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While Fox’s flagship panel and its presentation of Kingsman: The Golden Circle stole headlines left, right, and center, the company also staged a handful of smaller Sdcc showcases for some of its other properties. Case in point: The Exorcist.
Featuring a smattering of cast and crew members, the show’s panel took place yesterday evening, where key creative players like Jeremy Slater and executive producer Sean Crouch solicited questions about what The Exorcist season 2 has in store. Spoilers: if you’re at all familiar with Japanese horror, you may recognize the general aesthetic of the show’s sophomore season.
In fact, by relocating to the Pacific Northwest, it’s clear Fox is toying with an anthology format when it comes to The Exorcist, which may well allow the series to succeed where other film-to-tv adaptations (see: Minority Report, 24: Legacy, Emerald City) have failed. And so, gone are Geena Davis, »
- Michael Briers
Out of all the many, many film classics that have received a new lease of life in the form of a spinoff TV series, The Exorcist is arguably one of the few to prove its doubters wrong.
Whereas Minority Report, 24: Legacy, and even Emerald City failed rather spectacularly – all three were yanked off the airwaves after one season a piece – The Exorcist defied the naysayers to become one of the more intriguing horror series on the small screen, and it’s a credit to writer-director Jeremy Slater and the rest of the team that Fox’s creepy drama is able to live up to those lofty expectations that come hand-in-hand with any property directly related to William Friedkin’s film classic of ’73.
That means Slater and Co. now have their work cut out if they are to deliver a story that is just as emotionally compelling (and terrifying!) as the first, »
- Michael Briers
Den Of Geek Jul 14, 2017
What a wonderful place for an exorcism. The Exorcist season 2 will venture out of Chicago to a private island in the Pacific Northwest. And, in other news, Deadpool's has been cast as one of the female leads.
She will fit into a foster home storyline, on the island. One of the kids in the home is a demon who catches the attention of roving exorcists Tomas Ortega and Marcus Keane. Hildebrand will play Verity, a teen about to turn 18, who's on her way out of the house.
Hildebrand recently starred in Kerem Sanga’s First Girl I Loved, and will reprise her role as Negasonic Teenage Warhead in the upcoming Deadpool 2. She will next be seen in Tragedy Girls, an independent dark comedy.
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Hildebrand will play Verity, a foster child being raised by John Cho’s character.
RelatedFall TV Schedule 2017: What’s on When? And Versus What?
In the supernatural series’ overhauled Season 2, Cho plays Andrew Kim, a former child psychologist now running a home for at-risk foster children. He runs into Father Ortega and Marcus Keane when one of Kim’s wards is targeted by a powerful force. (We’re »
The board unanimously passed a resolution Sunday saying that the allegations by the United Screen Artists Committee were “either false or completely unsubstantiated,” based on a report by its outside counsel and accountants.
“The National Board that SAG-aftra categorically rejects the allegations and claims of the Usac letter and declines to take any of the actions requested therein, other than making records and information available for review by members as has always been SAG-aftra policy,” the board said.
“Be it further resolved that SAG-aftra urges Usac and its individual signatories to withdraw their potentially defamatory, unsubstantiated allegations against SAG-aftra executive leadership, and Be it finally resolved that the National Board expresses its full confidence in and appreciation for National Executive Director David White, Chief »
- Dave McNary
Though The Gifted may be the highest-profile series premiere lining Fox’s fall 2017-2018 slate – Bryan Singer and Matt Nix’s X-Men family drama has been booked in for early October – the network still has plenty of fan-favorite shows returning for another crack of the whip. Case in point: The Exorcist.
Whereas a small number of movie-to-tv adaptations bombed spectacularly back in 2016 – namely Minority Report and the recently-canned 24: Legacy – Fox’s horror anthology series struck a chord with audiences and even managed to maintain a relatively healthy threshold of two million viewers per episode. Even after all these years, it turns out there’s still an appetite for William Friedkin’s film classic of ’73.
And so, to strike while the iron was hot, Fox quickly ordered a second season of The Exorcist, which is now expected to loom over the small screen on Friday, September 29th. As previously reported, the Rance family won’t be returning, meaning that Geena Davis, Hannah Kasulka, Brianne Howey, and Alan Ruck have parted ways with the series – for now, at least.
“A potential season two would find Marcus, Tomas and Bennett tasked with helping a new family or a new case of possession,” he shared with us ahead of the renewal.
“Our challenge now is to create a new family that you care about just as much as the Rances, and to find ways to make their story feel just as compelling and unique as what came before. That doesn’t mean we’ll never see any of the Rances again.
