the Stars in New Image

  • The Wrap
Ahead of its debut at Comic-Con next weekend, CBS All Access released another look at Patrick Stewart’s return as his “Star Trek” Captain Jean-Luc Picard.

As shown in the brief teaser earlier this year, Picard has left Star Fleet behind following an unknown event. CBS has kept quiet about character and plot details, sharing only that the series will see Stewart reprise his role as the “Star Trek: The Next Generation” captain in “the next chapter of his life.”

As shown in the teaser and this image, this now includes a career as a vintner as the Picard family winery. The teaser only showed his face for a split-second, so the key art, which you can see below, represents the first full shot CBS All Access has put out.

Also Read: San Diego Comic-Con 2019 Schedule: Here Are All the Must-See Panels and Screenings

During the Television Critics Association Press Tour earlier this year,
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Amazon Prime’s Adding A Ton Of Great Horror Movies This Month

Attention all horror fans! If you’re in the mood to celebrate a summer full of screams, Amazon Prime has you covered. The streaming service is adding a ton of genre movies to its selection this month, including supernatural superhero flicks, time traveling psychological thrillers and renowned occult classics.

Below, we take a look at some of the more high profile horror features coming soon to a streaming box near you:

Hellboy (July 23)

Don’t say we didn’t warn you. This year’s much-maligned Hellboy reboot is headed directly to Amazon Prime, less than three months after it unceremoniously left theaters. Maybe streaming from your living room, surrounded by a bunch of friends with a couple of beers in hand is the best possible way to view this. Besides, it’ll be a nice primer on the character before Netflix reboots the series a third time in the near future.
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Amazon Prime Video schedule: Here’s what is coming and leaving in July 2019

Amazon Prime Video has confirmed that five original shows will be debuting new episodes on the streaming service in July including the fourth season of the docuseries “All or Nothing,” which chronicles the 2018 season for the Carolina Panthers led by star quarterback Cam Newton and the first season of “The Boy,” a superhero drama based on the comic book of the same name.

There will also be one new movie this month: Mike Leigh‘s acclaimed historical drama “Peterloo,” about the massacre of protesters by the British cavalry in 1819. Likewise, there will be plenty of films making their first appearances on Amazon Prime Video in July including five from the “Star Trek” franchise and several entries in the “Dumb and Dumber” series.

Below is the full schedule of everything that is coming to Amazon Prime Video in July 2019. Unlike Netflix, Amazon does not disclose the shows and movies leaving the service in any given month.
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What’s Coming to Amazon Prime in July 2019

  • Variety
The sun may be shining, but Amazon Prime subscribers probably won’t be coming outside, considering the wealth of titles coming to the streamer next month.

Viewers looking for a touch of nostalgia will be able to binge Peter Farrelly’s “Dumb and Dumber” starring a 14 year-old Jim Carrey or its 2014 sequel “Dumb and Dumber: When Harry Met Lloyd,” beginning July 31. All five of the “Star Trek” movies are also dropping the last day of the month in addition to older classics such as “Rosemary’s Baby” and “The Rainmaker.”

A variety of silver-screen favorites and Amazon Originals are also streaming well before the end of the month. Learn some history by watching “Peterloo,” which portrays the 1819 Peterloo Massacre in England after British forces charge through a peaceful pro-democracy rally, or catch the premiere of “The Boys,” which follows five vigilantes on a heroic quest to combat super-heroes using their powers for evil.
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What’s New on Amazon Prime Video in July

  • The Wrap
Amazon Prime Video has announced its new content offerings for July 2019, a list that includes five Amazon Original series and one Amazon Original movie. The service will also start streaming Epix’s new series “Pennyworth,” which takes a look at the early life of Batman’s famous butler Alfred, on July 28.

In terms of original series, “Kung Fu Panda: The Paws of Destiny” returns for Season 1B on July 5. Season 2 of “Comicstaan” airs July 12, while Season 4 of “All or Nothing” premieres July 19. Season 3 of “Dino Dana” and the series premiere of “The Boys” — a superhero comic book adaptation — are coming July 26.

The Amazon original movie “Peterloo” — a historical drama that chronicles one of that bloodiest chapter’s in Britain’s history — debuts July 3.

Some other movies to look forward to include “Under the Silver Lake,” the new “Hellboy,” “Corpse Bride,” “Rosemary’s Baby,” and five different “Star Trek” films ranging
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Star Trek’s Jonathan Frakes Joins In On Captain Picard Day Celebrations

As any loyal Star Trek fan will know, June 16th is Captain Picard Day, a celebration of all things Jean-Luc. The idea came from the Star Trek: The Next Generation episode “The Pegasus,” wherein Captain Picard receives tributes from the children of the Enterprise.

