++ Anyone remember the Hanna movie from 2011? Did y'all know that there's going to be a television series based off of it on Amazon Prime? I wasn't aware until I saw the teaser for it. I loved the movie (and the soundtrack went hardcore, too), and I always thought that it had potential to expand the story a bit because there were a lot of questions left unanswered and areas unexplored. So in a way it makes sense that it would be getting a television series treatment. Though it would be kinda nice to see how Hanna was after the events of the movie itself, like if Saoirse Ronan would reprise the role as an older!Hanna and seeing how she adjusted to life after everything, seeing how she adapted to the world, what she may be doing if she finds out about something else like what she had been involved in, etc. I know that's not going to happen, but if the series goes beyond the movie I would love to see it go in that direction. I mean, the movie was perfection on its own, but if they're to expand on certain aspects I am curious to see what they do.
++ Grantchester has a trailer for their fourth season, which will be James Norton's last season. I've known that we would be getting a new vicar introduced this season to take his place, and in this trailer we get our first glimpse of that. I still maintain the opinion that the show should start centering around Leonard a bit more, but that's just because he's my favorite character.
++ Brooklyn Nine-Nine is back! NBC has been doing good for B99, not only with it hitting big in the ratings but also with how much they promoted it. From their first ever SDCC appearance to all the promos which featured "Everybody (Backstreet's Back)" by Backstreet Boys. NBC has been doing so much marketing for the show that FOX barely did since the show premiered. Bless.
++ And we have the One Day At A Time season three trailer! The fact that we're getting both Stephanie Beatriz and Melissa Fumero guest-starring is just so amazing.