Hope of hopes, the long-awaited Deadwood revival got our hopes ups a few months back with talk that the movie reunion had finally gotten off the ground, but in the world of TV, months can be a lifetime. Now, HBO’s president swears up and down that the movie will happen, just as soon as David Milch finds the opportunity (and cast).
A sad day for fans of Ralph Richeson and Deadwood alike, as the actor behind one of the most memorable, if overlooked characters of the HBO series has passed away. The breakout David Milch star was well-remembered for his soft-spoken turn as Richardson, one of the HBO western’s resident fixtures.
Reviving old TV series practically seems like old hat at this point, though HBO’s Deadwood ranks up among Firefly as a fabled reunion we’d come to relinquish hope for. Well, you may want to start practicing your swears, as HBO has unofficially resumed negotiations for a Deadwood movie, as confirmed by one its stars.
'Supernatural' may not see the Winchester brothers back on the case until October 8, but fans needn't wait one moment longer for a first look at new premiere episode "I Think I'm Gonna Like It Here"! The CW's first photo set from the all-new installment has come crashing to Earth, revealing along with it the first arrival of Tahmoh Penikett's new character, and a fan-favorite already showing his ghostly, grizzled mug once again!
'Revolution''s first NBC season brought with it several 'Supernatural' reunions, in pairing stars Mark Pellegrino, Todd Stashwick and Colin Ford with original 'Supernatural' creator and 'Revolution showrunner Eric Kripke. Now, the second season of NBC's 'Revolution'-ary sci-fi thriller brings the biggest 'Supernatural' vet yet, tasking Jim Beaver for an intriguing new role!
The producers of 'Supernatural' have consistently reminded fans that few deaths can ever be considered permanent within the series, and Jim Beaver's Bobby may just outshine the Winchesters themselves when it comes to returning from the great beyond. Beaver has officially signed on to reprise his role in season 9, but what brings the Winchester mentor down to Earth?
What the what? 'Supernatural,' 'Justified' and even sometime 'Breaking Bad' star Jim Beaver will guest on an upcoming episode of 'Dexter' season 7, and no one shouted it from the mountaintops? In spite of a bit of Twitter attention, the news received earlier in the summer, it seems the 'Supernatural' star has indeed landed himself a role late in the seventh season of 'Dexter,' but who might he play? Check out the latest pictures to find out!
Unabashedly, we love Jim Beaver. Not only has the actor provided one of the strongest characters across seven seasons of 'Supernatural,' but popped up in everything from 'Justified' to 'Breaking Bad,' even recently. Now, a very justifiable (heh) rumor has placed Beaver in talks for a role in the coming seasons of 'Dexter,' and possibly even 'The Office' spin-off 'The Farm,' should it go to series. How far have discussions gone, and who would he play?