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Perfectly timed with the release of the first three episodes, the opening scene of "Y: The Last Man" is now available on YouTube. The scene sets the table for the season to follow, introducing the characters' post-apocalyptic world in all its chaos, and letting loose Yorick Brown (Ben Schnetzer), the last biological man left on earth. At Yorick's side is the character already primed to steal the show, his pet monkey, Ampersand. Check out this exciting first look at "Y: The Last Man."The Opening Scene Of Y: The Last ManNot gonna lie, a world without men sounds pretty tempting...

'Y: The Last Man' Series First Trailer with Ashley Romans & Diane Lane "An apocalyptic event has wiped out all men on Earth… except for one. And his monkey." FX on Hulu has finally unveiled an official trailer for the Y: The Last Man series, which will begin showing in September with 10 episodes to start. We're featuring this trailer despite our usual no-TV rules because we have covered updates on a Y: The Last Man for more than a decade. (Seriously!) We have spent many years writing about various versions in the works, starting all the way back in 2007. They finally made it!

'Y: The Last Man' Series First Trailer with Ashley Romans & Diane Lane "An apocalyptic event has wiped out all men on Earth… except for one. And his monkey." FX on Hulu has finally unveiled an official trailer for the Y: The Last Man series, which will begin showing in September with 10 episodes to start. We're featuring this trailer despite our usual no-TV rules because we have covered updates on a Y: The Last Man for more than a decade. (Seriously!) We have spent many years writing about various versions in the works, starting all the way back in 2007. They finally made it!

'Y: The Last Man' Series First Trailer with Ashley Romans & Diane Lane "An apocalyptic event has wiped out all men on Earth… except for one. And his monkey." FX on Hulu has finally unveiled an official trailer for the Y: The Last Man series, which will begin showing in September with 10 episodes to start. We're featuring this trailer despite our usual no-TV rules because we have covered updates on a Y: The Last Man for more than a decade. (Seriously!) We have spent many years writing about various versions in the works, starting all the way back in 2007. They finally made it!

Multiple sources are reporting that Ben Schnetzer (Warcraft; Goat) has joined the cast of FX's upcoming Y: The Last Man series as Yorick Brown, replacing the previously cast Barry Keoghan (Marvel's The Eternals) who departed the series earlier this month.  He joins cast that will also feature Diane Lane (Man of Steel) as Senator Jennifer Brown, Imogen Poots (The Art of Self-Defense) as Hero Brown, Lashana Lynch (Captain Marvel) as Agent 355, Juliana Canfield (Succession) as Beth, Marin Ireland (The Irishman) as Nora, Amber Tamblyn (Two and a Half Men) as Mariette Call

Multiple sources are reporting that Ben Schnetzer (Warcraft; Goat) has joined the cast of FX's upcoming Y: The Last Man series as Yorick Brown, replacing the previously cast Barry Keoghan (Marvel's The Eternals) who departed the series earlier this month.  He joins cast that will also feature Diane Lane (Man of Steel) as Senator Jennifer Brown, Imogen Poots (The Art of Self-Defense) as Hero Brown, Lashana Lynch (Captain Marvel) as Agent 355, Juliana Canfield (Succession) as Beth, Marin Ireland (The Irishman) as Nora, Amber Tamblyn (Two and a Half Men) as Mariette Call

A year after FX ordered a pilot adaptation of Brian K. Vaughan and Pia Guerra’s highly acclaimed comic series Y: The Last Man, showrunners Aida Mashaka Croal and Michael Green announced that they are parting ways with the project. But this won’t be the last you’ll be hearing of the series.

Chris Tucker And Jackie Chan Are Either Teasing ‘Rush Hour 4’ Or Trolling Instagram New Line Cinema It’s been a long time since we’ve heard anything about a potential Rush Hour film with the movie franchise’s original pair, Chris Tucker and Jackie Chan. A critically-panned and little-watched television adaptation has come and gone, but what about continuing the story established by the trilogy as-is?

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