In anticipation of the premiere of Starz's Outlander series, we had the opportunity to sit down with series creator Ronald D. Moore, author Diana Gabaldon and the cast to talk about what's ahead.
Spoilers from Thursday night's episode of Big Brother ahead! As much as I've been enjoying this season of Big Brother, Caleb's comments about/toward Amber have rubbed me the wrong way, and that applies to what we've seen of the situation this week.
Luckily, Kingdomís first trailer doesnít present viewers with a carbon copy of Warrior, teasing a darker and more low-key story, perhaps with an eye on something larger down the road. Frank Grillo stars as former MMA superstar Alvey Kulina, who is spending his ring retirement as a trainer and owner of a gym in Venice, California.
The ratings are in and it sounds like Sharknado 2: The Second One was a hit for Syfy. According to the network, the shark-filled sequel scored record-setting numbers for the network, and -- no exaggeration, apparently -- a billion twitter impressions. Given the number of trending topics related to the movie last night, #SawHand included, we're inclined to believe that figure.
Though it was decided that taking a running leap off of the top of a speeding bus would be better for society, here are three ingredients that Sharknado 3 needs to become the greatest (shark-filled made-for-TV) movie of 2015.
Lead characters might get the television commercials and the headlines, but itís often the supporting characters who are the difference between a TV program being a lot of fun and stinking to high heaven.
Zombie baby! Z Nation's trailer really went there! The video above made its grand debut last night during Syfy's premiere broadcast of the highly anticipated Sharknado sequel. Z Nation is Syfy's new 13-episode series, due to arrive this fall.
Among the better series to debut this Spring was CW's The 100. The sci-fi drama was featured with a panel at Comic-Con last week, and we had the opportunity to sit with the cast and creator Jason Rothenberg to talk about what's ahead. Everyone was careful to avoid major spoilers, but we were able to get some interesting tidbits about Season 2.
David Simon, creator of HBOís The Wire, is gearing up to make TV audiences praise his name again with another hard-hitting social drama. HBO has officially given the greenlight to Simonís Show Me a Hero, a politics-filled miniseries led by the talented Oscar Isaac and Catherine Keener.
Can you imagine how unbelievably awesome it must be to be a part of Game of Thrones? It almost doesn't matter if you're a fan favorite or a figure fans love to hate. Just by being there you are living out the fantasies of untold fans and steadily being made a part of television history. But for some this ride ends too soon, and one fallen princess is taking it hard in a hilarious way, as you can see in the vine below.
At Comic-Con last week, we had the opportunity to sit with the cast of Starz's upcoming Outlander series. When speaking to Tobias Menzies, he talked a bit about his character Frank Randall, and in the process, revealed something that should be of interest to fans of the book. To put it simply, expect a lot more Frank.
Following the success of The Sound of Music's live staging, NBC has been eager to repeat this kind of win. So the network has been seeking not only a property that would appeal to a broad audience, but also one that could attract more noteworthy stars.
Those who missed the Arrow panel at Comic-Con in San Diego last week can enjoy one of the highlights of the event, as a fan asked Arrow star Stephen Amell if he would say the opening monologue for him. Amell obliged, speaking from memory the words Oliver Queen states at the start of each episode. The cherry on the cake is when Amell adds on the "Previously on Arrow..."
Though TV Land began life as a supplemental channel for classic TV fans to watch the series that Nick at Nite no longer aired, the growing network is transitioning nicely into the world of original programming. And by that, I mean that itís tossing out cancellations while picking up series that no one else wanted.
Nearly a decade ago, the laugh track was much more common, with popular shows like Friends and Seinfeld cueing audience members on when to laugh. Friends, in particular, is built on jokes layered on other jokes, but what would the show be without its signature humor? The answer is explored in the video, and itís pretty strange.