If hours and hours of Twin Peaks or The Affair weren’t enough for you, Showtime has some major additional treats coming up. Not only do we have premiere dates for the Jim Carrey-produced standup comedy I’m Dying Up Here and John Ridley’s Idris Elba-starring miniseries Guerrilla, we’ve even got the first trailers.
We’re still a month out from the hotly-anticipated return of Broad City Season 3, but the new 2016 run is at least starting to take some shape. To that end, a punchy first teaser for Abbi and Ilana has emerged, along with additional guest stars, and a sense of what Presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton will get up to with her fellow Queens.
“One nation, under surveillance, with liberty and justice for all.” Damn, that’s a good tagline.
FOX’s M. Night Shyamalan-driven Wayward Pines hasn’t quite captured audiences everywhere (the Shyamalan name hardly commands intrigue these days), though upticks in DVR viewing and moderate ratings may well pave the way to a second season. That said, will star-studded cast the likes of Matt Dillion, Carla Gugino, Terrence Howard or Melissa Leo return?
It’s been a good long while since we checked in with FOX’s twisty upcoming mystery-drama Wayward Pines, but consider the mystery officially out of the box. We’ve all taken a knee on M. Night Shyamalan‘s film career, but does the newest full trailer for Wayward Pines feel original enough to escape the Twin Peaks comparisons?
Along with 2014's '24: Live Another Day' and a second season of 'The Following,' FOX has continued its commitment to limited series with next year's M. Night Shyamalan-adapted thriller 'Wayward Pines,' starring Matt Dillon. Now we've learned 'The Fighter' Oscar-winner Melissa Leo will join Dillon in the eerie new series, but who will the veteran actress play?
And the 'Hunger Games' sequel news has officially started rolling out with as much regularity as the daily mail delivery. The latest: Lionsgate's shortlist of talent includes Melissa Leo, Tony Shalhoub, and possible contender for the role of Finnick Odair -- Sam Claflin. Sam who now?
IFC Films has released the first trailer for 'Why Stop Now,' the indie comedy the company acquired after its premiere at Sundance earlier this year, starring Jesse Eisenberg and Melissa Leo.