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Part of the joy embedded in the break between seasons of The Walking Dead involves anticipating what new characters will join the mayhem when the show returns. And now we know exactly who new cast member Merritt Wever will be playing.
This week, we learned that Sudeikis, along with Suburgatory’s Cheryl Hines and Marry Me’s Tim Meadows, has signed on for Son of Zorn, the weirdo crossbreed of an animated and live-action comedy project that was conceived by the two dudes who made The Lego Movie.
In its first episode, MTV’s Scream had one of its characters saying that slasher storylines could never work as TV shows, since they burned bright and told temporary stories. MTV doesn't agree, though, and they're giving the show another season.
While there’s no shortage of side-splitting absurdity on Brooklyn Nine-Nine, the police precinct’s stolid overseer, Captain Raymond Holt has managed to steal the spotlight with his hilarious, increasingly adversarial rapport with Kyra Sedgwick’s Deputy Chief Madeline Wuntch.
When Netflix’s Daredevil returns for Season 2, the eponymous hero will have to contend with Frank Castle, a.k.a. The Punisher. Details are still scarce on precisely what we can expect, but it sounds like this will be the best version yet.
While some shows on TV are constantly struggling to retain viewers’ interests in a core group of characters, Gotham’s strategy has been to throw just about every character from the Batman mythos at audiences. They're adding two more, AND a hero.
You’ll love this “Drunk Ron Weasley” sketch, which aired as part of The Tonight Show this week. In it, Ron Weasley returns (although he’s played by Simon Pegg) to say “happy birthday” to his pal Harry Potter, but it devolves into a drunk session of sharing feelings and more.
For three seasons, Banshee has put together a beat ‘em to the pulp action landscape that TV has never really seen before. Unfortunately, this week it looks as if the upcoming fourth season of Banshee will officially be the show’s last.
Remember the time when supermodels gracing magazine covers was a major part of pop culture? That’s still happening, of course, but it's hard to keep track now. Cindy Crawford and NBC are working together on a project that will take audiences back to that heyday.
Cara Delevingne has gone from modeling work to starring in the new novel-based film Paper Towns. As part of the gig, the actress has to take a lot of interviews. Unfortunately, she may have been committed to one too many interviews for comfort.
Guys, remember when a show would get canceled, and it used to be Fox that would be the butt of all the jokes? I’m pretty sure that NBC has taken the mantle. The latest series to get the peacock’s boot is the half-Swedish comedy Welcome to Sweden, but we might still see the rest of its episodes.
Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. aired its Season 2 two-part finale “S.O.S.” back in May, and news has since been sparse about what to expect when the series returns in the fall.Now that Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. Season 3 has begin production, Marvel is throwing fans a bone by announcing first new casting.
When a show is a hit, the stars have a ton of control as far as their contracts go, as they know they play a large part in the shows success. In the early 2000’s the cast of Friends were able to negotiate $1 million per episode for themselves. And one creator doesn't look too fondly at it.
A lot of Arrested Development's laughs come from esteemed actor Jeffrey Tambor, who played the expertly shady patriarch George Bluth, and show creator Mitch Hurwitz puts one of Tambor’s ad-libs in the pilot episode as the best of the show’s run. Chicken dance time!
As Marvel preps for its Phase Three slate of films next year, the Netflix side of their universe is slowly coming together. And there’s talk of them moving away from superheroes for their next Netflix project and focus on a team of less-than-stellar individuals with abilities.