Over the weekend, tons of fans took to Twitter to celebrate and actor Jonathan Frakes, who played Picard’s first officer Riker on the series, joined in on the fun as well with a video that anticipates his collaboration with Patrick Stewart on the upcoming Star Trek: Picard series.

Frakes wished “Trekkers, Trekkies and Picardians” a “happy Captain Picard’s Day” in a video from the official Star Trek Twitter page. The clip shows Picard being somewhat uncomfortable at the party for the Enterprise’s children, where Riker teases him about the various artworks created in his honour. Meanwhile, Deanna Troi tries to explain to Picard
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Star Trek Fans Celebrate Picard Day Ahead Of Patrick Stewart’s Return

Patrick Stewart is currently filming his much-anticipated return to Starfleet in the upcoming Star Trek: Picard TV series, which will continue Jean-Luc Picard’s adventures 17 years after we last saw the former captain of the Enterprise -D in 2002’s Star Trek: Nemesis. This means that this year’s Captain Picard Day celebrations are even more vibrant than usual, with fans flocking to social media over the weekend to mark the special day.

Wait, the less enlightened among you may be thinking now, what’s Captain Picard Day? In The Next Generation episode “The Pegasus,” we learn that the children on board the Enterprise celebrate the day in honor of the esteemed captain every year. Based on the Stardate 47457.1, fans have worked out that the correct day for us celebrate the occasion is June 16th.

And so, while yesterday also happened to be Father’s Day, Trek lovers were more excited
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How Old Will Jean-Luc Be In Star Trek: Picard?

Patrick Stewart returns to the Star Trek franchise after a break of 17 years in the upcoming Picard TV series, naturally featuring him reprising his fan favorite role as the former Enterprise captain Jean-Luc Picard. For those who like to keep their Trek timeline straight, there’s an interesting mystery to solve ahead of the show’s arrival: exactly how old is the retired Starfleet officer now?

To work that out, we first need to pinpoint exactly what year Picard is set in. Stewart himself has described it as picking up 20 years after the events of Star Trek: Nemesis (his last time in the role), which would make the setting 2399. However, the first trailer for the series heavily suggested that Picard was involved in rescuing the Romulan people after the destruction of Romulus 15 years previously. According to 2009’s Star Trek, that event occurred in 2387. In which case, Picard would kick off
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Is Jonathan Frakes Teasing A Return As Riker In Star Trek: Picard?

Star Trek: Picard is set to bring back Patrick Stewart as Jean-Luc Picard a whole 17 years since we last saw him in 2002’s Star Trek: Nemesis. As much of an unexpected treat as this is, fans can’t help but keep their fingers crossed that other characters from The Next Generation could return as well. And it looks like such a thing might be happening. At least, according to a cryptic tweet from one of Stewart’s old co-stars.

Jonathan Frakes took to Twitter yesterday to share a picture of a trombone along with the caption: “My next project…” Though this seems completely innocuous at first glance, it’s got Trek lovers all a-buzz as Frakes’ character Commander Riker frequently played the trombone. So, is he hinting that he’s about to make a comeback as Riker in Picard?

My next project… pic.twitter.com/5wVcugDHnZ

— Jonathan Frakes (@jonathansfrakes) June
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Star Trek: 10 Next Generation Characters We Hope Get Their Own Spin-Off

Star Trek fans are over-the-moon about the announcement of a Captain Picard-centric Star Trek: The Next Generation spin-off. We haven't seen Patrick Stewart in the commanding role of Captain Jean-Luc Picard since Star Trek: Nemesis, and Star Trek: Picard is easily one of the most anticipated shows of the year.

Related: Star Trek: Picard Shouldn’t Use The Next Generation's Memory Loss As A Plot Device

Even though Stewart has warned us that "He may not be the Jean-Luc that you recognise and know so well," we can't wait to see him in the show that he says he's signed on to star in for multiple seasons. We also can't help but fantasize about what other spin-offs featuring different Tng characters might look like.
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William Shatner Says He’s Willing To Return To Star Trek

Patrick Stewart is returning to Star Trek to reprise his role as Jean-Luc Picard in the self-titled TV series Picard. But would the franchise’s other most revered Enterprise captain be interested in suiting up for Starleet once again?

William Shatner last appeared as James Tiberius Kirk 25 years ago in 1994’s Star Trek: Generations, but the actor says he’d be up for an unexpected comeback. We say unexpected as Kirk died in the film. While speaking to ComicBook.com though, Shatner was asked the question and replied with a positive answer, saying:

“I certainly would. You know? A well-written thing? I certainly would. Absolutely.”

