Special effects maven Greg Nicotero has revealed that the first episode of the upcoming horror anthology series “Creepshow” has finished production and in the process he’s released a look at the new version of The Creep from the series. The six-episode season began production in Atlanta earlier this month. [Source: Instagram]
HBO has announced that the second season of its celebrated dark comedy “Barry” will start on March 31st. Bill Hader reprises his role as a depressed, low-rent hitman from the Midwest who discovers an accepting community in the LA theater scene. Stephen Root, Sarah Goldberg, Glenn Fleshler, Anthony Carrigan and Henry Winkler co-star. [Source: Twitter]
DC’s Super Hero Girls
Warner Bros. Animation has released the first trailer for the animated series “DC Super Hero Girls” which kicks off with a one-hour ‘Sweet Justice’ telemovie on March 8th followed by the regular series on March 17th. Lauren Faust created the series centered around the teenage versions of DC Comics’ iconic female superheroes and villains including Wonder Woman, Supergirl and Batgirl.
Victoria Pedretti (“The Haunting of Hill House”), Robin Lord Taylor (“Gotham”), Adwin Brown (“Heathers”), James Scully (“Heathers”), and Jenna Ortega (“Jane the Virgin”) have all joined the cast of the second season of Netflix’s “You” which has just commenced production with the first table read of the upcoming season.
Penn Badgley and Ambyr Childers lead the cast which follows bookstore manager Goldberg as he travels to Los Angeles and meets aspiring chef Love Quinn, who is uninterested in social media the way his previous love interest was. Whereas the first season was a Lifetime series with Netflix as SVOD/international partner, the new season will be a full Netflix original. [Source: Pop Culture]
Chris Rock is set to direct and executive produce the NBC comedy pilot “Saving Kenan” starring SNL alum Kenan Thompson. Jackie Clarke will serve as writer and executive producer. Thompson will play a newly widowed dad determined to be everything for his kids while begrudgingly letting his persistent father-in-law become more involved in their lives. [Source: Vulture]
Following the series premiere last night, DC Universe has released the opening credits sequence for their latest live-action series “Doom Patrol”. At the same time, Amazon has gone very early with showing off the opening credits of their “Good Omens” event series. Both sequences can be watched below: