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Tis the season to be jolly, but itís hard to keep up positive appearances when your TV show has just been canceled. It was a cancel-happy day at TNT, as the network brought the ax down on Legends and two more shows.
The attacks that took place in Paris over the weekend were devastating both politically and personally, and shows of support for France have emerged on just about every front. Television networks have been rearranging their schedules, and several series have delayed episodes.
Sean Bean may currently be very much alive on TNTís Legends, but the actor has a reputation for getting killed off in many of the TV shows and movies he signs on for. Now, Bean has spoken out, discussing exactly how he feels about being known as the dude who dies over and over again.
When you cook a meal for the first time and decide that you like certain parts and not others, you can always just customize it more to your liking the next time you cook it. TNT is embracing that approach in delivering Season 2 of Legends.
Sean Bean dies is a spoiler, but if you're asking what it's a spoiler for, there are multiple answers, as Sean Bean has developed a reputation for playing notable characters who are picked off on screen. TNT seems well aware of that, as they've been promoting their new drama Legends with the hashtag #DontKillSeanBean.
As we head into the summer season, we're slowly approaching the premiere of Legends, a new crime drama that will put Sean Bean back in the small screen in a starring role. As the new trailer indicates, the truth is up for grabs, but not nearly as easy to grasp as say, a gun.
Sean Bean's Legends character Martin Odum is a lie. Or so say the posters TNT has revealed for their intriguing new drama series Legends, in which Bean plays an undercover agenda at the FBI Deep Cover Operations division. Both posters put Bean in profile as Martin Odum, who's clasping a gun and looking lost in thought.
The Summer TV season is upon us. With new shows like Extant, Rush and Tyrant -- among others -- joining the lineup, and returning series like True Blood, Doctor Who, Under the Dome, Defiance and Graceland lined up, TV has plenty to offer us this summer.
TNT released a new trailer for Howard Gordon's suspenseful looking drama Legends at SXSW this week. The drama puts Sean Bean back on the small screen in a starring role, this time around playing an undercover FBI agents who begins to struggle with what looks like a pretty major identity crisis.TNT has it on the schedule to debut this August.
You can kill Sean Bean's character, but you can't kill his spirit or his talent! With The Lord of the Rings and Game of Thrones among his credits, Sean Bean is no stranger to playing a starring role in an adaptation of a book, which may come in handy in taking on the lead character in Legends, the latest drama to get the greenlight from TNT. Then again, based on the trailer, it looks like this character is having a bit of an identity crisis. The series is executive produced by Howard Gordon (Homeland, 24), Alexander Cary (Homeland) and Jonathan LEvin (Charmed) and is based on a book by spy novelist Robert Littell.
TNTís drama pilot Legends has found its leading lady. Heroes actress Ali Larter will take on the female lead opposite already cast Sean Bean (Game of Thrones) in the new project from Homelandís Howard Gordon.
Things didn't work out for ABC's Missing, but the cancelled ABC drama may not be the last we've seen of Sean Bean on the small screen. The actor has been cast to fill the role vacated by Brendan Fraser in TNT's drama pilot Legends. From the description of the part, he may not be the only person playing the character.
Just a couple of weeks ago, we learned that Brendan Fraser was set to star in Howard Gordon's TNT pilot. Now it looks as though the actor has left the role, though there's no word on who will replace the Mummy star in the project, and details on the reason behind Fraser's exit are vague.
Brendan Fraser could be headed for his first ever starring role on television. The actor recently signed on for the TNT drama pilot Legends after being approached for several different possible TV roles this season. Fraser will take on the lead role as an undercover operative in the project, which will be based on a novel by Robert Littell.