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Everything New to and Leaving Hulu in August, From ‘A Simple Favor’ to ‘Jawline’

  • The Wrap
The time has come for Hulu to release its list of everything coming and going in the month of August.

This will come in handy after the “Bachelorette” season finale in late July leaves us in desperate need of something else to watch.

In August, a new episode of Hulu’s horror anthology “Into The Dark” arrives, in which a group of social outcasts who are stuck in weekend detention are confronted by the school’s legendary hauntings.

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Other Hulu originals include: “The Amazing Johnathan Documentary,” in which a filmmaker profiles a dying magician on his final tour, but the lines between reality and magic begin to blur; Season 2 of “Find Me in Paris,” and “Jawline,” a Hulu original documentary that follows 16-year-old Austyn Tester, a rising star in the live-broadcast ecosystem
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What’s Coming to Hulu in August 2019

  • Variety
As fall approaches, Hulu is revamping its collection with a slew of new titles. Take a trip down memory lane with “The Brady Bunch Movie” and “The Color Purple” or complement your “Spider-Man: Far From Home” viewing with some nostalgia by watching “Spider-Man 3” with Tobey Maguire. Those with the HBO premium add-on will also be able to watch new series “A Black Lady Sketch Show” as it airs.

Additionally, Hulu subscribers can look forward to more original content next month. “Jawline,” a Hulu original documentary showcasing the lifestyles of aspiring social media influencers, will be released Aug. 23 and Season 2 of new fantasy series “Find Me in Paris” will be released Aug. 16.

See the full list below.

Aug. 1

A Very Brady Sequel

A Viking Saga: The Darkest Day

Alien vs. Predator

American Heart

Baby Boom

Big Fish

The Brady Bunch Movie

Bulletproof Monk

Cats & Dogs

Chinese Box

The Color Purple
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Tons Of Star Trek Content Is Landing On Amazon Prime This Month

Attention, Star Trek fans, if you don’t already have an Amazon Prime account, you should maybe reconsider.

According to CinemaBlend, the streaming service’s lineup for the end of July’s flooded with bold content. Joining what’s already available – including the original TV series, Star Trek: The Next Generation, Star Trek Voyager, and more – will be Stark Trek IV: The Voyage Home, Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country, Star Trek: First Contact, Star Trek: Insurrection, and finally, Stark Trek: Nemesis.

I know that’s quite a mouthful of titles to throw at you, so let’s break it down. For those who don’t know, two of the films are led by William Shatner’s Kirk crew, and the other three follow Patrick Stewart’s Jean-Luc Picard. While this may be a bit of a stretch, we’d recommend The Undiscovered Country for a possible double feature event with Avengers: Endgame,
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Amazon Prime Video schedule: Here’s what is coming and leaving in July 2019

Amazon Prime Video has confirmed that five original shows will be debuting new episodes on the streaming service in July including the fourth season of the docuseries “All or Nothing,” which chronicles the 2018 season for the Carolina Panthers led by star quarterback Cam Newton and the first season of “The Boy,” a superhero drama based on the comic book of the same name.

There will also be one new movie this month: Mike Leigh‘s acclaimed historical drama “Peterloo,” about the massacre of protesters by the British cavalry in 1819. Likewise, there will be plenty of films making their first appearances on Amazon Prime Video in July including five from the “Star Trek” franchise and several entries in the “Dumb and Dumber” series.

Below is the full schedule of everything that is coming to Amazon Prime Video in July 2019. Unlike Netflix, Amazon does not disclose the shows and movies leaving the service in any given month.
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What’s Coming to Amazon Prime in July 2019

  • Variety
The sun may be shining, but Amazon Prime subscribers probably won’t be coming outside, considering the wealth of titles coming to the streamer next month.

Viewers looking for a touch of nostalgia will be able to binge Peter Farrelly’s “Dumb and Dumber” starring a 14 year-old Jim Carrey or its 2014 sequel “Dumb and Dumber: When Harry Met Lloyd,” beginning July 31. All five of the “Star Trek” movies are also dropping the last day of the month in addition to older classics such as “Rosemary’s Baby” and “The Rainmaker.”

