In spite of their increasing pedigree, we haven't paid much attention to Cinemax's original series, but the latest additions to the pay cable network's upcoming drama series 'Quarry' have proven far too tempting to ignore. 'Die Hard' franchise star and 'Scott Pilgrim Vs. The World' babe Mary Elizabeth Winstead has joined Cinemax's 'Quarry' in her first regular TV role since rising to fame, joining 'The Avengers' and 'Thor' star Stellan Skarsgard, among others.
While HBO's 'Behind the Candelabra' continues to earn rave reviews before its premiere, Steven Soderbergh has made yet another amendment to his alleged retirement, set to direct and produce a new 1900s series for Cinemax titled 'The Knick,' starring 'Sin City's Clive Owen. Get the first details of the hot new project inside!
While many of us were disheartened to learn that 'True Blood' creator Alan Ball would be stepping down as showrunner for the sixth season of HBO's bloody drama, the news was tempered by the fact that Ball would swiftly return to TV to helm Cinemax's pulpy thriller 'Banshee.' The network kept the project pretty secretive at first, but how would you like to see the first trailer? Is it every bit as bloody, sexy and action-packed as its spiritual predecessor?
Oh Tywin Lannister, is there nothing you don't come across coolly vindictive in? Cinemax's UK action thriller 'Strike Back' barrels toward the sixth episode of its season tonight, and if you haven't strapped in for this explosive Friday thriller, you're missing out! With Mossad hot on the trail of Stonebridge and Scott, Conrad Knox ('Game of Thrones' Charles Dance) unveils his deadly plans, but what happens when his home comes under attack?
Admittedly, we haven't paid too much attention to the development of Alan Ball's first post-'True Blood' project, that of the upcoming Cinemax thriller 'Banshee.' Cinemax's star has been on the rise following development of their stable of original series, from sexy noir thriller 'Femme Fatales' to action-drama 'Strike Back,' and even the upcoming 'Transporter' adaptation. So what can we learn from the first teaser for 'Banshee'?
Clever, we know. We'd more or less forgotten that the 'Transporter' coming to Cinemax as a 12-episode TV series was even a thing, considering the last major news we heard was the show casting Chris Vance as its eponymous driver in May of 2011, followed by an on-set injury and a number of creative overhauls. Even the release of the series' first trailer seems curiously quite all things considered, but without further ado...'Transporter!' It has cars.
Here's an unlikely combination: 'CSI' star, William Petersen and the network that gave us 'Co-Ed Confidential' and 'Lingerie,' Cinemax. The HBO sister channel is partnering with Petersen on 'Hurt People,' an original scripted series and the latest attempt at bringing mainstream programming to the network loving referred to as "Skinemax."