Manhattan Preview Teases The Secrets, Lies And Atomic Bombs Coming To WGN America
I think the show’s tagline “Nuclear. Family.” should get some kind of a Concise Simplicity Award, as it tells viewers pretty much all they need to know without resorting to silly puns or bombast. Some families can barely hold it together when atomic bombs aren’t involved, so I can’t imagine these characters’ lives being any less tumultuous.
Silicon Valley Takes Us Into The Incubator With A Hacker Hostel Tour
Just two episodes in, Mike Judge’s tech-savvy sitcom Silicon Valley is already one of the funniest shows on TV, with a pitch-perfect cast delivering wit, bro humor and satire in a single, easy-to-operate unit. A lot of this comedic magic happens inside the “incubator,” where T.J. Miller’s Erlich Bachmann houses fellow coders and programmers for a percentage of their development profits...
New Fargo Trailer Teases 'The Rooster Prince' And More To Come
Who's ready for more Fargo? The FX drama kicked off last Tuesday night, delivering solid ratings in the process. Hopefully word will spread and the series will continue to perform well. FX released a preview for the episodes to come, which give us a vague idea of what to expect as the snowy drama continues to unfold in the town of Bemidji and the surrounding area.
Agents Of S.H.I.E.L.D. Photos Reveal Amy Acker, A Lie Detector, Maria Hill And More
As the preview for next Tuesday night's episode of Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. ("The Only Light in the Darkness") teased, the episode will include an appearance by Whedonverse veteran Amy Acker, who's playing a key role in this story.
Arrow 'Seeing Red' Trailer And Photos Reveal Who's Out Of Control
The title for Arrow's upcoming episode should have been indication enough that "Seeing Red" would focus on Roy, at least in part. Putting aside the obvious nod to his hoodie color, Roy's rage has been coming to a slow but intense boil all season. The preview gives us more than a few hints that Roy is back on his feet and out of control, and the same applies for the episode description for "Seeing Red."
Orange Is The New Black Season 2 Full Trailer Will Make You Wish It Was June Already
Orange is the New Black returns to Netflix for its second season in just a couple of months and today, Netflix released a two-minute trailer for the season, which gives us a glimpse of the drama and humor that await the prison-set series. For Piper Chapman, that involves a vow to behave like a model inmate. Think she'll manage to walk the walk?
Homer Simpson Goes LEGO For 550th Episode Of The Simpsons
Two of my favorite things are coming together next month for a once in a lifetime event. (If every basic cable limited series can be called an “event,” so can this.) The May 4 episode of The Simpsons is the long-running series’ 550th episode, which they’re celebrating with their most conceptually daring half-hour yet: a LEGO episode titled “Brick Like Me.”
Community Season 5 Finale Clip Teases A Big Argument And A Big Discovery
Anytime Annie has cause to yell "Booyah," it's a good day, right? And that's her response when Abed finds that thing they're looking for in the new clip from the season finale of Community, which airs tomorrow night. And we get to see how Professor Hickey reacts when someone asks if anyone has any rope.
24: Live Another Day Gives Us A Look Behind The Scenes With New Videos And Special
24: Live Another Day: Jack is Back is actually the multi-coloned title of Fox’s upcoming half-hour long BTS special, which they will air on Saturday, May 3. The video above is presumably the first section of the special, and you can find the following three segments on Fox’s website.
FX's Tyrant Deserts Us With First Teaser
So what is this preview all about? As Bassam “Barry” Al Fayeed, Brit actor Adam Rayner (Hunted) stands in the middle of a non-specific desert in the middle of an imaginary country, letting sand fall out of his hand. Metaphors abound, but we’re not quite sure what any of them are at this point. Are these the Sands of Time washing away old wounds?
New Outlander Photo Shows Off Fur, Plaid And MacKenzies
Starz has given us a new look at Ronald D. Moore's upcoming series adaptation of Diana Gabaldon's Scotland-set Outlander this week. The new photo shows us brothers Dougal and Colum MacKenzie, played by Graham McTavish and Gary Lewis respectively. The duo are the leaders of their clan, if you couldn't tell by their stature and that massive throne.
Agents Of S.H.I.E.L.D. Trailer For 'The Only Light in the Darkness' Teases Amy Acker's Appearance
Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. delivered another great episode last night, filling us in a bit more on Ward's situation and sending Coulson and his team to their next destination. The preview for next Tuesday night's episode, "The Only Light in the Darkness," gives us a peek at Amy Acker's character Audrey and also indicates that Ward and Skye will be getting a bit closer... or not.
The Strain Teaser Gives Us An Eyeful Of Eclipse
If you're one of those people who gets creeped out over the close-up sight of something burrowing itself into an eye, you probably want to skip the above teaser for FX's The Strain. The creepy "Pupil" teaser runs just ten second long and still manages make us shudder.
Louis C.K. Dives Into The East River For This Heartfelt Louie Promo
Personally, I love these spots that don’t rely on borrowed footage from the series itself, as is the norm with most dramas and shows just starting out. Louie is established enough that he doesn’t need to actually give people any jokes, and most of them wouldn’t work as well out of episodic context anyway. I can only sacrifice rubber chickens to the comedy gods he goes purely zany for next season’s ads, like It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia did with their faux foreign short films.
Rosemary's Baby Trailer Screams For Your Attention
Less than a week after announcing a May premiere, NBC birthed a full trailer for Rosemary’s Baby, their “miniseries event” take on Ira Levin’s devilish 1967 novel. There’s no possible way to approach this update without making immediate mental comparisons to the stellar 1968 film from Roman Polanski, unless you haven’t seen that film, of course.