Despite not returning until June 22, 'Falling Skies' season 4 has been none-too-shy with footage of late, teasing out yet another epic trailer from WonderCon this past weekend. The latest prophesies a few new wrinkles to the TNT alien actioner's fourth round, along with a potentially major reveal for a mystery character we've seen in every trailer to date.
Over the weekend, fan-favorite BBC-A clone drama 'Orphan Black' returned for its much-anticipated second season, allowing Golden Globe nominee Tatiana Maslany to portray her various clone characters once more. The second season premiere "Nature Under Constraint and Vexed" kicked up a few new mysteries to be sure, but what about that shocking major twist in the final moments? How did that character return?
A few weeks ago 'True Blood' doled out the first bit of new footage from the seventh and final season among its other spring offerings, but now the time has come for a much juicier meal. See Sookie and our other Bon Temps favorites take on legions of sick vampires, one another, and even FEMA in the first full trailer for the final season of 'True Blood' this summer!
‘Mad Men’ season 7 pitches its 2nd episode of the final season, “A Day's Work,” as Don is forced to explain to Sally the reality of his work situation, while Pete finds himself overlooked in Los Angeles, and Joan's frustrations lead to a new opportunity.
Last week’s ‘Mad Men’ premiere, “Time Zones,” saw Don finding a new creative outlet amid trips to New York and California, while Peggy struggled with her new boss, and Joan attempted to salvage a departing account. So what does the second episode of the final season bring?
Read on for your in-depth recap of everything you need to know about ‘Mad Men’ season 7, episode 2, “A Day's Work”!
‘Game of Thrones’ season 4 conjures its third episode of the season, “Breaker of Chains,” as Kings' Landing deals with the aftermath of the so-called "Purple Wedding," while Jon Snow comes to a grave realization about the Wildlings, and Daenerys sets her sights on Mereen.
Last week's ‘Game of Thrones’ season premiere “The Lion and the Rose” saw the royal wedding of Joffrey and Margaery Tyrell going predictably awry, while Tyrion made a heartbreaking sacrifice, and Ramsay Bolton got a new mission from his father. So, what does the latest installment of season 4 bring?
Read on for your in-depth recap of everything you need to know about ‘Game of Thrones’ season 4, episode 3, “Breaker of Chains!”
It was an exceptionally seasonable March afternoon in Louisiana that a group of reporters piled into a bus headed through rural Louisiana toward the exterior 'Salem' set in Grand Cane, located in a farmland forest that entirely concealed the grandeur within. Mind you, I’d never been on an exterior set visit for such an elaborate period drama, let alone one that constructed a working town of 25 exterior buildings (and 13 custom interiors) against the backdrop of a scenic lake, which itself we’re told would be digitally expanded to better emulate the Massachusetts coast.
WGN America’s ‘Salem’ will hit the tubes this weekend as the network’s first original scripted drama, and, more now than ever, I remember the quick response director David Von Ancken ('Hell On Wheels') gave during an on-set interview for ‘Salem,' as I asked what message the network intended to convey with such a bold choice for its first original. “We’ve arrived,” he shot back, a phrase I’d repeat multiple times throughout the weekend.
This past week brought 'Supernatural' back from a brief hiatus to tackle the menace of "Meta Fiction," while two weeks time will introduce us to the "Bloodlines" spinoff we've heard so much about, but in the meantime Sam and Dean are calling in an old friend. Sheriff Mills (Kim Rhodes) returns to enlist the boys' help in taking down vampires for "Alex Annie Alexis Ann," but what do the full set of photos reveal?
This past week's 'Arrow' installment "The Man Under the Hood" took its post-"Deathstroke" time to pivot a few characters toward their season 2 endgame, but at least one major obstacle remains before Oliver and the other can take down Slade: none other than Roy himself! The red-hooded hero loses control of his rage in next week's "Seeing Red," and the full set of photos don't spell out a promising fate for the young street tough.
Fans of Netflix's breakout original 'Orange is the New Black' were disheartened to learn that series star Laura Prepon would only return in a significantly reduced capacity for the second season , eventually confirmed to be four episodes, but whatever keeps Alex offscreen for the new season premiering June 6 seems to have fortunately fallen by the wayside. Could Laura Prepon's Alex be back full time for her precious Piper in season 3?
We've seen a few looks at 'American Horror Story' creator Ryan Murphy's forthcoming HBO tearjerker 'The Normal Heart' already, but the latest full trailer for the star-studded AIDS drama is easily the most intense, and emotionally intriguing yet, particularly for fans of its star-studded cast.