2015 has a lot on the way. I’m always talking music, movies and television which you can read about in various posts. There’s a ton of interesting entertainment and pop culture stuff, plus a few major news and sports related things too.
TV Guide Winter Preview.
Entertainment Weekly 2015 Music Preview.
Entertainment Weekly 2015 Movies Preview.
HitFix Big Entertainment Questions for 2015 to be Answered eventually.
All things tv: The Futon Critic.
All things music: Pause and Play.
All things movies: Jo Blo.
Here’s just a few…
The President’s State of the Union.
January 1st-NHL Winter Classic.
January 3rd-NFL Playoffs begin.
January 4th-ABC debuts Galavant starring Joshua Sasse.
January 6th-ABC debuts Marvel’s Agent Carter starring Hayley Atwell.
January 7th-People’s Choice Awards hosted by Anna Faris and Allison Janney airs on CBS.
January 7th-FOX debuts Empire starring Terrence Howard.
January 9th-Taken 3 starring Liam Neeson.
January 14th-TV Guide Channel becomes Pop TV.
January 15th-Golden Globe Awards hosted by the always funny Amy Poehler and Tina Fey. This airs on NBC.
January 18th-NFL AFC and NFC Championship Games.
January 22nd-FOX debuts Backstrom starring Rainn Wilson.
January 22nd-26th-NHL All-Star Break.
January 23rd-Mortdecai starring Johnny Depp.
January 25th-NFL Pro Bowl.
February-TV Pilot Season.
February 1st-Super Bowl.
February 5th-NBC debuts Allegiance starring Gavin Stenhouse.
February 6th-Seventh Son starring Jeff Bridges.
February 8th-Grammy Awards hosted by LL Cool J.
February 8th-AMC’s The Walking Dead returns.
February 12th-NBC debuts The Slap starring Zachary Quinto.
February 13th-15th-NBA All-Star Weekend.
February 13th-Fifty Shades of Grey starring Jamie Dornan and Dakota Johnson.
February 19th-CBS debuts The Odd Couple starring Matthew Perry and Thomas Lennon.
February 21st-NHL Stadium Series.
February 22nd-Oscars! Academy Awards hosted by Neil Patrick Harris.
February 27th-Focus starring Will Smith and Margot Robbie.
March 1st-CBS debuts Battle Creek starring Josh Duhamel.
March 1st-FOX debuts Last Man On Earth starring Will Forte.
March 4th-CBS debuts VIA: Cyber starring James Van Der Beek and Patricia Arquette.
March 5th-ABC debuts American Crime starring Felicity Huffman and Timothy Hutton.
March 13th-In The Heart Of The Sea starring Chris Hemsworth.
April: NHL Stanley Cup.
April 5th-MLB Opening Night.
April 6th-MLB Opening Day.
April 12th-MTV Movie Awards.
April 15th-NBC debuts Odyssey starring Anna Friel.
April 18th-NBA Playoffs begin.
April 24th-Rock The Kasbah starring Bruce Willis.
April 26th-Daytime Emmy Awards.
May-TV Networks announce their Fall TV Schedules.
May-Rumored Michael Stipe.
May-Rumored Sly Stallone flick Creed.
May 1st-Avenegers: Age of Ultron starring Robert Downey Jr. and company.
May-Rumored fresh stuff (again) from Prince and Bruce Springsteen.
May 15th-Mad Max: Fury Road starring Tom Hardy.
June 4th-NBA Finals begin.
June 12th-Jurassic World starring Chris Pratt.
July 1st-Terminator: Genisys starring Arnold Schwarzenegger.
July 10th-Minions starring Sandra Bullock.
July 14th-MLB All-Star Game.
August 30th-MTV Video Music Awards.
September-Primetime Emmy Awards.
September-Rumored Adele, Lady Gaga and Van Halen.
September 18th-Black Mass starring Johnny Depp.
October-MLB World Series.
December 18th-Star Wars: The Force Awakens starring Mark Hamill, Harrison Ford, Carrie Fisher etc.
December 25th-Joy starring Bradley Cooper and Jennifer Lawrence, Mission Impossible 5 starring Tom Cruise and The Revenant starring Leo DiCaprio.
2016 will bring a lot of Presidential talk, Olympics etc. Plus some great entertainment like Batman vs. Superman starring Ben Affleck and Henry Cavill and rumored Sting possibly with The Police.