Well, one thing is clear, Valerie Cherish does a terrible Al Pacino impersonation. The latest teaser for The Comeback has Lisa Kudrow's TV Star character spontaneously quoting The Godfather, only she doesn't seem to recall what movie the line is from. And her Pacino impression isn't very good. But that's kind of what we love about Valerie. Her kind of funny is always just a little bit off.
Syfy's off-the-rails bio-thriller Helix has revealed the first look at the non-Arctic Season 2. Following in the footsteps of Speed 2: Cruise Control, this time, it’s on a boat. Or at least part of it is.
Following up on the previous promotional photos and episode stills, The Walking Dead has released some new character photos, which may hint that times are about to get really tough. Or maybe we're supposed to see the light pouring through the cracks of the wall behind them as a sign that there's hope?
There's good news and bad news, Outlander fans. The bad news is, we have only two episodes remaining in the first half of the first season of Outlander. The good news is, things are about to get very interesting. Even those who haven't read the book have likely figured that out, based on the way last Saturday's episode left off. But if you're not caught up through "The Garrison Commander," read no further!
Matching white shirts? Check. Belted, tapered, acid-washed, high-waisted jeans? Check. Loafers without socks? Check. Everyone up in a tree? Check. Ok, now grab the shoulder of the person in front of you, turn to the camera and give us your stiffest smile. Awkward family photo accomplished!
We’re still almost a month away from the Season 4 premiere of Showtime’s Homeland, but I’m already a complete lack of all things Nicholas Brody. And this full-length trailer is gloriously absent of the series' past. Except for that kid, of course.
Get ready for it, Scandal fans. The juicy ABC drama returns in just over two weeks, and to whet our appetites, ABC has offered up some fantastic promotional photos, which show off the lead characters looking their absolute best.
If you are curious about Stefan’s love interest or Elena’s heartbreak, you won’t have much longer to wait to catch new episodes of The Vampire Diaries. Unlike a few CW shows that were relegated to a midseason premiere, The Vampire Diaries will hit the schedule on Thursday, October 2 at 8 p.m. ET.
As it relates to the start of Season 5 of The Walking Dead, it may be safe to assume that we've seen the bulk of the new footage we're going to see between now and the premiere, with new snippets and teases worked into previously revealed footage. Granted, there's a little over a month until the AMC zombie drama returns for its fifth season, so there's still plenty of time for AMC to promote the series, and we might even get a decent-sized clip or two before the premiere.
Showrunner Scott Gimple and comic creator Robert Kirkman have been promising fans that Season 5 is going to be the most vicious and action-packed season yet, jumping almost immediately into the aftermath of Season 4’s finale. AMC released a slew of new images that give us a good of what many of the characters will look like in the dark days ahead.
For me, clowns don’t get any freakier than Tim Curry’s hysterically frightening performance as Pennywise in Stephen King’s IT, but a lot of that had to do with Curry’s mannerisms and the fact that he killed children. The clown seen here has no formative performance to speak of, and yet he has still become the only thing I see when I close my eyes now.
The Walking Dead seems to be taking its most direct approach ever with its key art this time around. The AMC drama's new poster shows off Andrew Lincoln's Rick Grimes holding a very big gun, looking ready for anything next to the words "Hunt or Be Hunted." "Hunt" seems like one way to put it.
I hate to break it to you Outlander fans, but the Starz drama's first run of episodes has reached the halfway point. We're actually at the quarter-point of the 16-episode first season, but only eight of those episodes are airing this year and we've already seen four of them with four to go.
We're less than a month away from the return of Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. for its second season. Sure, it took a while for the first season to heat up, but it most definitely did heat up by season's end, and the new promo for Season 2 reminds us that S.H.I.E.L.D. is down but not out. The stakes are higher than ever.
The four-part Olive Kitteridge will cover a span of 25 years, and one of these clips comes from later in Olive’s life, as she meets up with Jack Kennison, a haughty Harvard grad played with grizzled grace by Bill Murray