Arrested Development is set to debut 15 all-new episodes on Netflix on May 26th at 12:01am PST and Netflix just released these nine really cool teaser posters.
Comedy superstar Louis C.K. makes his first appearance on the cover of Rolling Stone in the next issue. In the career-spanning Q&A, conducted by senior writer Brian Hiatt, C.K. talks frankly about the teenage drug abuse, onstage disasters and sexual misadventures that helped him become stand-up’s reigning genius.
Look for the issue on stands and in the iTunes App Store this Friday, April 12th, before C.K.’s latest comedy special premieres Saturday on HBO.
Acme Archives‘ introduces the first of an ongoing series of officially licensed Simpsons screenprints.
Presenting Dancin’ Homer by Dave Perillo. The 12 x 24 print will have an edition of 250, and it will go on sale Tuesday April 9th at a random time.
Please follow @AcmeArchives on Twitter for sale info.
Jay Leno, longtime host of NBC’s “The Tonight Show with Jay Leno,” announced today that he will wrap up what will be 22 years of headlining the iconic late-night show in Spring 2014. NBC also announced today that Jimmy Fallon, now host of NBC’s “Late Night with Jimmy Fallon,” will transition into new hosting duties on “The Tonight Show” franchise after Leno concludes his successful run.
As part of the transition, “The Tonight Show” will be returning to its original home in 30 Rock in New York and will be executive-produced by Emmy Award winner Lorne Michaels (“Saturday Night Live,” “30 Rock”). Programming plans for the 12:35 a.m. (ET) time period currently are in development and will be announced soon. Said Leno: “Congratulations Jimmy. I hope you’re as lucky as me and hold on to the job until you’re the old guy. If you need me, I’ll be at the garage.”
Said Fallon: “I’m really excited to host a show that starts today instead of tomorrow.”
Leno has hosted “The Tonight Show with Jay Leno” since taking over the reins from television icon Johnny Carson in 1992.
Producers from CBS’s upcoming summer series Under the Dome, based on the novel by Stephen King, took to the WonderCon stage Saturday night to give the crowd a taste of what to expect from the series, starring Mike Vogel, Dean Norris, and Rachelle Lefevre.
On the show, premiering June 24th, a small New England town is inexplicably cut off from the rest of the world by an enormous transparent dome, leaving the town to deal with both the larger implications of their new predicament (dwindling resources, how the heck it got there) and smaller, character-based conflicts (lovers are split, personalities clash). But there’s much more to it all. Check out 5 highlights from the panel, which included Norris, Lefevre, and executive producers Neal Baer (ER, Law & Order: SVU), Jack Bender (Lost, Alias) and Brian K. Vaughan, who also acts as showrunner for the series.
HERE is Entertainment Weekly’s write-up of the WonderCon Under The Dome on CBS Event.