The wait is (almost) over! Ted Lasso returns on March 15th for its third and final season on Apple TV+. What started out as a funny commercial, the American football coach earned an entire tv series as a soccer coach in the Premier League. As the head coach of AFC Richmond, a fictitious club inspired by Crystal Palace Football Club, Ted has the monumental challenge of taking the team to the highest glory. Here is the problem (which turns out to be the icing on the cake): Ted has ZERO knowledge of the sport and its rules. What could be mistaken as a series focusing on the sport (which it does as well), Ted Lasso’s focus is the relationships between players, management, the club, and the fans. The Illuminerdi received the first episode of the season and we have a review for you. Buckle up.
Prime Video announced that a God of War series will go under production.
Sad news for superhero fans. Henry Cavill will no longer be Superman.
The wait is almost over. The Last of Us will premiere Sunday, January 15th on HBO Max. The nine-episode season will tell the story of Joel and Ellie, one that PlayStation fans know very well. Taking place 20 years after the fall of modern civilization, Joel (Pascal) is hired to smuggle Ellie (Ramsey) out of an oppressive quarantine zone and across the United States. What started as just a job for, the journey becomes a brutal and heartbreaking journey across the ravaged lands that were once brimming with life.
Check out our review for the Netflix original series, Wednesday.
Our review of Pokemon Violet one week into the game.
The wait is nearly over. HBO Max’s The Last of Us will debut its nine-episode season on January 15th of 2023. The first season will occupy the 9 pm ET/PT slot and it’ll run until the middle of March. Since its first announcement, fans of the franchise have anxiously awaited a release date. Pedro Pascal and […]
The newest trailer for Pokémon Scarlet & Pokémon Violet, the upcoming installment of the worldwide phenomenon, reveals the next generation of creatures.
“Little pig, little pig… let me in!” Jeffrey Dean Morgan is now part of the already stellar cast of Prime Video’s The Boys.
Brian Bloom The Strange Voice Behind Adam Strange in Green Lantern: Beware My Power: Exclusive Interview
The Illuminerdi had a chance to talk to Brian Bloom, voice actor for Adam Strange. Bloom is an accomplished actor and screenwriter, with productions such as Call of Duty: Modern Warfare, The A-Team, and voicing animated characters for The Avengers. In Green Lantern: Beware My Power, Strange isn’t exactly like the one we’ve come to know. We asked Bloom what he found most interesting about the character as he dove into deeper into his lore. Check it out here.