Series hitting their tenth season tend to either be news-related or animated, but The CW’s Supernatural is seemingly as strong as ever, kicking things off this past week with a premiere that took the characters in a completely different direction from where they were. But in case you aren’t yet caught up on the ghastly adventures of Sam and Dean, now's your chance.
San Diego Comic-Con officially kicks off a week from today, so the timing is perfect for Warner Bros. to unveil the designs for the collectible bags, which will be handed out to all registered attendees when they arrive to pick up their SDCC badges.
Warner Bros. Television has announced their plans for Comic-Con in San Diego later this month. That includes the traditional Wednesday pilot screenings for preview night, as well as a bevy of panels for their new and popular TV series during the convention.
Season 2 of The Following wrapped up tonight with an episode that offered a few interesting twists and a conclusion that felt almost too final. But not everything was completely wrapped up. And frankly, we wouldn't describe "Forgive" as a happy ending, but it was one of the more entertaining hours of the season.
"Spoilers if you aren't caught up on The Following Through Season 2's penultimate episode, "Silence." Last night's episode of The Following took out a key player in this story, and left another in major jeopardy. The above preview gives us a look at next Monday night's season finale, "Forgive."
Early renewals have been a bit of a thing for Fox this year, with Sleepy Hollow nabbing a second season pretty early on. We’ve got a little while before the networks start rolling out pickups and renewals in full force, but on Friday Fox opted to give us a little bit of a teaser regarding what is to come.
“Oh the surface, he’s really keeping it together,” Kevin Bacon says, speaking about his character Ryan Hardy in the new sneak peek for The Following Season 2. “But in the darker corridors of his psyche, maybe not so much.” It makes sense in a way. Joe Carroll’s follows aren’t the most mentally stable people. Maybe following him, either as a fan or — in Hardy’s case — a foe, requires access to the darker corridors of a person’s psyche.
Fox has released promotional photos of the lead characters in the second season of The Following. In addition to giving us a look at one of the newcomers, one photo in particular is especially spoilery — or not spoilery at all, depending on what you think will happen in Season 2 — so read and look ahead with that in mind!
Creepy and dramatic was kind of a theme during the first season of Fox’s The Following, and judging by the teasers for the upcoming second season of Kevin Williamson’s serial killer thriller, it’s one that will carry over to Season 2. Another theme in Season 1 were the creepy Edgar Allan Poe masks that Joe Carroll’s followers wore when they were carrying out some of their most heinous misdeeds.
Believe it or not, we’re at the point in the year when the networks will start setting their January premiere dates. 2014 is not that far away, and for Fox, it marks the return of winter series American Idol and The Following, as well as the debut of new series Rake and Enlisted.
Spoilers if you aren’t caught up on The Following through Season 1! Joe Carroll is dead. Or is he? The first season of The Following left off with James Purefoy’s character dying in a fire after facing off with Kevin Bacon’s Ryan Hardy. The teaser for the series’ second season offers a pretty obvious hint that Mr. Carroll may not be as dead as he’d like people to believe.
Is Zach Hamilton the next Dexter? That's a question that remains to be answered during the final season of Dexter. It was really only just posed during Sunday night's episode - if you're not caught up, consider yourselves spoiler-warned! - as Dexter stalked the young murderer and plotted to kill him before eventually deciding to take the lad under his wing and be his Harry.
Capes are back! Or they will be at Comic-Con this year. Someone tell Edna ("No capes!"). Warner Bros. unveiled the official 2013 Comic-Con bags and they come with detachable capes. That, added to the announcement that the bags are fashioned like a backpack this year causes me some mild concern that many of us may feel compelled to run while wearing it, as such a compulsion can arise when wearing a cape.
For the passionate TV fan, it's not difficult to find great TV-related panels at Comic-Con. In fact, the real challenge is trying to figure out how to get to all of the great panels in a given day, which is virtually impossible. When it comes down to it, it's all about prioritizing. And Friday's schedule is a prime example. Is it possible to get to the Adventure Time panel at the Hilton and also make The Walking Dead panel over in Hall H?
Warren Kole showed us his tidy side in USA's short-lived cop series Common Law, and then he took things to a creepy level when he headed over to Fox for his role in the cult drama The Following. Now it looks like the actor is headed back to USA for a spot on White Collar. The USA series stars Matt Bomer as Neal Caffrey, a "white collar criminal" who now works with the FBI to help them solve crimes. Kole's set to play a recurring role in the series' fifth season,