This doesn’t reveal much in terms of plot, but it certainly stokes interest in the fourth season of BBC America’s Orphan Black. The series, starring recent Emmy nominee Tatiana Mislay, returns April 2016.

There’s not much here except the unveiling of the Twin Peaks town sign (with that impossibly high population) and that wonderful Angelo Badalamenti score. Still, production is starting, and fan will have to hold their collective breaths until 2017 when it officially premieres.

For those anxious for 90’s sitcom nostalgia, the teaser trailer for the Netflix season (should we call it a continuation?) of Fuller House should satisfy. Since it’s only about 15 seconds long, it doesn’t show much. We see the iconic San Francisco house with the red door, but we don’t see any of the returning actors.

I have two burning questions about Fuller House:

  1. Have the Tanners really not re-decorated their house? This is prime real estate, so you’d think Danny would at least visit an IKEA to change things up. Maybe we will be stuck in a time warp?
  2. Is this the Comet? When the show was originally announced, I joked that poor Comet has probably gone to the doghouse in the sky. Are they going to try and convince us that this golden retriever is the original? Since he was the star of the teaser, I am just going to put it out there that I would watch 13 episodes of just Comet scratching at the door.

Fuller House debuts on Netflix on February 26th.

This is all about Jon Snow. Take that for what you will.

Outlander Season Two features its two main characters – Jamie and Claire Fraser (Sam Heughan and Caitriona Balfe) – as they journey back in time to France. Season Two premieres Spring 2016.

HBO release the first official teaser poster for the sixth season of its Emmy-winning series Game of Thrones. It confirms an April start date for the series after rumors had pushed the start as late as May. It also solely features Jon Snow (Kit Harrington) who was apparently stabbed to death at the end of Season Five. Even though few actually thought Snow’s death would hold true, this is at least some confirmation that we haven’t seen the last of the pivotal character.


Hulu released the first official teaser for its upcoming miniseries 11.22.63, based on the best-selling Stephen King novel. In the story, high school English teacher Jake Epping (played by Oscar-nominee James Franco) travels back in time to stop the assassination of President John F. Kennedy. The series also stars Chris Cooper, Josh Duhamel, Sarah Gadon, and Cherry Jones.

11.22.63 premieres February 15, 2016, on Hulu.

Lena Dunham’s Girls has dropped its Season Five teaser trailer in advance of its late February premiere. The teaser features only Dunham dancing “like no one is watching.” Her mother (Becky Ann Baker) is also seen briefly. None of the other cast members are included in the teaser.

Girls is set to premiere Sunday, February 21, at 10pm following Vinyl

Limited Series

Set to debut in February 2016, Ryan Murphy’s American Crime Story: The People v. O.J. Simpson has started to roll out a series of teasers giving the world its first look at the modern crime epic. The most recent teaser, which debuted during last night’s American Horror Story: Hotel, shows John Travolta as Robert Shapiro.

American Crime Story will be another anthology series for Murphy, its first outing focusing on the infamous O.J. Simpson murder trial. The series is already praised for its tremendous cast of high-profile actors.


Slightly of note is Sunday night’s Halloween episode of The Simpsons, not to be confused with the annual “Treehouse of Horror” episode that will air on October 25. 

Be sure to tune into Monday’s Water Cooler Podcast which covers the “Treehouse of Horror” genius. 

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