All Elite Wrestling, or AEW for short, is a newcomer to the pro wrestling scene, but one that has found success on a level that previous challengers to WWE and WCW haven’t. The franchise started in 2018 when Cody Rhodes and The Young Bucks (Matt & Nick Jackson) broke from wrestling promotion Ring of Honor to hold their own independent wrestling event, which they dubbed (at the time) All In. It attracted attention and other wrestlers, and they decided to make a go of it by officially founding AEW.
Guess what? TNT has the broadcast rights to Captain Marvel starring Brie Larson, and they want everybody to know. So this weekend, they’re running a marathon of every modern superhero movie they have the rights to. But it’s going to be a weird one, and here’s why….
What do you think of Snowpiercer so far? Three episodes have aired on TNT and the plot snyposes for two more have been revealed. The latest of these was released today…here’s what to expect on June 28:
TNT’s Snowpiercer, based on the Bong Joon Ho movie, began its run last Sunday. At least three upcoming episodes have had their descriptions publicly released, with the third one being revealed just today. Here’s what to expect June 14…
TNT has announced the following program updates for June.
TNT has released another description for an upcoming episode of their Snowpiercer series — this one the third. At this rate we’ll know the plot of the entire season before the show actually premieres.
TNT’s Snowpiercer premieres May 17. Based on the 2013 cult hit, the premise is that after a global natural disaster brings about a new Ice Age, the last remnants of humanity now survive on a perpetually running Noah’s Ark-like train…though it remains to be seen how long they can survive each other.
WarnerMedia owns TNT, TBS and HBO, and this spring, they’re teaming up to deliver a bounty of on-demand movies for sci-fi lovers. They sent us the list this morning….here are the movies you can currently get on-demand that fall in the sci-fi genre.
The sci-fi action film Snowpiercer developed a large cult following when it was released in 2013. The premise is that after a global natural disaster brings about a new Ice Age, the last remnants of humanity now survive on a perpetually running Noah’s Ark-like train. Why a train? Having not seen the movie myself, I really don’t know, but it feels like an ill-advised decision….humans would be more likely to survive within something stationary.
The cable network TNT has announced it’s corralled a ton of today’s popular films and will be showing them in a weekly event called Big Ticket Movies. Some of the attractions, like Wonder Woman, have aired already; others, like Black Panther, are making their network TV debuts.
The new podcast for TNT’s All Elite Wrestling series is now live. AEW: Unrestricted will be released weekly, hosted by referee Aubrey Edwards and broadcaster Tony Schiavone. Each episode will be an hour in length and contain in-depth conversations with the stars and staff of AEW. The first few episodes will feature interviews with Jon Moxley, Cody, The Young Bucks (Matt & Nick Jackson) and Brandi Rhodes.
Star Wars: The Rise Of Skywalker is almost here, and the channel that currently holds broadcast rights to the series is taking advantage of the hype. Beginning this weekend and lasting through the rest of December, you can binge on Wars of the Stars nonstop as TNT launches their Star Wars Marathon.