Interest in The X-Files has been high in recent months, ever since Fox announced that the popular nineties and early 2000s drama might go the way of 24 and get reworked for a limited series run. Now, it seems that audiences are even closer to an X-Files return.
Illusionist Harry Houdini and author Sir Arthur Conan Doyle will soon be putting their heads together for a set of fictional adventures in a new TV series simply called Houdini and Doyle. No, this isn’t something that Adult Swim has cooked up for their late night lineups.
Fox is getting ready to serve up some damn fine coffee, er, some rum raisin ice cream cones with its new oddball mystery thriller Wayward Pines, which dropped a strange new trailer that bears more than a passing resemblance to Twin Peaks.
If you take a look at how many people have been watching Fox’s Empire on a weekly basis, you might assume that its fanbase can’t grow anymore. But there are undoubtedly some out there that were waiting for it to hit Netflix. Those people will be disappointed, however.
Every TV season there are a few shows that land on the bubble between cancellation and renewal. This year, one of those shows was Sleepy Hollow, a part- historical, part-supernatural drama that premiered strongly during Season 1 but faltered a bit in the ratings during Season 2.
Gotham’s recent episode “The Blind Fortune Teller” featured a young man named Jerome who was strongly implied to be the future Joker. The question now is whether this insane youth will be popping up again or if this was a one-time appearance.
Namely, Fox’s Glee Season 6 and series finale will look back at the history of the drama and will pay tribute to Cory Monteith, who played Finn Hudson on the series before his untimely death in 2013.
There’s no doubt that Empire is quite the popular TV series, and with that in mind, it should be no shock that the >hit drama has signed on two big names for Season 2 already. Oprah and more will appear next season.
Empire knows how to deliver some delightfully soapy drama, sometimes based on real life. According to NBA star Iman Shumpert, it’s a little too real, as the athlete claims two of the show’s characters are blatant ripoffs of him and his girlfriend.
How did Empire possibly get so extreme that even an SNL skit seemed tame in comparison? This week's episode dropped what is arguably the biggest shocker of the season thus far. Spoilers if you haven't seen it yet.
Despite the uptick in the potential of the last few episodes of the season, overall viewership has declined on the Fox drama, and this week the show suffered another blow. Executive Producer and showrunner Mark Goffman has officially stepped down from the drama.
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.