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The series is currently gearing up for Season 2, which should correspond to the second book in the popular fantasy series. Because of this, there are plenty of castings that are happening this season that fans have excitedly been waiting for.
Moira Walley-Beckett has brought to life a big city story set in the cutthroat world of ballet, where many hopefuls scrape and claw to try to get to the top while others desperately hang on near the bottom of the barrel. It’s a world without villains or heroes and it works.
It’s been 23 long and deadite-free years since we last saw Bruce Campbell in the role of the cockstrong and weaponized horror icon Ash Williams for the epic Army of Darkness. But Starz's Ash vs Evil Dead was absolutely worth the wait.
Ash vs Evil Dead has yet to premiere in the United States, but Starz already has some great news for fans of the Deadite-oriented action series. Ash vs Evil Dead has already been renewed. Here's what we know about the second season.
Everything that we have seen so far from Ash vs Evil Dead has convinced me this show is going to be one of the best of the year, if not THE best. The first four minutes of the premiere episode do not prove that assumption wrong.
With a new British dignitary attempting to take over Nassau and the emergence of Blackbeard on the scene, fans are sure to be in for a treat. You can check out the first trailer for Black Sails Season 3, here.
If you took a bag full of holy craps and put it into a crate full of holy craps and dropped it into an ocean full of holy craps, that would still only be a fraction of the holy craps that this new footage from Ash vs Evil Dead delivers. This show will be amazing.
In just a little over a month, Starz will be premiering Ash vs Evil Dead on Halloween night, thus cementing it as one of the coolest TV networks ever. And it seems like the execs are fully interested in keeping the horror comedy train rolling.
Evil Dead fans have probably been wondering if Ash’s return to audiences for Starz's upcoming series would take place entirely in a present-day setting, or if the show would travel through time like we’ve seen the franchise do in the past. And Bruce Campbell is here to let the world know if that's possible or not.
You know that great idea you had for a TV show or movie? Regardless of whether you came up with it on your own or not, there is definitely someone out there who is willing to sue ou over it. That's what's happening to 50 Cent over the drama Power.
Outlander is currently in the middle of production on its second season, which is set to air on Starz in 2016. We’ve already gotten some juicy tidbits regarding the upcoming season of the drama, now here's another regarding newcomer Brianna.
Starz just signed on for a third season of Survivor’s Remorse, which is great news for fans of the basketball and family-oriented comedy series. While the comedy didn’t earn one of Starz’s signature early renewals, Season 2 did premiere just a few weeks ago and numbers are up!
It looks at life in the high-paced world of TV production and focuses on an interesting and unique TV personality (not unlike stuff like The Newsroom). Regardless, the Starz comedy is unlike any other show of its ilk.
Recently, we learned that Da Vinci’s Demons will be ending after Season 3 on Starz, and this week Starz CEO Chris Albrecht revealed a big reason the network ultimately decided to drop the series. Find out more after the jump.
Starz has been a pioneer in early renewals, and fans of the subscription network’s drama Black Sails got an extremely early renewal this week. On Friday, Starz announced that Black Sails will definitely return for a fourth season months and months ahead of the show’s Season 3 release.