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Vulture WatchCan Sam and Tim keep on keeping on in the Motor City? Has the Detroiters TV show been cancelled or renewed for a second season on Comedy Central? The television vulture is watching for the latest cancellation and renewal news, so this page is the place to track the status of Detroiters season two. Bookmark it, or subscribe for the latest updates. Remember, the television vulture is watching your shows. Are you? What's This TV Show About?Airing on the Comedy Central cable channel, Detroiters stars real life best friends Sam Richardson and Tim Robinson, who created the scripted comedy with Joe Kelly and Zach Kanin. The foursome executive produces the series with Lorne Michaels, Jason Sudeikis, and Andrew Singer. Season one guest stars include Sudeikis, Obba Babatunde, Michael Che, Comedian Cp, Steve Higgins, Richard Karn, Rick Mahorn, Keegan-Michael Key, Kevin Nash, Wendy Raquel Robinson, Cecily Strong, Trick Trick, George Wallace »
The series, currently in the middle of its first season run, stars real life best friends Sam Richardson (“Veep”), from Detroit, and Tim Robinson (“Saturday Night Live”), from Metro Detroit, as small-time ad men in the Motor City. Executive produced, created and written by Richardson, Robinson, Joe Kelly, and Zach Kanin, and executive produced by Lorne Michaels, Jason Sudeikis, and Broadway Video’s Andrew Singer, Season 2 will premiere in 2018.
The guest star list for Season 1 is packed, including Sudeikis, Obba Babatunde, Michael Che, Comedian Cp, Steve Higgins, Richard Karn, Rick Mahorn, Keegan-Michael Key, Kevin Nash, Wendy Raquel Robinson, Cecily Strong, Trick Trick, George Wallace, and Malcolm-Jamal Warner.
- Oriana Schwindt
Exclusive Stills from Woodhaven Media’s upcoming horror movie, Anders Manor It’s Amy’s 18th birthday. While most girls her age are celebrating with friends and painting the town, Amy is checking herself out of the insane asylum. Her mother Jane decides to take her on a family get away, to celebrate her birthday and re-acclimate her …
- Mike Joy
After being taken out by injury last August, having to relinquish his newly won Universal Championship, Finn Balor is advertised to be making his in-ring return tonight at the WWE Raw live event in Buffalo, New York. Wrestling News World reported yesterday that originally he was meant to make his return on Monday night’s episode, but because Undertaker’s appearance had been pushed back from Fastlane to Raw, Balor got bumped because they didn’t want two returns on the same show.
But that hasn’t stopped him training hard for his return, as his tweet with the original Too Sweeters the Kliq shows.
@RealKevinNash @Scotthallnwo … I thought we were #2Sweet 4Life ?? pic.twitter.com/Dd4IVKeOob
— Finn Bálor (@FinnBalor) March 10, 2017
Sadly, cardboard Kevin Nash tore his quad shortly after that photo was taken.
Balor isn’t the only one making plans for his in-ring return.
This week’s »
- Oli Davis
In today's Horror Highlights, we have a look at Comet TV's March viewing guide, release details for Quarries, info on Nitehawk Cinema's annual short film festival, the crowdfunding campaign for the sock-centric creature feature Crust (produced by Felissa Rose), details on the Terror Film Festival, and new stills from Anders Manor.
Comet TV's March Viewing Guide: "You Don’T Need A Subscription To Watch These Great Movies…
They’Re Airing For Free On Comet!
Cherry 2000 (1988)
Monday March 13 at 8/7C
Monday March 13 at 10/9C
The Twonky (1953)
Tuesday March 14 at 10/9C
The Bat People (1974)
Tuesday March 14 at 8/7C
War Gods of the Deep (1965)
Wednesday March 15 at 8/7c
The Man Who Fell to Earth (1987)
Wednesday March 15 at 10/9C
Encounter at Raven’s Gate (1990)
Thursday March 16 at 10/9C
The Lost Brigade (1993)
Thursday March 16 at 8/7C
The Beasts Within (1982)
Monday March 20 at 8/7C
Whoever Slew Auntie Roo? (1971)
Monday March 20 at 10/9C
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- Derek Anderson
It was Chris Jericho who accepted the match on Ko’s behalf, planting the seeds of their inevitable split, but Owen’s best friend forever isn’t the only person he has to worry about. Because Ko’s started a new feud. The Universal Champion Kevin Owens vs WWE’s Promotional Graphics department.
WWE tweeted the above image hyping the Fastlane title fight, with Owens looking a little bit sweaty and Goldberg looking a little bit 20 years ago. Specifically his beard, which going by how Goldberg has looked since he made his WWE return in October last year, nose-dived into a bucket of Just For Men shortly before the photo was taken. Owens took issue with this, replying to »
- Oli Davis
Last year, it was announced that Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson was the world’s highest paid actor, definitively proving that there is absolutely a place in Hollywood for the charismatic pro wrestler. He’s not alone, either, now that John Cena’s roles in Trainwreck and Sisters have turned him into a comedy commodity.
Of course, not everyone is able to transcend playing a CGI man-scorpion. Most wrestlers are still toiling away in bizarre, straight-to-vod fare, whether it’s Seth Rollins popping up in Sharknado 4 or Dean Ambrose starring in the second sequel to a movie nobody saw. Take Kevin Nash, one-time WWE champion and founding member of the nWo. Though he’s made appearances in a number of fine films, including Magic Mike Xxl and The Punisher, he’s not above starring in a food-themed Saw parody alongside fellow pro wrestlers/Bullet Club members Luke Gallows, Amber Gallows ...
- Randall Colburn
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