Some 'Orange is the New Black' fans have yet to finish binging the entirety of season 2, yet already season 3 has been buzzing about with new additions and promotions. Following Mary Steenburgen's addition to the cast, the 'Justified' actress' matronly role has been revealed, while yet another star has been upgraded to series regular, and a major villain might not be so departed as we thought!
If Marvel's 'Daredevil' series is setting the template for the kind of casting we'll see in all of their upcoming shows, color us excited. The latest addition to the cast is Rosario Dawson, who has joined the 13-episode series in a mystery role. The details are scarce at the moment, but it's tough to recall a movie that wasn't actively boosted by her presence, so this could only be a good thing.
The late-night landscape seems to have largely settled since Stephen Colbert signed on to replace Dave Letterman as host of 'The Late Show,' but those wondering if CBS might recruit Chelsea Handler to follow Craig Ferguson on the 'Late Late Show' can give it a rest. Netflix officially scooped up Handler for its first entry into the late-night talk show arena, signing the comedienne for a multi-year deal that includes a new comedy special and several documentaries.
Most 'Orange is the New Black' fans have barely had time to finish screening the second season of Netflix's breakout original series, but already the streaming service is making season 3 seem like an eternity away. Not only has recent 'Justified' addition Mary Steenburgen signed up for a mysterious new role, but yet another from the existing cast has ascended to series regular.
Netflix's 'Orange is the New Black' has already released its second season, and if you're anything like us, you're already hungry for the next round of episodes to come in 2015. So far, the cast of Litchfield ladies continues to grow, as Samira Wiley (Poussey!) is the latest original cast member to be added to the ranks of series regular for our next term.
It took forever for Marvel's forthcoming Netflix 'Daredevil' series to reveal that 'Boardwalk Empire' star Charlie Cox would take the titular role of Matt Murdock, The Man Without Fear, but with the biggest casting out of the way, the new series is adding even more weight to the ensemble. Vincent D'Onofrio has officially joined as our new Wilson Fisk, better known as frequent 'Daredevil' and 'Spider-Man' antagonist The Kingpin.
Netflix Eli Roth monster thriller 'Hemlock Grove' may not have achieved the breakout buzz of such other offerings as 'House of Cards' and 'Orange is the New Black,' but will still join its brethren in scaring up a second season to debut in 2014. The first full trailer for the wolf-y new season has arrived, bringing with it a heaping helping of NSFW insanity and horror to ensure 'Hemlock Grove' turning heads.
We wouldn't dream of spoiling the most recent 'Game of Thrones' for you, but suffice to say, season 4 star Pedro Pascal will be looking to crack a few skulls outside of Westeros in the future. The fan-favorite star officially landed a prime role in Netflix's upcoming original series 'Narcos,' but as whom you ask?
We're just days away from the season 2 debut of Netflix's 'Orange is the New Black,' and while the streaming service hasn't offered any update on future 'Arrested Development,' we've got the next best thing. Check out the 'Orange is the New Black' opening credits remixed to match 'Arrested Development' beat for beat, with a special 'Arrested' cameo to mark the occasion!
With Netflix about to unveil 'Orange Is the New Black' season 2 this Friday, the streaming service debuted a first look at one of its other original series coming up. Animated comedy 'BoJack Horseman' gave life to its first full trailer, starring the likes of 'Arrested Development''s Will Arnett, 'Breaking Bad''s Aaron Paul, and even 'Community' alum Alison Brie, but is it any good?