Heather’s Trailer Park

We’re flipping the script a little this week; poor advance planning and a late night at the Springsteen concert last night (and yes – I still tear up during “Badlands”) means that I still want to tweak this week’s pop culture roundup. There have been so many trailers released recently, especially highlighting the new network shows for the Fall, that I figured that I would swap posts for this week. Hope no one is traumatized by this derivation; I know change is hard.

I have to say, seeing what the networks have planned in way of new programming does not instill a lot of confidence. I know that a trailer is only a small representation of a film or TV show, but it is also supposed to show the program/film in the best possible light. If this is the best possible light for some of these shows, it might have been better to leave them in the dark.

Check out the trailers below and see if there is anything that you want to add to your viewing queue. For those of you that aren’t big on TV, there’s also plenty of movie trailers for you to enjoy. And hopefully the pop culture roundup will be worth waiting an extra day for.

State of Affairs, a new drama on NBC:

 

Constantine, based on the DC comic Hellraiser:

 

Marry Me, starring Casey Wilson and Ken Marino:

 

Bad Judge with Kate Walsh:

 

The Mysteries of Laura starring Debra Messing:

 

A to Z with Ben Feldman and Cristin Milioti

 

How to Get Away with Murder, the newest from Shoda Rhimes over at ABC:

 

Secret and Lies with Ryan Phillippe:

 

Galavant, a comedy/musical/ fairytale:

 

Manhattan Love Story:

 

Forever:

 

The Whispers:

 

American Crime:

 

Fresh off the Boat:

 

Selfie – aka Karen Gillan deserves better:

 

Cristela, from stand-up comic Cristela Alonzo (whom I enjoy):

 

Black-ish:

 

Gotham over at FOX:

 

Mulaney, from stand-up John Mulaney (who I dug at the Oddball Comedy Festival):

 

Gracepoint, the U.S. version of that fantastic British show Broadchurch:

 

Will Forte in Last Man on Earth:

 

Wayward Pines from M. Night Shyamalan:

 

Backstrom, from the creator of Bones:

 

Hieroglyph:

 

Empire with Terrence Howard:

 

Utopia:

 

A first look at the second season of Masters of Sex (which I need to catch up on this summer):

 

A promo for The Maya Rudolph Show:

 

The Librarian on TNT:

 

Proof:

 

Public Morals:

 

Transporter: The Series:

 

Angie Tribeca on TBS (starring Rashida Jones):

 

Buzzy’s:

 

Your Family or Mine?:

 

Switching to the big screen……..

 

A new Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles trailer:

 

A red band trailer for Snowpiercer, starring Chris Evans:

 

Good People with James Franco and Kate Hudson:

 

And So It Goes with Michael Douglas and Diane Keaton:

 

An extended trailer for Edge of Tomorrow with Tom Cruise:

 

Steve Carell in Alexander and the Terrivle, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day:

 

Dawn of the Planet of the Apes:

 

Rage with Nic Cage and Danny Glover:

 

Another trailer for Tammy, starring Melissa McCarthy:

 

V/H/S Viral, the third installment in the franchise:

 

And finally, a new red band trailer for A Million Ways to Die in the West:

 

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