Few TV series have captured the pop culture and Internet zeitgeist in 2014 like HBO’s True Detective. Everyone was talking about it, theorizing about it, picking apart its every set detail, and then some.But when it comes to actually earning awards, True Detective has been as quiet as any series out there
You can't have a great television show without great characters. It's just not possible. And since 2014 was such a solid year for TV, there were a ton of new characters that made an indelible impression on audiences. Here are the 15 best new television characters of 2014...
Here in 2014, movie and TV opening credits are arguably more complicated and divine than they’ve ever been, as “telling audiences who’s in the project” has largely been replaced by “awesome visuals that tie into themes, plus the cast and crew.” And according to those who make it their duty to report on such things, here's the greatest title sequence of 2014.
It's been a great year for television, and narrowing down the list of best TV shows for 2014 was no easy task. Between comedy, drama and the growing number of shows that fall somewhere in between, the bigger challenge isn't finding ten great shows, it's narrowing down the selection of favorites to the series that standout as this year's absolute best.
2014 was an especially great year for television which makes this so hard. It feels like there were several series that didn't make the cut that would easily have made it any other year. Which ones? Well, let's not spoil the fun. Here is Jesse's list of the best shows of 2014.
When you're searching Google for a particular TV show, do you ever think about how many other people are searching for that exact same thing? Luckily, you don't even need to Google that information, because we have it for you right here...thanks to Google.
Whether you needed a good laugh, a good cry, a good scare or a good reminder that your relationships will probably never be as hectic as Hannah and Adam’s, then 2014 TV was here to deliver it for you. Here are Nick’s choices for the best shows of 2014.
True Detective Season 2 is currently in production, but that doesn’t mean the casting process is said and done. In fact, the dark and gritty anthology series has added what is quite possibly its most surprising cast member yet.
The Screen Actors Guild just unleashed its nominees for 2014, and as it usually is with television, most of the nominees are pretty much what you would expect. Game Of Thrones, House Of Cards and Modern Family all cleaned up on nominations.
Casting news for the second season of HBO’s True Detective has been almost as much of a guessing game as anything steeped in reality. Luckily, the leads have all been made official now, but there are still roles to be filled. But not this one anymore.
With the amount of buzz and quasi-secrecy surrounding the casting process for the second season of HBO’s True Detective, you’d think that either J.J. Abrams or Christopher Nolan had something to do with it. HBO has finally announced its newest cast members, along with these nifty character details.
TV buzz doesn’t get much bigger than it does for HBO’s True Detective, and the trek towards Season 2 is thankfully in full swing. The anthology drama just added four new cast members to join the four actors that were previously confirmed.
For months, numerous names were tossed out related to next season's True Detective cast. In September, Colin Farrell and Vince Vaughn were officially confirmed for Season 2 of HBO’s acclaimed series and today, Taylor Kitsch also says he will play a lead in True Detective Season 2.
While we’re over here wondering which actresses are going to land roles in Season 2 of HBO’s True Detective, Kate Mara and Ellen Page are busy showing us what Season 2 should be like. If only we could see them over our computer monitors.
HBO finally came clean yesterday about Vince Vaughn and Colin Farrell officially joining True Detective’s Season 2, but they were mum on who might be filling the female lead. That’s because they’re still trying to find someone, and it turns out they might just be talking to many more actresses than we previously thought.