Updates From Hawkeye, Ghostbusters: Afterlife, and More


Amityville: Uprising

Elsewhere, acid rain turns the hapless residents of Amityville into zombies in the trailer for Amityville: Uprising.


Shining Vale

Deadline reports the Shining Vale TV series will debut Sunday, March 6 at 10 PM on Starz.

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The Last of Us

Set photos of Gabriel Luna on the set of The Last of Us have surfaced online.


The House

/Film has our first look at The House, a “stop-motion dark comedy anthology series” at Netflix. More at the link.

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Star Trek: Prodigy

The crew is marooned on a deadly planet in the synopsis for “Terror Firma” — the November 18 episode of Star Trek: Prodigy.

Marooned on a deadly planet, the crew must work together with their captive Gwyn to stay alive…except the planet isn’t the only thing in pursuit.

Written by: Julie Benson, Shawna Benson

Directed by: Alan Wan, Olga Ulanova

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Yellowjackets

Meanwhile, the girls plan a “dark arts slumber party” in the synopsis for “Blood Hive” — the December 12 episode of Yellowjackets.

Out in the wilderness, the girls ride the crimson wave and plan a dark arts slumber party. Natalie and Misty tame a stallion. On Halloween night, Shauna parties like it’s 1996.

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Hawkeye

Kate believes Clint is the least-popular Avenger due to “branding issues” in a new clip from Hawkeye.


The Flash

Despero warns that it’s Barry himself who will end the world in the trailer for “Armageddon, Part Two.


Riverdale

The Riverdale kids once again invoke the restless dead in the trailer for next week’s episode, “Ghost Stories.


La Brea

Isiah must be shoved into “a portal to 1988″ in the trailer for next week’s episode of La Brea.


Chucky

Finally, Chucky goes after parents in the trailer for his next episode, “Double The Loss, Twice The Grieving.


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