We’re eager for a first look at John Singleton’s crack-cocaine drama Snowfall, and FX is finally starting to deliver. Check out some familiar imagery from 1983 South Central as new teasers reveals how the drug slowly became a full-blown epidemic.
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The Walking Dead’s Season 7 finale definitely moved Rick’s list of allies up and down a few notches, so he could use some help when “All Out War” arrives in Season 8. Thankfully, a new casting report hints at two more major characters joining the battle against Negan, potentially even as series regulars.
Cinemax is getting back into hard-hitting action, and there’s no better series to lead the charge than a revived Strike Back. See Season 5’s reboot in (figurative) action with a first production photo, and new details of the Jordan-Hungary shoot.
‘Arrow’ Season 5 kicks off its final episodes with some “Dangerous Liaisons,” but does Felicity’s choice to break bad foreshadow an ominous exit in the finale? And are Diggle and Lyla finally through? Find out in our full review!
Boy, we thought SNL had it out for Sean Spicer. The Simpsons takes aim at a monster of its own making with a new clip grading Trump’s first 100 days in office, but it’s Ol’ Spicey who really takes the heat. See for yourself in a new gag from the series.
All year long The Flash has seen Cisco rocking his Vibe costume (even giving Barry a future upgrade), so where are Caitlin’s Frost-y new threads? Watch Killer Frost make her formal Earth-1 debut in new Savitar-teasing photos and footage of next week’s “I Know Who You Are.”
SNL declared its final hosts of the season earlier than usual, tying the announcements of Jimmy Fallon, Chris Pine, Melissa McCarthy and Dwayne Johnson to its live coast-to-coast debut. Now, the final shows have Katy Perry and others among the musical guests, assuming the Writers Guild strike doesn’t shutter the season early.
Sadly, MTV Scream fans are going to have to wait a lot longer (like, forever) to finally answer the Brandon James mystery. Season 3 has confirmed plans to reboot the premise with new showrunners, even adding Queen Latifah as a new producer.
Hulu’s take on The Handmaid’s Tale is nothing less than a terrifying and timely triumph, but readers of Margaret Atwood’s 1985 novel will notice some major changes from the book. In particular, executive producer Bruce Miller explains why the show’s Gilead oppression concentrates on gender and fertility, where the original’s dystopia also extended to race.
Let the speculation commence! Like any good reunion, Family Matters might be off to the races after nothing more than a simple photo. See Eddie Winslow hanging out with Steve Urkel again in a new reunion photo for the sitcom favorite.