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JJJ Debuts 'Trolls: The Beat Goes On' Opening Credits - Watch Now! (Exclusive)

JJJ Debuts 'Trolls: The Beat Goes On' Opening Credits - Watch Now! (Exclusive)

JJJ is so excited to debut the official opening credits for Netflix’s new animated series, Trolls: The Beat Goes On!

The new series picks up right where the film left off, and will feature a brand new chapter in the the endlessly upbeat adventures of the Trolls as Poppy, Branch and all of Troll Village keep the party going in their fantastical forest home.

For the animated series, Poppy will be voiced by Amanda Leighton (you know her as Emma on The Fosters), and Branch is voiced by Skylar Astin (Jesse from Pitch Perfect).

Dreamworks’ Trolls: The Beat Goes On will premiere NEXT Friday, January 19th on Netflix!

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Kiernan Shipka Cast as Sabrina in Netflix's 'Chilling Adventures of Sabrina'

Kiernan Shipka Cast as Sabrina in Netflix's 'Chilling Adventures of Sabrina'

We have our new Sabrina Spellman!

Kiernan Shipka, who you might recognize from Mad Men or Feud: Betty and Joan, will star as the lead character in the Riverdale spinoff, Chilling Adventures of Sabrina

Sabrina is described as “an empowered young woman, half-human, half-witch” and “is just beginning her dark education as a sorceress, even as she tries to maintain a normal life as a sophomore at Baxter High.”

“Intelligent, compassionate and brave to the point of recklessness, Sabrina is all that stands between us and the forces of darkness that threaten our world.”

Chilling Adventures of Sabrina has been greenlit for two seasons on Netflix.

Netflix's 'A Series of Unfortunate Events' Season 2 Will Return in March!

Netflix's 'A Series of Unfortunate Events' Season 2 Will Return in March!

A Series of Unfortunate Events season two has an official release date!

Netflix announced over the weekend that the series, based on the series by Lemony Snicket, will return on March 30th.

“Tonally, we have more action, and things are little darker and sadder,” EP Barry Sonnenfeld shared with EW recently.

Neil Patrick Harris, who plays Count Olaf, added, “Now that we’re in season 2 — and I think the same is true with the books — now the Baudelaires can start to take some control and try and take more action. I think season 2 ends up being a little bigger in its scope and scale, but also allows for a little bit of a more fevered heartbeat from our protagonists.”

Season two, which covers books 5 through 9, continues as the Baudelaire children move from a boarding school to a fancy penthouse apartment, a vile village, and a few other depressing and short-lived homes.

Netflix's 'Trollhunters' Was Almost Made Into A Live Action Series

Netflix's 'Trollhunters' Was Almost Made Into A Live Action Series

It’s not really a question of any sort that JJJ is obsessed with Trollhunters on Netflix.

The series returns with it’s second installment today and we are counting down the hours until we’re off of work so we can binge watch like we were meant to — but this new piece of info about the animated show totally caught us by surprise.

Did you know that Trollhunters could’ve actually been just like Stranger Things?!

In a new interview with creator Guillermo del Toro, he revealed the original pitch was eerily similar to what we’re seeing now with Stranger Things.

“When I pitched the show first in 2006, it was as a live-action television series, and it was very similar to Stranger Things,” he shared. “It was going to be in suburbia, with monsters, and a larger plot, with kids on bicycles, same everything, just like that.”

But, it didn’t happen, and just like us, he’s happy about that.

“I’m very glad we didn’t do it [as live-action]. I’m very glad we did it animated,” he added. “I was able to distill the purity of that, and I think that it’s much better to remind kids that you can find a certain sense of purity, even with the computers, and cellphones, and everything that is a screaming social media view — there is a place for imagination, and emotional purity, and good heart.”

Trollhunters Part 2 is streaming now on Netflix.

The 100's Eliza Taylor Stars in Netflix's New Christmas Movie 'Christmas Inheritance'

The 100's Eliza Taylor Stars in Netflix's New Christmas Movie 'Christmas Inheritance'

Eliza Taylor is leaving The 100‘s Clarke way, way behind as she stars in Netflix’s brand new holiday movie, Christmas Inheritance.

In the flick, which premieres TOMORROW, Eliza stars as Ellen, a privileged heiress to a big company.

However, after a holiday party incident, her father isn’t too sure about making her the CEO anymore.

So, to inherit her father’s company, Ellen must first visit his small hometown, where she learns the value of hard work and helping others.


Christmas Inheritance premieres Friday, December 15th!

Check out the cute trailer below:

5 Shows on Netflix That You Need To Be Watching Right Now

5 Shows on Netflix That You Need To Be Watching Right Now

Netflix is full of really good, addicting shows that we’re all guilty of watching without moving from our couches.

Stranger Things, 13 Reasons Why, Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life, American Vandal — yep, we all watched those within hours.

We don’t want to rain on their parade, because those are brilliant shows, but there are other shows out there on Netflix that are JUST as good, and JJJ is here to introduce you to them, so you can start binge-watching asap!

Click inside to see the 5 Shows on Netflix That You Need To Be Watching…

Netflix's 'A Series of Unfortunate Events' Season 2 Gets First-Look Photos!

Netflix's 'A Series of Unfortunate Events' Season 2 Gets First-Look Photos!

The first look pics for season two of A Series of Unfortunate Events are out!

In the new season, we’ll get 10 more one-hour episodes of Count Olaf (Neil Patrick Harris) trying to steal the Baudelaire orphans’ fortune.

Foiling his many dastardly plans and disguises, the young siblings discover clues to their parents’ mysterious death, links to a covert organization, and begin to unlock long-held family secrets.

A Series of Unfortunate Events will return in the spring next year on Netflix.

Check out all the first look pics below!

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New '13 Reasons Why' Star Says Season Two Will 'Blow People's Minds'

New '13 Reasons Why' Star Says Season Two Will 'Blow People's Minds'

Wilson Cruz was just one of the many names announced to be joining 13 Reasons Why season two and now, he’s spilling more secrets about the upcoming season.

The 43-year-old actor will play the Baker’s lawyer, Dennis Vasquez.

“I can tell you that I play the lawyer on the show and I’m in every episode, so let that tell you whatever that tells you,” he shared with TooFab over the weekend. “But I think the story and the performances itself are going to blow people’s minds.”

He added, “I’m really proud of the fact that it is a catalyst for conversations for parents and kids to talk about issues that are really difficult to talk about.”

Wilson also says that the upcoming season will be seen from a lot of different perspectives: “You’re going to see the story told through a different lens, through many different lenses.”

“I think we just relish in the fact that we’re getting to tell this really amazing story that is beautifully written and produced and we get to be a part of it,” he shared.

13 Reasons Why is expected to return in early 2018.