Lately I have been binge-watching some amazing anime I used to get into years ago. Shows like Paranoia Agent and Death Note are some titles I have been re-watching once again (for the 4th or 5th time). These shows still blow me away even when watching them again. There are lots of small details I barely picked up when I first saw these series.
But there’s one anime that is coming out on Netflix that is a series based on a disaster novel over forty years ago. That anime is called Japan Sinks: 2020.
Japan Sinks: 2020 is an anime series revolving around catastrophic earthquakes that cause Japan to sink into the ocean. One family’s resolve is tested on a journey of survival through the sinking archipelago. It is based on the 1973 disaster novel Japan Sinks by Sakyo Komatsu. Ten episodes are set to release on July 9th.
Netflix has some interesting anime titles out now. Japan Sinks: 2020 will only make the digital library of anime hat much fuller. It will be directed Masaaki Yuasa, who was most famous for his work on Devilman Crybaby.
After watching the trailer a few times, I am definitely looking forward to Japan Sinks: 2020. This looks like a story worth watching from beginning to end. I am definitely curious to see how the characters deal with the major environmental disaster or how it even started to begin with.
July 9th is when the real disaster goes down on Japan Sinks: 2020.
Two amazing horror series, American Horror Story and American Horror Stories, are set to be released on FX. American Horror Story will be renewed for Season 10. Also American Horror Stories will be the spin-off series we all truly needed. These two exciting titles are surely going to be a major hit for the Fall.
But there has been recent news about the two series. Good news – American Horror Stories WILL premiere on FX this fall. American Horror Stories will feature stand-alone stories each episode (similar concept like Black Mirror). Every twisted story may contain familiar characters from American Horror Story.
Speaking of which, here is the bad news – American Horror Story Season 10 will NOT be premiering this year. Instead, season 10 will drop for Fall 2021. At this time, we will only be receiving even more teasers and trailers containing other mysterious clues about what is to come.
Unfortunately, this isn’t a situation where we can have both American Horror Stories and American Horror Story Season 10 dropping at the same year. I would figure this to be an AWESOME idea, but I had to choose one or the other.
Honestly, I would have picked any one of the titles. American Horror Stories and American Horror Story Season 10 will both be incredible in their own ways. It’s hard to pick one over the other.
With that, we have American Horror Stories this Fall and American Horror Story Season 10 coming next year.
To be honest, I am still shocked that Netflix cancelled Tuca & Bertie. Tuca & Bertie was a cute, trippy animated series about the lives of two swanky 30-year-old bird-women. It was a funny cartoon that had a sweet story through the season. But most important of all is that it was created by the same people who created BoJack Horseman.
Thousands of fans (like me) were upset about Tuca & Bertie being cancelled on Netflix last summer. Many people went to sign an online petition for the show to be revived for Season two.
Just recently, everyone’s hope for Tuca & Bertie to be brought back came true.
Adult Swim recently announced they would revive Tuca & Bertie for Season two. Tiffany Haddish and Ali Wong are set to return to their reprised roles as Tuca and Bertie. The second season is set to premiere with 10 episodes in 2021.
This is an exciting PR miracle for Tuca & Bertie. Tuca & Bertie was a great animated series that just didn’t get the widespread audience it deserved. Interestingly enough, this was one of few instances where a show from Netflix was cancelled and revived once again. It recently happened with One Day at a Time where the show was cancelled on Netflix, but was revised on Pop.
With that, Tuca & Bertie are returning to TV next year. Season one may only be out on Netflix, but season two will drop on Adult Swim.
Who knows, maybe Tuca & Bertie will be back for season three on Netflix!
Welcome back readers! Hope everyone had a wonderful Memorial Day weekend. It was certainly a long fun weekend for me, kicking off what will become the beginning of summer.
Summer can only mean one thing – amazing Summer blockbuster TV series and movies dropping on Netflix this year. Netflix is certainly captivating more audience every week, releasing more exciting content into the digital library. Even the Summer is one of the best seasons for binge-watching.
While you’ll have to wait until the Fall for the next season of American Horror Story, Netflix is still dropping a second season of one of Ryan Murphy’s exciting series The Politician.
The Politician will be out for season two. It will circle back to the season one finale when Payton Hobart decides to run for state senate in New York. He will square off against state senate leader Dede Standish. You can catch The Politician when season two drops on June 19th.
This was awesome news to hear. The Politician is a great dark comedy series that has a generous mix of American Horror Story with Glee. I am excited to see what’s in store for next season.
It will certainly be an unforgettable battle between Payton Hobart and Dede Standish when season two of The Politician is released June 19th.
While we are still dealing with this horror story in America, I’ve been keen on keeping track of the clues for the next season of American Horror Story. Various teasers of men rowing out to sea have been popping up on YouTube. Weeks later and there is still no set news for what this year’s theme will be. These are leading me to think about all kinds of scenarios for what the next season will be.
And interestingly enough, that’s not the only exciting mystery that has been racking my brain. Not only are we getting another season of American Horror Story; we are also going to get an American Horror Story spinoff series.
Ryan Murphy announced he is planning to tell more horror stories with a one-hour spin-off of American Horror Story is in the works. Each episode will contain its individual ghost stories and may feature familiar characters.
This right here is better news than the announcement of season 10 of American Horror Story. We can expect even MORE gruesome and chilling tales from the like of Ryan Murphy.
So now the big questions remain – who will return to this planned American Horror Story spin-off series? Which season will we be returning to this time? Could monsters like The Rubber Man and the Addiction Demon be coming back?
Only time will tell this year for what we will see in the coming tales of the American Horror Story spinoff series.