A variety of silver-screen favorites and Amazon Originals are also streaming well before the end of the month. Learn some history by watching “Peterloo,” which portrays the 1819 Peterloo Massacre in England after British forces charge through a peaceful pro-democracy rally, or catch the premiere of “The Boys,” which follows five vigilantes on a heroic quest to combat super-heroes using their powers for evil.
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What’s New on Amazon Prime Video in July

  • The Wrap
Amazon Prime Video has announced its new content offerings for July 2019, a list that includes five Amazon Original series and one Amazon Original movie. The service will also start streaming Epix’s new series “Pennyworth,” which takes a look at the early life of Batman’s famous butler Alfred, on July 28.

In terms of original series, “Kung Fu Panda: The Paws of Destiny” returns for Season 1B on July 5. Season 2 of “Comicstaan” airs July 12, while Season 4 of “All or Nothing” premieres July 19. Season 3 of “Dino Dana” and the series premiere of “The Boys” — a superhero comic book adaptation — are coming July 26.

The Amazon original movie “Peterloo” — a historical drama that chronicles one of that bloodiest chapter’s in Britain’s history — debuts July 3.

Some other movies to look forward to include “Under the Silver Lake,” the new “Hellboy,” “Corpse Bride,” “Rosemary’s Baby,” and five different “Star Trek” films ranging
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Star Trek: Discovery Season 2 Episode 13 Easter Eggs & References

Ryan Britt Apr 11, 2019

Did you catch all of these Star Trek references and Easter eggs in "Such Sweet Sorrow"?

Spoilers ahead for Star Trek: Discovery Season 2, Episode 13, “Such Sweet Sorrow.”

The penultimate episode of Star Trek: Discovery’s second season is jammed with perhaps more old-school references than any episode before. Because the USS Discovery hooks-up with the USS Enterprise, there are probably more Easter eggs than are reasonable. It will likely take several repeat viewings — and a lot of freeze frame — to catch everything in this thrilling episode.

And yet! We tried! From classic starship designations, to how you blow up a spaceship, to Sherlock Holmes, and Shakespeare, here are all the Easter eggs and references we caught in Star Trek: Discovery season 2, episode 13, “Such Sweet Sorrow.”

The episode title references Shakespeare and Future Klingons

The title of the episode comes from Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet: “Parting is
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Star Trek: Discovery Season 2 Episode 11 Easter Eggs & References

Ryan Britt Mar 28, 2019

Did you catch all of these references in Star Trek: Discovery's "Perpetual Infinity"?

Warning! This Star Trek: Discovery review contains massive spoilers.

With a huge and emotional reveal central to the latest episode of Star Trek: Discovery, there wasn’t a lot of time for winks and nods to existing Star Trek.

Just kidding! Though the 11th episode of Star Trek: Discovery’s second season — “Perpetual Infinity” — mostly focused on building its own mythology, there were still plenty of connections to the larger canon of Star Trek. From visual references to the Borg, the size of Starfleet, specific phasers and quotes from Shakespeare, here’s every Easter egg and reference we caught in “Perpetual Infinity.”

A new/old Klingon ship

In the opening flashback, we see Burnham’s parents suddenly attacked by Klingons on Doctari Alpha. The Klingon ship that hovers over their installation looks like
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Star Trek: Discovery Season 2 Episode 2 Easter Eggs

Did you catch these Star Trek: Discovery Easter eggs in "New Eden"?

Because Star Trek: Discovery is a prequel to the original series, it also serves as a prequel to pretty much all of Star Trek, excluding the earlier prequel series, Enterprise. Because of that fact, it makes sense to expect an Easter egg or two in every single episode of Discovery.

We dug "New Eden," the second episode of Star Trek: Discovery Season 2, and there were plenty of Easter eggs that even hardcore Trekkies might have missed. Let's dive in...

World War III - 600 million dead

Early in the episode, when Discovery realizes the people on the planet are from 2053, Burnham talks about World War III, and mentions 600 million dead. The time period for World War III and the number dead come from various sources, but most notably, from Star Trek: First Contact.

In that film, the Enterprise travels
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William Morgan Sheppard Dies: ‘Star Trek’ Actor Was 86

  • Deadline
William Morgan Sheppard Dies: ‘Star Trek’ Actor Was 86
William Morgan Sheppard, best known for his work in Star Trek: The Next Generation the series and subsequent Star Trek films, died Sunday. He was 86.

