High Maintenance Trailer: Watch the Trailer for HBO’s New Comedy
In the golden age of television, web shorts, Netflix/Amazon original series, premium channels, cable stations, and major networks are all created equal. The lines are blurred and the platform doesn’t matter. Within the last few years-specifically on HBO-the comedy is thriving. Veep, Silicon Valley, Horace and Pete, Lady Dynamite, Orange Is the New Black, Archer-they’re all outpacing the drama right now. Much of this is thanks to this blurring of platform lines. Louis CK, the most important man in comedy today, released his new show as a surprise on his own website. A show can start out as a webseries on Vemeo then become a full-fleged HBO series, as High Maintenance did. The show, which follows pot deliveryman in New York, will make its HBO debut this fall. Having debuted in 2012, the show has run for six three-episode seasons, which will all be available on HBO Now and HBO Go.In the first trailer for the new season on HBO, it looks like High Maintenance creators Katja Blichfeld and Ben Sinclair have lost none of their fleeting, stoner charm in the movie to a premium network.
Seth Rogen: Legalization won’t make marijuana any less funny
We haven’t found any real difference in the way people react to it on screen. I think right now probably more people are trying it than ever have because it’s becoming a little more socially accepted than it was. It’s probably less taboo than it’s ever been in some ways, but I think its popularity outweighs it’s taboo-ness. It’s honestly the thing that made us think it was a good idea in the first place. There are some jokes in this that definitely threaten to cross a line. If we are achieving that line, that is the way we are achieving it – through diligence and through showing the jokes to audiences and really seeing what people respond to and don’t respond to. If jokes don’t get laughs, then we don’t keep them in the movie. We don’t pretend that we, even after all these years, really know what people are definitively going to be OK with and not OK with. I’m honestly surprised with what more people are OK with more than anything. I wasn’t even sure people were going to get that joke, and the first time we screened it I was blown away by the reaction it got and was really surprised.
The Long Beach native has popped up on a few different shows this year and he’s about to add another one to the list. Snoop was announced as an executive producer and guest star for the upcoming MTV show Mary + Jane. The weed-themed series is a comedy about two best friends running an all-female marijuana delivery service in Los Angeles. In addition to Snoop Dogg’s duties as a producer and guest star, he also created the theme song for the new MTV program. The Doggfather is no stranger to television themes as he most recently crafted one for Comedy Central’s Another Period. Fans will get to hear what he made for Mary + Jane when the show premieres on Sept. 5. While the weed-centric nature of the show and Los Angeles location would make you think that Snoop Dogg is appearing as himself in the show, that is not the case. Snoop Dogg’s guest spot in Mary + Jane comes on the heels of his prominent role in the latest season of the cult classic Trailer Park Boys. Snoop’s also been the star of two reality shows in 2016: AOL’s Coach Snoop and BET’s Music Moguls.
Best Stoner Podcasts – The Chill Bud
Everyone knows that television is a heavily scripted mess of fake personalities and fantastical concepts. If you want to get a real live look at your favorite celebrities or public figures, podcasts are the way to go. There is a podcast for everyone, and thankfully there are a handful that are really geared towards stoners. So light one up, kick back and enjoy some of the best stoner podcasts available on the web. This is a super chill podcast made specifically for cannabis enthusiasts. Alright time for full disclosure, I haven’t listened / watched to all of the podcasts on this list. I just feel that the official High Times podcast hosted by Danny Danko has to be included in the mix, and I promise to get to it soon. Most recently he competed on Dancing with the Stars and didn’t once hide the fact that he is an avid pot smoker. If anyone smokes more weed than Joey Diaz, it’s Tommy. This podcast and the next are a couple I have yet to check out, but I assure you, they are well-known marijuana podcasts and you should probably have a listen.
Money Morning: Tech Marijuana Firms Need To Grow “Good Stuff”
Every pot grower knows that lots of care, technique, and technology goes into the cultivation and feeding of marijuana plants. All that’s needed so those plants can flower and produce commercially and medically useful compounds – especially the psychoactive tetrahydrocannabinol that relieves pain and nausea and gets recreational users high. It’s also the specialty of the company I’m going to show you today. This company is one of the fundamental picks in my Nova-X Report’s Roadmap to Marijuana Millions model portfolio. With it, you’ll start tapping the profit power in legal cannabis and keep your risk low. Marijuana plants must be exposed to light for 12 hours a day – and be kept in darkness for just as long. That’s fine for folks who grow their own at home. To protect their investment, growers turn to state-of-the-art greenhouses containing high-tech devices and monitors such as hygrometers, which see to it that humidity levels never get above 50%, and CO2 tanks, which add the carbon dioxide that plants breathe to indoor air.