Never made it more than about three minutes whenever I try to watch the infamous holiday special. This looks promising, though!
… and better than we deserve.
I knew that Honeybus made me think of something: it was Honey Bees.
When I’m down to my last few neurons, my brain will still be running Gilligan’s Island.
Since HBO cruelly ended Barry and Succession at the same time, this bastard is angry. I know the rest of you are doing your highbrow summer reading clubs, but I’m left waiting for:
- True Detective: Night Country (“sometime in 2023”)
- Fargo Season 5 (sometime late 2023)
- Dune Part Deux (November 3, 2023)
- The Witcher Season 5 (June 29, 2023 hey that’s sooner than I thought!)
Anyway, Gemstones drops June 18th.
Better get a perm.
This show ain’t so hard.
Suck it, Trebek!
So silly it could work? We’ll find out in March!
This ten episode, Netflix adult animation series from Sony Pictures Animation is an irreverent action comedy starring Matthew McConaughey as Elvis Presley and follows Elvis as he lives a double-life as a secret agent. The show was created by Priscilla Presley and John Eddie, and was developed by Co-Showrunners Mike Arnold and John Eddie, who also serve as Executive Producers along with Executive Producers Kevin Noel, Matthew McConaughey, Priscilla Presley, with Fletcher Moules serving as Co-Executive Producer and Seranie Manoogian as Producer. Jamie Salter, Corey Salter, and Marc Rosen with Authentic Brands Group also served as Executive Producers. Vancouver-based Titmouse served as the animation studio with Chris Prynoski, Shannon Prynoski, Antonio Canobbio, and Ben Kalina serving as Executive Producers and Gary Ye as Supervising Director, Chris Thompson as Art Director, and Josue Sanchez as Editor. Robert Valley created original character designs, and Agent Elvis’ wardrobe was designed by John Varvatos. Music and original score was composed by Tyler Bates and Timothy Williams.
Anybody remember In The News, the current events segments shown during Saturday morning cartoons?
Let me guess, Monkeystador didn’t watch cartoons.
And not even the first time!
(apologies for screen orientation set to swashbuckling)
It’s been great having you, Conrad.