Netflix’s Baz Luhrmann-helmed The Get Down proved one of the first notable examples of streaming series breaking up their episode runs, but at long last, Part II is headed to the stage. Wave goodbye to your social life in April, as The Get Down announces its return in a first teaser.
From the World Series to the Super Bowl, FOX’s 24: Legacy is going to make time fly. A new trailer for the action icon’s next iteration debuted during Tuesday’s baseball tee-off, promising a new day and all the explosions therein for 24: Legacy’s Super Bowl premiere.
Kiefer Sutherland has made abundantly clear his intent to leave 24 breakout Jack Bauer behind, but FOX can’t say the same of its onetime flagship franchise. Spinoff-reboot 24: Legacy has officially been ordered to series with Walking Dead star Corey Hawkins in the lead, while Sutherland has agreed to executive produce.
Not to beat the drum on Netflix doubling its original programming across 2016, but have two more! Our first look at Moulin Rouge director Baz Luhrmann’s take on 1970s New York hip-hop The Get Down has arrived, along with an extended sneak peek of Queen Elizabeth II miniseries The Crown.
‘Sons of Anarchy’ season 7 roars out its 2nd episode of the final year, “Toil and Till,” as Jax enacts a new plan to seek vengeance against the Chinese, while Juice weighs the need to leave town, and Unser starts work as a consulting investigator under Charming's new Sheriff.
And lo, another 'Sons of Anarchy' season finale has come to pass, bringing at least two major offerings for the reaper and another nail in the coffin of the FX biker drama's hope for a happy ending. As the dust settles, we look to series creator Kurt Sutter to explain the rational behind the shocking deaths of season 6 closer "A Mother's Work," and lay the groundwork for Jax Teller's likely final ride in season 7.
Just days after FX drama 'Sons of Anarchy' confirmed that late season 5 villain Lee Toric (Donal Logue) would indeed return for the show's sixth season, the Kurt Sutter-fronted biker saga has shored up another major player for season 6. Having appeared repeatedly in the fifth season, Jimmy Smits and his character Neron "Nero" Padilla will indeed return for season 6, but in a surprising capacity. Get the scoop on Nero's return for 'Sons of Anarchy' season 6 inside!
Deja vu, anyone? Now that 'Sons of Anarchy's Jax Teller (Charlie Hunnam) has moved up through the ranks of SAMCRO to take Clay's position at the head of the table, the heavy head that wears the crown might need a little help from someone in the know. And 'Sons of Anarchy's latest casting has more than a little experience mentoring people outside the law.