Superhero programming is starting to saturate the TV market. Coming up is the comic book-based drama Lucifer, which Fox picked up to pilot this winter. Now a big lead has been cast.
Fox's new hit music drama Empire just got a whole lot funnier. Mostly thanks to the comic wits of Kenan Thompson, who took on the role of Lucious, and Sasheer Zamata (Cookie) and SNL host Chris Hemsworth, who took on the “white dude in khakis.” Watch as Chip tries to integrate himself amongst the cast to help bring a little viewership to “white america.”
When one door closes, another one opens. That's what they say, anyhow. Turns out this logic may not be so far fetched after all, as just hours after learning that Fox's Gotham may be losing Falcone crime family gangster Fish Mooney, we've now learned the series has just added the character of Lucius Fox.
Some potentially big news broke this morning when Jada Pinkett Smith visited the set of Live with Michael and Kelly. The actress appeared on the early morning series to promote Fox’s hit series Gotham and revealed some potential details about her role moving forward.
Sylvester Stallone’s Expendables franchise has made a lot of money, and while there hasn’t been talk of making a fourth movie, it looks like the franchise could still live on. This time around, instead of a PG-13 movie, The Expendables may be headed to TV.
Every month, Netflix features a revolving door of content, including original programs and comedy specials, movies, popular TV shows and more. Currently, Netflix is listing Fox’s popular science fiction series The X-Files as leaving the subscription streaming service.
In just nine episodes, Fox’s Empire has made it abundantly clear that the Lyons are one of the most dysfunctional families that TV has ever known. And while Lucious soon won’t be able to physically handle the drama for too much longer, one of the Lyons is at the end of his mental rope: Andre.
Gotham is taking a little break until April, but don’t worry, Fox isn’t leaving fans empty handed. Check out this promo teasing what to expect from the remaining episodes of the season. Take a look!
Created by Will Forte, Phil Lord and Chris Miller, Fox's The Last Man On Earth follows Forte's Phil Miller as he comes to terms with being the titular last man on Earth. And, living up to the title, the new comedy is truly singular, both an incredibly funny and kind of tragic series. A must-see tragicomedy.
Beyond attracting large audiences, the show has already enticed a fair share of celebrity guest stars to appear in the series. Now, executive producer Lee Daniels has revealed he’s already thinking ahead and has some big names in mind for Season 2.
In an episode that featured the arrival of the Red Hood Gang and saw a major character getting stabbed (though non-fatally), it was the actions of one Fish Mooney that completely stole the show.
It always strikes me as odd whenever networks start developing comedies without bothering to get any actual comedic actors involved. Thankfully, 48 Hours ‘Til Monday has tapped Rob “I’m in Everything” Riggle for the lead role, and he's got an excellent co-star.
The Lady Gaga performance was huge enough that it became a topic of conversation on the Fox 8 local news in Cleveland, Ohio. Unfortunately, local news anchor Kristi Capel kept declaring Lady Gaga’s music as “jigaboo.” Check out the extremely awkward newscast, below.
In the early 1990s, you couldn’t throw a rock without hitting a Wesley Snipes movie, but times have changed, and the actor’s output has fallen mostly to direct-to-DVD work in a post-Blade world. Thankfully, he’ll soon be headed to the small screen for this potentially stellar role.
It was rather mindblowing when Fox announced it was developing a series based on the Vertigo comic Lucifer, and it initially seemed unreal that the network officially ordered a pilot for the series. But it all makes perfect sense now that the generic plot has been revealed.