Netflix has finally announced that they will be releasing the date of the Punisher season. The Punisher is basically a very popular Marvel show, which streamed on Netflix. With the release of the first season of The Punisher on Netflix, the popularity of the show increased drastically. This made Netflix decide to come up with the second season of the show.
Netflix has finally unveiled the news about the second season of The Punisher on Thursday on a trailer. According to The Punisher, the second season will be released in the month of January. The Punisher was originally going to release in the middle of 2019, but it was finally scheduled to release on the 18th of January. The trailer is out now and people can check it out.
In the trailer of The Punisher season 2, the main focus is on Jon Bernthal’s character called Frank Castle who played the role of the Punisher. It is expected that this season is going to bring a lot of twists to the story line and all the Marvel fans are really looking forward to it. There has been a lot of suspense and mystery build up between the storyline and it is expected that a lot of things will come to light in season 2.
According to Netflix, the season 2 will be more about the former marine turned vigilante called Frank Castle who is played by Jon Bernthal. He has been living a good life since now and finally, he will be surrounded with attempted murder of a young girl who is played by Giorgia Whigham.
Fans are really looking forward to it because a lot of things are going to happen in the coming season. Netflix has come out and said that this season of The Punisher will be filled with more action and thrill. In this season, The Punisher will try to solve the mystery behind the murder of the young girl and this will eventually end up putting a target on his head. The Punisher is one of the most action packed series from Marvel. This series has a very dark story line and is not for everyone. Netflix has canceled three Marvel shows this year, which include Iron Fist, Luke Cage, and Daredevil. These three series ended in the year 2018.
Greatest Sci-Fi Streaming Motion pictures and TV Coming In March 2020
You will get complete lists of every little thing coming to streaming companies wherever. However half of these titles you don’t care about, and the opposite half are horrible. The place’s the good things? io9 is right here to assist.
Beneath you’ll discover what we deem to be one of the best sci-fi and fantasy motion pictures and TV coming to Netflix, Amazon, Hulu, and Disney+ in March. Let’s get to it.
Obtainable March 1
Corpse Bride – Don’t name it The Nightmare Earlier than Christmas 2 as a result of this Tim Burton stop-motion animated movie…isn’t that good. However the story of a person who mistakenly marries a useless girl remains to be fairly good and price seeing.
Hook – Steven Spielberg’s unofficial Peter Pan sequel stays as star-studded and beautiful as ever. However, I’ll admit, although I beloved this film unequivocally as a child, it hasn’t stood the check of time that nicely. It’s coming to Netflix, although, so that you could be the choose. And Rufio nonetheless, completely, guidelines.
Hugo – Oscar-winning director and famous Marvel fan Martin Scorsese usually keeps his movies pretty grounded. The biggest exception is Hugo, which stars Asa Butterfield as a boy in 1930s Paris who must solve a mystery regarding an automaton. It’s a magical, beautiful, and frankly underrated film.
Kung Fu Panda 2 – The Kung Fu Panda movies don’t get enough love. It’s just a fact. In terms of humor and heart and badass action in an animated film, they’re right up there with How to Train Your Dragon or even some Pixar movies. And the second film is almost as good, if not better than, the first.
Lemony Snicket’s A Series of Unfortunate Events – Wait, this wasn’t on Netflix previously? Didn’t Netflix do a whole show on it? I’m guessing the streamer didn’t want to confuse people with its own production, but now that that show is over and done with, it seems you can watch either Jim Carrey or Neil Patrick Harris harass some kids.
Looney Tunes: Back in Action – I will admit, I’ve never seen Looney Tunes: Back in Action. It doesn’t have the best of reputations either. But, we all love Brendan Frasier, right? And Bugs Bunny? Could the two of them in a movie together be all that bad? (Don’t answer that if you’ve seen, or if you plan to watch, this movie.)
Outbreak – Considering what’s happening in the world today, maybe the story of a killer virus that threatens to spread and destroy the world isn’t quite sci-fi? But nevertheless, this 1995 Wolfgang Petersen film was great when it came out, and we’re guessing it holds up.
Resident Evil: Apocalypse and Resident Evil: Extinction – The Resident Evil movies are an acquired taste. Either you love them, you hate them, or you’ve never tried them. I come from the third category, having only seen the first film when it was released, but I know there are lots of fans out there and having these available to watch will be very much appreciated.
