Last week, IFC confirmed that Documentary Now Season 4 premieres on March 23rd after a three-year hiatus, and if you're a Bill Hader fan that's been patiently waiting for more of his "content," you're in luck!
After Covid delayed production for season three of Barry for a solid two years, there's a light at the end of the tunnel. Picture this: It's 10 pm on April 24th, 2022, you're sitting, maybe laying on a comfortable piece of furniture, perhaps it needs to get replaced, but who cares? You're happy and don't even notice that your couch is eating you because Barry is back on your screen with a new episode for the first time since May 19th, 2019.
The last two-plus years have felt like a decade and aged me a century, but with all this time, I've rewatched the first two seasons of Barry at least twice and cannot recommend it enough you're a little twisted like, say, someone who's been running a blog for over six years. Barry is dark AF, but a hilarious and incredible story that keeps you on your toes. Henry Winkler is fantastic as Gene Cousineau, Barry's acting coach, but IMO the best character on Barry is NoHo Hank. You may like a piece of shit rooting for him, but deep down, you know he's a good guy.
Season 3 of Barry premieres on April 24th, 2022, at 10 pm, which for me is a tad bittersweet because that's the last night of April vacation, but at least it'll end with a bang both literally and figuratively; cause of the murder(s).