#blackAF | Official Trailer | Netflix

Unapologetically Black. From the creator of “black-ish” comes a brand new comedy. Kenya Barris and Rashida Jones star in “#blackAF”, arriving on Netflix April 17, 2020.

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Brews Brothers | Official Trailer | Netflix

Grab a pint and watch ‘em fight. Brews Brothers premieres April 10 on Netflix.

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This show’s about two estranged brothers, Wilhelm and Adam Rodman. Growing up in rural Washington (where most of America’s hops are harvested), they learned everything there is about beer-making, but absolutely nothing about anything else, including being a family. Each one’s a beer genius… a braumeister, but they couldn’t be more different in their beer-making techniques and personalities. A lot of times in a show you see two people who complete each other. These two don’t even make a full person.

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Tigertail – A Film by Alan Yang | Official Trailer | Netflix

A Taiwanese factory worker leaves his homeland to seek opportunity in America, where he struggles to find connection while balancing family and newfound responsibilities in this multi-generational drama from writer-director Alan Yang.

Starring Tzi Ma, Christine Ko, Hayden Szeto, Hong-Chi Lee, Kunjue Li, Fiona Fu, James Saito, with Joan Chen.

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A man reflects on the lost love of his youth and his long-ago journey from Taiwan to America as he begins to reconnect with his estranged daughter.

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Into the Night | Official Teaser | Netflix

INTO THE NIGHT begins with a sudden solar event: as the sun inexplicably starts killing everything in its path. There are a few ‘lucky’ passengers and crew of an overnight flight out of Brussels, as they attempt to fly west — into the safety of the dark night. The seemingly ordinary travelers share but one thing: A desire to survive the sun — and each other — by any means necessary.

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Dirty John: trailer

Season 2 of the true-crime anthology Dirty John, subtitled The Betty Broderick Story, stars Amanda Peet as Broderick, whose picture-perfect life is shattered when she discovers her husband Dan (Christian Slater) is cheating on her.

This should be screening in Australia via Netflix.

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Matt Lucas has been in talks with Netflix for Little Britain reboot

The iconic BBC comedy series might be making a comeback…

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Little Britain star Matt Lucas says he and co-star David Walliams would love to “bring it back in some way.”

Matt’s been busy recently, with the news he is replacing Sandi Toksvig on Bake Off .

But he’s still keen to revive the sketch comedy that he’s most well known for.

The series disappeared from our screens 15 years ago, but that could change if a recent conversation is anything to go by.

Appearing on BBC Radio 2, Matt revealed that he’s met with Netflix bosses to discuss a potential reboot.

Speaking to Zoe Ball, he said, “It might happen. We had a conversation with them a while ago and so the seed was planted in our head.

“We’d love to bring it back in some way and at some point. We’re both quite busy boys, but we’re speaking often and one idea was to maybe do a stage show of it again.

“It will come back in some form, we’re just still figuring out what that will be.”

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Matt Lucas and David Walliams dressed as characters Lou and Andy. (Credit: Getty Images)

Fellow series creator David Walliams also recently talked about its potential.

He told The Sun: “I would say there will definitely be some more Little Britain coming.

“I can’t say when exactly but at the right time and place. It was fun coming back for radio because that’s where we started.”

He also revealed that he and Matt had received “a lot of offers”, and were considering whether they wanted to revisit something or try something new.

Little Britain started out as a radio show on BBC Radio 4, moving to television in 2003.

It saw a successful seven seasons before coming to an end, and had many British names attached to it.

Anthony Stewart Head, Ruth Jones and Sally Rogers were among those attached to the series.

Doctor Who legend Tom Baker narrated the comedy series for its entire run.

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London Kills star Hugo Speer: ‘Nothing stinks like a bent copper!’

Hugo Speer gives us an insider guide to the thrilling new series of BBC1’s stylish daytime drama, London Kills…

Hugo with Bailey in front of London backdrop
Inside man. Rob knows Hugo is lying about his whereabouts on the night his wife disappeared…

London Kills, which returns for a second series on BBC1 next week, is following in the footsteps of other great daytime dramas like Shakespeare & Hathaway.

Stylish and gritty, it’s back on Monday with five new cases for the elite London murder investigation squad. The first series has just been repeated and is available on iPlayer if you missed it.

When we left the team at the end of the first series, DI David Bradford was dramatically looking over a balcony at the body of serial killer Amber Saunders. David (Hugo Speer) said she jumped, but only hours before Amber was connected to his wife Sarah’s mysterious disappearance and had stabbed trainee constable Billie Fitzgerald (Unforgotten’s Tori Allen-Martin).

Together again. Rob, Viv, David and Billie are back on the beat

Together again. Rob, Viv, David and Billie are back on the beat

When the crime drama returns on Monday, Billie has made a good recovery but David has questions to answer. Step-daughter Carly (Adrianna Bertola) is convinced he’s to blame for her mum vanishing, while DS Vivienne Cole (Mistresses star Sharon Small) and DC Rob Brady (The Nest’s Bailey Patrick) can no longer deny their own suspicions.

Meanwhile, there are a series of grisly murders to solve involving a delightful array of recognisable guest stars!

