He's never even seen like one episode...
Listen. Sometimes people arrive late to the party. People like me, who are currently watching both The Sopranos and Six Feet Under. Don’t judge us! We’re fine. And then there are people like Robert De Niro, who still haven’t shown up to the party, and aren’t necessarily convinced that they need to make an appearance. De Niro shocked the world when he confessed recently that, after starring in all those gangster flicks, he has yet to watch the HBO series. Click inside for more!
Circoc bottles flying, endless cat fights and the first gay couple
I can feel it. I can feel you all judging me, but I promise you it’s not as harshly as I’m judging myself right now. But here’s the thing—you don’t know me, you don’t know my struggle! I have tried to quit this show before, I trieeeddd. I missed the entire last season of Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta, but Love & Hip Hop: Hollywood was so horrifyingly bad/amazingly entertaining, that I can’t miss it. I CAN’T! I’m obsessed with Lil Fizz. I’m obsessed with Moniece. And it’s a mess. I’m a mess. Please watch this super trailer so that I’m not alone in this. Also, they have added the [incredibly hot] First Gay Couple of the series (although, technically, Kalenna of LHHATL was first… which shows I know way too much about this whole movement). Peep the video for more!
Reports of her 'AHS' retirement
have been greatly exaggerated are complete b.s.
Back in October of 2013, Jessica Lange revealed to the world her desire to “retire” from acting and give up her lead role on the FX drama American Horror Story. Then, we learned out that her retirement from acting wouldn’t be absolute, that she would take on acting roles that appealed to her from time to time. Then, we found out that Jessica has teamed up with AHS creator Ryan Murphy for a Broadway show. Then, we found out that Jessica has decided to remain open to appearing on AHS again. Today we learn that she will definitely be appearing in the new season of the show, American Horror Story: Hotel. The official Facebook page for the show made the announcement that Lange will be “checking in” this season … which really means that she never really retired from the show after all. More »
Parting is such sweet sorrow
Two weeks ago we got to see promo image stills from the forthcoming series finale episode of Hannibal on NBC and today, we get to see a clip from the episode. Titled The Wrath of the Lamb, the series finale episode will air on Saturday night on NBC, bringing to a close the world of Hannibal on network television. While there is still hope that this incarnation of Hannibal (including its creators and actors) may live on as a film or films, the sad reality is that the series is coming to a final close this weekend. Before we say goodbye to this amazing show, click below to watch a clip of footage from the episode where Will Graham (Hugh Dancy) says his goodbyes to Dr. Hannibal Lecter (Mads Mikkelsen) … one last time. More »
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Last month, we got to see the first teaser video for the forthcoming 5th season of Homeland on Showtime which gave us a tiny taste of the changes coming to the storyline. Today we get to see the first, full-length trailer for Homeland season 5 and as you can see above, it gives us a very good understanding of what we can expect from the forthcoming season. The new season picks up 2 years after the end of season 4 and it will focus initially on ex-CIA agent Carrie Mathison (Claire Danes) working as a private citizen in Berlin, Germany. As you can see above, Carrie‘s past catches up with her and forces her into an incredibly complicated situation that will force her back into the life she thought she left behind. I like this trailer. I wasn’t sure how I felt about the course of the new season based on the teaser we saw last month but I am impressed by how things are clarified in this new trailer. Homeland season 5 premieres on Showtime on October 7. I am so in, are you?
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The Mayans will ride again
Earlier this month we learned from series creator Kurt Sutter that FX is still very much interested in producing a prequel series to Sons of Anarchy which may air on the network some time in the future (after Sutter‘s new FX series The Bastard Executioner gets settled on the network). Today, tho, we learn that another Sons of Anarchy series may come to FX sooner than the SoA prequel. Sutter reveals that he is developing a SoA spin-off series that will focus on the rival motorcycle club The Mayans, who were featured on Sons of Anarchy. At this early stage, there aren’t a lot of concrete details about this possible show but we do have enough info for SoA fans to get excited about. More »
"It’s a different tone. But it’s still the show"
The cast of American Horror Story: Hotel is featured on the cover and in the pages of this week’s issue of Entertainment Weekly magazine, with it’s new lead star Lady Gaga front and center. The new season of the show is the focus of this issue and as you can see in the gallery presented here, we get our first look at the various characters who will be introduced and featured on the show. Ryan Murphy tells EW magazine that this season of AHS will have a different tone without Jessica Lange as the lead actress but he promises that it will still be American Horror Story. Click through the gallery to see actors like Angela Bassett, Kathy Bates, Naomi Campbell, Max Greenfield, Evan Peters and more in character as they will appear on AHS: Hotel and then click below to learn more about the storyline of the show, direct from creator Ryan Murphy himself. More »
Coming Halloween 2015
Back in May, we got our first look at the first teaser released for the new Starz original TV series Ash Vs. Evil Dead and today we get to see the just-released second teaser for the series. Ash Vs. Evil Dead is a sequel series of sorts to the original Evil Dead and Army of Darkness films that made Bruce Campbell a star. As you can see in the teaser embedded above, this new series will feature the same humor and silly gore that has made the Evil Dead franchise a beloved cult classic. Have a look at this teaser and see how many times it makes you laugh. I’m really looking forward to this new series, which will appropriately premiere on Starz on Hallowe’en.
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It's almost time
As the premiere date for The Walking Dead season 6 draws closer, the promo stuff from the new season is coming with more frequency. Back in July, we got to see the first trailer for The Walking Dead season 6 after it was debuted at San Diego Comic-Con. Entertainment Weekly magazine gave us an inside look at the new season in a cover story feature on the new season just a few weeks ago. Today, we get to see a moody new promo video titled We Are One that showcases the characters that know and love (and still live). Additionally, a clip of footage from the season 6 premiere episode was debuted on The Talking Dead last night, which you can watch in full below. Click the embed above to watch the moody promo clip then click below to watch actual episode footage and feed your need for The Walking Dead. More »
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"You ain't seen nothin' yet"
Earlier this month, we saw a promo video for the forthcoming second season of Gotham on Fox and, as you may recall, the video promo focused on the lunatics who have taken over control of Arkham Asylum. Today we get to see a new promo video for Gotham that makes plainly clear that the villains will rise when the show’s sophomore season premieres on September 21. As you can see in the video embedded above, season 2 of Gotham will bring us the return of some of the villains featured in season 1 (like the possible Joker) and will introduce new baddies (including a very Catwoman-like character, clad in skintight latex rubber and wielding a bullwhip). Gotham was one of my fave shows of the last TV season so I’m anxious for its return next month. In a city famous for its villains, it’ll be fun to get back to Gotham and see how they are doing.
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