… of which she don’t give a damn.

Jessica Jones drops on Netflix November 20.

Literally crushes it.

Jessica Jones stars Krysten Ritter and will drop all 13 episodes on Netflix November 20.

Premiering in 2016 on FX, the future Emmy-winning American Crime Story: The People vs. O.J. Simpson has released a teaser that literally defines the word teaser. Rather than show the parade of celebs lined up to play the figures in this most modern of crime dramas, the teaser instead focuses on brief lines of dialogue, leaving the distraction of the heavily made-up actors to our imaginations.

What do you think? You in?

Netflix has announced a premiere date for Jessica Jones, its follow up to last Spring’s critically acclaimed Daredevil. Jones will drop on November 20 during the standard Netflix availability window. The series tells the story of the titular character, played by Krysten Ritter, who abandons a superhero lifestyle to become a private detective in New York City. The series is the second Netflix entry in a planned 4-series run leading into an Avengers-style event called The Defenders.


Apparently, today was the day to get out the trailer / teaser / extended clips for upcoming season premieres of fan-favorite Fall TV shows. Here’s a bundle of trailers to sort through. Enjoy as we head into the Fall TV season!






Fox has dropped Andy Samberg’s first promo as host of the 2015 Emmy Awards. Take a peak…

The American Horror Story series is infamous for several things, particularly the uncanny ability to garner multiple Emmy nominations for each season. One thing fans and detractors alike consistently comment on is the state of their season teasers, which are traditionally scarier and more artful than the main season itself.

Will American Horroy Story: Hotel prove different? We won’t know until October 7 if that again proves true, but here are the latest teasers to whet your appetite or disappointment, depending on your expectations.



HBO has released a stunning teaser trailer for Westworld, its upcoming reboot of the Michael Crichton-directed 1973 film. The TV series stars Anthony Hopkins, James Marsden, Evan Rachel Wood, Jeffrey Wright, Thandie Newton, and Ed Harris among others.

The series is scheduled to premiere in 2016.

Now that Boardwalk Empire has wrapped, director Martin Scorsese and writer Terence Winter, joined by rock legend Mick Jagger, have moved on to the 1970s rock n’ roll era. HBO has finally released a teaser trailer showcasing Scorsese’s trademark sensibilities and two of his favorite Rolling Stones hits. The series stars Bobby Cannavale, Olivia Wilde, Ray Romano, Juno Temple, Andrew Dice Clay among others.

A premiere date has not been set for the 2016 drama.

Well, here we go… FOX is started the campaign last week for its January limited series X-Files event with the “201 Days of The X-Files” gimmick that, nonetheless, this writer fell for. Now, it’s a brief teaser that aired during tonight’s X-Files-y Wayward Pines.

The X-Files returns on January 24.

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