Richie Rich – When most people think Macauley Culkin, they think Home Alone. And rightfully so. But some people think of Richie Rich too, which was a fun comic book adaptation when it came out and will probably still make your kids happy.
Space Jam – Oh yeah, it’s a Looney Tunes party on Netflix this month! In addition to Back in Action, it has the excellent Space Jam, in which Michael Jordan teams up with the Looney Tunes to defeat aliens who have stolen the skills of NBA players. If you grew up when this movie came out, you won’t believe how nostalgic it makes you.
The Gift – A Sam Raimi-directed murder mystery about a clairvoyant, played by Cate Blanchett, who helps to solve the murder of a young woman, played by Katie Holmes. Keanu Reeves, Hilary Swank, J.K. Simmons, and so many others are in this movie that always flies under the radar, but it is very good.
Available March 3
Freaks – You’ve got to see this one. Period. It got a small release last year but deserved more. Emile Hirsch stars as a father protecting his daughter from the world around her. Because she’s special. Special in that she has powers. It’s great.
Available March 16
Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy – There’s nothing ultra techie about this period spy movie starring Gary Oldman, Colin Firth, Mark Strong, and others. But fans of Mission Impossible and the James Bond and Jason Bourne films will love this incredible movie if they haven’t seen it.
Available March 20
The Platform – This Spanish Netflix original is like Snowpiercer if the train was a prison and it was up and down instead of side to side. I have yet to see it but everyone I talk to who has seen it says it’s incredible.
Available March 1
Kung Fu Panda – Well look at that. The first Kung Fu Panda is on Amazon. I said some nice things about the second one in the above write up and it all goes here too. Very fun, funny series.
Night of the Living Dead and Night of the Living Dead: Resurrection – Everyone’s favorite entries in the Night of the Living Dead series, the *checks notes* 2007 remake and its *this can’t be right* 2013 sequel? Are these real films? Apparently so. (Also on Hulu)
The Crazies – Timothy Olyphant and Radha Mitchell star in this slightly unconventional zombie remake about a town that’s hit with a virus and the people who have to fight their way out of the quarantine.
The Descent and The Descent: Part 2 – The first Descent is one of the best horror movies of the 2000s. It follows a group of women who go spelunking and end up being hunted by mysterious creatures who live in the caves. Seriously, if you haven’t seen it and like being scared, you have to check it out. I can’t vouch for part two but if it follows up on the ending of the first one, it seems like it could be fun as well. (Also on Hulu)
Wayne’s World 2 – One of the many, many things that makes Wayne’s World great is that you never quite know when it’s going to go into a fantasy sequence. There are no rules. And so I’m claiming the Wayne’s World movies as io9 movies, no matter what anyone says.
Available March 19
Pet Sematary – This is the new version with John Lithgow and Jason Clarke, not the first film from the 1980s. Which, frankly, is probably the better scenario for most of us who probably missed the new one in theaters. Any new Stephen King adaptation seems worthy of a stream. (Also Hulu)
Available March 1
Charlotte’s Web – If you grew up in the 1980s or 1990s, you’ve almost certainly seen this 1973 animated classic based on the famous book. Which means you know how good it is. And if you are younger or haven’t seen it, this is simply an all-time family classic.
Free Willy, Free Willy 2: The Adventure Home, and Free Willy 3: The Rescue – I don’t know. I just felt like it was oddly pleasing that this cinematic trilogy was coming to streaming. *Raises fist in the air as whale jumps over me*
Natural Born Killers – Oliver Stone’s intense, violent rumination on society may have been released over 25 years ago but it’s as poignant as ever. Woody Harrelson and Juliette Lewis shine as two criminals beloved for their insanity.
Wayne’s World – Since Wayne’s World has now, officially, been claimed as an io9 movie, I’d like to thank Hulu for putting the original classic on streaming. Party time! Excellent!
Available March 5
Devs – Alex Garland, the man behind Ex Machina, Annihilation, and others, brings his unique brand of sci-fi to the small screen. We’ve reviewed it and here are our thoughts.
Available March 6
Knives and Skin – A 2019 festival darling about a young girl’s disappearance and how it impacts a town, in ways that aren’t entirely natural. It’s supposed to be trippy and powerful and darkly comic all rolled into one. A true streaming discovery.
Available March 1
Doctor Dolittle 2 – Mere weeks after the Robert Downey Jr. film hit theaters, Disney+ has the sequel! No, not really, but that would’ve been wild right? This is the Eddie Murphy sequel, which was much, much more successful.
