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Starz has been a pioneer in early renewals, and fans of the subscription network’s drama Black Sails got an extremely early renewal this week. On Friday, Starz announced that Black Sails will definitely return for a fourth season months and months ahead of the show’s Season 3 release.
While Starz has finally announced that Season 3 will be returning to the schedule, the announcement also comes with bittersweet news. The drama has also been given the boot by the subscription cable network.
50 Cent has been in the news recently for having declared Chapter 11 bankruptcy, but that doesn’t mean he can’t eke out a few headlines for something else entirely. In this case, it involves him calling AT&T racist for their part in negotiations with a cable network.
Shows with nontraditional formats often have trouble figuring out just where they fall in the TV spectrum. It’s a problem that the creative team over at Ash vs Evil Dead encountered when figuring out whether or not the new series would be a half hour or hour-long program.
I know we are getting ahead of ourselves, but Outlander Season 3 actually sounds awesome. Here's what executive producer Ronald D. Moore recently said he’s most excited for in the Outlander series. And yes, he's read all the books.
Clearly, Bruce Campbell is a fan of playing lead character Ash or he wouldn’t have worked to get Starz’s upcoming TV series made. However, any great job still has its own share of pitfalls, and Campbell shared what he feels has been the worst part of creating Ash Vs Evil Dead.
Fans of The Evil Dead franchise will no doubt be aware by now that Campbell is dusting off the old chainsaw for the new series, but recently, Lawless revealed that her character, Ruby, will have a signature weapon to defeat the Deadites, too.
Hot damn, this looks like the best thing to hit TV since color. (The blood red kind.) We knew things were going to look amazing after we first saw Bruce Campbell all chainsawed-up as Ash, but this trailer seriously took things beyond the television pale and into some truly outlandish places.
Starz’s hot series Outlander is gearing up for Season 2, and recently creator Ronald D. Moore spoke out to explain that while Season 2 will undoubtedly be exciting, it will be different for fans of the book series the show is based on.
We’ve been waiting 23 long years to see Bruce Campbell return to the role of the deadite-stomping Ash Williams, though it feels like even more. Now we finally have our first official look at Ash and his chainsaw hand, as well as his new cohorts.
American Gods is officially moving forward over at Starz, and while the series hasn’t signed on any big names to act, yet, the drama did add a huge name over the weekend. Reports indicate that Neil Gaiman, will actually be involved with the Starz program.
While comic book fans wait with bated breath to see if Joseph Gordon-Levitt will ever get his Sandman adaptation off of the ground, we now know that Neil Gaiman's American Gods has been ordered to series by Starz.
Starz frequently has a penchant for renewing original programming early—especially if a program is getting good buzz. Following a record-breaking Season 2 premiere, the subscription cable network has decided to go ahead and greenlight Power for a third season.
Outlander just recently wrapped up its first season over at Starz, but the subscription cable network is already looking toward Season 2. Master Raymond and a few other well-known characters from Diana Gabaldon's book series have already been cast.
Before today, I would have sworn on the Necronomicon that there was no way I could have possibly been more excited about Starz's Ash vs. Evil Dead. And then Campbell went and made me go all high-pitched cackle at my computer screen.