Back in December, “The Chronicles” helped to share the news that the Netflix streaming service was continuing the previously discussed original series “Cobra Kai” with a third season trailer. Some of you might recall that they got this show from YouTube Red. You might also remember that is a series that picks up many years after the movies for “Karate Kid” had taken place and continues those characters stories. If you didn’t see that new trailer just click HERE to be on point. Since I didn’t see the earlier seasons I only posted about it and didn’t watch it myself. The third season is now available for your binging at the time you are reading this. New year, new binge right? I’ve culled the brief description from their YouTube listing and repeated the ensemble of characters from our earlier posts. Take a look.
Hello my dear readers and “Welcome” to 2021. Let me be among the first to wish you a very “Happy New Year”. We hope that it will be one that is loaded with good health (especially under the current circumstances), special memories and prosperity. We kept it simple and dry here at the Creative Command HQ this time around and got straight to mapping out some of the things that we hope to accomplish as the New Year gets into gear.
Though 2020 was a terrible year in terms of “things” that could be done, we are glad to report that we made it through unscathed while many others were not so fortunate. We also chose to use the relative isolation of the last several months to keep creative and share as many ideas and notions as was possible to do with the resources we have around us. “The Chronicles” uploaded more than 225 posts last year and in addition to our popular Facebook and Instagram accounts we launched a long overdue YouTube Channel for this website. We also found the time to create a brand new focus we call Ken Pierce Media. Clicking any of the highlighted text will bring you to the networks and we would appreciate your follows, likes and subscriptions so we know you are out there receiving this stuff. There is strength in numbers I always say and with so many other creative people out there we want our Legions on point where it counts the most.
It’s my hope that this New Year becomes one of promise for you all. Thank you for your kind attention to our works, we shall surely keep the engine running for you when you need some distraction.
Ken Pierce, Founder of “The Chronicles Of Piercing Ken”
Last year, I took the time to line out the complete rundown of the annual marathon of episodes of “The Honeymooners”. After the year that we all have had I can honestly say that this classic comedy is the perfect way to both close and open up a hopefully promising new year. Based on the pandemic, there are even more of us under lockdown as the year closes up and while there are still specials with tons of autotune, my only real interest is the final countdown to the New Year. As in the past marathons, some of the funniest and best of the episodes will be aired so head over to WPIX 11 and spend some time in Brooklyn with Ralph Kramden, Ed Norton, Alice Kramden and Trixie Norton and just relax. The shows begin at 11PM and run continuously into the next day with a brief pause for area news at 4:30AM before picking back up again at 9AM. Let’s take a look.
11:00AM – The Bensonhurst Bomber
11:30AM – Unconventional Behavior
Merry Christmas my dear readers if this is a holiday that you are celebrating along with us. I’m returning to the topic of the brand-new Disney Pixar release “Soul” which opens today and if you missed our trailer post from a few weeks ago just click HERE to be on point with that. As noted in the close of that post, we helped share the news that instead of hitting the theaters this was going to the Disney+ streaming service for all to see provided they are subscribers. There isn’t a premium cost like they did with “Mulan”. Let’s review the premise and voice casting below shall we.
Joe Gardner, a middle school music teacher, has long dreamed of performing jazz music onstage, and finally gets a chance after impressing other jazz musicians during an opening act at the Half Note Club. However, an untimely accident causes Gardner’s soul to be separated from his body and begin to proceed to the Great Beyond, and Gardner escapes to the Great Before, a world where souls develop personalities, quirks, and traits before being sent off to Earth. There, Gardner must work with souls in training at the Great Before, such as 22, a soul with a dim view on the concept of life, in order to return to Earth before his body dies and also avoid a soul-counter named Terry, who goes to earth to find Joe and bring him back to the afterlife to meet her quota. Continue reading Now Streaming: “Soul” on Disney+ (12/25/2020)→
The Premise: Set after the events of the first film, former Prince Akeem Joffer is set to become King of Zamunda when he discovers he has a son he never knew about in America – a street savvy Queens native named Lavelle. Honoring his royal father’s dying wish to groom this son as the crown prince, Akeem and Semmi set off to America once again. (c/o Paramount Pictures) Continue reading Amazon Studios Presents: “Coming 2 America” Official Trailer→