It wasn’t terribly surprising of Netflix to take us back to Litchfield for Orange is the New Black’s first Season 3 trailer last week, but even better news has arrived. Netflix has officially extended everyone’s sentence for 2016, renewing Orange is the New Black for Season 4, and celebrating with a brand-new Season 3 clip!
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The Walking Dead brings a lot more to the table than endless zombie carnage, but did you know that the AMC horror-drama has given over 10 different names for the dead, without once using the Z-word? What sneaky reference to a canine superhero has Robert Kirkman kept in since the pilot? These are just some of the delicious morsels awaiting you in the second episode of 'You Think You Know TV?,' which aims a crossbow at some fresh facts about The Walking Dead!
Justified fans, it has all come down to this. Tonight’s series finale “The Promise,” finally brought the house down, as the six-season rivalry between Raylan Givens (Timothy Olyphant) and Boyd Crowder (Walton Goggins) came to a bloody end. Find out who lived, who died, and who left Harlan alive by our full review of bittersweet series finale “The Promise”!
Late last week, word broke that Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. was already looking to set up its own spinoff, the comic bent of which would become clear by the Season 2 finale. Tonight’s May-centric “Melinda” finally gave us the titular agent’s backstory, but may also have broken the spinoff wide open with Coulson forming a super-team of his very own.
OK, let’s state up front that the Iris material is a complete anchor on the show and that Eddie Thawne is probably the only reasonable person on The Flash when it comes to her being in the dark about Barry Allen’s identity. The show is building towards a place where Eddie is disillusioned by The Flash and ultimately starts the path that Eobard Thawne picks up a few centuries from now. The show can’t undo the mess it’s done here, so it just has to plow through the muck until that glorious, glorious day in which Iris knows Barry Allen’s secret.
When the first half of Game of Thrones Season 5 leaked online, fingers were pointed, voices were raised and the internet exploded into a debate about piracy for the nth time. Meanwhile, HBO’s wildly popular fantasy series premiered to a record audience, proving that not even an unfortunate leak that huge could hinder the show’s insane track record.
Earlier today we caught our first look at David Tennant’s “Purple Man” from the set of Marvel’s AKA Jessica Jones, the latest Netflix Defenders entry to follow Daredevil, but the New York production has a much more Power-ful Man to show off. Meet Marvel’s Luke Cage in new set photos of Mike Colter playing our first hero for hire!
Originally running from 1998 through 2002, Celebrity Deathmatch was an MTV staple, pitting various famous faces from various branches of the entertainment industry against each other in brutal fights to the death (all of them rendered in stop–motion animation). Following its cancellation, the show was revived once more in 2005, this time on MTV2, before being cancelled again in 2007. Now, it looks like the network is returning to that bloody claymation well once more. Celebrity Deathmatch will soon make a grand return to MTV2.
This weekend’s launch of Marvel’s Netflix Daredevil was met with resounding success, though the visually impaired quickly responded that the streaming service hadn’t catered the blind superhero to their own needs. Now, Netflix has attached to its Daredevil release a new audio track specifically designed for blind audiences, with intent to add similar tracks to its other original programs.
Amid the flurry of new superhero TV series in development, NBC’s Constantine never quite caught on the way DC’s A-List CW stars or even Marvel’s minimalist approach did. Now, a report has surfaced suggesting NBC might formally have pulled the plug on Constantine, leaving the demon-fighting detective without a home (for now).