Ice Age – Did you know there have been five Ice Age movies? Five. So you have to guess the first movie about a group of animals surviving during the titular time period is fairly good. And it is. Charming and heartfelt through and through.
Available March 4
Black Panther – Marvel Studios’ first Best Picture nominee is one of the best superhero movies ever. What else needs to be said beyond that? Wakanda forever!
Available March 5
Bedtime Stories – It seems oddly appropriate in a time when fans are appreciating Adam Sandler all over again, thanks to his R-rated performance in Uncut Gems, that one of his more family-friendly comedies is coming to streaming. Bedtime Stories isn’t Sandler’s best film, but it’s him doing Disney and that’s a win.
Available March 15
G-Force – I haven’t seen G-Force since it came out back in 2009, but I remember thinking the story of highly trained mice (voiced by the likes of Will Arnett and Zach Galifianakis) was pretty entertaining. It’s also been overlooked since its release so it’s nice that it’s getting back out there.
Available March 25
A Wrinkle in Time – Ava DuVernay’s adaptation of Madeleine L’Engle’s novel isn’t entirely successful, but it’s stunningly beautiful and is sure to become a family favorite now that it’s on streaming.
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David Chang digs in with Danny McBride, Aziz Ansari, and extra within the Ugly Scrumptious season 2 trailer
Ugly Scrumptious is lastly returning to Netflix with a second serving to of worldwide middle- (and lower-) forehead culinary delights. David Chang, the genius behind the Momofuku household of eating places and the chef featured within the first season of PBS’ The Thoughts Of A Chef, is joined by varied celeb company—from each the culinary and leisure industries— to take viewers on a journey the world over, inspecting our misconceptions and preoccupations with sure meals. Within the first season, Chef Chang explored supply pizza, fried rooster, and shrimp and crawfish—and the Vietnamese immigrants marrying their type with Cajun cooking in Louisiana.
It’s an interesting collection that’s a bit of onerous to neatly outline—it’s equal components culinary tourism, regional historical past classes, and basic cooking present mixed into one tasty dish. And it’s additionally the one present that may fill the Thoughts Of A Chef-shaped void in your stomach. Season two hits Netflix on March 6 and options company like Aziz Ansari, Danny McBride, Padma Lakshmi, meals author Helen Rosner, Invoice Simmons, and extra. This season’s matters embrace child meals (the episodes had been filmed simply as Chang discovered his spouse was pregnant), Indian delicacies, and steak. Within the meantime, should you’re on the lookout for a great meals collection on Netflix, take a look at the recently-released third installment of The Chef Present, hosted by Jon Favreau and Chef Roy Choi.
The second season continues to problem each our style buds and our minds as Chef Chang travels the world with writers and cooks, activists and artists, who use meals as a car to interrupt down cultural boundaries, sort out misconceptions and uncover shared experiences. And this season ventures into extra of the unknown, together with the world of parenting as Chang gears as much as change into a primary time father. Particular company embrace Nick Kroll, Aziz Ansari, Padma Lakshmi, meals writers Helen Rosner and Chris Ying, Danny McBride, Invoice Simmons, and Dave Choe amongst others.
Sandra Oh to star in Netflix sequence from Amanda Peet and the Sport Of Thrones boys
As reported by The Wrap, Sandra Oh goes to star in a Netflix sequence referred to as The Chair from showrunner/co-writer Amanda Peet and government producers David Benioff and D.B. Weiss (a.ok.a. the Thronez Boys, a.ok.a. the creators of HBO’s Sport Of Thrones). Regardless of the title, the sequence is not going to be a actuality present the place contestants reply trivia questions whereas strapped to a chair and attempting to maintain the guts fee down as John McEnroe throws beehives at their heads. As a substitute, it’s about Oh as “the chair of an English division at a serious college,” which… doesn’t sound fairly as thrilling. However who is aware of, possibly John McEnroe will present as much as serve some beehives. Both approach, Jay Duplass will likely be there as properly.
We don’t know a lot else in regards to the present, however this will likely be Peet’s first gig as a showrunner and she or he’s co-writing with Annie Julia-Wyman. Additionally, it doesn’t sound like Benioff and Weiss will likely be too intently concerned, since they’re not even talked about in Netflix’s tweet saying the present. Except you actually wished Sandra Oh to burn down the college with a dragon within the final episode, that’s most certainly an excellent factor.