FX's Coen brothers-adapted 'Fargo' TV series gave us a strong look at its new adaptation with the first official trailer a few days ago, though a few notable cast members were missing. Now, the latest trailer has the whole kit and kaboodle on display, including 'Sherlock''s Martin Freeman, Billy Bob Thornton, Allison Tolman, Colin Hanks, Adam Goldberg, 'Always Sunny''s Glenn Howerton, 'Breaking Bad''s Bob Odenkirk, Kate Walsh and Oliver Platt!
FX's Coen brothers-adapted series 'Fargo' has released a number of provocative teasers to date, don't cha know, but you're darn-tootin' we had our first honest look at the story. The first full trailer for 'Fargo' has arrived, starring such fan-favorites as 'Breaking Bad''s Bob Odenkirk, 'Sherlock''s Martin Freeman, Billy Bob Thornton and more, you betcha!
Like 'Fargo' herself, casting for FX's forthcoming adaptation of the 1996 Coen brothers classic has been a bit slow-moving, at least until today. The cable network opened the floodgates on its 'Fargo' TV series, revealing new parts to play from 'Breaking Bad' and 'Better Call Saul' star Bob Odenkirk, 'Private Practice''s Kate Walsh, 'Always Sunny''s Glenn Howerton, Adam Goldberg and more!
Well, this is an unexpected turn! No, former 'Angel' star and current 'Bones' lead David Boreanaz hasn't decided to leave the long-running FOX series behind, but rather the angelic star has signed on with a host of others for DirecTV's trippy new Neil LaBute series 'Full Circle.' Also starring Minka Kelly, Kate Walsh, 'Harry Potter's' Tom Felton and more, the 10-episode series takes on a rather unique format you'll need to read for yourself inside!
With 'Grey's Anatomy' still going fairly strong and Shonda Rhimes' other ABC drama 'Scandal' steadily picking up speed, there were bound to be casualties, particularly from the lowest rated of the bunch. And while we knew 'Private Practice' could come to an end when series lead Kate Walsh departs in episode 13, the show's creator has offically confirmed the news. Find out what Rhimes has to say about the cancellation inside!
It's going to take a serious miracle for ABC to opt for any additional episodes of the 'Grey's Anatomy' spin-off 'Private Practice' after its upcoming fall run. Not only did series boss Shonda Rhimes opt not to renew the contract of male lead Tim Daly, but now series anchor Kate Walsh herself is about to exit. Is there any hope for a renewal?