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We’ve been waiting 23 long years to see Bruce Campbell return to the role of the deadite-stomping Ash Williams, though it feels like even more. Now we finally have our first official look at Ash and his chainsaw hand, as well as his new cohorts.
American Gods is officially moving forward over at Starz, and while the series hasn’t signed on any big names to act, yet, the drama did add a huge name over the weekend. Reports indicate that Neil Gaiman, will actually be involved with the Starz program.
While comic book fans wait with bated breath to see if Joseph Gordon-Levitt will ever get his Sandman adaptation off of the ground, we now know that Neil Gaiman's American Gods has been ordered to series by Starz.
Starz frequently has a penchant for renewing original programming early—especially if a program is getting good buzz. Following a record-breaking Season 2 premiere, the subscription cable network has decided to go ahead and greenlight Power for a third season.
Outlander just recently wrapped up its first season over at Starz, but the subscription cable network is already looking toward Season 2. Master Raymond and a few other well-known characters from Diana Gabaldon's book series have already been cast.
Before today, I would have sworn on the Necronomicon that there was no way I could have possibly been more excited about Starz's Ash vs. Evil Dead. And then Campbell went and made me go all high-pitched cackle at my computer screen.
We’ve culled together several lifetime’s worth of TV viewing, put all the data into a giant 1980s computer, and out popped a list of the 10 greatest cable channels of these modern times.
Coming off of his Best Supporting Actor Oscar win for Whiplash, J.K. Simmons is returning to TV for the first time since the short-lived comedy Growing Up Fisher. And this looks like one of his strangest roles yet.
Upon reaching their 70s, most people decide to settle back into retirement and take life one step at a time. Patrick Stewart, however, is hitting upon some of the more interesting roles in his career, and his next one involves getting shitfaced for the new Starz comedy Blunt Talk> Check out the first trailer.
The violence on Black Sails often ebbs and flows; thus is the nature of a series that is halfway about piracy and halfway about politics in a world that is still untamed. Despite seeing some pretty brutal moments throughout the second season of Starz’s period drama, nothing quite prepared us for this weekend’s penultimate episode.
Xena: The Warrior Princess star Lucy Lawless has most recently signed on for a role in Starz’s highly anticipated horror series Ash vs. Evil Dead. All is right with the world…except for all those Deadites, of course.
Starz became a hero of sorts to a lot of horror fans when they picked up Ash vs. Evil Dead some months back. Campbell recently came out and shared a few background facts about the series, including how many seasons Raimi and the writers are planning.
There are few series on the horizon that have captured our attention (with one hand) more than the upcoming debut of Starz’s Ash Vs. Evil Dead, the first time Bruce Campbell’s iconic horror hero Ash will hit the small screen. And he won’t be busting Deadites’ heads alone, either.
As promised, Starz has delivered another sip of Outlander to quench (or taunt) our thirst during the great #Droughtlander of 2014-2015. This taste comes in the form of the opening scene, which includes an intro from Ronald D. Moore...
“Some people toe the line. Others Walk the Line. Walter Blunt Will Do A Line, If politely offered.” That's the premise laid out in the teaser clip of the new series Blunt Talk, starring Patrick Stewart. See for yourself.