Ready for another season of supernatural thrills and spills? The Exorcist anthology series returns via Fox on Friday, September 29th, at 9:00-10:00 pm Et/Pt. The Gifted, on the other hand, begins its mutant family saga on Monday, October 2nd. »
- Michael Briers
Fox will continue their anthology series “The Exorcist” on Friday, Sept. 29, 2017 (9:00-10:00 Pm Et/Pt), Bloody Disgusting learned. As previously noted, Season 1 stars Geena Davis, Hannah Kasulka, Brianne Howey and Alan Ruck will Not be coming back. This comes as no real surprise, our own John Squires notes, as Season 1 seemed to completely […] »
- Brad Miska
Fans of The Exorcist series can now mark their calendars for Friday, September 29th, because that is when the second season will premiere on Fox at 9:00pm Et, and viewers looking to tune in for the third season premiere of Lucifer also have a date to look forward to.
Fox announced that Lucifer Season 3 will premiere on Monday, October 2nd, just a few days after The Exorcist Season 2 premieres, and genre fans will also want to keep an eye out for the Sunday, October 1st (at 8:30pm Et) series premiere of Ghosted, starring Craig Robinson and Adam Scott.
An official plot synopsis for season 2 of The Exorcist has yet to be revealed, although it was recently reported that Alfonso Herrera, Kurt Egyiawan and Ben Daniels—who all play priests on the series—will return as series regulars in season 2, while the actors who played the members of the Rance family—Geena Davis, Alan Ruck, Hannah Kasulka and Brianne Howey—will not be coming back in a series regular capacity, as a different exorcism is expected to take the spotlight this time around.
Stay tuned to Daily Dead for more updates, read the official press release below for more details, and if you need to catch up on The Exorcist before season 2 airs, Hulu is currently streaming the entire first season.
Press Release: Fox has set the fall premiere dates for its new and returning series.
The Gifted, the new family adventure series, produced in association with Marvel Television, launches Monday, Oct. 2 (9:00-10:00 Pm Et/Pt), following the return of Lucifer (8:00-9:00 Pm Et/Pt). New comedic drama The Orville, from creator and executive producer Seth MacFarlane and director Jon Favreau, debuts with a special two-night series premiere on Sunday, Sept. 10 (8:00-9:00 Pm Et/Pt) and Sunday, Sept. 17 (8:00-9:00 Pm Et/Pt), immediately following NFL On Fox doubleheaders. The Orville will then make its time period premiere on Thursday, Sept. 28(9:00-10:00 Pm Et/Pt), following Gotham’s Season Four return (8:00-9:00 Pm Et/Pt). The new buddy comedy Ghosted, starring Craig Robinson and Adam Scott, premieres Oct. 1 (8:30-9:00 Pm Et/Pt), during a Sunday night of premieres, including Bob’S Burgers (7:30-8:00 Pm Et/Pt), The Simpsons (8:00-8:30 Pm Et/Pt), Family Guy (9:00-9:30 Pm Et/Pt) and The Last Man On Earth (9:30-10:00 Pm Et/Pt).
Fox Fall 2017 Premiere Dates – Page 2
Lethal Weapon Season Two leads off Tuesdays, beginning Sept. 26 (8:00-9:00 Pm Et/Pt), followed by the season premieres of The Mick (9:00-9:30 Pm Et/Pt) and Brooklyn Nine-nine (9:30-10:00 Pm Et/Pt). Empire (8:00-9:00 Pm Et/Pt) and Star (9:00-10:00 Pm Et/Pt) join forces on an epic night of music and drama, beginning Wednesday, Sept. 27. Friday, Sept. 29 sees the returns of Hell’S Kitchen (8:00-9:00 Pm Et/Pt) and The Exorcist (9:00-10:00 Pm Et/Pt).
Fox fall premieres of new and returning series are listed below in chronological order (all times are Et/Pt):
Fox Fall 2017 Premieres
(All Times Et/Pt)
Sunday, Sept. 10, Immediately Following NFL On Fox Doubleheader
8:00-9:00 Pm Et/Pt The Orville (Special Series Premiere, Part 1)
Sunday, Sept. 17, Immediately Following NFL On Fox Doubleheader
8:00-9:00 Pm Et/Pt The Orville (Special Series Premiere, Part 2)
Tuesday, Sept. 26
8:00-9:00 Pm Lethal Weapon (Season Two Premiere)
9:00-9:30 Pm The Mick (Season Two Premiere)
9:30-10:00 Pm Brooklyn Nine-nine (Season Five Premiere)
Wednesday, Sept. 27
8:00-9:00 Pm Empire (Season Four Premiere)
9:00-10:00 Pm Star (Season Two Premiere)
Thursday, Sept. 28
8:00-9:00 Pm Gotham (Season Four Premiere)
9:00-10:00 Pm The Orville (Time Period Series Premiere)
Friday, Sept. 29
8:00-9:00 Pm Hell’S Kitchen (Season 17 Premiere)
9:00-10:00 Pm The Exorcist (Season Two Premiere)
Sunday, Oct. 1
7:30-8:00 Pm Bob’S Burgers (Season Eight Premiere)
8:00-8:30 Pm The Simpsons (Season 29 Premiere)
8:30-9:00 Pm Ghosted (Series Premiere)
9:00-9:30 Pm Family Guy (Season 15 Premiere)
9:30-10:00 Pm The Last Man On Earth (Season Four Premiere)
Monday, Oct. 2
8:00-9:00 Pm Lucifer (Season Three Premiere)
9:00-10:00 Pm The Gifted (Series Premiere)
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- Derek Anderson
Fox had an unexpected hit on their hands with the first season of The Exorcist, picking up a smattering of positive critical notices and decent ratings. So, it’s no surprise that they renewed it for a second season. The show is a loose sequel to the 1973 William Friedkin movie classic, following a trio of Exorcist priests, with the first season exploring what happened to formerly possessed puker Regan MacNeil over the last forty or so years.
