Well, seeing as we’re about to dust off the ol’ “video game movies suck” routine, it stands to reason we might see if TV fares any better. Popular platformer Mirror’s Edge has in mind to leap into the TV world, according to a new deal with Endemol Shine Studios.
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Like the Fight Club that help inspired it, Mr. Robot likely had a tough time explaining its exact premise in Season 1 promotion, but increased visibility for Season 2 is taking fsociety nationwide. See for yourself in two new viral clips from Season 2, as both the news and Obama himself respond to the changing state of world affairs after mastermind (?) Tyrell Wellick’s attack.
Both Daredevil and Jessica Jones took a low-key approach to costuming its heroes and villains, Luke Cage included, but a Harlem change of scenery appears to have brought some interesting design out of the woodwork. Get your first look at Erik LaRay Harvey suited up as Marvel villain “Diamondback” squaring off with the hero for hire!
Now that we’ve put that big Hodor twist (and hopefully its jokes) behind us, Game of Thrones has even more “Blood of My Blood” to spill by the looks of next Sunday’s photos. Arya seems ready to complete her first assassination, while a deadly public conflict with the High Sparrow looms, but is another big death waiting in the wings?
FX’s The Americans has been building tension to an all-time high in the final episodes of Season 4, but we knew the moderately-rated spy drama would have to bring the Cold War to an end eventually. So it is, that FX has issued a two-season renewal to The Americans, ending the series altogether in 2018.
Game of Thrones’ big Hodor twist has been dissected every which way; whether it does, or doesn’t spoil the books, and even word from Kristian Nairn himself, but nothing feels quite so devastating as the onslaught of new “Hodor” gags wrought by Sunday’s “The Door.” For that, showrunners David Benioff and Dan Weiss must apologize.
“Critics are the worst,” opines critical darling BoJack Horseman in the first official Season 3 footage of his summer return, now set for a July Netflix bow. He may be right, but that won’t stop us from lining up to fawn over the animated dramedy’s star-studded return.
More and more TV shows each year make it impossible to keep up with everything, even as choice Sunday real estate goes to conversation-starters like Game of Thrones and The Walking Dead. Well, get ready to not talk about the big Starz shows on Monday, now that the cable outlet will switch to Sunday premieres, from its usual Saturday.
The Flash may have royally screwed up the timeline by its Season 2 finale “The Race of His Life,” but the hour brought with it plenty of other startling revelations to play with in Season 3 this fall. Chief among them, that masked star confirms we’ll see his character again in Season 3, as well likely to share some involvement with the most recent Legends of Tomorrow twist.
Holding doors will never be the same.