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Watch TANGLED: BEFORE EVER AFTER’s First 5 Minutes, and More TV News

Watch TANGLED: BEFORE EVER AFTER’s First 5 Minutes, and More TV News

Let’s change your usual morning line-up today with a preview of Tangled: Before Ever After. Disney‘s released the first five minutes of the made-for-TV movie. You’ll find the video in today’s TV-Cap along with the rest of the casting news for Inhumans, a Star Wars Rebels announcement, and more.

Adventure! Disney’s Tangled is heading into its next chapter with a made-for-TV movie and an animated series. Fancy, right? Watch the first five minutes of Tangled: Before Ever After above. Premiering on March 10, the movie sets the stage for Tangled: The Series (arriving March 24). There’s a bit of a summary of the initial film, and then we follow Eugene and Rapunzel on a fast-paced chase before their wedding. [D23]

Sing This. It’s a happy day, Galavant fans! Before you get your hopes up, no, an unexpected third season isn’t happening–as far as I know. But we are getting a complete double CD soundtrack. I can’t wait to sing all the things. [Nerdist]

Science! Did you know Syfy’s The Expanse is rocking it in the science category? They are. Check out our latest Because Science to hear Kyle Hill explain the best example of how the show got its science spot on in the most recent episode.

Casting Notes. I have casting updates for two shows this fine Monday morning:

  • Happy!, Syfy’s show based on the Image Comics miniseries by writer Grant Morrison and artist Darick Robertson, has cast Smoothie. Patrick Fischler will be in the role. [CBR]
  • Marvel has announced the rest of the cast for Inhumans. All the royal family in da house! Eme Ikwuakor will play Gorgon, Isabelle Cornish will play Crystal, Mike Moh will play Triton, and Sonya Balmores will play Auran. Ellen Woglom is joining in an undisclosed role. And Lockjaw will appear as himself! I’ll be honest; I’m in it for Lockjaw. Learn more about the characters at Marvel.

Warm and Fuzzy. Season two of Love is arriving on March 10, mere days away. What should we expect? Kristy Puchko talked to series co-creators Paul Rust and Judd Apatow and star Gillian Jacobs about the impact of the show and their approach to the second season. [Nerdist]

A Different Kind of Storytelling. Amazon’s working on some outside-the-box tie-in material for The Man in the High Castle. Resistance Radio launches today, March 6, and is an “immersive music and storytelling experience.” It will feature four-and-a-half hours of narrative and will allow fans to experience the world of the drama as they would have from pirate radio stations of the past. You can put your ears to this clever bit of marketing at

Fighting Another Day. Finally! Disney XD has announced they’ve renewed Star Wars Rebels for season four. The new episodes will premiere later in 2017. And if you’re going to Star Wars Celebration in Orlando in April, you “can look forward to more details and an announcement about the exciting fourth season.” I hope season four will find the rebels on Dantooine.

Early Talks. With the success of Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life, fans have to be wondering whether more Gilmore Girls is a possibility. Maybe? Netflix’s chief content officer Ted Sarandos said they’re in very preliminary talks about making more episodes. Is that something you want? Tell me in the comments. [Nerdist]

Scratch Track. If you liked Zootopia, you’ll appreciate this Saturday Night Live sketch inspired by the animated film. They all do impersonations of actors to complete a scratch track for Zoo-opolis, which is nothing like Zootopia. [Nerdist]

Musical Synopsis! The Flash and Supergirl musical crossover isn’t so far away. The event will kick off in Supergirl‘s March 20 episode and fully take place on The Flash on March 21 in “Duet.” And hey, we have an official synopsis from The CW to ponder–bonus points if you sing it out loud instead of reading it: “Barry and team are surprised when Mon-El and Hank Henshaw arrive on their Earth carrying a comatose Supergirl who was whammied by the Music Meister. Unable to wake her up, they turn to Team Flash to save her. However, the Music Meister surprises The Flash and puts him in a similar coma, one that Team Flash can’t cure. Kara and Barry wake up without their powers in an alternate reality where life is like a musical and the only way to escape is by following the script, complete with singing and dancing, to the end.” Oh. Em. Gee. This has potential to be utterly delightful.

An Easy Answer. Season one of Netflix’s Iron Fist won’t feature Danny Rand in a costume, and there’s a simple explanation for the decision. Showrunner Scott Buck told SFX Magazine Danny “is still discovering who he is as a hero and where he is going to be.” He’s not ready for a costume yet. [IGN]

Looking Back. Want some TV recaps from the weekend? Oh, excellent. We have them for Star Wars Rebels and The Walking Dead.

Who else is ready for The Flash and Supergirl musical crossover? Head to the comments and tell me whether you think it’s the best thing ever.

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