In our exclusive clip from the haunting show, which is based on Joe Hill’s 2013 bestselling novel of the same name, you’ll get an introduction to Vic, who doesn’t approach her role as the “chosen one” with open arms (at least at first). Check it out, and then mark your calendar for the season premiere on June 2.
If you somehow weren’t scarred enough from AMC’s wildly popular horror series The Walking Dead, the network has a brand new source of terrifying thrills in store for you: NOS4A2.
If the (frustratingly spelled) title of the series has you confused, the show is pronounced “Nosferatu,” and follows one Charlie Manx (American Horror Story‘s Zachary Quinto), who is described as “a seductive immortal who feeds off the souls of children.” So, not the best baby sitter, we’d imagine. However, the area of New England where he’s been hunting, fortunately has a defender in the form of Vic McQueen (Ashleigh Cummings), a young woman who discovers she has the supernatural ability to find lost things.
Kiernan Shipka’s New Netflix Horror Film Is a Terrifying Mix of The Birds and A Quiet Place
The streaming platform’s latest original film is directed by Annabelle‘s John R. Leonetti and will have fans of A Quiet Place either loving or rolling their eyes at its plot: the world is under attack from bloodthirsty, flying creatures who hunt their human prey by sound, and 16-year-old Ally (Chilling Adventures of Sabrina‘s Kiernan Shipka), who lost her hearing at 13, has to seek shelter with a sinister cult to escape the monsters.
The movie is actually based on the acclaimed novel of the same name by writer Tim Lebbon, which came out in 2015. The adaptation will also star Stanley Tucci as Ally’s father and Miranda Otto as her mother, while John Corbett, Kate Trotter, and Kyle Breitkopf make up the rest of the cast. Watch the trailer above before The Silence (quietly) hits Netflix on April 12.
Amy Poehler and Nick Offerman Celebrate Parks and Rec’s 10th Anniversary With a Sweet Video
Ten years ago today, a little show called #ParksAndRec came into our lives. ?
Amy Poehler & @Nick_Offerman have a special message for all of our fans: pic.twitter.com/smp77vNzGO
– Parks and Recreation (@parksandrecnbc) April 9, 2019
Citizens of Pawnee, it’s officially been 10 years since Parks and Recreation first came into our lives and warmed our souls with laughter and the promise of one day tasting a waffle from JJ’s Diner – with extra whipped cream on top, of course.
To honor the milestone anniversary, the NBC show’s Twitter account shared a short but sweet video in which Amy Poehler and Nick Offerman thank fans for being the beautiful, talented, brilliant, powerful muskoxen they are and for sticking around for a full decade.
While it’s not the same as having a full Parks and Rec cast reunion, the video is still super sweet and definitely made me feel validated for watching the show on repeat so many times. Thanks for the memories, Ron and Leslie.