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LeBron James And Mike O'Malley Oddly Team Up For Awesome-Sounding Starz Comedy
The unlikely pair are partnering together for a new scripted comedy entitled Survivor’s Remorse. It will follow an extremely successful basketball player named Cam Calloway who can’t ever fully get excited about his new life of fame and fortune thanks to a seemingly endless series of friends and family members from his past who want a piece of his fame.
Giveaway: Win A Blu-ray Copy Of The White Queen And More
On February 4 the series is headed onto Blu-ray and DVD, courtesy of Anchor Bay Entertainment. To celebrate the big release, we’re giving away one Blu-ray copy of The White Queen, along with a softcover copy of The White Queen book.
Black Sails Attracts Millions Of Eyeballs, Eye Patches During Debut Weekend
It would be easy to see this as a dicey proposition, but the nice thing about subscription cable is that after a show’s initial airing, that program is readily available to the public, and in the case of Black Sails, a Saturday premiere date has absolutely paid off, bringing in millions of viewers across multiple platforms over the weekend.
Breaking Bad Writer's 'Flesh And Bone' Gets Series Order at Starz
They’ll soon rein in the external thrills for something far more personal and stress-inducing, as they’ve granted a series order to the ballet drama Flesh and Bone from creator and former dancer Moira Walley-Beckett, the producer/actress/writer responsible for some Breaking Bad’s most memorable episodes. I suppose their expectations of drawing audiences back to ballet fiction following 2011’s Black Swan are more reasonable with such a creative talent putting it all together.
Outlander Trailer Gets An Alternate Ending With More Jamie And Claire
Following the premiere of Starz's new pirate drama Black Sails, the premium cable channel aired the trailer for Ronald D. Moore's Outlander series, which is expected to arrive sometime this summer.
New Outlander Video Teaches Us How To Pronounce Mo Nighean Donn, Premiere Date Rumor Update
There are a couple of nicknames Jamie Fraser uses for Claire in Diana Gabaldon's Outlander series. One, is "Sassenach," which means foreigner or English person. And another is Mo Nighean Donn, which means "my brown-haired lass." It's the latter term that Starz has showcased for their latest "Speak Outlander Lesson.
50 Cent Starz Drama 'Power' Pops The Champagne And Fires A Gun In New Teaser
Among the new series headed to Starz at some point this year is Power, a drama that's created by Courtney Kemp Agboh and executive produced by Curtis "50 Cent" Jackson. Starz released a very brief teaser for the series today, which pops the champagne and fires a gun in anticipation of this new drama.
Outlander Filming Resumes Next Month, Claire Dines In New Photo, And Some Other Updates
Following up on the last photo round-up for Ronald D. Moore's Starz adaptation of Outlander comes a bunch of photos recently shared, some of which have already made the rounds, but give us a look at the Scotland-set historical fiction drama.
Outlander Series Photo Round-Up: Leoch, Stocks, Jamie And Claire And More
Last weekend, fans of Diana Gabaldon's Outlander series were treated to our first look at Ronald D. Moore's Starz adaptation. While it's hard to top that, there are some pretty fantastic set photos making the rounds, including the one above, which comes from writer/producer Matthew B. Roberts and gives us a lovely silhouetted view of stars Caitriona Balfe and Sam Heughan...
Outlander Trailer Teases Swords, Scotland And A Trip Through Time
Fans of Diana Gabaldon’s Outlander series convened in Los Angeles today for a fan event promoting the upcoming Starz adaptation of the popular historical fiction series. During the panel, series developer Ronald D. Moore presented the above trailer, which offers nearly a minute of exciting footage from the series.
New Black Sails Teaser Gives Us A Good Look At Captain Flint
Starz has put together a slew of videos to tide over fans. The latest of these is “Black Sails: A Closer Look,” a video that gives us a closer look at Toby Stephen’s Captain Flint, as well as offers a few more snippets of footage from the new series
Da Vinci's Demons Season Two Premiere Date Set, Plus A New Trailer
Da Vinci’s Demons will see another season on its home channel of Starz, and today at the Television Critics Association press tour in Pasadena, California, that season two’s start date was officially set in stone. An exciting development for the David S. Goyer fantasy series — so much so that there's even a new trailer to boot; giving us another glance at the future history ahead of da Vinci and Florence.
Outlander Photo Shows A Brutal Moment For Jamie Fraser
Just when it seemed like we’d already gotten all of the great Outlander updates we were going to get today, the internet drops this on us. There’s a reason Jamie Frasier despises Captain Randall and this photo is a pretty good sampling of that complicated situation. Those who’ve read Diana Gabaldon’s book know there’s much more to the story there. A picture’s worth a thousand words, or in this case, a thousand beads of sweat and gritted teeth, not to mention the inevitable blood.
Outlander Photo Shows Craigh Na Dun, New Updates Reveal How The Series Will Start
Starz has given us our first look at “where it all began” for their upcoming adaptation of TV adaptation of Diana Gabaldon’s Outlander. The image above is presumably Craigh na Dun, the rock formation that Claire Randall is visiting in Scotland when she finds herself catapulted through time and left in the 18th century. As for how the actual series will begin, that was revealed today at the TCA press tour.
New Outlander Photo, Ronald Moore Talks Sex And Violence, Rough And Gritty Tone
Just days ahead of the planned Outlander fan event in Los Angeles, a new still from Starz’s adaptation of Diana Gabaldon’s novel has made its way online, showing us a glimpse of the picturesque 1940s-era portion of the story. Series developer Ronald D. Moore also answered some questions about what’s in store for this drama, including how much sex and violence fans should expect, and the pacing of the story as it relates to the books.