Despite offering quite a few shows that are lacking in the ratings, NBC is still managing to bring in some pretty big talent. This week, the network announced that both The Killing’s Peter Sarsgaard and Weeds’ Mary-Louise Parker have signed on to star in the brand new miniseries, The Slap, based on an Australian project of the same name that hit the airwaves down under in 2011.
If you see Cuba Gooding Jr., Michael Madsen and Keith David on a cast listing, you’d be perfectly within your right as an entertainment fan to assume the project was a straight-to-DVD thriller about a murderous husband. But that’s not the case here at all.
The Originals had a hell of a first season, quickly becoming one of the CW’s definitive and most popular shows. The show did so well that it quickly landed a second season order, and now the network has launched the first brand new trailer for Season 2. The brand new trailer from Sand Diego Comic-Con features plenty of fangs, blood and a refreshing amount of Claire Holt.
Last week was a big week for Jamie Dornan, not only because the Fifty Shades of Grey trailer finally debuted, showing off the actor's mesmerizing stare, but also because BBC Two released the above teaser for The Fall, which reminds us of Dornan's darker, creepier side.
Sons of Anarchy is paving the road to Season 7 with excitement, surprising fans with against-the-grain casting choices. So it makes complete sense (by making no sense at all) that the latest guest star to join the violent drama is Glee actress and singer Lea Michele.
The Walking Dead regularly emphasizes the bonds that form between two characters. During the series’ fourth season, Beth and Daryl’s budding friendship came to the surface as the two were paired up in the post-prison exodus arc.
Between A&E's Bates Motel and FX's new drama The Strain, Carl Cuse's influence is all over basic cable these days, and that may be expanding even further as USA has announced plans to move forward with a drama pilot by Carlton Cuse and Ryan Condal called Colony.
This week’s episode of The Leftovers should have come with pre-show suggestion that the first sequence only be watched by people who absolutely hate the Guilty Remnant, and in particular, the title character Gladys (and also probably sports, the government and all of Earth's living creatures)
Get ready for it, The Walking Dead fans. When the AMC zombie drama returns for its fifth season, the opening scene is said to be seriously intense. In fact, from what we were told at Comic-Con by some of the cast and writers, it sounds like the first six minutes of Season 5 are going to be brutal.
If you thought last week's episode of The Strain played it too safe and slow, then you're going to love this week's change of pace. The darkness is growing, as well as the infection, and before the night is over, another skull is going to get caved in.
We had the opportunity to sit down with the cast and executive producers of Arrow at Comic-Con to talk about Season 3, and we’re grateful to report that there was a lot to talk about ahead of the third season of this excellent CW superhero drama. In fact, the roundtable interviews allowed us to compile a list of 31 things you might want to know about Arrow Season 3.
Over the course of the show, fans have watched as Charlie Hunnam’s Jax Teller navigates the harsh and brutal world of motorcycle clubs in Northern California all while being a new father and trying not to repeat the sins of his father - one of the original founders. Soon that story will be completed, but just in case you’re worried that this means that the Sons of Anarchy universe will be coming to a close, I have some good news.
I can imagine Constantine's bass-and-percussion-filled extended trailer got the crowd's collective heart pumping, as it offers a rounded look at what the spiritually unhinged series will bring to NBC this fall. Or at least what the pilot will bring.
It was a big night for Warner Bros. Television and DC Comics in Hall H at Comic-Con tonight, and that certainly applies to Arrow, as evidenced by the above preview, which was screened at the Night of DC Entertainment at SDCC...
Even though Flash doesn’t have its own panel at this year’s Comic-Con, that doesn’t mean they were going to let Arrow show them up. The superhero spin-off released their own tease to counter the first look at Season 3 of their sister show. The ‘Speed Trap’ spot doesn’t show any actual footage but it’s still pretty damn cool.