Someone must have been very good this year, because Amazon Prime Video has plenty of presents this December: original movies include Sound of Metal, starring Riz Ahmed as a drummer suffering hearing loss and Olivia Cooke as his recovering heroin addict girlfriend and bandmate; I’m Your Woman, a 1970s crime drama starring Rachel Brosnahan as a suburban housewife forced on the run when her thief husband betrays his partners; and Sylvie’s Love, a romance set in 1950s Harlem starring Tessa Thompson.

Then there are the series — highlights include the fifth season of sci-fi hit The Expanse, plus new YA drama The Wilds. (Archive shows headed to Prime this month include all five seasons of early 2000s classic The Bernie Mac Show, and all eight seasons of ’90s sitcom Mad About You, including the 2019 revival.)

Other new additions include the 2020 Valley Girl remake; Blackbird, starring Susan Sarandon as a dying woman hosting her family for one last time; A League of their Own; Harold & Kumar Go to White Castle and its sequel; and the 2009 animated hit Cloudy With a Chance of Meatballs. Two more of Sean Connery’s James Bond classics, Dr. No and Goldfinger, head back to the streaming service with many of the rest of the late actor’s Bond titles.

Keep reading to find out what else is new on Amazon Prime Video in December, with some highlights noted at the top.


Sound of Metal (2019)


Description: During a series of adrenaline-fueled one-night gigs, itinerant punk-metal drummer Ruben (Riz Ahmed) begins to experience intermittent hearing loss. When a specialist tells him his condition will rapidly worsen, he thinks his music career — and with it his life — is over. His bandmate and girlfriend Lou (Olivia Cooke) checks the recovering heroin addict into a secluded sober house for the deaf in hopes it will prevent a relapse and help him learn to adapt to his new situation. But after being welcomed into a community that accepts him just as he is, Ruben has to choose between his equilibrium and the drive to reclaim the life he once knew. Utilizing startling, innovative sound design techniques, director Darius Marder takes audiences inside Ruben’s experience to vividly recreate his journey into a rarely examined world.

Critics Consensus: An evocative look at the experiences of the deaf community, Sound of Metal is brought to life by Riz Ahmed’s passionate performance.

Premiere Date: December 4

The Wilds: Season 1 (2020)


Description: Part survival drama, part dystopic slumber party, The Wilds follows a group of teen girls from different backgrounds who must fight for survival after a plane crash strands them on a deserted island. The castaways both clash and bond as they learn more about each other, the secrets they keep, and the traumas they’ve all endured. There’s just one twist to this thrilling drama: these girls did not end up on this island by accident.

Premiere Date: December 11

I'm Your Woman (2020)


Description: A decidedly female take on crime dramas of the 1970s, I’m Your Woman is a tale of love, betrayal, motherhood—and what it takes to claim your life as your own. Suburban housewife Jean (Rachel Brosnahan) lives a seemingly easy life, supported by husband Eddie’s (Bill Heck) career as a thief. But when Eddie betrays his partners, Jean and her baby are forced to go on the run, and Eddie’s old friend Cal (Arinzé Kene) is tasked with keeping them safe. After Cal mysteriously disappears, Jean befriends his wife Teri (Marsha Stephanie Blake) and the two women set out on a perilous journey into the heart of Eddie’s criminal underworld.

Critics Consensus: Smart, sophisticated, and subversive, I’m Your Woman is brought to life by a powerful performance from Rachel Brosnahan — and finds director Julia Hart in near-total command of her craft.

Premiere Date: December 11

The Expanse: Season 5 (2020)


Description: Season five of The Expanse picks up as multitudes of humans leave the solar system in search of new homes and vast fortunes on the earth-like worlds beyond the alien Ring, and a heavy price for centuries of exploitation of the Belt finally comes due and a reckoning is at hand. For the crew of the Rocinante and the leaders of the Inner Planets and the Belt, the past and present converge, bringing forth personal challenges that have wide-reaching repercussions throughout the Solar System. Amos (Wes Chatham) returns to Earth to confront his past and the legacy of the life he fought to leave behind. Naomi (Dominique Tipper) reaches out to her estranged son in a desperate bid to save him from his father’s toxic influence. Bobbie (Frankie Adams) and Alex (Cas Anvar) confront the collapse of Mars as they chase a shadowy cabal with ties to terrorists and criminals. Holden (Steven Strait) wrestles with the consequences of his own past with the Protomolecule, the aliens who built it, and the mystery of what killed them. Drummer (Cara Gee), with a new crew, fights to escape who and what she used to be. And Avasarala (Shohreh Aghdashloo), refusing to be relegated to the sidelines, fights to prevent a terrorist attack unrivaled in history.

Premiere Date: December 16

Sylvie's Love (2020)


Description: Written and directed by Eugene Ashe, Sylvie’s Love combines romance and music into a sweeping story that brings together changing times, a changing culture, and the true price of love. Set in the summer of 1957, aspiring television producer Sylvie (Tessa Thompson) and saxophonist Robert (Nnamdi Asomugha) first meet and fall for one another. Time and circumstances pull them apart, but years later they meet again by chance, only to find that while their lives have changed, their feelings for each other remain the same.

Premiere Date: December 25

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Available 12/1


12 Disasters (2012) (Moviesphere)
Snowbound for Christmas (2019) (Up Faith & Family)


1 Channels sampling: the first season of these subscription-channel series are available to Prime members this month.

12 Disasters (2012) (Moviesphere)1
A House Divided: Season 1 (Urban Movie Channel)1
Christmas Chalet (2019) (Up Faith & Family)1
Enterprice: Season 1 (Topic)1
George Gently: Season 1 (Acorn TV)1
How the States Got Their Shapes: Season 1 (History Vault)1
Lidia Celebrates America Home for the Holidays: Season 1 (PBS Living)1
Los Rodriguez el más allá (2019) (Pantaya)1
Love at the Christmas Table (2012) (Lifetime Movie Club)1
My Crazy Ex: Season 1 (A&E Crime Central)1
NOVA: The Planets: Season 1 (PBS Documentaries)1
Roadkill: Season 1 (MotorTrend)1
Snowbound for Christmas (2019) (Up Faith & Family)1
The Berlin Dance School: Season 1 (PBS Masterpiece)1
Tom & Jerry Tales: Season 1 (Boomerang)1
Wild Kratts: China Adventure: Season 1 (PBS Kids)1

Available 12/4

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Available 12/11

Victoria Small (Pequeña Victoria): Season 1

Available 12/16

Available 12/17

La Pachanga (1958)

Available 12/18

The Grand Tour Presents: A Massive Hunt – Amazon Original Special*

Available 12/23

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Yearly Departed – Amazon Original Special*

Available 12/31

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For those on the ground, Comic-Con is all about out-cosplaying each other and getting up close, personal, and maybe a little sweaty, with their favorite artists, writers, actors, showrunners, toymakers, and more. For those outside of the San Diego bubble, it’s all about first-look clips and fresh-out-of-the-edit-suite new trailers. We’ll have them right here as they drop, with the newest trailers at the top.

Movies | TV

Movie Trailers

Trailer for The Walking Dead Movie

Rick Grimes is dead. Long live Rick Grimes. The Walking Dead is coming to the big screen and though this teaser doesn’t reveal much, it’s the first promo at all we’ve seen for it.

Trailer for 21 Bridges (2019) 54%

We’re getting the first full look of Chadwick Boseman’s police thriller 21 Bridges, which follows an embattled NYPD detective thrust into a citywide manhunt after uncovering a massive and unexpected conspiracy.

In theaters September 27, 2019.

Trailer for Terminator: Dark Fate (2019) 70%

Arnie’s back in action as Comic-Con hosts a new lengthy look at Terminator: Dark Fate, which will ignore every sequel after T2: Judgment Day. Linda Hamilton has long been known to be back as Sarah Connor, featuring prominently in the promo material thus far, but now it’s been confirmed that Edward Furlong is also back as not-so-young son John.

In theaters November 1, 2019.

Trailer for Top Gun: Maverick (2022)

Comic-Con is feeling the need! Tom Cruise made a surprise appearance in San Diego, reminiscing about making the original Top Gun in town and even across the street from the convention center 34 years ago. Cruise returns as Maverick who’s set to instruct Goose’s son (Miles Teller) into the open skies, in a movie he calls a love letter to aviation.

In theaters June 26, 2020.

Trailer for Jay and Silent Bob Reboot (2019) 67%

The Askewniverse just got a little more crowded as Kevin Smith releases the first trailer for Jay and Silent Bob Reboot, where our two titular heroic heartthrobs smoke, fight, and pop culture reference their way to California to stop a Hollywood reboot of their comic book movie. Smith has lost none of his loquacity in recent years as evidenced not only by his burgeoning podcast empire, but the sheer amount of celebrities he’s convinced to show up for some R-rated cameos.

In theaters in 2019.

Trailer for It: Chapter Two (2019) 62%

It’s 27 years after the events of the first It. The Losers Club has moved on and they’re all (penny)wiser from the experience, and not unlikely carrying a significant amount of trauma baggage. Bill Hader, Jessica Chastain, and James McAvoy are among the reformed adults Losers, who are called back to their always seemingly idyllic hometown to put an end to the trickster murder-clown once and for all.

