TV, Music & Movies For The Week

TV MUSIC & MOVIE RELEASES

TELEVISION For The Week

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 Comedy Central airs the Justin Bieber Roast tonight (Monday).

 TV Land’s Younger starring Debbie Mazur, E!’s Grace Helbig and NBC’s American Odyssey starring Anna Friel all debut this week.

 TV Tidbit: AMC’s The Walking Dead spinoff was going to be called Cobalt, but the name is now Fear The Walking Dead and will star Cliff Curtis.

 

MUSIC & MOVIES For The Week

    (Great source for music: pauseandplay.com)

Van Halen’s Live

Ringo Starr’s Postcards From Paradise

Hall & Oates Live From Dublin (DVD)

Boz Scaggs

Jodeci

Darius Rucker

DCFC

   (Great source for movies: joblo.com)

Furious 7 starring Vin Diesel & company

Woman In Gold with Katie Holmes

 

TV, Music & Movies For The Week

TELEVISION For The Week

(Great info for tv can be found via thefutoncritic.com)

 AMC’s The Walking Dead 90-minute season finale airs this weekend!

 This Thursday, FOX’s Bones is back and Cyndi Lauper returns as a special guest star.

           MUSIC & MOVIES For The Week

               (Great source for music: pauseandplay.com)

Van Morrison’s Duets.

Mini Mansions.

Bjork.

Big Data.

The Cribs.

Laura Marling.

Striking Matches.

Kansas.

Meatloaf.

Paul Simon.

 

          (Great source for movies: joblo.com)

The animated Home starring Jim Parsons, Rihanna, JLo & Steve Martin.

Get Hard starring Will Ferrell & Kevin Hart.

Music & Movie Releases

UPDATED!!!

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MUSIC & MOVIE RELEASE DATES

MUSIC

March 24th: Mini Mansions The Great Pretenders, Van Morrison’s Duets, Incubus Trust Fall, Toto’s Toto XIV, Bee-Gee’s 1974-1979 set, Laura Marling, Kansas Miracles Out Of Nowhere, Paul Simon’s Original Album Classics and Striking Matches Nothing But The Silence.

March 31st: Van Halen LIVE, Madeon’s Adventure, Ringo Starr’s Postcards From Paradise, Hall & Oates Live From Dublin, Death Cab For Cutie’s Kintsugi, Darius Rucker’s Southern Style, Boz Scaggs A Fool To Care, Scott Weiland & The Wildabouts Blaster, Jodeci’s The Past, The Present, The Future and The Prodigy’s The Day Is My Enemy.

April 7th: Brian Wilson’s No Peer Pressure, Matt & Kim’s New Glow, Priory and The Waterboys Modern Blues.

April 14th: Randy Bachman’s Heavy Blues, The Replacements box set collection and Greg Holden’s Chase The Sun.

April 21st: Joan Jett & The Blackhearts I Love Rock & Roll (Reissue with bonus material), Alabama Shakes Sound & Color, BoDeans I Can’t Stop, Built To Spill and They Might Be Giants Glean.

April 28th: Shawn Mendes Handwritten, Odessa, Blur’s The Magic Whip, Olivia Chaney’s The Longest River, The Fontaines, Mew +- , The Leisure Society’s The Art of Hanging On and Eric Clapton’s Forever Man.

May 5th: My Morning Jacket’s The Waterfall, Mumford & Sons Wilder Mild, Shelby Lynn’s I Can’t Imagine and Rose Windows.

May 12th: Paul Weller’s Saturns Pattern.

May 19th: Faith No More’s So Invictus, YES box set collection, Brandon Flowers (The Killers) The Desired Effect, Lifehouse, Whitesnake’s The Purple Album, The Helio Sequence and Hot Chip’s Why Make Sense?!?

May 26th: Unknown Mortal Orchestra.

June 2nd: Zella Day’s Kicker, SOAK and Florence + The Machine’s How Big, How Blue, How Beautiful.

June 8th: Muse’s Drones and Of Monsters & Men’s Beneath The Skin.

June: Ilse, Emmaline, Gotye, The Darkness Last Of Our Kind.

MOVIES

March 26th: The Breakfast Club returns to select theatres to celebrate it’s anniversary! (March 31st will also have some showings)

March 27th: The animated Home starring Jim Parsons & Rihanna and Get Hard starring Will Ferrell & Kevin Hart.

April 3rd: Furious 7 starring Vin Diesel.

April 10th: The Longest Ride starring Scott Eastwood & Britt Robertson and True Story starring James Franco.