His son, actor Mark Sheppard (Lost Voyage) shared news of his father’s death in an emotional tribute on Instagram.

The London-born actor began his career on the stage. He was an Associate Artist with the Royal Shakespeare Company for 12 years, and appeared on Broadway in 1966 with Marat-Sade and later in 1975 with Sherlock Holmes. But it was his portrayal of Dr. Ira Graves in 1989’s Star Trek: The Next Generation series for which he became known to audiences worldwide. He also went on to play the Rura Penth commandant in Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country in 1991, Quatai in the Star Trek: Voyager’s 1999 episode Bliss, and the chief Vulcan Science Council minister in 2009’s Star Trek film.

His other credits include an episode of Doctor Who,
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The Wrath of Khan director wasn’t impressed by Star Trek Into Darkness

While Star Trek has its fair share of memorable villains, there’s one who truly stands out above the rest of the pack: Khan Noonien Singh, the genetically engineered 20th century warlord played by Ricardo Montalban in The Original Series episode ‘Space Seed’ and the 1982 feature film Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan.

Having firmly made his mark with just two appearances in the original Trek canon, Khan was resurrected by director J.J. Abrams for the 2013 reboot sequel Star Trek Into Darkness, with Benedict Cumberbatch taking on the role for what was essentially a very loose remake of The Wrath of Khan.

Appearing on the Midnight’s Edge podcast, Wrath of Khan director Nicholas Meyer (who also worked on Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home and Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country as well as the new series Star Trek: Discovery) was asked for his thoughts on Into Darkness,
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Hulu schedule: Here’s what is coming and leaving in July 2018

Hulu has confirmed that several of its original series will be debuting new episodes on the streaming service in July, including the first season of the highly anticipated Stephen King thriller “Castle Rock” as well as season 2 of the costume drama “Harlots” and season 4 of the comedy “Casual.”

And there will also be new to Hulu seasons of some of your favorites from other networks, including season 2 of “The Strain,” season 4 of “The Vikings” and season 8 of “RuPaul’s Drag Race.” Likewise, there will be plenty of movies making their first Hulu appearances including the first five films in the “Star Trek” franchise and the Oscar-winning “Rosemary’s Baby.”

See Netflix schedule: Here’s what is coming and leaving in July

Available July 1: TV

Alaska: The Last Frontier: Complete Season 4 (Discovery)

Deadliest Catch: Complete Season 11 (Discovery)

Deadly Women: Complete Season 6 (ID)

Dual Survival: Complete Season 5 (Discovery)

Elementary: Complete Season
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CBS developing three new Star Trek shows, including a Next Generation sequel with Patrick Stewart

Following the successful launch of Star Trek: Discovery, new season two showrunner Alex Kurtzman has revealed to Entertainment Weekly that CBS is planning on “expanding the Star Trek franchise for television”.

“CBS has also allowed us the great pleasure of reintroducing the world of Star Trek audiences new and old, and we are very excited to keep working alongside them to expand that world,” said Kurtzman, who also co-wrote and produced 2009’s Star Trek and its 2013 sequel Star Trek Into Darkness.

According to the site, CBS has three different Star Trek concepts in development, and one is said to be a sequel to Star Trek: The Next Generation which would see Patrick Stewart reprising his role as Captain Jean-Luc Picard.

See Also: Star Trek: Discovery showrunners fired, Alex Kurtzman to take charge of season 2

Just days ago, Stewart hinted at a potential Star Trek return, although it was assumed that
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Wrath of Khan's Nicholas Meyer may be making a Star Trek trilogy for CBS

  • JoBlo
Star Trek fans certainly know who Nicholas Meyer is. Of the six Star Trek movies to feature the original cast, Meyer was involved with the very best of them. In addition to directing both Star Trek II: The Wrath Of Khan and Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country, Meyer also co-wrote both of those movies as well as Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home. That was the end of his involvement with the Star... Read More...
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Star Trek: Discovery episode 14 review

James Hunt Feb 6, 2018

Star Trek: Discovery's penultimate season one episode finally starts delivering answers. Spoilers ahead in our review...

This review contains spoilers.