In theaters in September 6, 2019.

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TV Trailers

Trailer for Harley Quinn

DC Universe gave fans a naughty look at Harley Quinn’s new animated series, with guest appearances by Aquaman, Batman, The Joker, Poison Ivy and more DC favorites.

Harley Quinn is coming soon to DC Universe.

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In this full scene from The Magicians season 5, Julia Wicker (Stella Maeve) meets pig man Sir Effingham, who introduces a new quest for her.

Season 5 premieres in 2020 on Syfy. 

Trailer for Wynonna Earp: Season 4 (2020)

Wynonna Earp promised “Everything you asked for” and shared a blooper reel.

Season 4 premieres in 2020 on Syfy. 

Trailer for The Flash: Season 6 (2019)

The Flash introduced fans to Dr. Ramsey Rosso (Sendhil Ramamurth), aka Bloodwork. He doesn’t seem so bad. All he wants to do is prevent anyone from ever dying again. What could possibly go wrong?

Season 6 premieres October 8 at 8PM on The CW.

Trailer for Supergirl: Season 5

Supergirl gave fans a look at Kara (Melissa Benoist)’s new one-piece suit, and new cast members Julie Gonzalo and William Dey. This season, Supergirl’s new foe isn’t a villian. It’s addictive technology.

Season 5 premieres October 6 at 8PM on The CW.

 Teaser for Black Lightning: Season 3 (2019)

Black Lightning also took a look back at the Pierce family joining forces as electric powered superheroes, ending with a tease as they’re recruited to fight the Markovian War in season 3.

Season 3 premieres October 21 at 9PM on The CW.

Teaser for Arrow: Season 8 (2019)

Arrow, the show that launched the Arrowverse on The CW, is coming to an end after its eighth season. They’re not revealing much about the big finale in this first look, which focuses more on a look back at the Arrowverse’s flagship series.

Season 8 premieres October 15 on The CW.

First Scene of The Man in the High Castle: Season 4 (2019)

The final season of The Man in the High Castle begins this fall. The first scene shows Juliana (Alexa Davalos) waking up in a flower bed and stumbling across a seemingly good version of John Smith (Rufus Sewell), plus another unexpected reunion.

Season 4 pemieres November 15 on Amazon Prime.

Trailer for Snowpiercer

Fans of the movie Snowpiercer have waited years to see TBS’s series adaptation, through different directors and showrunners and retooled pilots. Showrunner Graeme Mason and cast members Jennifer Connell, Daveed Diggs, Alison Wright, and Mickey Summer finally brought the first look to Comic-Con, which looks remarkably faithful to the film from tail to engine car.

Snowpiercer premieres next spring on TBS.

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YouTube’s 100% fresh series Impulse returns for a second season as Henry (Maddie Hasson) tries to learn how to use her teleportation powers. If you need to catch up, YouTube is offering the whole first season free this summer.

Season 2 premieres this fall on YouTube Premium.

Trailer for Family Guy: Season 18 (2019)

Peter joins Beavis and Butt-Head and Meg becomes anime in season 18 of Family Guy. Plus, the Griffins survive disasters of fire and water and Quagmire has a house full of cats. Giggity giggity meow meow!

Season 18 premieres September 29 on Fox.

Extended Trailer for The Expanse: Season 4 (2019)

Ever since Amazon saved The Expanse from cancellation at Syfy, fans have been waiting to find out when season 4 would appear on Prime. The Comic-Con trailer finally revealed that, as well as the Rocinante landing on the new planet Ilus. If that’s where season 4 begins, what’s in store for them on Ilus?

Season 4 premieres December 13 on Amazon Prime.

Trailer for The Expanse: Season 4 (2019)

Shorter trailer for The Expanse season 4.

Season 4 premieres December 13 on Amazon Prime.

Trailer for Westworld: Season 3 (2020)

Ever since the hosts escaped the park, we’ve been waiting to see how they make it in the real world. HBO’s Comic-Con trailer gives us a peak, as well as a glimpse at Aaron Paul’s new character and perhaps a WWII era park. Also, Bernard (Jeffrey Wright) and The Man in Black (Ed Harris) aren’t gone yet either.

Westworld season 3 returns in 2020 on HBO.

Trailer for Star Trek: Picard

It’s finally here! The trailer for Star Trek: Picard not only shows Patrick Stewart resuming his seat on the bridge, but Brent Spiner returns as Data (finally resolving the end of Star Trek: Nemesis), Borg actor Jonathan Del Arco is back, and even Voyager‘s Seven of Nine (Jeri Ryan) joins Jean-Luc Picard.

Star Trek: Picard beams onto CBS All Access in early 2020.

Trailer for DuckTales: Season 2 (1988)

Coming up on season 2 of Disney’s Ducktales reboot are adventures in space and time, plus cameos from Donald and Gizmoduck!

Ducktales is now airing on Disney Channel.

Trailer for Project Blue Book: Season 2 (2020)

The second season of History Channel’s Project Blue Book catches up to the Roswell landing, as Hynek (Aiden Gillen) doesn’t believe the official story about a weather balloon.

Project Blue Book season 2 returns this winter on History.

Trailer for NeXt

As we’re all learning what social media and apps like Face are doing with our data, Fox has a new event series about AI that really is trying to take over, including a device very similar to Alexa.

NeXt is coming in 2020 to Fox.

Trailer for Star Trek: Short Treks

Can’t wait for Star Trek: Picard or season 3 of Star Trek: Discovery? Tide yourself over with more Star Trek: Short Treks. The trailer for six new shorts features Trek favorites Spock, Pike and Tribbles!

More Star Trek: Short Treks arrives this fall on CBS All Access.

Trailer for Watchmen

HBO gave us a look at Damon Lindelof’s Watchmen series, starring Regina King, Jeremy Irons and Jean Smart, and showing us the world after the Alan Moore comic and Zack Snyder movie. Get a glimpse at some new masked vigilantes and some hints at where the surviving Dr. Manhattan is hiding in the new trailer.

Watchmen premieres this October on HBO.

Trailer for Preacher: Season 4 (2019)

The end is nigh for Preacher as Jesse (Dominic Cooper), Tulip (Ruth Negga) and Cassidy (Joseph Gilgun) try to stop the apocalypse while Hilter (Noah Taylor) plays both the piano and racquetball in Preacher‘s final season.

Season 4 premieres August 4 at 9PM on AMC.

Trailer for Batwoman 82%: Season 1

Batman has gone missing. It’s up to one person – Bruce Wayne’s niece — to take up the mantle See the first, stylish full look at the new Batwoman show, starring Ruby Rose!

Season 1 premieres October 6, 2019 on CW.

Trailer for Carnival Row 57%: Season 1

Fantasy words collide in Carnival Row, starring Orlando Bloom as a bowler hatted gent who lives in a world of humans co-existing with wondrous creatures. There’s a clear heirachy, with homo spaiens at the top, which makes it all the more dangerous when Bloom’s character falls in love with a faerie, played by Cara Delevinge.

Season 1 premieres August 30, 2019 on Amazon.

Trailer for The Terror 87%: Season 1

Below we got the first look featurette on The Terror: Infamy. Now, here’s the trailer!

Season 2 returns August 12 on AMC.

Trailer for The Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance 88%: Season 1

The Gelfling are back to take down somre more Skeksis in this epic journey. Everything Netflix has put out for their Dark Crystal sequel series has been well-recieved, and this one looks no different.

Season 1 will premiere August 30, 2019 on Netflix.

Trailer for Rick and Morty 94%: Season 4

Rick and Morty make a fashionably late return at this year’s Comic-Con with a clip featuring a new, wily alien called Glootie.

Season 4 will premiere November 2019 on Adult Swim.

Trailer for The Witcher 68%: Season 1

The beloved open world RPG gets its deserved high-profile adaptation on Netflix, starring Henry Cavill as Geralt. At Comic-Con they revealed the first full look!

Season 1 will premiere 2019 on Netflix.

Trailer for She-Ra and the Princesses of Power 97%: Season 3

Hot off the 7-episode Season 2, the rainbow-powered looks to continue enrapturing younger fans while reminding adult viewers about the virtues of friendship and kindness.

Season 3 will premiere August 2, 2019 on Netflix.

Trailer for Creepshow Season 1

Creepshow originally started as a horror film anthology series in the early ’80s – the first one was pretty great, the second not so much, and the third got a 0%. And that was about all we heard since for the Stephen King/George A. Romero joint. Now, Creepshow is back to spread its horror-comedy hijinks on Shudder. In keeping with the format, there will be two stories told per six episodes.

Season 1 premieres September 26, 2019 on Shudder.

Trailer for Mayans M.C. 86%: Season 2

The Reyes clan is back in the saddle for this Sons of Anarchy spinoff. Season 2 promises more brawls and gunplay, more gang intrigue, and the revelation that we’ll find out who killed Mama Reyes.

Season 2 will premiere September 13, 2019 on FX.

Trailer for %: Season 6

The showrunners announced that Season 7 of Agents will be the last. They’re currently in the tail end of Season 6, so this trailer gives a glimpse into the next three episodes.

Season 6 is currently airing on ABC.