This is in contrast to the last reply he gave on the same topic. Earlier this year, the 88-year-old actor admitted he would find the task of leading an ongoing TV show, as Stewart is with Picard, a bit of a challenge at his age
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Star Trek TV Preview: All New and Upcoming CBS Shows

Juliette Harrisson May 29, 2019

Here's a guide to the many and various Star Trek spin-offs and new TV shows CBS is sending our way...

This article comes from Den of Geek UK.

Warning: contains spoilers for Star Trek: Discovery season 2, up to and including the season finale.

In June 2018, it was announced that CBS had hired Alex Kurtzman in a five-year deal to oversee the development of a host of new shows set in the Star Trek universe. Kurtzman co-wrote 2010's Star Trek and 2013's Star Trek Into Darkness with his writing partner Roberto Orci. He joined Star Trek: Discovery as an executive producer early on and has stayed with the show through numerous changes in showrunner, taking on the role solo during the second season, and sharing show-running duties with Michelle Paradise for the upcoming third season.

CBS has hired Kurtzman to develop an inter-connected Star Trek universe, in the
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Star Trek: Picard Trailer Might’ve Teased A Kelvin Timeline Connection

At last, the first trailer for Star Trek: Picard, Sir Patrick Stewart’s much-anticipated return as Jean-Luc Picard, arrived last week and, in doing so, gave us our first look at the upcoming CBS All Access TV show. The minute-long teaser kept its cards close to its chest and mostly just gave us some shots of Picard’s family vineyard – not that fans minded – but one line of the narration may have told us more than we initially thought.

What Picard has been up to since we last saw him in 2002’s Star Trek: Nemesis is alluded to in the trailer by an unknown female voiceover. We learn that he was promoted to admiral and his most heroic act was how he “commanded the greatest rescue armada in history.” It’s hinted that, despite Picard’s best intentions, this didn’t go well and caused him to leave Starfleet and retire to his native France.
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"Star Trek: Picard"

Take a look at the first footage from "Star Trek: Picard", the currently shooting 10-episode web TV series showcasing "Star Trek: The Next Generation" character 'Jean-Luc Picard', played by crusty Patrick Stewart, streaming late 2019 on "CBS All Access":

The new series was created for CBS All Access as part of an expansion of the "Star Trek" franchise headed by executive producer Alex Kurtzman, set 18 years after the events of "Star Trek: Nemesis" (2002), and affected by the destruction of 'Romulus' in the film "Star Trek" (2009), also starring Santiago Cabrera, Michelle Hurd, Evan Evagora, Alison Pill...

...Harry Treadaway and Isa Briones.

Click the images to enlarge and Sneak Peek "Star Trek: Picard"...

More "Star Trek" Here
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The end is only the beginning in first teaser for Star Trek: Picard

  • JoBlo
It's been nearly seventeen years since the release of Star Trek: Nemesis, which was the last time that Patrick Stewart played Captain Jean-Luc Picard, but as we know, the actor is set to return to the role for a new Star Trek TV series. Star Trek: Picard will take place after the destruction of the Romulan Empire and find Picard's life having been radically altered by that…
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First ‘Picard’ Trailer Invites You to Enjoy Fine Picard Wines

CBS All Access has revealed the first trailer for the upcoming Star Trek series, Star Trek: Picard. The show will star Patrick Stewart reprising his role as Jean-Luc Picard, which he played for seven seasons on Star Trek: The Next Generation as well as the films Star Trek: Generations, Star Trek: First Contact, Star Trek: Insurrection, and Star Trek: Nemesis. The trailer itself isn’t bad. I certainly like the idea of a Star Trek series returning to one of its central characters and trying to find a way to continue the story. Rarely do we have a Star …
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First Trailer For Star Trek: Picard Shows A Much Older Captain

After months of rumors, speculation, and a mountain of hype, CBS has finally released the first official trailer for Star Trek: Picard. Up until recently, we weren’t even sure what the show would be called, but last week, the network revealed a brief look at the logo and official title, while also showing off some behind the scenes photos. Now, after much anticipation, longtime fans can finally feast their eyes on some official footage, which shows off a much older version of Picard.

As reported by Trek News, the new trailer clocks in at around one minute in length. There’s no space combat or deliberation on a starship’s bridge to be seen – instead, the entire video is set at Picard’s vineyard in France. As the aged captain walks around his winery, a female voiceover recalls his many accomplishments and lengthy career. The trailer ends with a
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