The Movie Show is about Black Widow – not like you think – in new clip
Syfy provided ComicBook.com with a preview of their new puppet-powered series The cinema show, in which the hosts speak Black Widow…. Wait, no. Scratch that off. They’re not talking about the highly anticipated Marvel movie Black Widow but instead of bickering about a real black widow who went wild in the studio. We apologize, but we’re sure you understand, this kind of mistake happens all the time when it comes to puppet talk shows. You can see the clip, which features the new fans at The cinema show hosts Deb and Wade (as well as Wade’s crossbow, which he has for some reason), above.
In fact, the episode ends up arriving at Marvel. Black Widow. So if that’s what you were expecting to see for some reason when you clicked a link on ComicBook.com, you can watch the episode online here.
In this clip, however, he’s mostly confined to slapstick as the Muppet-style puppets fight over the spider, and Wade ends up finding a way to end it – with a crossbow hit to his co-s face. facilitator. As you can imagine, this is not going particularly well.
Believe it or not, The cinema show isn’t the first notable puppet talk show of 2020. Earlier this year, Disney + released Land in Ned, a late-night comedy by executive producer Brian Henson and the Jim Henson Creature Shop. The network has also previously deployed Muppets now, a half-hour improvisational comedy featuring the world’s most famous puppets.
Here is the official synopsis of The cinema show:
The cinema show is Syfy’s new comedy series set in a public access film review show set in the heart of Modesto, California. The Movie Show is hosted by polar opposites, Deb and Wade, who have nothing in common other than their mutual love for movies and the fact that they’re both puppets. Each week they feature their hot shots of current blockbuster movies as well as classic fan favorite movies. The show will feature exclusive deleted scenes and a series of star-studded interview guests like The Shark from Jaws and Stephen King’s laptop. Deb and Wade will also catch up with favorite movie stars of yesteryear like the T-Rex from jurassic park, Shard of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, and more. Don’t miss it.
The cinema show Airs Thursday nights at 11 p.m. ET / PT on Syfy. You can see new episodes the next day on Syfy’s website