Welcome back to this week's YA Onscreen. We survived a fairly staid April Fool's Day this year, so I promise you that these news updates are as real as can be.
First off, some good news for any Archer fans (LANAAAA): the creators have teamed up with Netflix and Channing Tatum to make an R-rated animated movie about the American Revolution. I am so there.
An iZombie preview, including some updates on Liv's love life.
Frequent FYA casting call star Britt Robertson is starring in a new Netflix original called Girlboss. Check out the trailer:
Will we be seeing Beyonce in the "live-action" version of The Lion King in the future? It's anybody's guess at this point.
Tyra has done away with the age limit on America's Next Top Model. If they have 30-50 year olds trying to make their big modeling break, Tyra may have succeeded in capturing my interest once again.
Check out the first new photos of Alicia Vikander as Lara Croft: Tomb Raider.
Younger will return for its fourth season on Wednesday, June 28th.
The CW announces its Summer premiere dates for shows like Whose Line Is It, Anyway?
Rainn Wilson has been tapped to play Harry Mudd in the new Star Trek: Discovery.
Orlando Bloom will be making a cameo as Will Turner in the new Pirates movie. I'm not sure if this is the best way to prop up a stalled acting career, but, sure, why not.
A newer, more confusing trailer for Tom Cruise's The Mummy.
Peter Capaldi's Doctor Who companion this season will be gay, but that's not the only thing that defines her.
The Game of Thrones hype machine is going full bore. Here's a teaser trailer to make you weep that there's still three and a half months to go.
That's all for this week. Let us know which TV show you're most excited about that's airing this summer! I'd have to say I'm a big So You Think You Can Dance lover, so I'm glad this season will be back to non-tween dancers.