We all remember the classic NBC show Fear Factor hosted by comedian Joe Rogan. The show featured contestants testing their mental and physical fortitude in three stunts. The show's original run lasted from '01-'06 and was revived for a year back in 2011. It looks like MTV has decided to give the series another shot. MTV has officially announced plans to bring back the competition show. This time around the host will be rapper/actor Ludacris. The show will be given a makeover to fit the new generation. Many of the new stunts will be inspired by urban legends, popular horror films, and viral videos. MTV has ordered 12, one-hour episodes, and if it does well in the ratings we can expect to see more. 

Tune In May 30th And Find Out If Fear Is A Factor For You!!

It's that time again 4chan has leaked some new information about the future of the DC extended universe. Now the leaks reveal a ton of information but keep in mind these "leaks" are just rumors and hearsay, so don't read too much into it until we get an official confirmation from someone at Warner Bros. or someone involved in the film.  

 The studio is doing this to celebrate the 80th Anniversary of Batman.

The Batman film will still have Deathstroke but not as the main villain. Matt Reeves wants to do a larger scale Batman film that will include the Bat-Family as well as most of Batman's rogues. Also, two Batman animated films are also planned for 2019. One will be an adaption of The Long Halloween. 

Grant Wilson might be the villain for the Nightwing solo film. He is hired by Roland Desmond to take out all the mob bosses in Bl├╝dhaven.

Killer Frost will be the new female lead to replace Harley Quinn.

Suicide Squad 2 or Dark Universe will most likely be taking Aquaman's previous release date.The Dark Universe script is going through final rewrites. Guillermo Del Toro's old treatment was used as a base and was revised to connect to the universe. If Liman is ready, filming could start as early as summer.

Jonathan Levine is in talks to direct The Flash. The film will most likely release in 2020. 

Matthew Vaughn will probably write the Man of Steel sequel if he takes on the directional duties. Man of Steel 2 will introduce Black Adam to DCEU.

Now remember all these leaks aren't 100% confirmed, but it does give us a little insight into the future of the DCEU. I'm mostly interested in the four movies planned for 2020. I know most people will think this is a stretch but I kinda believe it would work. Plus the past has shown us we don't need a big budget to make a good film. It'll financially benefit the studio, and allow the universe to grow at a much faster rate. I'm also really excited to hear that a solo Nightwing movie might be in the works. I want more movies featuring sidekicks to hit the big screen.

After a long wait, we have finally been blessed with the second part of The Get Down season 1. Part 2 featured five new episodes that transport us right back in time to the Bronx in the late 70's. With drugs and crime are at an all-time high a group of boys turn to get down music as their way to escape it all. The five and a half hour journey we are taken on is incredible from beginning to end, and just when we think things are finally looking up everything starts to crumble. Now let’s get down to it.

The second part of the Get Down season one takes place a year after the conclusion of part one. The Get Down Brothers Zeke, RaRa, Dizzee, Boo-Boo and DJ Shaolin Fantastic are doing shows all over the Bronx and making a name for themselves. They're making music, making money, and having fun but of course, this happiness can't last forever. Shao loves being a DJ, but can't leave the street life behind him. Fat Annie gives Shao a club to perform in, which is just a front to sell her drugs in. Zeke is strongly against drug dealing, but Shao assures him it's all just about the music. The Get Down Brothers get deeper and deeper into the world of drugs and have to figure out how they'll ever get out entirely. Meanwhile, Mylene's singer career is taking off in a big way. Mylene's father is using his daughter's success to gain more funding for his church. To further her career, she must shed her church girl persona and get a little raunchy. Mylene has a major revelation and realizes she must break free of the Bronx. 

I absolutely loved the second part of the Get Down. Anytime I watch the show I get filled with the late 70's vibes of New York. Watching the boys go through the early stages of hip-hop is exciting to see. I love seeing the founders of hip-hop being portrayed and enjoy trying to figure out who each character is based on. In the five hours, you will be on the edge of your seat. With a phenomenal cast and excellent soundtrack, you will fall in love with the show like I did. My only issue with part two is it leaves so many cliffhangers. Part two ends with so many characters fate's left up in the air. What is Fat Anne going to do to Shaolin Fantastic? How much trouble is Boo-Boo in? Will Mylene's career continue to flourish in California? How will the Get Down Brothers survive with their MC gone? My biggest question is, when will we get season 2 or part 3? So far Netflix hasn't released any information on when this will happen, but I hope it is soon. The Get Down is such a great show, and there are so many directions the show can go in. Being a period piece I won't be surprised if the show takes a one or two-year hiatus before we hear they're filming a new season.

Check Out The Get Down Pt. 2 Streaming Now on Netflix!
Netflix Original Series "Thirteen Reasons Why."

13 Reasons Why tells the story of Hannah Baker's (
Katherine Langford) death. Instead of leaving some kind of suicide note Hannah leaves 13 cassettes for her classmates. The 13 cassettes represent the 13 reasons why she committed suicide. Each episode accounts for a different tape and is about a particular student's interaction with Hannah. 

This 13 episode series depicts one of the most realistic teen dramas ever. The motivations of Hannah begin to unravel; with each episode filled with rumors, cyberbullying and mystery. As the episodes progress, it is easy to be immersed into the sad world of Hannah Baker. You'll easily be transported back to high school and picture themselves in Hannah's shoes, in her mom's shoes, and in Clay's (Dylan Minnette) shoes.
"Thirteen Reasons Why" Premieres Friday, March 31
Kate Walsh delivers an agonizing and powerful performance as a grieving mother dealing with the death of her daughter and frantically looking for answers. The two leads of the series Langford and Minnette both deliver star-making performances.  
Although the viewing experience of 13 Reasons Why is a satisfying one, like all works there are still a few issues. Members of the supporting cast deliver lackluster performances. Also, a couple of episodes would be better if a few scenes were cut out. Nonetheless, 13 Reasons Why is a show that you will definitely be binge watching.

Ms. Gomez, foreground, on the set of “13 Reasons Why.” CreditNetflix
The series executive producers include Tom McCarthySelena GomezJoy GormanMichael SugarSteve GolinMandy Teefey and Kristel LaiblinWhen the series was initially announced, many assumed Gomez would have the role of the lead in this project, but by having an unknown, star in the role, it made it easy to get lost in the world of 13 Reasons Why. Gomez is definitely capable of handling the role, but being the most followed person on Instagram might serve as a distraction for the series. 

 In addition to D'Arcy James, Walsh, Langford and Minnette, 13 Reasons Why stars Brandon FlynnChristian NavarroAlisha BoeMichelle Selene AngJustin PrenticeDevin DruidMiles HeizerRoss ButlerSosie BaconDerek LukeHenry ZagaAmy Hargreaves and Steven Weber.

All 13 episodes of 13 Reasons Why premiere Friday, March 31 on Netflix.