Trailer for His Dark Materials 81%: Season 1

They’ve tried adapting His Dark Materials before and it was not great. But HBO’s giving Philip Pullman’s anti-Narnia an expanded try, already committing to a second season just as they’re only initially dropping the first trailer at Comic-Con. James McAvoy, Ruth Wilson, Dafne Keen, and Lin-Manuel Miranda are among the stars.

Season 1 premieres Fall 2019 on HBO.

Trailer for Van Helsing : Season 4

Tricia Helfer is joining the fourth season cast of Van Helsing as Dracula, leading the vampires’ rise through the world, while going up against Vanessa Van Helsing and her merry band of monster killers.

Season 4 returns Fall 2019 on Syfy.

Trailer for The Terror 87%: Season 2

The second season of the AMC horror anthology series aka The Terror: Infamy gets its first look which, unlike Season 1’s doomed 1840s sea expedition, is set in a Japanese-American community during World War II as they suffer a series of bizarre deaths. A young man may be the key in solving the mystery plaguing the cast, which includes George Takei.

Season 2 returns August 12 on AMC.

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She’s back! Emmy- and Golden Globe-winning comedy The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel is returning to Amazon for its second season on Wednesday, Dec. 5.

Season 2 will see Midge (Rachel Brosnahan) dealing with the fallout from her takedown of Sophie Lennon, making her climb up the comedy ladder even more challenging — especially since she’s still keeping her new career as a standup comedian a secret from her family.

Recently added (updated 12/3): History Remembers George H.W. Bush (Dec. 5), Mysterious Islands (Dec. 26), Great Performances: The Bernstein Centennial Celebration (Dec. 28)

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Sunday, Dec. 2
Life-Size 2: A Christmas Eve (2018) 40% 9 p.m., Freeform
Berlin Station: Season 3 (2018)  9 p.m., Epix
Inside Syria’s Deadly Dynasty, 9 p.m., Nat Geo
The Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show Holiday Special, 10 p.m., ABC
Nightflyers: Season 1 (2018) 10 p.m., Syfy

Monday, Dec. 3
Finding Joy, Acorn TV
Vanderpump Rules: Season 7, 9 p.m., Bravo
Unanchored, 10 p.m., Bravo

Wednesday, Dec. 5
The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel: Season 2 (2018) 92% Amazon
Deal or No Deal, CNBC
History Remembers George H.W. Bush, 10 p.m., History Channel

Thursday, Dec. 6
Top Chef: Season 16, 9 p.m., Bravo

Friday, Dec. 7
RuPaul’s Drag Race Holi-slay Spectacular, 8 p.m., VH1
Love After Lockup: Season 2, 9 p.m., WE tv
Icebox, HBO

Sunday, Dec. 9
Counterpart: Season 2 (2018) 100% 9 p.m., Starz
Deadly Legacy, 10 p.m., Investigation Discovery

Monday, Dec. 10
9th Annual CMA Country Christmas, 8 p.m., ABC
Pentatonix: A Not-So-Silent Night, 10 p.m., NBC

Tuesday, Dec. 11
Jeff Beck: Still on the Run, 7:30 p.m., Showtime

Wednesday, Dec. 12
Marvel Rising: Secret Warriors, Marvel HQ YouTube Channel
Champaign Ill, YouTube Premium
Agnostic Front: Godfathers of Hardcore, 7 p.m., Showtime
Paris to Pittsburgh, 9 p.m., National Geographic
Susan Powell: An ID Murder Mystery, 10 p.m., Investigation Discovery

Thursday, Dec. 13
Dr. Pimple Popper: The 12 Pops of Christmas, 9 p.m., TLC
The Carbonaro Effect: Season 4 (2018) 10 p.m., tru TV (midseason premiere)
GG Allin: All In the Family, 10 p.m., Showtime

Friday, Dec. 14
Roma (2018) 96% Netflix
Fuller House: Season 4 (2018) Netflix
Tidelands: Season 1 (2018) 77% Netflix
Travelers: Season 3 (2018) Netflix
Voltron: Legendary Defender: Season 8 (2018) 86% Netflix
Chilling Adventures of Sabrina: Part 1 (2018) 91% A Midwinter’s Tale, Netflix
Cuckoo, Netflix
The Innocent Man, Netflix
The Protector, Netflix
Sunderland Til I Die, Netflix
LOL: Last One Laughing, Amazon
RuPaul's Drag Race: All Stars: Season 4 (2018) 86% 8 p.m., VH1
High & Mighty, 8 p.m., HBO Latino
k.d. lang: Landmarks Live in Concert – A Great Performances Special, 9 p.m., PBS
Korn’s Brian “Head” Welch: Loud Krazy Love, 10 p.m., Showtime

Saturday, Dec. 15
Pete Holmes: Dirty Clean, HBO
Dannemora Prison Break, 7 p.m., Oxygen

Sunday, Dec. 16
Springsteen on Broadway, Netflix
The Simpsons 30th Anniversary Marathon, 9 a.m., FXX
2018 Miss Universe, 7 p.m., Fox

Monday, Dec. 17
Blood, Acorn TV
America’s Got Talent: A Holiday of Champions, 10 p.m., NBC

Wednesday, Dec. 19
Overthinking with Kat & June: Season 1 () YouTube Premium
Schitt's Creek 93%: Holiday Episode, 10 p.m., Pop
Full Frontal With Samantha Bee Presents “Christmas on I.C.E.” 10:30 p.m., TBS

Thursday, Dec. 20
Timeless 91%: Series Finale, 8 p.m., NBC

Friday, Dec. 21
Marvel's Runaways: Season 2 (2018) 87% Hulu
Vanity Fair: Miniseries (2018) 89% Amazon
Bird Box (2018) 64% Netflix
Perfume: Season 1, Netflix
38Below: Tales of Arcadia, Netflix
Derry Girls, Netflix
Tales By Light, Netflix
Bad Seeds, Netflix
Struggle: The Life and Lost Art of Szukalski, Netflix
Last Hope, Netflix
Sirius the Jaeger, Netflix
Back With the Ex, Netflix
Wolf, Netflix
7 Days Out, Netflix
The Casketeers, Netflix
American Dream/American Knightmare, 8:30 p.m., Showtime

Saturday, Dec. 22
Demon’s Path, Netflix

Sunday, Dec. 23
Watership Down: Miniseries (2018) 74% Netflix
The Simpsons 85%: Simpsons Roasting on an Open Fire, 8 p.m., Fox
Marilyn Monroe For Sale, 9 p.m., Smithsonian Channel

Monday, Dec. 24
Agatha Raisin and the Fairies of Fryfam, Acorn TV
Hi Score Girl, Netflix

Wednesday, Dec. 26
41st Annual Kennedy Center Honors, 8 p.m., CBS
Mysterious Islands: Georgia’s Island of the Geechee People, 11 p.m., Travel Channel
Mysterious Islands: Islands of Eternal Life, 11:30 p.m., Travel Channel

Friday, Dec. 28
Into the Dark: New Year, New You, Hulu
Instant Hotel, Netflix
Murder Mountain, Netflix
Selection Day, Netflix
A Twelve-Year Night, Netflix
When the Angels Sleep, Netflix
Yummy Mummies, Netflix
Great Performances: The Bernstein Centennial Celebration, 9 p.m., PBS

Sunday, Dec. 30
The Orville: Season 2 (2019) 100% 8 p.m., Fox
The Lake Erie Murders: Who Killed Amy Mihaljevic?, 9 p.m., Investigation Discovery

Monday, Dec. 31
Taylor Swift reuputation Stadium Tour, Netflix
Fox’s New Year’s Eve With Steve Harvey: Live from Times Square, 8 p.m., Fox
Dick Clark’s New Year’s Rockin’ Eve With Ryan Seacrest, 8 p.m., ABC
NBC’s New Year’s Eve, 10 p.m., NBC

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For those on the ground, Comic-Con is all about out-cosplaying each other and getting up close, personal, and maybe a little sweaty, with their favorite artists, writers, actors, showrunners, toymakers, and more. For those outside of the San Diego bubble, it’s all about first-look clips and fresh-out-of-the-edit-suite new trailers.

This year, Comic-Con watchers can expect to see the first trailer for M. Night Shyamalan’s Glass, which reunites Unbreakable’s Samuel L. Jackson’s Mr. Glass and Bruce Willis’s David Dunn, and expands the Shyamalan-iverse with the inclusion of James McAvoy’s multiple personalities from Split – it should drop on Friday. And there’s James Wan’s Aquaman trailer, which we already know he’s putting the finishing touches on; it will go live on Saturday. Across the four days of the Convention, you can also expect new footage from Doctor Who, giving us our fullest look yet at Jodie Whittaker’s first female doctor, as well as trailers and clips for a slew of other anticipated TV and movie titles. We’ll have them right here as they drop, with the newest trailers at the top.

Movies | TV

Movie Trailers

Trailer for Cut Throat City

Comic-Con isn’t only about big studio movies. RZA released the trailer for Cut Throat City, the third movie he’s directed after The Man with the Iron Fists and Love Beats Rhymes (and an episode of Iron Fist). This drama tells the story of a group of 9th Ward residents in post Hurricane Katrina New Orleans, and has a mega ensemble cast including Shameik Moore, Wesley Snipes, T.I., Terrence Howard, Demetrius Shipp Jr., Denzel Whitaker, Keean Johnson, and Kat Graham.

