Reviews of Damon Lindelof's rapturous new HBO drama 'The Leftovers have been uniformly across the board, but few would argue that a new series from one of the more controversial voices behind 'LOST' was at least worth a look. Now, HBO has put the full pilot online, along with a brand-new trailer teasing the dour drama ahead!
At long last HBO's rapturous new Damon Lindelof drama 'The Leftovers' will premiere its first episode this coming Sunday after an all-new 'True Blood,' telling the story of a world rocked by the sudden departure of 2% of the world's population. We've been anticipating this one for a long time, but why wait for Sunday when the first two clips and full photos from the 'Leftovers' premiere are available right now?
Despite having its premiere delayed two weeks for production, HBO's 'The Leftovers' remains one of our most anticipated summer series. The haunting first trailer gave us a look at Damon Lindelof's vision of a world left with the aftermath of a 2% population disappearance, while the latest full trailer for HBO's new drama gives a glimpse of the darkness that follows.
Just as HBO yesterday delivered our best look yet at the seventh and final season of 'True Blood,' so too has the premium cable network conjured yet another teaser for 'LOST' creator Damon Lindelof's post-rapture drama 'The Leftovers.' The grace period is over, but don't worry because the latest sneak peek at the upcoming series will walk you through the grieving process.
We recently heard the unusual news that HBO's Damon Lindelof rapture drama 'The Leftovers' would push its 'Game of Thrones' lead-in premiere back by two weeks to accommodate a hiatus in production, but the latest trailer for the new series assures us it'll be well worth the wait. Watch the world go mad as 2% of Earth's population completely disappear in the fullest, NSFW-est trailer for HBO's 'The Leftovers'!
We've been excited to check out Damon Lindelof's TV return in HBO's rapturous new drama 'The Leftovers,' particularly after the haunting first trailer, but it seems those left behind will be a bit behind themselves. A production hiatus has forced 'The Leftovers' to push back its premiere two weeks, but what does it mean for the new series starring Justin Theroux and Liv Tyler?
A few weeks ago, HBO gave us a first look at Damon Lindelof's rapture drama 'The Leftovers,' though said TV spot proved admittedly light on footage. Now, a second look at 'The Leftovers' emerged with last night's 'Game of Thrones' spectacle, taking a much darker dive into the events of a rapture-like occurrence that removed a portion of the world's population.
HBO had itself a banner Sunday between 'Game of Thrones' season 4 premiere "Two Swords" and the debuts of 'Veep' season 3 and Mike Judge's 'Silicon Valley,' so what better time for a look at what's to come? 'LOST' creator Damon Lindelof's rapturous TV return with HBO's 'The Leftovers' has finally come to light with an eerie first trailer that shows off the scope of the world's biggest change.
It's been a good long while since we've heard from HBO's forthcoming Damon Lindelof-helmed pilot 'The Leftovers,' but thankfully the premium cable rapture hasn't left us behind. HBO has officially ordered the Liv Tyler-Justin Theroux starring drama to series, the deal marking the network's first major production with an outside studio, but when might fans expect to see 'The Leftovers' on their plate?
We've heard plenty about 'LOST' veteran Damon Lindelof's upcoming HBO rapture drama, 'The Leftovers,' based on 2011's Tom Perotta book of the same name, but little in the way of casting or shooting. Now Mr. Jennifer Aniston himself, Justin Theroux, has joined in a leading role, but what's the new religious series all about?