Sure, summer is all about being outdoors. But sometimes there’s nothing better than spending a few hours watching a movie, enjoying a little TV or listening to some tunes. With that in mind, here are 10 entertainment events we can’t wait to enjoy with the AC cranking.
We have been waiting seven long years to spend time with the Bluth family again. Come May 26, we’ll finally get our chance, as Netflix releases all 15 new episodes in one dysfunctional swoop.
This new NBC series actually filmed during the 2012 pilot season, and drew huge praise when the first episode was shown to critics at upfronts. Now the show, starring Anne Heche as a woman who can speak to God, will get its official debut May 23 on NBC.
A comedy about a group of campers and counselors at an Australian lakeside summer camp starring Rachel Griffths? Yes, please! July 10 cannot come soon enough.
We’ve been saying for years that Chrissy Teigen needs to host a reality show—and VH1 is finally making our dreams come true with new episodes of this show all summer.
The Bling Ring
We were excited about this film a year ago, when Sofia Coppola announced she was casting Emma Watson in an adaptation of the true-life tale of bad-girl jewel thieves. Recent trailers have made us even more psyched for The Bling Ring, which hits theaters June 14.
Kick Ass 2
The original cast is back on August 16—although Jim Carey has replaced Nicholas Cage as the token grown-up. That’s not a problem for us.
Man of Steel
Three hours of Henry Cavill running around shirtless or in a Superman suit? Yes please! And Oscar nominees Amy Adams, Michael Shannon and Diane Lane won’t hurt either.
The Lonely Island, The Wack Album
A comedy album, but with three cuties who can actually sing: Akiva Schaffer, Jorma Taccone, and Andy Samberg’s latest comes out June 11.
Kanye West, Yeezus
Say what you will about the man (and his taste in women) but Kanye’s albums seldom disappoint. We expect more of the same when Yeezus drops June 18.
We don’t know when it is coming this summer, but we’ve never been disappointed by a MGMT album, and the fact their latest, and third to date, is self-titled, has us even more excited.