In theaters in 2019.

Trailer for Aquaman (2018) 65%

The full trailer to James Wan‘s Aquaman movie already shows more of Atlantis than Aquaman (Jason Momoa)’s scenes in Justice League. Full of sea creatures and epic battles between undersea armies, Aquaman is set to be the action event of the Christmas season (and maybe another Fresh addition to the DCEU?!). There’s plenty of focus on Arthur’s childhood training, and Mera (Amber Heard) gets the most badass moments of the trailer. Check out our full breakdown of the Aquaman trailer. 

In theaters December 21. 

Trailer for Shazam! (2019) 90%

The trailer for Shazam! focuses on the kids, which makes it even better when Billy Batson (Asher Angel) turns into Shazam (Zachary Levi). Levi nails the childlike discovering of super powers. We also glimpse that Superman and Batman exist in this world.

In theaters April, 2019.

Trailer for Godzilla: King of the Monsters (2019) 42%

The full trailer for Godzilla: King of the Monsters gives us a look at all those other creatures over which Godzilla reigns. But are the real monsters the humans? Vera Farmiga has a plan to unleash the monsters to combat the apocalyptic scenarios also glimpsed in this trailer. Millie Bobbie Brown, Kyle Chandler, Charles Dance and Thomas Middleditch also get screen time.

In theaters May 2019.

Trailer for Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald (2018) 36%

Johnny Depp‘s blonde mohawk wins the trailer for Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindewald. Also see Newt Scamander (Eddie Redmayne) get his Riddikulus spell on and get closer with Dumbledore (Jude Law).

In theaters November 16.

Trailer for Glass (2019) 36%

Ever since 2000’s Unbreakable, M. Night Shyamalan fans have been asking him when he’s going to make a sequel. They got their answer at the very end of his 2017 film SplitNow, we finally get to see Bruce Willis, Samuel L. Jackson and James McAvoy in the same room for the culmination of what’s become a trilogy, and Sarah Paulson is the doctor trying to disprove their powers (good luck, Doc).

In theaters January, 2019

Teaser for Godzilla: King of the Monsters (2019) 42%

See Millie Bobby Brown attempt to reach “Monarch” (no relation to Dr. Venture) over the radio with some unpleasant results in the sneak peek for Godzilla: King of the Monsters. At the 36-second mark, you can see a camera and operator behind Brown; perplexing error or secret hidden viral puzzle for perceptive viewers to solve? You be the judge. A full trailer is expected to drop next week, and maybe there we’ll get a look of the incredible scaly hulk and the kaiju battle royale Warner Bros. is promising.

In theaters May 31, 2019

Trailer for Assassination Nation (2018) 74%

The trailer for Sam Levinson’s bonkers Sundance smash was expected to be revealed at the movie’s Thursday panel, which will feature the Russo Brothers, who acquired the movie after it played in Park City. In the anarchic spirit of the movie itself, though, the distributors defied expectations and released it a few days prior to the start of Comic-Con.

In theaters September 21, 2018

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Trailer for the Adventure Time 100% Series Finale

It’s going to be so hard to say goodbye to Adventure Time. At least the fans at Comic-Con got to say it in person to the creators and voices of the show. In return, Cartoon Network showed them a scene from the series finale.

Series finale September 3 on Cartoon Network.

Trailer for Steven Universe: The Movie

Are you already having Steven Universe withdrawal after season five ended July 6? well, hold out a little longer because you’re getting a whole Steven Universe movie. See the teaser, premiered at Comic-Con, above.

Coming soon to Cartoon Network.

Trailer for Supernatural 93%: season 14

Supernatural has got to be the longest running live-action series presenting at Comic-Con. Only the animated Simpsons and Family Guy can top it. So Supernatural has released a four minute recap of the first 13 seasons to tease the upcoming 14th this fall on The CW.

Season 14 returns October 11 on The CW.

Trailer for Riverdale: Season 3 (2018) 84%

Be sure to wait ’til the end of this Riverdale season 2 recap for a sneak peak of what’s to come in season 3. They keep it appropriately mysterious, but you see the gang get to frolic a little in the lake and ride in Archie (KJ Apa)’s hot rod before Betty (Lili Reinhart) discovers an ominous ceremony for infant twins.

Season 3 returns October 10 on The CW.

Trailer for Roswell, New Mexico

The first trailer for Roswell, New Mexico gives fans of the original Roswell a look at the new Max (Nathan Parsons) and Liz (Jeanine Mason), the roles originally played by Jason Behr and Shiri Appleby. Also get a peek at the alien cocoons and the famous moment when Max uses his alien powers to save Liz’s life.

Coming to The CW in 2019.

Trailer for The Purge: Season 1 (2018) 42%

If you stayed for the credits in The First Purge this summer, you got to see the first teaser for The Purge TV series. Now the first trailer with footage from the show reveals all the different activities you may see on purge night. Of course there is the expected violence, but some other groups have different ideas on how to practice the purge.

Coming to USA September 4.

Trailer for The Flash: Season 5 (2018) 94%

Barry (Grant Gustin) and Iris (Candice Patton) get a visit from their future daughter Nora (Jessica Parker Kennedy) in the season 5 trailer for The Flash. Time travel paradoxes abound and Barry refers to the classic one caused by Marty McFly in Back to the Future. In the panel, the show also announced Chris Klein joining the fifth season as the villain Cicada.

Season 5 returns on The CW October 9.

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A brief minute of season 3 footage for The Man in the High Castle really leans into the multiple worlds, and some of our favorite characters are only alive in one of them. Can they come together without letting the Reich loose on both worlds?

Season 3 returns to Amazon Prime October 5.

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The Simpsons creator Matt Groening brings his overbite aesthetic to the medieval princess genre in Disenchantment.  If you couldn’t tell by his irreverent take on the headstrong, independent princess riff with the sassy voice of Abbi Jacobson, the trailer is set to a Renaissance faire cover of “Rebel Rebel.”

Premieres on Netflix August 17.

Trailer for DC's Legends of Tomorrow: Season 4 (2018) 98%

Season 4 of DC’s Legends of Tomorrow finds the Legends enjoying a brief moment of victory before John Constantine (Matt Ryan) returns with more bad news. A unicorn at Woodstock, Paul Revere and more time travel and fantastic creatures are in the above trailer. Also look for Back to the Future‘s Tom Wilson as Nate (Nick Zano)’s father Nick and Ramona Young joining the cast.

Season 4 returns on The CW October 22.

Trailer for Supergirl 88%: season 4

The season 4 trailer for Supergirl reveals Agent Liberty (Sam Witwer) leveling some very harsh (and sadly familiar) accusations against our visitors from outer space. Fortunately, Kara (Melissa Benoist) is ready to fight for her and their place on Earth, and looks like she’ll have a new costume to help. At the Supergirl panel, the show also announced TV’s first trans superhero. Nicole Maines will play Nia Nal, aka Dreamer.

Season 4 returns on The CW on its new night Sunday, October 14.

Trailer for Arrow 86%: season 7

The trailer for season 7 of Arrow begins with Oliver Queen (Stephen Amell) in prison, but that doesn’t stop him from working out like a beast. With no vigilantes in Star City for five months, who’s going to stop The Longbow Hunters, led by Ricardo Diaz (Kirk Acevedo) from exacting revenge on Oliver and his team?

Season 7 returns on The CW on October 15.

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Well, The Magicians didn’t have any season 4 footage to show Comic-Con just yet, but they made a fun behind the scenes video. You won’t learn much about the next season, but you’ll see the cast goof off include Hale Appleman acting weird and Olivia Taylor Dudley in a panic.

Season 4 returns to Syfy in 2019.

Trailer for Deadly Class: Season 1 (2019) 64%

Looks like Joe and Anthony Russo still found time between directing Marvel movies to produce the new TV show Deadly Class for Syfy. Based on the Image graphic novel, Deadly Class is about a group of students in 1987 San Francisco learning martial arts. Take a look at their killer moves in the trailer above.

Coming to Syfy in 2019

Trailer for The Orville: Season 2 (2019) 100%

The season 2 trailer shows some all new missions for the crew of The Orville. New planets, new aliens including a first contact or two, Captain Mercer (Seth MacFarlane) in trouble, Grayson (Adrianne Palicki) trying to get Bortus (Peter Macon) to have some fun and Alara (Halston Sage) visiting home.

Season 2 premieres on Fox December 30.

Trailer for %: Possible Worlds

There’s a lot of science fiction at Comic-Con. How about a little actual science? Neil deGrasse Tyson is back for a new round of the documentary phenomenon Cosmos.

Coming to Fox in 2019.

Trailer for Legacies

Comic-Con fans got their first look at the next generation of vampires, werewolves and witches in The CW’s Vampire Diaries spinoff Legacies. Now you can see them in the first Legacies trailer too. Hope Mikaelson (Danielle Rose Russell) leads a class of descendants from monsters struggling to be good, and she outlines the rules they follow to do so. See all the new Legacies faces, plus one familiar one in Alaric Saltzman (Matthew Davis) in the trailer.

