The vast majority of The OA viewers are still scratching their heads over that first season ending, but star-creator Brit Marling and director Zal Batmanglij aren’t going to leave us hanging forever. Practice your movements – The OA Season 2 is a go.
Considering Netflix intends to double its original offerings again in 2017, they’d be forgiven to lean back on promotional campaigns now and again. So it is, with the first trailer for Brit Marling’s mysterious Zal Batmanglij-directed series The OA, that the premiere is already scheduled for Friday!
If the past year in TV has proven anything, sequel series and movie tie-ins are no longer a guarantee of success, so where might A&E (formerly Lifetime)’s The Omen sequel Damien land? A slick new teaser for the demonic thriller recreates one of the horror film’s most enduring images, which at least ups the creep factor.
After this past Sunday's 'The Walking Dead' season 3 finale "Welcome to the Tombs," news of casting and series regular upgrades have been coming out of the woodwork. Yesterday brought the revelation that newcomers Chad Coleman (Tyreese) and Sonequa Martin-Green (Sasha) had been promoted, along with longtime star Emily Kinney (Beth), while many wondered why other highlighted stars like Scott Wilson (Hershel) and Melissa McBride (Carol) had yet to receive the same treatment. Well, good news! They already were!
Nobody start making any 'LOST' comparisons just yet, but it looks like there's been a bit of trouble on the set of 'The Walking Dead' season 3 this week, as actor Scott Wilson (Hershel Greene) was recently arrested on charges of driving under the influence. Normally this would be a sad, cautionary tale, but the moment one starts doing Yoga poses in a field sobriety test, we have to laugh. Full story inside.