The network’s summer series join TBS’ previous 2017 renewals, including the dysfunctional family comedy “The Detour” and police procedural spoof “Angie Tribeca.”
“Since rebranding this network just two years ago, we have renewed 100% of our scripted originals, which have all generated impressive audience growth in an environment that’s seeing mostly declines,” said Brett Weitz, executive vice president of original programming for TBS. “Our shows are connecting with fans and we’re going to keep making these genuinely funny comedies with the best creators in this business.”
Executive-produced by Conan O’Brien and Greg Daniels along with creator David Jenkins and showrunner Norm Hiscock, “People of Earth” centers on a support group for alien abductees in Beacon, N.Y. In the show’s second season, StarCrossed’s members must reckon with the arrival of FBI Agent
Season two of Wrecked is airing now on TBS. You can catch up on the whole series on TBS.com.
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Wrecked ranks among cable's Top 25 scripted series for the year-to-date and is the #1 new cable comedy among adults 18-49.
Angie Tribeca's second season premiere delivered cable's largest increase of adults 18-49 (+41%) for a returning comedy this year.
Animal Kingdom is pulling in a young audience profile and has been on an upward trajectory since its premiere.
Today's renewals mark the latest steps in the ongoing evolution of the networks under TBS and TNT President Kevin Reilly, who has set out to energize both brands and draw in younger audiences.
Since rebranding in January, TBS has premiered and renewed four new comedies: Angie Tribeca, Full Frontal with Samantha Bee, The Detour and Wrecked. All
TNT’s freshman drama “Animal Kingdom,” TBS’ new comedy “Wrecked” and sophomore laffer “Angie Tribeca” have all been renewed for new seasons.
Since rebranding in January, TBS has premiered and renewed four new comedies: “Angie Tribeca,” “Full Frontal with Samantha Bee,” “The Detour” and “Wrecked.” All four rank among the year’s Top 10 new cable comedies among adults 18-49, with “Wrecked” and “The Detour” topping the chart.
“A year ago we began reinventing TBS, and thanks to the incredible talent behind these shows, we’ve come a long way in a very short amount of time,” said Brett Weitz, executive vice president of original programming for TBS. “Pulling the trigger on renewals early allows us to build on our success by giving fans new seasons more quickly.”
“‘Animal Kingdom’ has signaled the new tone for TNT dramas and is moving the network
A single-camera comedy, Wrecked follows a diverse group of strangers who are stranded on a deserted island after a plane crash. It’s a dangerous new world where they must face many threats -- mostly brought on by themselves. No longer plugged into the rest of the world, the group struggles to navigate their makeshift society while also learning to live without modern comforts. The cast includes Ally Maki, Will Greenberg, Brian Sacca, Asif Ali, Brooke Dillman, Jessica Lowe, Ginger Gonzaga, Rhys Darby, and Zach Cregger.
The ratings are typically the best indication of a show's likelihood of
Days of Our Lives fans, keep watching Wrecked's "Crashing Landing" preview, at least until the 4:12 mark. That's when James Scott (formerly Ej Dimera on the daytime drama) makes a dashing entry, which includes him ripping open his shirt. You're welcome. The Wrecked TV series cast also includes: Ginger Gonzaga, Asif Ali, Brian Sacca, Zach Creggar, Jessica Lowe, Will Greenberg, Brooke Dillman, Rhys Darby, and Ally Maki.
Directed by Kyle Rankin.
Starring Maria Thayer, Michael Cassidy, Ray Wise, Chris Marquette, Syd Wilder, Julie Brister and Brian Sacca.
After an awkward one-night stand, Deb and Ryan wake up to find their town has become populated with flesh-eating zombies.
Deb (Maria Thayer) is a quirky and charming young woman who, after a drunken night of fourth of July celebrations, ends up in the bed of handsome stranger Ryan (Michael Cassidy). Feeling awkward and slightly embarrassed the pair say their goodbyes the following morning but are reunited sooner than they think when it becomes apparent that the world they’ve woken up to isn’t quite the same as it was when they went to sleep, as everybody now seems to be munching on the guts of the corpses covering the streets.
Hoping to escape the town the pair make their way back to
The cast of Wrecked includes: Zach Cregger, Rhys Darby, Jessica Lowe, Asif Ali, Ally Maki, Will Greenberg, Brooke Dillman, Ginger Gonzaga, and Brian Sacca.
There are some films that, upon viewing, you just can’t help but fall in love with (and Night of the Living Deb is not the only film at this years Frightfest to hit me in my horror-loving heart). Back in 2009, at my very first Frightfest as a reviewer – covering the festival for Bloody Disgusting – there was one such film… Infestation. A parody of nature run amok movies like The Swarm, Phase IV and Them!, Infestation was a near-perfect comedic take on the killer-insect genre (even though those original creature-features are funny enough as they are) with stellar performances from Chris Marquette and Ray Wise. Well that was 6 years ago. a long six years. Since then director Kyle Rankin has been
The Wolf of Wall Street (2013) directed by Martin Scorsese and starring Leonardo DiCaprio (The Departed) is based on the memoir of high living stockbroker Jordan Belfort who was sent to prison for stock manipulation. “It's interesting that Scorsese told his casting director, Ellen Lewis, right from the beginning that the film would be filled with humour,” states Thelma Schoonmaker who has edited every Martin Scorsese movie since winning an Oscar for Raging Bull (1980). “But most members of the crew were surprised by how funny the scenes were as they watched them being shot. So Scorsese knew what he was doing right from the beginning,
After selling, "garbage to garbage-men" Jordan Belfort (Leonardo DiCaprio) decides to make it big. "Everyone wants to get rich," he announces to his neighbour Donnie Azoff (Jonah Hill) and his cronies, Brad (Jon Bernthal), Nicky (P.J. Byrne), Robbie (Brian Sacca) and Chester Ming (Kenneth Choi) when they decide to recruit a team of stock brokers to widen their horizon by hustling rich men with blue chip stocks. "I want the young, hungry and stupid. In no time, I'll make them rich," he assures them.
This is neither the prologue of the film.
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