Premieres on The CW October 25.

Trailer for The Gifted: Season 2 (2018) 83%

The trailer for season 2 of The Gifted shows us Reeva Payge (Grace Byers) and introduces her plans for the Age of Mutants. She’s got Polaris (Emma Dumont), who is now nine months pregnant, and shown giving birth near the end of the trailer. Meanwhile the Struckers and the Mutant Underground seem more torn apart than ever.

Season 2 returns on Fox September 25.

Teaser for the Batwoman Crossover

Wait for the end of this CW DC Arrowverse Heroes and Villains trailer for a preview of the 2018 crossover. Batwoman is coming to television and it looks like Supergirl (Melissa Benoist) in particular isn’t so sure she can be trusted. The CW shows pulled off “Crisis on Earth X” so we can’t wait to see how all four shows (including The Flash, Arrow and DC’s Legends of Tomorrow) handle Batwoman.

The Batwoman crossover comes to the CW in December.

Trailer for Family Guy : season 17

Family Guy showed four minutes of new footage from its upcoming 17th season. Always skewering pop culture both new and old, the Griffin family made digs on Stranger Things, Basic Instinct, Oksana Baiul and even Seth MacFarlane‘s own live-action show The Orville. Plus a musical number by an evil grape trying to choke Stewie to death.

Season 17 premieres on Fox September 30.

Teaser for The Dragon Prince

Netflix gave Comic-Con fans a peek at the new world from the team behind Avatar: The Last Airbender. Avatar writers Aaron Ehasz and Giancarlo Volpe, along with Justin Richmond of the Uncharted games, present a brand new world of knights, creatures and magic.

Coming to Netflix September 14.

Trailer for Stan Against Evil: Season 3 (2018)

Season 3 of Stan Against Evil promises more evil. In this 90 second trailer, that evil comes in the forms of vampires, devils, demons, twins, giant monsters and… puppets?

Season 3 premieres Wednesday, October 31.

Trailer for FLCL: Progressive: Season 2 (2018) : season 3

The trailer for season 3 of Adult Swim’s hit anime series FLCL: Progressive captures all the teen angst of being a 17-year-old girl, along with all the action and kaiju of anime.

Season 3 premieres on Adult Swim September 8.

Trailer for The Venture Bros.: Season 7 (2018) 100%

The Venture Bros. season 7 is almost here and now you can get a peak of nearly a minute and a half of the new season. The trailer starts all serious, until Monarch and Gary show up. Then it’s the Venture Bros. you know and love.

Season 7 premiers on Adult Swim August 5.

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Highlights from season 1 of Krypton got fans excited about season 2. When you’ve already got Braniac, Doomsday, and General Zod, season 2 promises to be even more exciting Kryptonian history. The Krypton panel announced Lobo would appear in the second season.

Season 2 returns on Syfy in 2019.

Trailer for The Simpsons 85% “Treehouse of Horror XXIX”

The Simpsons‘ “Treehouse of Horror “Halloween episodes have been an annual tradition, even when they air after October 31. At Comic-Con, Fox released a preview of this season’s horror spoof “Intrusion of the Pod-y Switchers.” Fan-favorite supporting characters get turned into Invasion of the Body Snatchers pod people, including Lenny, Carl, a background Disco Stu, and Comic Book Guy complaining right up to the end.

“Treehouse of Horror XXIX” airs September 30 on Fox.

Trailer for Black Lightning: Season 2 (2018) 91%

Get ready for season 2 of Black Lightning with this five-minute recap of the first season’s highlights. Then, get extra excited by watching the Black Lightning cast surprise fans at Rotten Tomatoes’ event, Your Opinion Sucks.

Season 2 returns on The CW October 9.

Trailer for Preacher: Season 3 (2018) 92%

The trailer for the second half of Preacher‘s third season was as bizarre and tantalizing as anyone who knows the show would predict, and included a look at Australian actor Noah Taylor as a fast-food–working Hitler. The fast food chain is the series’ take on Subway, as the sandwich giant had refused to give the show’s creators permission to user their name. That decision prompted Executive Producer Seth Rogen to note some of the brand’s previous spokespeople and ask, “Where do you draw the line, Subway?”

Preacher is currently airing on AMC on Sundays at 10pm/9pm Central.

Behind the scenes of The Tick 95%: season 2

The Tick stars Peter Serafinowicz and Griffin Newman gave fans a tour of the set full of goofy Tick-style humor, including Serafinowicz showing off his new Tick costume and Newman previewing a new season 2 character.

Season 2 returns to Amazon Prime in 2019.

Thank you from The Expanse: Season 4 (2019) 100%

When Syfy cancelled The Expanse after its third season, the fans rallied and Amazon decided to pick up the show for a fourth season. The cast and creators of The Expanse took the opportunity to thank their fans in a video as they get to work making perhaps their biggest season yet.

The Expanse comes to Amazon Prime in 2019.

Behind the scenes look at Good Omens

Our first look at Amazon’s adaptation of Neil Gaiman and Terry Pratchett’s book shows Gaiman at work on the set, with actors Jon Hamm, Michael Sheen and David Tennant. But at the panel they found the voice of God. Who could sound more almighty than Oscar-winner Frances McDormand?

Coming to Amazon Prime in 2019.

Teaser for Lore: Season 2 (2018)

Amazon’s docudrama Lore tells the true stories behind the scariest myths and monsters. They’ve got more stories for season 2, some from the podcast that inspired the show and other subjects the show is tackling for the first time.

Season 2 returns to Amazon Prime October 19.

Teaser for Homecoming

Julia Roberts is coming to television. This minute long teaser simply introduces her, but Homecoming stars Roberts as a caseworker for veterans transitioning back to civilian life. She’s trying to start over but the Department of Defense starts asking questions. With Mr. Robot creator Sam Esmail directing, you can bet there’s more beneath the surface of this psychological thriller.

Premieres on Amazon Prime November 2.

Trailer for Star Trek: Discovery: season 2

Season 2 of Star Trek: Discovery promises more Trek lore introduced into the prequel series. The series’ tragic Captain Pike (Anson Mount) appears on the bridge, and Michael Burnham (Sonequa Martin-Green) makes a discovery about Mr. Spock. Plus listen to Tig Notaro’s first comic relief one-liner at the end of this trailer.

Season 2 returns on CBS All Access in 2019.

Trailer for Voltron: Legendary Defender 95%: season 7

Netflix’s hit reboot of the ’80s classic Voltron gave fans a first look at the Legendary Defenders’ attempts to return to Earth. But is it the same Earth they remember? Set to the haunting tune of Dexter French & Darius Behdad & Huckley Ware’s “Far Beyond,” the 90 second spot shows there’s no shortage of action in and out of the lions.

Season 7 returns August 10 on Netflix.

Trailer for Vikings: Season 5 (2017) 91%

The team behind Vikings dropped a trailer for the return of the battle-happy epic series, and if the crowd reaction was anything to go by it’s going to please fans. It was also revealed that the show would be returning for the second half of its fifth seson this November on History.

Season 5 returns November 28 on History

Trailer for The Walking Dead: Season 9 (2018) 89%

The most watched series on TV released its season 9 trailer at Comic-Con on Friday. Get some time in with Rick (Andrew Lincoln) before his final season.

Season 9 premieres October 7 on AMC

Trailer for Young Justice: Outsiders: Season 1 (2018)

Young Justice: Outsiders picks up after season 2 of Young Justice, with a mission to take down a metahuman trafficking ring. The Comic-Con trailer released Friday shows highlights from the original series before introducing the new show.

Premiering on DC Universe in 2018.

Trailer for Fear the Walking Dead: Season 4 (2018) 80%

The zombie apocalypse continues, naturally, as season 4’s strange bedfellows learn more about each other. Catch up with Lennie James, Alycia Debnam-Carey, Colman Domingo, Danay Garcia, Garret Dillahunt, Maggie Grace, and Jenna Elfman before the return of Fear the Walking Dead with the series’ new Comic-Con trailer, which was released on Friday.

Season 4 returns August 12 on AMC

Trailer for Iron Fist: Season 2 (2018)

Netflix gave fans a first short look at the second season of Iron Fist at Comic-Con on Thursday, and revealed that the series will return to the streaming service on September 7. The teaser does not show much beyond some gritty-looking close-quarters combat, but some promising revelations were made at the panel, including that Alice Eve will join the show as villain Typhoid Mary. The series will also introduce the vigilante group Daughters of the Dragon, which was founded by Colleen Wing and Misty Knight, and which first appeared in Marvel comics in the late 1970s.

Season 2 premieres September 7 on Netflix

Trailer for Mars: Season 2 (2018)

National Geographic returns to Mars in a season 2 trailer released Thursday. The series imagines a human attempt to colonize the Red Planet, including physical hardships and political mechanizations that threaten the effort. Commentary from real space experts — including Neil deGrasse Tyson, Bill Nye, and Elon Musk — illuminates the fictional account.