We hauled London Kills very cheery and charming star, Hugo Speer, 51, in for questioning to learn more…

You have the right to remain silent, but it won’t make for a good interview! Is the finger of suspicion firmly pointed at David in series two of London Kills?

Hugo Speer: “David’s close partners Vivienne and Rob are certainly suspicious because of the nature of Amber’s crimes, her death, and the fact she befriended David’s daughter Carly, who is his biggest critic. From the start Viv is vociferous about Sarah’s disappearance and quite happy to say what she thinks, which causes tension between them…”

Are there big surprises in store?

HS: “The atmosphere is tense! Effectively David is supposed to be our protagonist, but this air of suspicion makes you wonder – is he too good to be true? Could he be pretty dodgy; a proper, proper bent copper? As we know nothing stinks like a bent copper!”

Smooth criminal! Steve John Shepherd as menacing casino owner Adrian Cook

Smooth criminal! Steve John Shepherd as menacing casino owner Adrian Cook

We hear there are some amazing guest stars, tell us more!

HS: “The quality of the guest actors is amazing. We’ve been very lucky to have Sophie McShera [Downton Abbey], Nicola Stapleton, Lorna Fitzgerald [both EastEnders], Kelly Adams [Hustle], Marc Baylis [Coronation Street] and Claire Cooper [Hollyoaks], Laura Aikman [Waterloo Road], young Tommy Finnegan who stars in Netflix’s After Life, and Steve John Shepherd [EastEnders] as a very menacing character…”

Have you any secrets from filming to confess?

HS: “Loads! It’s an incredible show, and the quickest thing I’ve ever filmed. We shoot one episode a week! Before London Kills, Sharon, Bailey, Tori and I didn’t know each other but we gelled right from the start and now keep in touch and met up socially. When filming in London a lot of the public just carry on as normal, so real London life adds a lot of depth to the show. And finally… I do a lot of running after robbers but because we filmed during the ludicrously hot summer, our fantastic costume department were busy alternating a series of shirts for me and had to dry them with hairdryers!”

Why do you think daytime crime drama is on a roll right now?

HS: “The feedback on London Kills has been really positive, that it’s high quality, and having quite a hard-hitting drama is unexpected for the timeslot. I think viewers have found it refreshing and satisfying. There’s massive competition for the primetime evening slots, so maybe daytime dramas stand out where they are, which I’m really happy about! It’s a lovely show to work on and I love crime drama. Although it can be tricky to watch because I’ve two small children and all I ever seem to watch is Paw Patrol and Hey Duggee!”

One more thing… What’s next for you?

HS: “I’ve just started series three of Britannia (Hugo plays cruel commander Lucius in the hit Sky Atlantic drama) and they’ve factored in some time for me to do another show that might be greenlit, but I can’t tell you what! I’ve also filmed the third series of ITV’s Marcella with Anna Friel. I’m happily busy!”

Thanks Hugo. You are now free to go (for now!)…

When is London Kills series 2 on BBC1?

Series 2 starts on Monday 30th March at 2.15 pm on BBC1.

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Messiah cancelled; #blackAF, Into The Dark, Dirty John trailers; + more

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  • Trailer for Hulu’s Into The Dark: Pooka Lives
  • Trailer for season 2 of USA’s Dirty John

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Axed: Messiah

This is quite annoying…. Messiah has been axed by Netflix after a single season -meaning viewers won’t get answers to the mystery questions it raised.

Aussie Wil Traval shared the news on Instagram, writing, “It’s a very sad day today. I have just received news from Netflix that there will be no season 2 of #messiah I wanted to say to all the fans thank you for your support and love. I wish things were different.”

Variety suggests Netflix did not feel confident producing a show that required so many international locations given the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.

It also had other Aussie ties including writer Michael Petroni, who also co-executive produced along with Mark Burnett, and director Kate Woods.

The series followed CIA officer Eva Geller (Michelle Monaghan), who uncovers information about a man (Mehdi Dehbi) gaining international attention through acts of public disruption. As he continues to cultivate followers who allege he’s performing miracles, the global media become increasingly beguiled by this charismatic figure.

The cast also featured John Ortiz, Sayyid El Alami, Dermot Mulroney, and Beau Bridges.

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Airdate: Uncorked

Netflix movie Uncorked centres around Elijah (Mamoudou Athie) who must find a way to balance his dream of becoming a master sommelier with his father’s expectations for him to carry on the family’s popular Memphis bbq joint.

Fueled by his love for wine, Elijah enrolls in a course to become a master sommelier, an elite designation given only to a handful who are able to pass its notoriously difficult exam. It’s a dream that upends the expectations of his father, Louis (Courtney B. Vance), who insists Elijah take over the popular Memphis barbeque joint that’s been passed down from father to son since its inception. Elijah struggles with the demands of school and a new relationship, while Louis wrestles with the feelings of his son rejecting the family business until a tragedy forces both of them to slow things down. Written and directed by Prentice Penny (Insecure), and starring Mamoudou Athie, Courtney B. Vance, and Niecy Nash, Uncorked is a hilarious and touching drama about a father and son who have to finally learn to listen to one another.

Friday March 27 on Netflix.

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