Jim Henson’s beloved Muppets finally return to the small screen, but in a slightly different format than we are used to. This time around, the muppets will be the subject of a documentary-style show in the style of The Office and Parks and Rec. For the first time ever, a series will explore the Muppets’ personal lives including romances, breakups, and professional achievements. Plus, expect a TON of guest stars. The Muppets premieres Tuesday, September 22nd on ABC! Check out the sneak peek!!!
Library of Souls, by Ransom Riggs
Chvrches, Every Eye Open
Chvrches…the best thing to come out of Scotland since, like, well, ever. The trio from Glasgow have been dominating indie pop charts and airwaves since the end of 2012 with the release of their first single “The Mother We Share” culminating the release of their first full-length album The Bones of What You Believe in 2013. And after touring for what feels like forever and cultivating zillions of new fans in the process, Chvrches are finally back with some new material. And thankfully avoiding the sophomore slump, their new material doesn’t disappoint. Check out the video for “Leave A Trace” below! Every Open Eye is available for download on Friday, September 25th.
Beastly Bones, by William Ritter
The second installment in the popular Jackaby series, Beastly Bones follows the continuing adventures of Abigail Rook and her eccentric employer R.F. Jackaby as they investigate supernatural crimes in 19th century New England. This time around a series of mysterious and violent animal attacks leaves a trail of bodies in its wake. But not to worry, Abigail and Jackaby are on the case. In bookstores Tuesday, September 22nd.
Hotel Transelvania 2
Just in time to get you all prepped for Halloween season, the sequel to the 2012 hit is finally here featuring the voices of Selena Gomez and Andy Samberg. In theaters Friday, September 25th!!!
Noah Bennett aka Horn Rimmed Glasses aka HRG returns to NBC, finally, after all this time!!! And so do some other old faces from the original series–Noah Gray-Cabey playing Micah Sanders–as well as some brand new faces–like Francesca Eastwood and Zachary Levi. Check out this long-awaited reboot premiering Thursday, September 24th.
Nightfall, by Jake Halpern, Peter Kujawinski
Marin lives in a world where night and day are a bit more complicated than a 24-hour cycle. Like, really complicated. In fact, sunset comes only every 28 years, and the long darkness is approaching. As all of the adult’s on the island Marin lives on prepare for the darkness, practicing mysterious rituals Marin and her twin brother can’t understand, it’s up to Marin and her twin to investigate the disappearance of their friend Line and find him before before all goes dark. In bookstores Tuesday, September 22nd.
Big Grams EP
In a super group pairing that perhaps no one could’ve ever predicted yet we somehow still should’ve seen coming, Big Boi (the half of OutKast that isn’t Andre 3000) and Phantogram (indie electro smooth samplers supreme) have teamed up to form Big Grams, and the combo has sparked big buzz throughout the music industry. The sickly sweet jams created by Big Boi and Sarah and Josh of Phantogram sound like what I can only imagine it would be like if Motown was on Instagram, proving genre ain’t no thing, and all that matters is the groove. Their self-titled debut EP is out Friday, September 25th. Check out the first single “Fell in the Sun”!
From the creative force behind American Horror Story and Glee (Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuk) comes this black comedy take on the slasher genre. Set amidst the backdrop of sorority life at a university plagued by violent murders, this slasher show is packed with stars: Emma Roberts, Lea Michelle, Ariana Grande, Abigail Breslin, Oliver Hudson, Nasim Pedrad, Nick Jonas, and even original Scream Queen Jamie Lee Curtis. Check out a sneak peek below!!! Premieres on FOX on Tuesday, September 22nd.
Skylar Spence, Prom King
Do you want to meet the future (prom) king of dance pop before he becomes the king of dance pop? Check out the new album from Skylar Spence (FKA St. Pepsi). With a smattering of singles and EPs released since 2013, Prom King marks the 22-year-old’s first full-length. You probably are familiar with last summer’s “Fiona Coyne,” which, not to worry, made the cut onto Prom King. But there are some new tracks rounding out Prom King like “Affairs” and “I Can’t Be Your Superman.” Prom King is out Friday, September 25th.