Holy shit. My favorite show mixed with my favorite R&B artist right now? How much doper can my Summer get? The team from Jersey returns to conclude for its eighth and final season July 24th only on HBO.
You’re looking at the first piece of art of the still untitled “Simpsons Anime Project” idea drawn by Matt Groening and Cowboy Bebop director Shinichirō Watanabe. And before you dismiss this is as a one off, or a clever joke, hear the story between this odd couple relationship that brought this nice gem together.
Hit the jump for more info on this interesting concept.
The ending of NBC’s The Office on Thursday night got lots of viewers talking about Steve Carell’s replacement on the veteran comedy.
Carell’s Michael Scott, who is exiting his role as Scranton branch manager, got engaged to girlfriend Holly (Amy Ryan) and announced that he would be leaving to follow her to Colorado.
At the end of the episode, following the vanity cards, the announcer comes on to say: “Well, well, well, look who’s going to be the new boss.” And then Will Ferrell is shown reaching his arms out to give Carell a hug.
It was no surprise that Ferrell would be joining the comedy upon Carell’s exit. The news was announced in January that he would play an inappropriate branch manager who arrives from the home office.
However, Ferrell fans might not want to get too excited just yet.
NBC and Universal Media Studios have maintained that Ferrell is not joining the show full-time and will be appearing in a multiepisode arc. Which means that there will likely be another boss come next season.
After the episode aired, fans took to Twitter to express their thoughts about the ending, with many happy about the news.
“Adding The Office to my DVR list. I’m not missing Will Ferrell as the new boss,” one commenter wrote.
Another added: “Omg The Office made me cry! But Will Ferrell is going to be awesome as the new boss!”
There were some naysayers, however.
“If Will Ferrell is the new boss on The Office, I will no longer be a fan of the show. I can’t stand Ferrell. #terrible #humor #notfunny,” wrote one, while another tweeted: “So that’s it? Will Ferrell is the new boss on The Office? A bit anticlimactic, no?”
If you’re a twentysomething who’s been jonesing for repeats of All That and Clarissa Explains it All, then this news is for you: EW has learned exclusively that starting this fall, TeenNick will dust off old faves like Rugrats, Kenan & Kel, Pete & Pete, The Amanda Show, All That and Clarissa and air them in a new midnight-to-2 a.m. programming block dubbed (appropriately enough) The ’90s Are All That.
The tween cabler came up with the idea after seeing the huge interest in early Nickelodeon programming on social media sites. There are several Facebook pages — followed by millions of fans — that are devoted to Nickelodeon shows from the ’90s.
“At the time, we were completely devoted to that audience ages 9, 10, and 11,” Keith Dawkins, senior VP and general manager of TeenNick, tells EW. “It was ground-breaking and for the young viewers, a powerful and pivotal time in their lives. Those kids who are now 22, 23 and 24 want to bring that back.” Over time, TeenNick hopes to use the retro block to showcase other ’90s programming and movies. So if you didn’t get a chance to see Good Burger then…
Just things that ive missed this year. Been 2 work and im sure some of yall missed some things as well. Trailers and commercials.
There were dating rumors of Kim Kardashian and Kanye West but it looks like those were shut down after this clip. It sounded to me like he more interested in Scott’s style than Kim.
Sidenote: Kanye tweeted that he’s putting out a new album in the Summer and that the “All Of The Lights” video is coming out next week and Watch The Throne drops in 2 months.
For anyone who missed it.