Alex Rider – The Trailer

The first trailer for the upcoming TV series based on the best selling series by Anthony Horowitz:

Looking for Alaska – Trailer

An impressive trailer for Hulu’s upcoming mini-series of Looking for Alaska:

The Last Kids on Earth – Trailer

The Last Kids on Earth is coming in cartoon format to Netflix on September 17th. Here is the first trailer for the show, based on the bestselling series by Max Brallier, illustrated by Douglas Holgate.

Looking for Alaska – The TV Show

On October 18th, Hulu will be launching a miniseries version of Looking for Alaska, John Green’s award-winning first novel. Here is the trailer:

His Dark Materials Trailer

A breathtaking trailer for the new HBO series coming this fall:

Watership Down Trailer

BBC has released the first trailer for their new animated version of Watership Down. It’s a book that my family read aloud again and again during my childhood. This new version is lush and gorgeous with an all-star cast of voice actors. The four-episode series premieres on December 22nd on BBC One.


Anne of Green Gables Coming to Netflix

Take a look at the trailer for Anne, Netflix’s new version of Anne of Green Gables coming on May 12.

13 Reasons Why – Netflix Series

Thirteen Reasons Why

In a project executive produced by Selena Gomez, the teen novel 13 Reasons Why is going to receive the Netflix treatment and be turned into a series. Deadline has the news that Tom McCarthy, director of Spotlight, will direct the first two episodes of the series.


Green Eggs & Ham – The TV Show

Green Eggs and Ham

Netflix has announced that it will be turning Dr. Seuss’ beloved book Green Eggs and Ham into a 13-episode TV series. The adaptation will be written by Jared Stern who also wrote Wreck-It-Ralph and is working on the upcoming Lego Movie sequel.

Executive Producers include Stern, Ellen DeGeneres, Jeff Kleeman, Mike Karz, and David Dobkin. The project will be distributed by Warner Bros. TV.

It is expected to be released in 2018 and is said to be “the highest-end, most expensive animated program ever produced for television.”