Those looking for some binge viewing will have a slew of new offerings in the near future, as new seasons of AMERICAN DAD, LAST MAN STANDING, BOB'S BURGERS, LOUIE, THE NEW NORMAL, THE KILLING, THE GLADES and WILFRED are headed for Amazon.com as exclusive releases. Check out the dates and details below, right here on THE ROCK FATHER...
May 13 Releases:
“American Dad!” Volume 9
Take a “Stan” against boring, bipartisan comedy with this all-new collection of hilarious “American Dad!” episodes from the infinitely creative minds of Mike Barker, Matt Weitzman and “Family Guy” creator Seth MacFarlane. Packed with celebrity guest voices, including Wayne Brady, Alison Brie, Mariah Carey, Will Forte, Jon Hamm, John Leguizamo and more, this awesome assortment of outrageous adventures finds Stan coming down with an unforgettable case of amnesia, Francine getting spanked to her heart’s content, Steve joining a boy band, and Roger finally deciding to settle down and get married...to Stan’s mom!
“Last Man Standing” The Complete First Season
After Mike’s wife, Vanessa, (Nancy Travis) receives a promotion at work, Mike must spend more time in his female-dominated household. With years of advice and guidance from their nurturing mother, Mike’s three daughters are not prepared for their old-fashioned, hotheaded father to take over – especially 20-year-old Kristin, who’s trying to raise her own son, Boyd, with more of a liberal approach than Mike can stand. Celeb-obsessed Mandy has plenty of issues with Mike's style and even though sporty Eve has a lot in common with her pop, there's still room for friction.
“Last Man Standing” The Complete Second Season
Tim Allen returns for a second season in “Last Man Standing” as traditional manly man Mike Baxter, who continues to be surrounded by forces seeking to complicate and feminize his world. While Mike is king of the hill at work, he's the odd man out in a home that is dominated by women – namely his wife, Vanessa (Nancy Travis), and their three daughters.
“Bob’s Burgers” The Complete Third Season
The animated comedy “Bob’s Burgers” returns for a third season. The series follows the ups and downs of Bob (H. Jon Benjamin), who runs Bob’s Burgers with the help of his wife and their three kids. Bob has big ideas about burgers, but his family falls short on service and sophistication. Despite the greasy counters, lousy location and dearth of customers, Bob and his family are determined to make every “Grand Re-Re-Re-Opening” a success.
Louis C.K.‘s Emmy®-nominated mix of stand-up comedy and slice-of-life hilarity returns for another brilliantly inventive season. From dating to parenting, the third season finds Louie flummoxed by the females in his life, including his daughters, who have grown more complicated than ever. Along the way, Louie tackles motorcycle mayhem, oral sex etiquette and the wild side of Miami Beach. Boasting a bevy of superstar guests, including Jerry Seinfeld, Melissa Leo and Parker Posey, season three goes where Louie has never gone before.
“The New Normal” The Complete First Season
From the co-creator of “Glee,” Emmy®-winning Ryan Murphy,** comes a funny, heartfelt show about love, marriage, and hopefully, a baby carriage! California couple Bryan (Andrew Rannells) and David (Justin Bartha) have everything a fabulous gay couple could want – except a child. Luckily, they’ve found the perfect surrogate, Goldie (Georgia King), a gorgeous single mom. There’s just one problem. Okay, maybe there’s two. Goldie’s slacker ex is fighting for custody of their precocious daughter, and her grandmother (Ellen Barkin) is a wise-cracking bigot. With a little work and a lot of tolerance, this eclectic group just might become a family. Own the “witty” (Chicago Sun-Times) 2013 People’s Choice Award winner for Favorite New TV Comedy, featuring guest stars Matt Bomer, John Stamos and more!
June 3 Releases:
“The Killing” Season 3
Season three of The Killing begins one year after the close of the Rosie Larsen case (the focus of The Killing's first two seasons), with Sarah Linden (Mireille Enos) no longer working as a Seattle homicide detective. But when her ex-partner Stephen Holder's (Joel Kinnaman) search for a runaway girl leads him to discover a gruesome string of murders that may connect to a previous murder investigated by Linden, she is drawn back into the life she thought she'd left behind. The new season also stars Peter Sarsgaard, Elias Koteas and Amy Seimetz.
“The Glades” Season 4
Season four of The Glades is packed with even more mystery, intrigue and fun from Florida’s favorite homicide investigator – the disarmingly charming Detective Jim Longworth (Matt Passmore). From haunted plantations to rum-soaked shot girls and even a zombie apocalypse, Longworth is once again solving murders that can only happen in the Sunshine State. This season also promises more drama on the personal front for Longworth, Carlos, Colleen and Daniel as friends and relatives from near and far arrive on the scene. But the big question remains to be answered as Longworth waits for Callie to accept his marriage proposal... or not.
June 17 Release:
TV’s most brazenly bizarre comedy returns for another hilarious encore. In season three, Ryan starts to doubt his own sanity, but that doesn’t stop Wilfred from playing mind games that drive his best friend, well, crazy. Love is in the air as Wilfred falls for a bitch in heat and the sexual tension between Ryan and Jenna builds to a climax. It all ends with a mind-bending season finale that may unravel the mystery of Wilfred’s existence…or not.