The Last of 'You'
Netflix's You is set to wrap up after its fifth season after the streaming giant announced that Joe Goldberg, played by Penn Badgley, will get one last killing spree, Variety reported. The show first debuted on Lifetime in 2018 and was picked up by Netflix after being canceled the same year. Petr Friedlander, Netflix's vice president of scripted series for the U.S. and Canada, said, "We're excited — and a bit terrified — to see how it all ends for Joe Goldberg, but one thing is for sure: 'You' are in for an unforgettable ending." The platform has not revealed a premiere date for the final season.
'The Daily Show' Lives On
Despite Trevor Noah's departure from Comedy Central's The Daily Show, viewers continue to tune in as the network floats various personalities in and out of hosting duties. A slew of notable comedians have taken up the job since January, including Kal Penn, Leslie Jones, Hasan Minhaj, and Chelsea Handler, among others. John Leguizamo will fill-in next week. As far as future episodes go, the network is also rumored to be considering the idea of having two or three hosts on at a time.
'John Wick 4' Premiere
Keanu Reeves' John Wick: Chapter 4 is already receiving rave reviews from its preview showings and expectations continue to mount. The film brought in $8.9 million in its Thursday night previews and landed a 96 percent audience score on Rotten Tomatoes, according to Deadline. The movie is expected to bring in between $65 million and $70 million in its opening weekend, which would mark the best for the franchise in the U.S. At the global box office, it is expected to rake up $115 million.