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Weekend Binge Guide: May 2017

Have the weekend free? Going out is overrated! Binge-­watch one of these shows instead:   If you want to laugh:   Schitt's Creek See all reviews for Schitt's Creek Despite its superlative cast — led by former SCTV members and all-around comedy greats Eugene Levy and Catherine O'Hara — Schitt's Creek has made little noise, especially in the U.S., where it airs on the upstart Pop TV. But the first two seasons are available on Netflix and you must give this quirky comedy a try. Levy's real-life children also star (Dan is particularly great as the bisexual son with sass to spare), along with Chris Elliott in a role that fits him like a mullet wig. The gist: a video store magnate and his ex-soap star wife find themselves broke and forced to move their entire family to a tiny town the couple bought as a joke: Schitt's Creek. The locals seem uncultured, the motel they have to live in is a dump, and life is a total Schitt show. But wouldn't you know it, the family winds up kinda liking their new home.   If you want to cry:   13 Reasons Why See all reviews for 13 Reasons Why Honestly, this isn't a series I would binge. It's a two-at-a-time situation. But it's one to watch. Now. Based on the best-selling YA novel by Jay Asher, this mystery drama follows Clay after he receives a box of cassette tapes recorded by a classmate who committed suicide two weeks earlier. On the tapes, Hannah explains the reasons why she slit her wrists, identifying the people who contributed to her decision. Yes, it's grim and uncomfortable, but not totally without hope. And the young cast is stellar. Relative newcomer Katherine Langford is a phenomenal talent, portraying Hannah’s dark and light moments with aplomb. And Dylan Minnette is heart-breaking as the hurt and confused Clay, who's struggling to figure out who's to blame. No matter your age, you'll be touched by this story.   If you want to scream:   Dimension 404 See all reviews for  Dimension 404 For noobs, 404 is the internet error code for a webpage that doesn't exist. You know, like whitehouse.gov/goodideas. Dimension 404 is a modern riff on The Twilight Zone (and a lighter version of Black Mirror ), evoking the experience of discovering some strange, hidden corner of the web. This sci-fi anthology is more fun-scary than scream-scary, tbh. But the episodes vary quite a bit tonally, from over-the-top horror-comedy to truly creepy. In the first, iZombie star Robert Buckley plays a blogger whose search for the girl of his dreams leads him to Lea Michele. But he soon realizes the matchmaking app he used is even more terrible than Tinder. Another episode (starring a perfectly cast Patton Oswalt) features a brain-sucking monster that attacks unsuspecting theatergoers via a new 3D format.   If you want to think:   Planet Earth II See all reviews for  Planet Earth II Ten years ago, Planet Earth blew our minds with its groundbreaking depiction of nature's ugly and beautiful moments. Well, technology has advanced quite a bit in the past decade and Planet Earth II is an even more vivid and stunning exploration of the drama of the natural world. Filmed in 40 countries over three years, the series' six episodes are enjoyable on any device, but made for a fancy TV screen with a pricey sound system. The first episode, "Islands," begins off the coast of Panama as cameras follow one of the planet's few pygmy sloths hunting for a mate… very slowly. In "Jungles," we see nighttime footage of glow-in-the-dark creatures never filmed before. In another first, "Deserts" shows a tiny bat battling one of the world’s deadliest scorpions. All of this, of course, is narrated by the golden-voiced David Attenborough.   div.post p { text­align: justify; }

Dimension 404 Showrunner Dez Dolly: With New Hulu Show, RocketJump Looks To Heighten And Elevate Everything We Do

On April 4th, Hulu shared the first three episodes of Dimension 404 , an anthology created by the team at RocketJump , which includes showrunner Dez Dolly , writer Will Campos , and executive producer Freddie Wong . RocketJump has already tackled the half-hour scripted format through its Streamy Award-winning web series Video Game High School . Now, for its latest project, the studio took the combination of action, humor, and nerd cred that led its short films to YouTube fame and applied it to an hour-longformat. Each of Dimension 404 s episodes is a self-contained story that takes elements of modern pop and tech culture and examines them through a comedic sci-fi lens. Its Black Mirror , but born from the Internet and given a campier tone.    ...Read More... //feedproxy.google.com/~r/TubefilterNews/~3/cPn0nZa9uso/