Season 2 premieres November 12 on National Geographic

Trailer for Rise of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Season 1 (2018)

Brothers Raph, Leo, Donnie, and Mikey emerge from the sewers and tap into undiscovered ninja powers in fall animated series Rise of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. The new voice cast includes Omar Miller, Ben Schwartz, Josh Brener, Brandon Mychal Smith, Kat Graham, and Eric Bauza.

Season 1 premieres September 17 on Nickelodeon 

Trailer for Origin: Season 1 (2018)

Draco Malfoy reunites with Nymphadora Tonks for a YouTube Original series coming this fall. Harry Potter film franchise veterans Tom Felton and Natalia Tena star in a sci-fi thriller that sees a group of space travelers abandoned and fighting for survival. The 10-episode series is from director Paul W.S. Anderson (Resident Evils) and the producers of ​The Crown ​and Outlander.

Series premieres this fall on YouTube Premium

Trailer for Star Wars: The Clone Wars 93%

Leave it to Star Wars to break the Internet on the first official day of Comic-Con. During a 10th anniversary celebration of The Clone Wars, Dave Filoni announced that it would be returning with 12 new episodes on Disney’s own streaming service. The show originally ran for five seasons after its 2008 broadcast, and while there have been one-off episodes in the years since, many plot threads remain unfinished. Until now.

More details at

Trailer for Doctor Who: Season 11 (2018) 90%

“All of this is new to me,” says Jodie Whittaker’s 13th Doctor early in the teaser trailer for the new series, which dropped during the Doctor Who panel at Comic-Con on Thursday. She continues: “New faces, new worlds, new times…” The trailer is light on any big plot details, but does convey an epic tone, gives fans a good glimpse at new characters, and ends with some trademark Doc humor.

Series premieres later in the year on BBC America

Teaser for The Walking Dead: Season 9 (2018) 89%

There are precious few Walkers in this trailer for the upcoming season, which will be Andrew Lincoln’s last as Rick Grimes. Instead, this early look at the ninth season of AMC’s unstoppable zombie show focuses on the human drama. Rules are about to be made and, we suspect, about to be broken.

Season 9 premieres August 20 on AMC

Teaser for Fear the Walking Dead: Season 4 (2018) 80%

This very short teaser is light on detail, but heavy on menace. Enough menace we suspect to keep fans tied over until the mid-season return in August.

Season 4 returns August 12 on AMC

Trailer for Mayans M.C.: Season 1 (2018) 72%

Mayans MC, from Kurt Sutter and Elgin James, is the next chapter in the Sons of Anarchy saga. In a post–Jax Teller  world, prospect EZ Reyes (JD Pardo) is fresh out of prison and a prospect in the Mayans M.C. charter on the Cali/Mexi border. Now, EZ must carve out his new identity in a town where he was once the golden boy with the American Dream in his grasp. The series also stars Clayton Cardenas, Edward James Olmos, Sarah Bolger, Michael Irby, Carla Baratta, Antonio Jaramillo, Raoul Max Trujillo, Richard Cabral and Danny Pino. Recurring stars include Emilio Rivera, Frankie Loyal, Joseph Lucero, Vincent Rocco Vargas, Maurice Compte, Gino Vento, Tony Plana and Ada Maris.

Series premieres September 4 on FX

Trailer for Better Call Saul: Season 4 (2018) 99% 

Bob Odenkirk returns for season 4 of Better Call Saul on AMC. Jimmy McGill is on a job hunt in season 4, having had his license to practice law suspended. Jonathan Banks, Rhea Seehorn, and Giancarlo Esposito co-star.

Season 4 premieres August 6 on AMC

Trailer for Titans: Season 1 (2018) 78% 

DC Universe fired up Con-goers with a rich activation in support of the opening of pre-orders for the subscription streaming service ($74.99/year or, at launch, $7.99/month). The highlight of its presentation, however, is the new trailer for Titans, a gritty take on the Teen Titans franchise that stars Brenton Thwaites as Dick Grayson (aka Robin) and Teagan Croft as Rachel Roth (aka Raven), a girl possessed of a strange darkness. The two get embroiled in a conspiracy that could unleash hell on Earth.

Series premieres on DC Universe in fall 2018

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Great new shows leave critics and fans clamoring for their second seasons, but new series don’t always deliver when they return for round two – many suffer the dreaded sophomore slump.

That’s not the case with these titles — in fact, just the opposite. We’ve pulled together a list of TV series that enjoyed the biggest sophomore bumps between season 1 and season 2, according to our Tomatometer. To ensure a fair accounting of opinion, we only included series with at least 20 reviews determining their scores in both their first and second seasons (you could find, if you dug deep, shows with bigger season-on-season improvements, but the pool of reviews would be pretty shallow).

A few of the shows here weren’t very good to begin with, so any improvement is noticeable, but others started strong and managed to get even stronger by their second seasons.

Some of the most prestigious titles in television turned up — hello, Breaking Bad and Mad Men — but the series with the biggest bump of all is Marvel’s Iron Fist on Netflix, which on Friday releases season 2. The second season has a 58% Tomatometer score (updated) from 45 reviews, giving the title a 40% bump between its first and second seasons. The next biggest bump was for Fox’s Human Target, which experienced a 26% jump between season 1 and 2.

Read on to see which other titles were competing with Marvel’s Iron Fist bump.

Updated on February 24, 2019 to reflect season score changes.

15. Narcos: Season 1 (2015) 78% | Narcos: Season 2 (2016) 93%

UP 13%

The show: The first two seasons centered on Steve Murphy (Boyd Holbrook) and Javier Pena (Pedro Pascal)’s pursuit of notorious druglord Pablo Escobar (Wagner Moura).

The ratings: Netflix won’t say, but they’re still producing the show, this week announcing that the fourth season, set in Mexico, will premiere November 16. Season 3 tackled the Cali cartel.

What improved: Season 2 was building up to the death of Escobar. Screenrant’s Kevin Yeoman wrote, “By streamlining the narrative into a compelling manhunt that makes far better use of actors like Pascal and Holbrook, while still giving Moura room to shine, Narcos has definitely improved in season 2.” AV Club’s Joshua Alston wrote, “Even with less ground to cover, Narcos is pleasantly dense and steadily introduces intriguing new characters to fill its impending power vacuum and firm up the show’s historicity.”

14. The Good Wife: Season 1 (2009) 83% | The Good Wife: Season 2 (2010) 96%

UP 13%

The show: Alicia Florrick (Julianna Margulies) stands by her husband (Chris Noth) when he admits to an affair, and ultimately becomes a successful lawyer with a complicated love life of her own.

The ratings: It was a juggernaut from the beginning by modern broadcast standards. The first two seasons each averaged 13 million viewers and only dipped slightly below 11 million by the end. Spin-off The Good Fight is still going on CBS All Access.

What Improved: The supporting cast became every bit as important as Margulies. Many critics lauded Archie Panjabi for her role as in-house law firm investigator Kalinda Sharma, while USA Today’s Roberto Bianco singled out another: “Wife has expanded its reach to envelop all of its well-acted main characters, a growing stable that now includes Alan Cumming‘s Eli Gold (a great addition).” The show also rewarded viewers who watched every episode making it a worthwhile investment. EW’s Ken Tucker wrote, “The Good Wife is so layered with previous-episode details that are never forgotten that it already has its own sort of mythology.”

13. () % | Mad Men: Season 2 (2008) 100%

UP 16%

The show: Hard-drinking, womanizing ad man Don Draper (Jon Hamm) tries to survive the ’60s while times change around him; meanwhile, female employees Peggy Olson (Elisabeth Moss) and Joan Holloway (Christina Hendricks) rise through the ranks.

The ratings: After a strong premiere to 1.65 million viewers, season 1 averaged 900,000. It nearly doubled for season 2 as the show’s acclaim made AMC a major player in cable originals.

What Improved: Critics caught on that Mad Men was a slow burn. TV Guide’s Matt Roush said, “Mad Men sizzles, simmering with erotic tension and crackling with cynical wit.” Alan Sepinwall, then with the Newark Star-Ledger, wrote, “as with a great baseball game, the leisurely pace gives you more time to marinate in the details.”

12. You're the Worst: Season 1 (2014) 82% | You're the Worst: Season 2 (2015) 97%

UP 16%

The show: Gretchen (Aya Cash) and Jimmy (Chris Geere) are both dysfunctional, but they may be perfect for each other. Their friends Lindsay (Kether Donohue) and Edgar (Desmin Borges) may be on their own.

The ratings: Season 1 only averaged 300,000 viewers on FX, so they moved it over to FXX where season 2’s 200,000 was just fine. The show will wrap up in its fifth season next year.

What Improved: Season 2 went deeper into the characters’ psychological issues like Gretchen’s depression. Critics appreciated the frank portrayal of delicate subjects. GQ’s Joshua Rivera praised “the way it handles a sobering character arc while remaining one of the sharpest comedies around.” And like life, You’re the Worst’s problems can’t be solved in 22 minutes. “It resists learning the lesson that each installment would seem to set out to teach its characters,” wrote TV Fanatic’s Caralynn Lippo. The show hits 100% in seasons 3 and 4.

11. Enlightened: Season 1 (2011) 79% | Enlightened: Season 2 (2013) 96%

UP 16%

The show: Amy Jellicoe (Laura Dern) visits a mental-health retreat after she suffers an epic breakdown at the office. When she returns, she is reassigned to the company’s basement operations with other corporate misfits.