April 17th: Paul Blart: Mall Cop sequel with Kevin James.

April 24th: The Age of Adeline starring Blake Lively & Harrison Ford.

May 1st: Avengers: Age of Ultron starring Robert Downey Jr. & company.

May 8th: Hot Pursuit starring Reese Witherspoon.

May 15th: Mad Max: Fury Road starring Tom Hardy.

May 22nd: Tomorrowland starring George Clooney.

May 29th: The animated Monster Trucks starring Rob Lowe and San Andreas starring The Rock.

June 5th: Spy starring Jason Statham and Entourage starring Adrien Grenier.

June 12th: Jurassic World starring Chris Pratt.

June 19th: The animated Inside Out from Pixar starring Bill Hader & Amy Poehler.

June 25th: Ted sequel with Mark Wahlberg.

July 1st: Terminator: Genisys starring Arnold Schwarzenegger.

July 10th: Pirates of the Carribean: Dead Men Tell No Tales starring Johnny Depp and the animated Minions with Sandra Bullock.

July 17th: Ant-Man starring Paul Rudd and Trainwreck starring Bill Hader & Amy Schumer.

July 24th: Pixels starring Adam Sandler, Pan starring Hugh Jackman.

July 31st: Mission Impossible 5 starring Tom Cruise and Selfless starring Ryan Reynolds.

August 7th: The Fantastic Four starring Jamie Bell.

August 14th: The Man From U.N.C.L.E. starring Henry Cavill and Straight Outta Compton (the story of rap legends, N.W.A.) starring O’Shea Jackson Jr.

August 21st: Criminal starring Kevin Costner.

September 4th: Jane Got A Gun starring Natalie Portman.

September 18th: Black Mass starring Johnny Depp and Everest starring Jake Gyllenhaal.

October 2nd: The Walk starring Joseph Gordon-Levitt.

October 9th: The Jungle Book starring Scarlett Johansson & Bill Murray.

November 6th: The animated Peanuts and Spectre (James Bond) starring Daniel Craig.

November 20th: The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 2 starring Jennifer Lawrence.

November 25th: The Martian starring Matt Damon.

December 18th: Star Wars: The Force Awakens starring Mark Hamill, Harrison Ford, Carrie Fisher etc, and Sisters starring Amy Peohler & Tona Fey.

December 25th: The Revenant starring Leo DiCaprio, Snowden (Edward Snowden biopic from Oliver Stone) starring Joseph Gordon-Levitt and Dirty Grandpa starring Robert DeNiro.

 

Forthcoming TV Series

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Forthcoming Television Series

(Great tv source: TheFutonCritic)

March 20th: Netflix debuts Bloodline starring Kyle Chandler.

 

March 31st: TV Land debuts Younger starring Debi Mazur.

 

April 5th: NBC debuts Odyssey starring Anna Friel.

 

Mad Men with Jon Hamm returns on AMC.

 

April 9th: FX debuts The Comedians starring Billy Crystal.

 

Louie returns on FX.


April 10th: Netflix debuts Daredevil starring Charlie Cox.

 

April 12th: Game of Thrones returns on HBO.

 

April 26th: Showtime debuts Happyish starring Steve Coogan.

 

May 14th: FOX debuts Wayward Pines starring Matt Dillon, Juliette Lewis & Carla Gugino.

 

May 28th: NBC debuts Aquarius starring David Duchovny.

 

June 25th: FOX debuts the quiz show, Boom, hosted by Tom Papa.

 

June 30th: CBS debuts Zoo starring James Wolk.

Soon on CBS:

Life In Pieces starring Colin Hanks.

Supergirl starring Melissa Benoist.

Soon on ABC:

Family of the Year starring Jay R. Ferguson.

Kingmakers starring Adrian Pasdar.

Soon on NBC:

Sharing starring Jack Carpenter.

Endgame starring Wesley Snipes.

Soon on FOX:

Fantasy Life starring Vanessa Williams & Kevin Connolly.

The animated Bordertown starring Hank Azaria.

(Produced by Seth MacFarlane, Family Guy)

The Expendables starring Sly Stallone & company.

(A mini-series of sorts)

The Grinder starring Rob Lowe.

A John Stamos tv project.

Soon on The CW:

 Dates starring Ben Chaplin.

Various CABLE Stuff still to come:

 FX’s The Bastard Executioner starring Lee Jones.

 TV Land’s The Jim Gaffigan Show starring Jim Gaffigan.

 HBO’s True Detective starring Vince Vaughn, Colin Farrell & Rachel McAdams.