Hulu's New Scifi Anthology Show Dimension 404Is Totally Bingeworthy

Starting today, you can stream the first three episodes of Hulus new scifi anthology, Dimension 404. While the show wears its many influences rather prominently The Twilight Zone and Black Mirror are the most obviousit does so in an enjoyable way, with great casting that makes a huge difference. ...Read More... //feeds.gawker.com/~r/io9/full/~3/JkQkBGDzzHE/hulus-new-scifi-anthology-show-dimension-404-is-totally-1793996982

4 Reasons to Watch Hulu's Sci-Fi Anthology Series Dimension 404

  Dimension 404 , debuting Tuesday on Hulu, is not quite the American answer to the acclaimed British drama series Black Mirror , which airs on Netflix in the States, though it is understandable why one would assume that to be the case. On paper the two shows are connected by a similar format and theme. ...Read More... //www.tvguide.com/news/dimension-404-reasons-to-watch/?rss=breakingnews

Matt Lauria, Utkarsh Ambudkar & Malcolm Barrett Join Hulus Dimension 404

Matt Lauria ( Kingdom, Friday Night Lights ), Utkarsh Ambudkar ( Pitch Perfect, The Mindy Project ) and Malcolm Barrett ( Timeless, Dear White People ) have joined the cast of Dimension 404 , Hulu 's six-episode sci-fi/fantasy anthology scripted series from RocketJump and Lionsgate. Inspired by the Internet's "404" error code, Dimension 404 aims to evoke that 3 AM feeling of wandering onto the weird side of the web and stumbling upon stories that cannot be explained in the world...   Read More... //deadline.com/2016/07/matt-lauria-utkarsh-ambudkar-malcolm-barrett-hulu-dimension-404-1201783377/

Hulus Dimension 404 Will Enlist Constance Wu and Megan Mullally in a Secret Spy Program; Real Life Better Take Notes

The two will star in an episode about the NSA.   Read More... //www.vulture.com/2016/06/constance-wu-megan-mullally-join-hulu-dimension-404.html?mid=full-rss-vulture

Patton Oswalt, Ashley Rickards Join Hulu's 'Dimension 404'

Sterling Beaumon also has boarded the individual episodic anthology from Freddie Wong.   Read More... //feedproxy.google.com/~r/thr/television/~3/vJcUvtks4o8/patton-oswalt-ashley-rickards-join-905039

Joel McHale & Sarah Hyland Join Hulus Dimension 404

The Great Indoors star Joel McHale and Modern Family s Sarah Hyland have signed on to the cast of Dimension 404 , Hulu 's six-episode sci-fi/fantasy anthology scripted series from RocketJump and Lionsgate. They join previously announced Lea Michele, Robert Buckley and Ryan Lee. Inspired by the Internet's "404" error code, Dimension 404 aims to evoke that 3 AM feeling of wandering onto the weird side of the web, stumbling upon stories that cannot be explained in the world...   Read More... //deadline.com/2016/06/joel-mchale-sarah-hyland-cast-hulu-dimension-404-1201772506/

Lea Michele, Robert Buckley to star in Hulus 'Dimension 404'

The streaming service's first sci-fi anthology series will have six standalone episodes...   Read More... //feeds.ew.com/~r/entertainmentweekly/tv/coverage/~3/1s1ZCPQO74A/lea-michele-robert-buckley-dimension-404-hulu

Art Imitates Life! Lea Michele and Robert Buckley Are Coupling Up on Screen Now, Too - People.com

Fans will be seeing a lot more of Lea Michele and Robert Buckley together in the near future. The actors, who recently began dating, are costarring as love interests in Hulu's sci-fi fantasy series Dimension 404 . Michele will play the witty, ambitious, type-A (yet warm-hearted) Amanda, who turns to online dating as a rebound after a bad breakup. Read the full article at People.com .