Coming-of-age stories are a rarity on television, where youth is generally tainted by unrealistic wealth and precociousness, and this is exactly what makes Amazon Studiosí Red Oaks feel like such a breath of fresh weed-clogged air. Itís like The Wonder Years as filtered through Dazed and Confused, and itís about as perfect as dramedy pilots get.
Rila Fukushima isn't quite a household name in America just yet, but she is certainly gaining popularity though comic book geek audiences. Last year, the Japanese actress/model got an opportunity for a breakout starring opposite Hugh Jackman in James Mangold's The Wolverine, and now she is ready to ride the genre to the small screen, where she will be appearing regularly in episodes of Arrow this fall.
Ron Perlman fans no longer need to stream old Sons of Anarchy episodes in order to get their televised fix of the hulking actor. For at least one episode, Perlman is at the center of an emotionally charged holy roller coaster ride that goes by the name of Hand of God, which premiered today as part of Amazon Studiosí third Pilot Season.
American Horror Story's anthology format offers its own kind of anticipation each fall, as it isn't necessary to think back to the last season and try to remember where things left off. Each season introduces a new set of characters and a twisted new story. So the hype is all about who's playing who and what the next installment in Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuks' FX series has to offer.
Adventure awaits at Netflix! The streaming video service has Marco Polo on deck to premiere later this year. Today, Netflix has released a handful of photos from the series, which show off starLorenzeo Richelmy in the role of Marco, as well as the beautiful Zhu Zhu, who plays Marco's love interest Kokachin. Here they are together in what appears to be a very romantic, somewhat shirtless moment...
This week, the Discovery Channel announced that it was officially ending its reality series, Sons of Guns. The news follows the arrest of series lead Will Hayden on Tuesday in Louisiana. He was arrested for the aggravated rape of his daughter from the time she turned eleven to the present, with the most recent abuse occurring as recently as last month. Because of the graphic and violent nature of the crime, it seems as if Discovery is hoping to distance itself as far as possible from the show.
There was a mini Friends reunion on Jimmy Kimmel Live last night, with Jennifer Aniston, Courtney Cox and Lisa Kudrow reprising their sitcom roles for a bit of Kimmelís fan fiction.
Even though weíre still upwards of eight months away from the Season 2 debut of FXís Emmy-winning anthology drama Fargo, that doesnít mean we canít let our curiosities run amok concerning where this prequelized season will take viewers. Personally, Iím shooting for dinosaurs and robots, but that's not the case.
After four years of gore-soaked action and ho-hum character development, AMCís The Walking Dead is gearing up for its most hardcore season yet. And while magazine covers arenít exactly the best way to show off moments of zombie violence and angsty despair, Entertainment Weekly is putting out four collectible Walking Dead covers for their next issue.
There are three people in this world you definitely donít want to mess around with. One is an on-duty cop, and another is the waitress taking your order, but the worst one of all is Jax Teller. Sure, it might take him a season or two to get his revenge, but once heís on the warpath, no one is safe.
Are the cracks starting to show in the big alliance in the Big Brother house? I like to think so. We've already seen the Detonators (or whatever they're called these days) send one of their own packing. Will that be the case this week? Fans will have the answer to that question after tonight's episode of Big Brother,
Season 29 of Survivor was shot in Sn Juan del Sur in Nicaragua, and as you can tell from the descriptions of the people involved, the latest installation of the reality series will feature contestants competing against loved ones.
Every year around this time, FX begins putting out teasers for the newest installation of its hit series, American Horror Story. Itís tough to glean a ton of information from the short segments, but despite this, they are nearly always creepy and worth a watch. In the latest short trailer for the fall season, titled American Horror Story: Freak Show, we get an unusual trapeze artist.
Zach Galifianakis is bringing his comedic talent to scripted television and it's happening at FX. The network announced today that Baskets, a comedy series co-created by Zach Galifianakis, Louis C.K. and Jonathan Krisel, has been ordered to series. The half-hour comedy will star Galifianakis as the title character, Chip Baskets, a guy with aspirations of becoming a clown.
The schedule is a work in progress, and dates are subject to change as we head into the fall season. In the meantime, if there's a new or returning show you don't see on here, feel free to leave a comment and we'll see if we can dig up the date for you! Weíve also listed shows that are expected to premiere at midseason, so if your favorite show doesnít have a date, yet, check there first!