The ratings: Enlightened was never a ratings juggernaut for HBO. The first season barely averaged 170,000 viewers. Season 2 jumped up to 250,000.

What Improved: The show connected with the viewers who saw it, but its season 2 critical surge ultimately couldn’t save it. Alternet’s Eileen Jones said, “Unleash Amy and watch the endless repercussions in unsparing detail and laugh sardonically at your own stumbling way through the poisoned world.” Francine Prose of the New York Review of Books marveled at the strength of the show’s characters, especially “how much of ourselves we may see in them, if we only have the temerity to allow it.”

10. Halt and Catch Fire: Season 1 (2014) 76% | Halt and Catch Fire: Season 2 (2015) 91%

UP 17%

The show: The early days of the computer business were full of drama for Joe (Lee Pace) and Gordon (Scoot McNairy). But by season 2, the show became more about Cameron (Mackenzie Davis) and Donna (Kerry Bishe) developing online games.

The ratings: Season 1 averaged 750,000 viewers. Season 2 was down a tad to half a million, but the show held on for four seasons on AMC.

What improved: Turns out software is more dramatic than hardware, and focusing on the women helped. “The fact that two young women are bossing the enterprise gives it an added piquancy,” Globe and Mail’s John Doyle wrote, while Andy Greenwald wrote in Grantland, “Its inversion of decades of prestige-drama gender convention seems painfully obvious, and yet I’m not sure if any other show has actually attempted it.”

9. The Magicians: Season 1 (2016) 74% | The Magicians: Season 2 (2017) 91%

UP 17%

The show: Harry Potter for twentysomethings, the series takes place in a secret magic academy, where young adults learn how to practice the magic they only read about in storybooks.

The ratings: The Magicians averages 750,000 viewers on Syfy with a high of a solid million for the second season premiere. It’s still going with a fourth season on the way.

What Improved: The second season gave fans more of what they wanted: more sex, bad behavior, witty banter, and whimsical magic, but with higher emotional stakes, too. Black Girl Nerds’ Kyndal Wilson wrote, “There is no truer statement than ‘more magic, more problems.’ If you’re already a fan of the show, you won’t want to miss this.” Screenrant’s Molly Freeman called it “another season focused on the darker, more cynical side to magic grounded in the whimsy of the show’s characters.”

8. Breaking Bad: Season 1 (2008) 86% | Breaking Bad: Season 2 (2009) 97%

UP 17%

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The show: After a cancer diagnosis, high school teacher Walter White (Bryan Cranston) becomes the crystal meth cook Heisenberg with his partner Jesse Pinkman (Aaron Paul), to the chagrin of his wife Skyler (Anna Gunn).

The ratings: As AMC’s follow-up original series to Mad Men, Breaking Bad started out modestly. Its first two seasons averaged 1.5 million viewers. It wasn’t until after season 3 that people started binging and catching up to follow the saga as it aired.

What Improved: Season 1 was only seven episodes, so it was just getting started. Season 2 may have been when critic Alan Sepinwall decided it was a modern classic, writing, “This brilliant second season of Breaking Bad is starting to earn a place in any discussion of the classics of the genre.” Sepinwall would go on to write a book on the series, Breaking Bad 101. Newsday’s Verne Gay also accurately predicted the show’s Emmy dominance saying, “if the rest of the season matches Sunday’s premiere, an Emmy nomination for best drama seems certain.”

7. Hannibal: Season 1 (2013) 82% | Hannibal: Season 2 (2014) 98%

UP 17%

The show: Hannibal Lecter (Mads Mikkelsen) works with Will Graham (Hugh Dancy) to help the FBI catch serial killers. Fans of films Red DragonThe Silence of the Lambs, and Hannibal and the novels of the same name by author Thomas Harris know, of course, that Hannibal the Cannibal is the most evil one of all.

The ratings: NBC gave series creator Fuller three seasons to tell the story, at least up through the end of the Red Dragon story line. Season 1 dropped from just over 4 million viewers to just below 3 million. The ratings didn’t improve in season 2, but those who kept watching agree that the show did.

What Improved: Fuller rewarded loyal viewers, never compromising the series’ artistic sensibility or explicit gore to try to win new fans. Critics, at least, noticed the level at which Fuller was working; TV Guide’s Matt Roush said, “[It] is a feast of macabre freakishness, going beyond the realm of guilty pleasure in a sustained nightmare of horrific yet elegantly hypnotic design.” Slate’s Willa Paskin marveled, “Somehow it has become an engrossing, psychologically dense show that is also visually stunning.”

6. The Expanse: Season 1 (2015) 78% | The Expanse: Season 2 (2017) 95%

UP 18%

The show: Based on the James S. A. Corey novels, the trio of U.N. executive Chrisjen Avasaraia (Shohreh Aghdashloo), detective Joseph Miller (Thomas Jane), and captain Jim Holden (Steven Strait) combat espionage and hostile alien technology in the colonized solar system.

The ratings: Ratings for the expensive sci-fi series went from 700,000 viewers in season 1 to half a million in season 2 on Syfy. The network ordered a third season, but then cancelled the show. Fans rejoiced when Amazon founder, president, and CEO Jeff Bezos announced that the company’s premium streaming service will distribute the fourth.

What Improved: With a whole solar system, you can imagine there’s a lot of ground for the first season to cover. Those who stuck with it were rewarded with more focused storytelling.“Unburdened with introductory world building and backed by surefooted writing, The Expanse returns as thrilling and intriguing as ever,”  We Got This Covered’s Mitchel Broussard wrote. Indiewire’s Liz Shannon Miller said, “There’s more focus to the first four episodes of the season than expected, thanks to more of the characters uniting in proximity to similar goals.”

5. Penny Dreadful: Season 1 (2014) 80% | Penny Dreadful: Season 2 (2015) 100%

UP 20%

The show: Famous characters from horror literature team up to save Victorian London from monsters, including Victor Frankenstein (Harry Treadaway), Dorian Gray (Reeve Carney), and Van Helsing (David Warner) with American gunslinger Ethan Chandler (Josh Hartnett) and the haunted Vanessa Ives (Eva Green) added to the mix.

The ratings: Season 1 averaged 750,000 viewers for Showtime. Season 2 dropped to about half a million, but surged back by the season finale. The series got a third season, but the season finale ended with “The End,” though Showtime never announced that the show was cancelled.

What Improved: Season 2 didn’t offer a jumping-in point, according to New York Daily News’s David Hinckley, but “it should nicely satisfy those who hopped onto the ride last year.” Salon’s Sonia Saraiya wrote, “If anything, the return from hiatus has shifted Penny Dreadful into even higher gear.”

4. Sense8: Season 1 (2015) 72% | Sense8: Season 2 (2016) 93%

UP 22%

The show: Eight people around the world discover they are linked by extraordinary mental abilities and must team up to survive being hunted by Whispers.

The ratings: Even though Netflix does not release ratings, the streaming service clearly wasn’t happy with the performance of the second season, because the series was cancelled. There were enough passionate fans demanding more Sense8, however, that Netflix agreed to a finale movie, but the Wachowski siblings and J. Michael Straczynski had a five-season plan for this story.

What Improved: The Wachoskis’ bold new mythology takes a while to explain, but patient viewers are rewarded, according to Indiewire’s Liz Shannon Miller, who wrote, “Sense8 may have had a slow start in season 1, but season 2 is a hell of a ride.” The Washington Post’s Sonia Roo wrote that she was just getting into the characters: “Sense8 avoids tokenizing its characters, which involves giving each sensate a full backstory that helps viewers understand what motivates them.”

3. The Newsroom: Season 1 (2012) 48% | The Newsroom: Season 2 (2013)

UP 22%

The show: After a breakdown, newsman Will McAvoy (Jeff Daniels) tries to redeem himself while working under ex-girlfriend MacKenzie McHale (Emily Mortimer), while young producers Jim Harper (John Gallagher Jr.) and Maggie Jordan (Alison Pill) try to prove themselves.

The ratings: Creator Aaron Sorkin’s opinionated dramatization of real news stories from recent history polarized audiences and critics, and seasons 1 and 2 hovered around 2 million viewers. Sorkin, who also created acclaimed NBC White House drama The West Wing, decided to end his HBO series after its third season.

What Improved: Sorkin won over some Rotten reviews to Fresh in the second season, like LA Times’ Mary McNamara and People’s Tom Giliatto. A few critics posting negative reviews for season 1 simply didn’t come back to review the second season, like Wall Street Journal’s Dorothy Rabinowitz and Time’s James Poniewozik, which also gave Fresh reviews more weight in season 2’s score.

2. Human Target: Season 1 (2010) 62% | Human Target: Season 2 (2010) 88%

UP 26%

Human Target promo art (Fox)

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The show: Based on the DC Comic, Christopher Chance (Mark Valley) keeps his clients safe by making himself the target.

The ratings: A lead-in from American Idol, the action series brought a lot of eyeballs to season 1, though its initial audience of 10 million viewers dropped. By season 2 it was only getting six million, not enough for Fox to give it a third season.

