Amazon Studios' original series productions range from Amy Sherman-Palladino's award-winning The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel to Philip K. Dick's Man in the High Castle.
On the film side, Amazon Studios produces and acquires original movies for theatrical release and early window distribution exclusively for their Amazon Prime members. At the 2017 Academy Awards, Amazon Studios became the first streaming service to win Oscars for Manchester by the Sea.
Bleeding Cool follows Amazon Studios' efforts closely, with their upcoming duo classic fantasy series, Lord of the Rings (based on a young Aragorn), and Robert Jordan's Wheel of Time, you can keep abreast of the latest in news, rumors, and happenings right here.
The Boys executive producer Eric Kripke is turning into a one-person promotional machine for the second-season return of the streaming service's adaptation of Garth Ennis and Darick Robertson's comic book series. In a recently posted interview with Collider, he offered up another round of intel on what fans can expect- including how the season's need […]
As the promotional machine behind Amazon Prime's The Boys begins to pick up steam heading towards the series' second-season return on September 4 (with a 3 episode drop and then weekly after that), executive producer Eric Kripke continues keeping his promise to offer up some very cool stuff for fans of the streaming service's adaptation of […]
Welcome to BCTV Sunday Slices, our little slice of weekly heaven where I look back at Bleeding Cool's television (BCTV) coverage from the past week to bestow some incredibly not objective, totally opinionated wisdom on what has become of the television landscape. The week leading into a July 4th weekend tends to be a bit […]
The May 25 video-recorded killing of George Floyd while in police custody in Minneapolis re-awakened a protest movement across America. In addition to fighting institutionalized racism and police brutality, the #BlackLivesMatter movement demands that we rethink the role of police in our society. Racism, discrimination, and violence against minorities have long been a shameful reality […]
So if you're like me, you've spent way too many 3 am's in a diner booth (substitute your stomping grounds here) in a "heightened sense of perception" and getting into one of a thousand possible geek debates. The one that always gets me going? Series finales: the ones that worked, the ones that sucked, the […]
Yes, you read that correctly, the category tonight is television. No, not characters in television – how ballroom culture has been portrayed on television and how media has been shaped by the underground LBGTQ culture (and vice-versa). Now, you may be wondering "how is ballroom dancing gay" and to that, I say duh – but […]
New Zealand was one of the countries that addressed the COVID-19 pandemic early on, instituting measures that have nearly eradicated the case numbers- including shutting down its borders. Now, the country's Ministry of Business, Innovation, and Employment has announced that Amazon Prime's "The Lord of the Rings" series, Netflix's live-action adaptation of anime Cowboy Bebop, and […]
For those hoping that Westworld creators Jonathan Nolan and Lisa Joy's next project would offer a warmer, more hopeful future, you're about to be disappointed. Fans of epic-level sci-fi action and drama, and in particular fans of "Fallout," should be feeling pretty good right about now (though with a cautious eye, we're sure). Nolan and […]
When Amazon Prime's The Boys premiered last summer, we reported on Supernatural and The Walking Dead star Jeffrey Dean Morgan taking to Twitter to express just how big of a fan he was of executive producer Eric Kripke's adaptation of Garth Ennis and Darick Robertson's comic book series. Not one to miss out on an opportunity […]
After some bumps along the way outside of their control, showrunner/EP Eric Kripke and the team behind Amazon Prime's The Boys have really been doing right by the fans lately. "The Boys F**kin' Reunion" brought with it the news that the series was returning on September 4, but the "fine print" to that announcement was what […]
We see what you're doing there, "The Wheel of Time on Amazon Prime Book Club." Sure, you've been doing a great job getting fans up-to-speed on Robert Jordan's "Wheel of Time" series of novels before Amazon Prime's fantasy series adaptation debuts. But that whole "sneaking in casting news in the middle"? A particularly nice touch, […]
On Tuesday, the European Union (EU) named the 14 countries from outside of the EU who could enter starting July 1- and the U.S was not on that list due to our country's continued growing number of COVID-19 cases. To say that got a whole lot of people here in The States who work on […]
A little more than a year after Amazon Studios announced it had given a series commitment to a drama based on Brian K. Vaughan (Saga, Ex Machina) and Cliff Chiang's (Wonder Woman, Human Target) best-selling graphic novel Paper Girls, fans are learning who one of the co-showrunners will be on the adaptation- and the news […]
The animation field has spent the past few weeks looking at how it's been conducting business over the years when it comes to the matter of fair and equal representation on the mics. Kristen Bell (Central Park), Jenny Slate (Big Mouth), and Mike Henry (Family Guy) stepped down from their respective roles so that those […]
Welcome to this week's edition of BCTV Sunday Slices, our little slice of weekly Heaven where I highlight some of Bleeding Cool's television coverage from the past week while bestowing some incredibly not objective, totally opinionated wisdom on what the past week brought to the television landscape. In the BCTV Comments section below, you are more […]
So back at the beginning of the year, we published The Bleeding Cool Top 30 TV Series Influencers 2020, a look inside the BCTV "crystal ball" to predict the broadcast, cable, and streaming shows that would have a major influence on our viewing habits as we rolled through 2020 – and beyond. We made some changes […]
Friday's "The Boys F**kin' Reunion" brought a ton of info that has our inner geek still bouncing off the walls over. The biggest news? The second season will there to blow our eyeballs out the back of our noggins starting September 4. Why did we say "starting"? Because this season, Amazon Prime will drop the […]
So while we process everything we learned and saw during Friday's "The Boys F**kin' Reunion," we thought we'd share everything that we have so far with you. The second season of the streaming service's adaptation of Garth Ennis and Darick Robertson's comic books series will drop the first three episodes on September 4, with the […]
Amazon Prime and EP Eric Kripke promised some big reveals when The Boys got back together for a reunion, and they didn't disappoint. The second season of the streaming service's adaptation of Garth Ennis and Darick Robertson's comic books series will drop the first three episodes on September 4, with the next five episodes dropping […]
With less than an hour to go before the cast and creative team behind Amazon Prime Video's The Boys are "F**kin' Reunited" on Twitter (2 pm ET/11 am PT) to offer up news and previews of the second season, it looks like EP Eric Kripke and the gang are looking to kick off festivities a […]