TV News: Walking, Stranger, Catastrophe, Rebels

The Walking Dead
The first official artwork for the seventh season of “The Walking Dead” has gone online ahead of the first trailer premiere which will take place at the San Diego Comic Con next Friday and will then likely go online very shortly afterwards. The new season premieres on AMC on Sunday, October 9th and you can check out a large version of the artwork right here.

Stranger Things
Netflix’s eight-part science fiction nostalgia series “Stranger Things” premieres in a few ours, with the streaming service launching the opening eight-minute segment online. Scoring rave reviews from the critics, the show is said to be a big ol’ love letter to the likes of Steven Spielberg and classic Stephen King, something akin to “The Goonies” and “E.T.”.

Amazon has greenlit two additional seasons of its critically-acclaimed series “Catastrophe”. The comedy follows an Irish woman and an American man who, after making a bloody mess as they struggled to fall in love in London, have embarked on a series of best-attempts to clear it up and generally do the right thing. The third is scheduled to premiere exclusively on Amazon Prime Video in the US in 2017 and the fourth season will follow in 2018. The entire first and second seasons are now available on Prime Video. [Source: Amazon]

Star Wars: Rebels
Ahead of the Star Wars Celebration convention, Dave Filoni has debuted the first clip from the upcoming third season of Disney XD’s animated series “Star Wars Rebels”. In the new season Ezra has scored a shorter hairdo and seems to have decidedly grown both physically and in his skillset.