What Improved: If viewers had listened to the critics, they might have known that Human Target really brought it in season 2, adding Indira Varma and Janet Montgomery as two strong female characters. That sold What Culture’s Dan Owen on season 2, writing, “The inclusion of two strong women is an obvious but welcome change to Human Target‘s dynamic.” For HollywoodChicago’s Brian Tallerico, season 2’s changes should have made it must-see TV: “Human Target seems to be taking itself more seriously in season 2, trying to add the emotional weight that might have kept it from becoming a water-cooler hit last season.”

1. Marvel's Iron Fist: Season 1 (2017) 20% | Marvel's Iron Fist: Season 2 (2018) 55%

Up 40%

The show: After studying Kung Fu in Asia, Danny Rand (Finn Jones) returns to New York, where he fights crime as the superhero Iron Fist.

The ratings: Netflix does not release ratings, but it’s no secret that season 1 of Iron Fist was a bust. Fans and critics complained about the choppy editing (kind of a problem when showcasing his super power requires badass fight scenes), its slow pace, and derivative echoes of other origin stories.

What Improved: Praise of season 2 credits the show with hearing those complaints and addressing them. TVLine’s Matt Mitovich said in his Rotten review, “Iron Fist season 2 marks an improvement over its well-derided freshman run, but still lacks punch,” while Den of Geek’s Mike Cecchini said in his Fresh review, “A new showrunner, a new fight coordinator… all help tremendously, along with better villains, a more focused story, and a willingness to put the show’s supporting cast to better use.”

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Here are titles 16-30 of series measured by Tomatometer whose scores increased most between seasons 1 and 2 and the size of their bumps:

16. The Leftovers – 12%
17. American Horror Story – 11%
18. The Knick – 10%
19. The Good Place – 9%
20. Love – 9%
21. The Americans – 9%
22. How to Get Away With Murder – 8%
23. Masters of Sex – 8%
24. Pushing Daisies – 8%
25. Bates Motel – 7%
26. Justified – 7%
27. The Sinner – 7%
28. Game of Thrones – 6%
29. The Missing – 6%
30. Rectify – 5%

It’s time for our weekly countdown of the Winter TV premieres! Here are the best new shows for the week of Friday, February 3, 2017. See how this week’s shows, The Expanse, PowerlessTraining Day, 24: Legacy, Superior Donuts, The 100, and Santa Clarita Diet stack up against each other on the Tomatometer!

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Critics Consensus: Training Day falls short of recapturing the excellence of the film in its television incarnation -- and fails to distinguish itself from the current squad of tired police procedurals.

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Critics Consensus: 24: Legacy offers well-acted escapism, yet this reboot also inherits many of its predecessor's flaws, and an early narrative rut signals a missed opportunity for reinvention.

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Critics Consensus: While Superior Donuts' talented cast impressively delivers, the annoying laugh track and stale jokes leave a hole in the middle of a crusty -- albeit topical -- narrative.

Powerless: Season 1 (2017)

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Critics Consensus: Powerless has a strong premise leaving room for improvement -- and strong performances from a talented cast -- but the show's initial spark is dimmed by uneven execution and a lack of laughs.

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Critics Consensus: Santa Clarita Diet serves up an excellent cast, frequent laughs, and an engaging premise -- but the level of gore might not be to everyone's taste.

The 100: Season 4 (2017)

Adjusted Score: -1%
Critics Consensus: Season 4 of The 100 rewards longtime viewers with a deeper look at their favorite characters, as well as adding exceptional nuance and depth to their thrilling circumstances.

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Critics Consensus: The Expanse's second season offers more of the show's excellent signature production values while increasing character development and politically thrilling narratives.

This week on DVD and Blu-ray, we’ve got the hotly anticipated blockbuster sequel to the Star Wars franchise, some noteworthy TV, and a couple of indies. Read on for details.

Star Wars: The Force Awakens (2015) 93%

You may have heard a thing or two about this one. Daisy Ridley and John Boyega star in J.J. Abrams’ continuation of the Star Wars franchise, which picks up 30 years after Return of the Jedi and finds some familiar faces and new allies squaring off against another evil empire. Special features include an extensive making-of doc, snippets of a table read, deleted scenes, and inside looks at the creature design, BB8, and the score, plus more.

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Doctor Who: Season 9 (2015) 90%

If you were able to resist picking up the fragmented releases of Doctor Who‘s ninth season, good on ya. Now you can grab the whole season in one set, which comes with a prologue, deleted scenes, a Wil Wheaton interview with stars Peter Capaldi and Jenna Coleman, video from their Comic-Con panel, and more.

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Banshee: Season 3 (2015) 100%

Antony Starr and Ivana Milicevic star in Cinemax’s gritty, sexy drama about an ex-con who assumes the role of town sheriff when the real sheriff is killed before anyone meets him. The season three set comes with extras on each of its four discs, including deleted scenes, commentary tracks, and more.

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The Expanse: Season 1 (2015) 78%

Thomas Jane and Steven Strait star in this Certified Fresh SyFy original space drama about a detective, a ship captain, and a diplomat who are involved in a mystery involving a missing woman living in the Asteroid Belt. The season one set comes with a trailer and some deleted scenes.

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The Hallow (2015) 70%

This horror film centers on a scientist whose study of an Irish forest conjures an assortment of malevolent supernatural beings. Special features include a making-of doc, several behind-the-scenes featurettes, a storyboard gallery, and more.

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Tumbledown (2015) 70%

Jason Sudeikis and Rebecca Hall star in this romantic comedy about a journalist and an academic who fall in love when they connect over the journalist’s late husband. Extras include a making-of doc and a featurette on the music in the film.

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This week in TV news, Obama takes a ride with Jerry Seinfeld on a new episode of Crackle’s Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee. Plus, SyFy renews The Expanse, The CW teases Suicide Squad, and “Warm Kitty” descendants sue The Big Bang Theory!


Syfy announced Thursday its 2017 plans for a second season of The Expanse (Fresh at 74 percent), which is currently in the middle of its first 10-episode run. Set 200 years in the future, The Expanse follows the story of a hard-boiled detective (Thomas Jane) and a rogue ship captain (Steven Strait) who join forces to track down a missing woman, uncovering what could be the biggest conspiracy in human history. “The Expanse is firing on all cylinders creatively, building a passionate fan base among viewers and critics alike, and delivering on Syfy’s promise of smart, provocative science fiction entertainment,” said SyFy and Chiller president Dave Howe. “We can’t wait to see where the story takes us in season two.” To catch up before episode five, “Back to the Butcher,” airs Tuesday Jan. 5 at 10 p.m., watch the first four episodes of season one on


No matter which side of the political aisle you’re on, you have to admit that President Obama has fired off some pretty good jokes during his time in office. For Jerry Seinfeld, that was enough to invite POTUS onto Wednesday night’s seventh-season premiere of Comedians in Cars Getting CoffeeThe 20-minute episode, which is currently available for free on Crackle, featured a few improvised bits with Obama and the funnyman — mostly trying to drive a 1963 Corvette Stingray off the presidential premises (no such luck, by the way), and some fun banter over a cup of coffee in the White House commissary. Highlights of their Q&A included Obama’s anecdote about golfing with Seinfeld creator Larry David, and also the president’s admission that a “pretty sizable percentage” of world leaders are crazy. “Part of what happens is these guys, I think the longer they stay in office, the more likely that is to happen,” Obama said. “At a certain point, your feet hurt and you’re having trouble peeing, and you have absolute power.” This week’s installment is the first of six episodes in season seven, which will include interviews with Will Ferrell, Steve Martin, Garry Shandling, Kathleen Madigan, and Sebastian Maniscalco, streaming every Wednesday night at 11:30 p.m.


The synergy between DC Comics and The CW continues on Tuesday, Jan. 19, when the network will present the first full trailer for Suicide Squad, director David Ayer’s feature film about DC’s “misfit crew of antiheroes forced into saving the world,” coming to theaters Aug. 2016. The all-new trailer will debut during DC Films Presents: Dawn Of The Justice League, a half-hour special hosted by Kevin Smith, previewing new movies coming from the DC Films universe. The special will be paired with DC’s Legends Of Tomorrow: Their Time Is Now, an in-depth look at the origin stories behind the new CW series. Both half-hour specials will air following a shiny new episode of The Flash at 8 p.m. on the 19th. DC’s Legends of Tomorrow will premiere on The CW on Thursday, Jan. 21 at 8 p.m.


According to Deadline, a legal battle erupted this week over a lullaby sung several times on the CBS comedy The Big Bang Theory. Known as “Soft Kitty,” the song has been sung in numerous episodes in which Jim Parsons‘ character, Sheldon, needs some comforting. Due to the song’s popularity, CBS has even sold “Soft Kitty” merchandise, such as hoodies, key chains, and plush toys. The late poet Edith Newlin wrote “Warm Kitty” in 1937, and now her daughters, Margaret Perry and Ellen Chase, want CBS to pay up for their mother’s now-famous lyrics. The lullaby bit has appeared in eight different episodes of TBBT since 2008. Warner Bros., which produces the show, has not commented on the suit, but the music publisher who has held the rights to the poem for the past 80 years, says that “Warm Kitty” has been properly licensed. See the full story here.

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