On Tuesday, the 63-year-old still didn’t give a specific date on Adam Carolla‘s podcast, BUT he did reveal that season five of the cult comedy series would start production January or February of 2016!!
The even better news? The new episodes could premiere as early as April 2016! The EP explained that coordinating the all-star cast’s schedules is the biggest speedbump:
“Netflix is determined to do more episodes so we’re going to do more episodes. It’s a lot of juggling of all these stars’ lives.”
We’re sure if the production gets tied up in contracts with the star studded cast, they can always consult Bob Loblaw’s Law Blog for advice!
Either way, we CANNOT wait to see what shenanigans the Bluths get into this time around!
Disclosure: This post is sponsored by Ann Taylor, but written by your regular friendly blogger, Kat Griffin.
Ann Taylor has a ton of great sales, but if you’ve noticed, the suits are rarely part of those sales — except for the rare Suiting Event, which just started, and now offers 30% off all suits. There are some great women’s suits in the sale, including:
All Season Stretch Suiting
I’ve always been a fan of Ann Taylor’s all-season stretch suiting — it’s such a great basic for every working woman. Wear it with cashmere and merino in the winter; with cotton and linen in the summer… it really is seasonless. This lovely “smokey charcoal” suit (pictured below) caught my eye, but it’s also available in black, navy, a beigy “stone beach,” and a light brownish “dark stone taupe heather.” Pictured below:
All Season Stretch Two-Button Jacket, was $169, now marked to $118. The jacket is lined and has besom pockets; it’s available in regular and petite sizes (limited sizes only, alas!).
Modern All-Season Stretch Trousers, were $98, now $68. They’re available in regular and petite sizes 00-18. (The same color is also available in Ann Taylor’s other two main cuts, the curvy cut and the signature cut.)
Cotton Sateen Suiting
Ann Taylor’s cotton sateen suiting is always a great option for summer because it tends to hold its shape better than more drapey fabrics like linen and crepe — think lightweight, but crisp. There are a ton of pieces included in the sale, including (pictured):
Cotton Sateen Two-Button Jacket, available exclusively online. (You definitely want two buttons if you consider yourself on the busty side). Available in black, navy, and stardust, the blazer comes in regular, petite, and tall sizes 00-18; at full price it’s $159, but with the sale it comes down to $111.
This gray pinstripe suit is a perfect fun yet conservative suit — it’s interesting and flattering! I like the chic one-button blazer (was $198 now $138), the modern pinstripe trousers (now $90, down from $129), and the pencil skirt (now $76, down from $109). All of the pieces are available in regular, petite and tall sizes 00-16; the blazer is available up to size 18. The pants also come in Ann Taylor’s curvy and signature cuts. All of the pieces are available exclusively online.
Ladies, what are your favorite suits to get at Ann Taylor?
Sometimes being scared is half the fun. That’s certainly the case when it comes to rollercoasters: the adrenaline rush we ride them for is all the wilder for the slight panic many of us feel as the carriage makes its slow climb to the top as the ride begins.
Such fear is made real by the fact that the rides do, on rare occasions, go very wrong. This week’s accident on the Smiler ride at Alton Towers thankfully had no fatalities, but left 16 injured, four of them seriously, and has led to the park remaining closed on Wednesday and Thursday.
BMW is teasing the reveal of the next-gen 7 Series with a suite of cutting-edge tech on June 10. The sedan makes extensive use of carbon-fiber-reinforced plastic in the passenger cell to shed weight, and shines through the dark with laser headlights.
There’s a reason that models get paid to wear stuff: they look really, really good doing it, even when they’re just headed to the dermatologist or to lunch at with some friends. Top-tier models also have incredible access to the best handbags on the planet, and they tend to carry them at will.
Countries that slip backwards into autocracy and corruption should be excluded from accessing the $100bn climate finance promised to developing nations
This week sees governments meeting in Bonn, Germany for the last negotiating session in advance of November’s UN meeting on climate change in Paris – billed as the best chance in a generation for a worldwide treaty to tackle global warming.
The omens are better than for many years. The political landscape was changed dramatically by last November’s China-US emissions deal. With the world’s two biggest emitters covered, other pledges have been arriving thick and fast: the task for Paris will be to forge them into a global agreement with legal force.
This Cleveland Cavaliers banner will likely leave many fans scratching their heads.
Cleveland is preparing to play the Golden State Warriors in the 2015 NBA Finals. In order to promote the series and get fans pumped up, the team has put a banner up on a building.
Teams typically put signs or banners up in order to promote a big event, so nothing weird here, right? Wrong. Take a look at who is on the banner.
LeBron James was obviously going to be featured on it. However, the other two choices are a bit odd. Anderson Varejao (out since December with an Achilles injury) and Kevin Love (suffered a shoulder injury in the first round) are the other two players on the banner. Neither player will play in the Finals.
It seems rather unusual for a team to promote a championship series with two injured players—especially when the team has marketable stars like James and Kyrie Irving. However, the Cavaliers might be doing this to promote their #ALLinCLE campaign. Even though Love and Varejao are injured, they are still a part of the team.