Just when we thought FX's fifth season of 'Justified' had gotten underway with its full complement of guest stars, in comes one more for the penultimate season of Timothy Olyphant's gunslinger drama. Academy Award-winner (and 'Back to the Future Part III' vet) Mary Steenburgen has been added to 'Justified''s fifth season, but what surprising connection does she have with fan favorite Wynn Duffy?
Last week we got our first look look at FX's forthcoming 'Fargo' TV series, before the network revealed the Coen brothers-adapted drama's April premiere date at the TCA press tour, though at last the star-studded true crime drama series has a cast photo gallery worthy of its pedigree. See the stars of FX's 'Fargo' in a full set of photos from the premiere!
'The Simpsons' has made countless headlines over the last year with its tributes to famed artists, LEGO tie-ins and memorial content, but the biggest story won't hit until late 2014. Following the massive syndication deal struck with FX, all 530 episodes across 24 seasons of the long-running FOX comedy will be made available to stream via FXNow!
On tonight's new episode of 'American Horror Story: Coven,' Fiona and Marie have a long-awaited showdown with the witch-hunter corporation, while Cordelia makes a desperate sacrifice to protect the coven (yeah, saw that one coming -- no pun intended). Meanwhile, familiar faces return both to our delight and disappointment because no one stays dead on this show, and Myrtle talks a lot about fashion and love and uses words that she may or may not have made up.
'American Horror Story: Coven' will soon come to a close, starting anew the guessing game of what new horrors season 4 will concoct. We knew a few small tidbits, particularly that we'd be getting another period piece, but the official year has now been revealed, along with an update on series star Jessica Lange's fourth and presumably final franchise character.
Late last week gave us our first look at FX's forthcoming Guillermo del Toro-driven vampire drama 'The Strain,' but with a July premiere fast approaching, we'll need more than pictures. Fresh details of the adapted horror series have emerged straight from del Toro and showrunner Carlton Cuse themselves, along with an early look at the opening scene!
‘Justified’ season 5 takes aim with its second installment of the year in “The Kids Aren't All Right,” as Raylan Givens (Timothy Olyphant) finds himself negotiating with Memphis mobsters to protect young Loretta, while Boyd finds Lee Paxton's wife Mara (Karolina Wydra) to have an agenda of her own.
Last week’s ‘Justified’ premiere “A Murder of Crowes” saw Raylan encountering the Crowe family in the Florida swamps, while Boyd (Walton Goggins) attempted to bargain with the collapsing Detroit mob, and reached a breaking point trying to free Ava from prison., so what will the second episode of ‘Justified’ season 5 bring? Has a new big bad arrived to make life in Harlan worse than ever?
Read on for your in-depth recap of everything you need to know about ‘Justified’ season 5, episode 2 “The Kids Aren't All Right!”
FX's forthcoming 'Fargo' adaptation isn't the first attempt at adapting Joel and Ethan Coen's 1996 Oscar-nominee for the small-screen, but it may be the most ambitious. The cast and crew gathered at the ongoing TCA press tour to discuss the future of the series, wherein FX revealed that we'll take our first trip into the 10-episodes series with 'Fargo''s April debut.
It's good news-bad news from the FX panel at the ongoing Television Critics Association press tour, as the cable network has revealed some tantalizing new comedies from the likes of Zach Galifianakis and Charlie Kaufman, but confirmed the fates of its current lineup. Timothy Olyphant gunslinger drama 'Justified' has been confirmed to end after its next season, while 'American Horror Story's next cycle will likely take us back in time once more.
FX remains among the critical favorites for its high-profile talent and strong approach to original storytelling, but the latest pilot news to come out of the TCA press tour has even the most stalwart viewers excited. 'The Hangover' vet Zach Galifianakis will star in a new FX sitcom executive produced by Louis C.K., while John Hawkes and 'Arrested Development''s Michael Cera will star in the new Charlie Kaufman pilot 'How & Why.'