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1.14 The War Without, The War Within

Finally some answers! After spending several episodes throwing out insane twists but never quite following them up, this episode reveals that firstly, there was no Tyler before Voq, and secondly there Was a non-Mirror Lorca. Though if you think that the line “it sounds like my Lorca wouldn’t have survived” closes the door on any return for Jason Isaacs, you are sadly mistaken, friends, because nothing says “We’ll definitely see non-Mirror Lorca one day” than everyone agreeing he’s definitely dead.

Although there was a lot riding on this episode after the game-redefining Mirror Universe arc, I think the show held up well. Best of all, Sarek gave us some
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Should cinema audiences stay put for the credits?

Juliette Harrisson Dec 11, 2017

Getting up to leave as soon as the end credits start: is that a bad thing?

The recent piece on this site about 'credit offset' brings up an important issue that has been the cause of some heated debate among my friends and dearly beloved recently: should cinema audiences stay put for the end credits of a movie? Should people stay in their seats while anything up to 10 minutes of credits sweep by, or should people get themselves up and vacate the cinema so that the hard-working cinema employees can sweep up their rubbish in time for the next showing?

Now, being a Wittertainee and a cinephile, I am anticipating a stream of irate responses along the lines of “Of Course cinema audiences should stay put for the credits! How is this even a question?!”

There are two main reasons for cinema fans’ passionate advocacy for staying in your seats.
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How Star Trek: Discovery takes its cue from Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country

Juliette Harrisson Dec 4, 2017

Here's how The Undiscovered Country feeds into Star Trek; Discovery. Spoilers for both ahead...

Contains spoilers for Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country and for Star Trek: Discovery.

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It's well known that Jj Abrams, along with many other Trekkies, Trekkers, and people who sometimes watch Star Trek, is especially fond of Star Trek II: The Wrath Of Khan, and used that film as inspiration for his own take on Star Trek in the recent movies. The Wrath Of Khan is many people’s favourite Trek film, one of the best of the Star Trek movies, the source of the idea that the even-numbered ones are the good ones. Its themes, of death and rebirth, youth and ageing, fathers and sons, and
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Should Star Trek use the F word?

Juliette Harrisson Oct 21, 2017

For the very first time this week, Star Trek: Discovery broke a linguistic taboo. Did it shock, annoy or amuse you?

Spoilers for Star Trek Discovery episode 5 lie ahead

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In one of the lighter moments in last week’s episode of Star Trek: Discovery, while working on a way to use Discovery’s spore drive without the tardigrade known as Ripper, Cadet Sylvia Tilly exclaimed, “You guys, this is so fucking cool!” Suddenly realising she was on duty in a military workplace, she immediately apologised, and Lt Paul Stamets reassured her, “It is fucking cool”. It was the first time anyone has ever used ‘the F word’ in canon on Star Trek. Some were amused. Some were horrified.
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Star Trek: Discovery episode 5 review: Choose Your Pain

James Hunt Oct 17, 2017

Harry Mudd makes an appearance in the latest Star Trek: Discovery episode. Spoilers ahead in our review...

This review contains spoilers.

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1.5 Choose Your Pain

A lot of reviews right now are calling this the weakest episode yet, and while it’s hard to disagree with that… well, if this is the worst we can expect, it’ll definitely have the best hit-rate of any Star Trek show thus far. Between the appearance of Harry Mudd, the explanation of Lorca’s backstory and Burnham getting a definitive win by setting the Tardigrade free, this was an episode that put a lot of smiles on my face.

I’m increasingly intrigued by Lorca, who seems to have formidable and calculating strategic mind, but also a total lack of empathy.
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Star Trek Veteran Nicholas Meyer is Reportedly Developing a New Series Focused on Khan

Earlier this summer a rumor surfaced that writer and director Nicholas Meyer was developing a new Star Trek series separate from Star Trek: Discovery. Meyer has worked on Star Trek: The Wrath of Khan, Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home, and Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country. He also worked on Discovery, so it's pretty exciting that this Star Trek veteran could be developing a new series.

What's even more exciting is that this new rumored series might focus on Khan! The news comes from GeekExchange, who offers the following details on what the series will be about:

Meyer’s new project takes him back to Khan Noonien Singh, the “genetically superior” villain played by Ricardo Montalban in the original series episode “Space Seed” and in The Wrath of Khan, and by Benedict Cumberbatch in the J.J. Abrams-helmed Star Trek Into Darkness. Meyer will reportedly be developing a prequel miniseries,
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