Last Week’s Episode: Lazy in Space

Last Week's Episode

This week I made the mistake of watching hours of SCOTUS hearings, so rest assured pretty much anything mentioned below is gonna be better than that.


Kate Mulgrew returns to her iconic role as Captain Kathryn Janeway in the upcoming Star Trek: Prodigy, an new animated series aimed at kids. Look for it on Nickelodeon in 2021. [TrekCore]

She-Ra showrunner Noelle Stevenson is taking her co-created Boom! series Lumberjanes to HBOMax as executive producer, writer, and sometimes-director. [ComingSoon]

Seth Grahame-Smith (The LEGO Batman Movie) will be showrunner for a new Green Lantern HBO Max series. From Berlanti Productions, the one-hour drama will star Guy Gardner, Jessica Cruz, Simon Baz, and Alan Scott. [THR]

Bee & Puppycat is getting a second season, almost five years since the first one. Natasha Allegri’s animated series will land on Netflix and is titled Bee & Puppycat: Lazy in Space. [Polygon]


The Tonys are, for some reason, still happening, and Moulin Rouge’s Aaron Tveit is the only nominee for best Lead Actor in a Musical due to the shortened season. [Deadline]

Other nominees include both Jake Gyllenhaal and Tom Sturridge for acting in their dual monologue show Sea Wall/A Life, Diablo Cody for the Jagged Little Pill book, and Jeremy O. Harris’ Slave Play. [NYTs]

Next season’s Tonys look pretty bleak: Broadway theatres are now shutdown thru May 2021 due to COVID-19. [Vulture]

Movies Etc.

First, a long interview with Alan Moore to help promote his new show, called The Show, which is about crime, mystery, and a stolen artifact. [Deadline]

Anya Taylor-Joy (New Mutants) will be playing a young Charlize Theron (she not appearing in this film) in George Miller’s Mad Max: Fury Road prequel Furiosa. She’ll be joined by hunks Chris Hemsworth and Yahya Abdul-Mateen II. [The Wrap]

Sony Pictures refuses to confirm nor deny the rumors of Andrew Garfield and Tobey Maguire making appearances in the upcoming third Tom Holland Spider-Man film. [ET Canada]

Margot Robbie and Christina Hodson founded a screenwriting lab for women, and now all six participants have sold screenplays with distribution deals. [Variety]

AMC is going broke. [Axios]

Kat Overland

Kat Overland

Small press editor Kat Overland is a displaced Texan now living in Washington, DC, where she is perpetually behind on reading her pull list. She's a millennial, Latina, exhausted, and can often be spotted casually cosplaying America Chavez and complaining.