In an eye-catching bit of casting, Geena Davis was brought on board as MacNeil and was generally agreed to be one of the best things in the series. That makes it a little disappointing then that she’s confirmed that she’s departing the show. Rather than re-cast the role, executive producer and director Jeremy Slater has simply decided to focus the second season narrative elsewhere.
This means, apparently, not just jettisoning Davis’ character, »
- David James
What's next for The Exorcist? According to TVLine, some cast members will not return for season two of the Fox TV series.Based on the 1973 horror film, the drama follows two priests as they try and tackle a horrifying demonic possession. The cast includes Alfonso Herrera, Ben Daniels, Kurt Egyiawan, Geena Davis, Alan Ruck, Brianne Howey, and Hannah Kasulka.Read More… »
Back in May, fans of Fox's The Exorcist TV series rejoiced when the network announced that the series would be returning for a second season, but according to the latest casting details, there will be some big changes in the show moving forward.
According to TVLine, while Alfonso Herrera, Kurt Egyiawan and Ben Daniels—who all play priests on the series—will return as series regulars in season 2 of The Exorcist, the actors who played the members of the Rance family—Geena Davis, Alan Ruck, Hannah Kasulka and Brianne Howey—will not be coming back in a series regular capacity, as a different exorcism is expected to take the spotlight this time around.
A family plagued by demonic possession, the Rances were the primary focus of the priests in season 1, but season 2 will explore "a new storyline," as showrunner Jeremy Slater mentioned to Deadline in late 2016, adding that it "doesn »
- Derek Anderson
This is bound to turn a few heads (that lede never gets old!).
Roughly a month after The Exorcist‘s surprise renewal, Fox has put the finishing touches on the official Season 2 cast list — and there are a few notable (if not entirely unexpected) omissions.
Related2017 Renewal Scorecard: What’s Coming Back? What’s Getting Cancelled? What’s on the Bubble?
The priestly trio of Alfonso Herrera, Kurt Egyiawan and Ben Daniels will all be back as series regulars, but they will be presiding over a new possession case. As a result, Geena Davis, Alan Ruck, Hannah Kasulka and Brianne Howey »
War Machine, 2017.
Written and Directed by David Michod.
Starring Brad Pitt, Scoot McNairy, Anthony Michael Hall, Rj Cyler, Topher Grace, Anthony Hayes, John Magaro, Emory Cohen, Meg Tilly, Alan Ruck, Will Poulter, Aymen Hamdouchi, Daniel Betts, Lakeith Stanfield, Nicholas Jones, Justin Rosniak, Josh Stewart, Kola Bokinni, Griffin Dunne, Pico Alexander, Derek Slow, Tilda Swinton, and Ben Kingsley.
An absurdist war story for our times, writer-director David Michôd (Animal Kingdom) recreates a U.S. General’s roller-coaster rise and fall as part reality, part savage parody – raising the specter of just where the line between them lies today. His is an exploration of a born leader’s ultra-confident march right into the dark heart of folly. At the story’s core is Brad Pitt’s sly take on a successful, charismatic four-star general who leapt in like a rock star to command Nato forces in Afghanistan, only to be taken »
- Robert Kojder
War Machine Review War Machine (2017) Film Review, a movie directed by David Michôd, and starring Brad Pitt, Emory Cohen, Rj Cyler, Topher Grace, Anthony Michael Hall, Anthony Hayes, John Magaro, Scoot McNairy, Will Poulter, Alan Ruck, Lakeith Stanfield, Josh Stewart, Meg Tilly, Tilda Swinton, and Ben Kingsley. War Machine‘s advertising was a con job like [...]
Continue reading: Film Review: War Machine (2017): An Effective Examination of U.S. War Strategy Hubris »
- Rollo Tomasi
With a seemingly endless amount of streaming options — not only the titles at our disposal, but services themselves — we’ve taken it upon ourselves to highlight the titles that have recently hit platforms. Every week, one will be able to see the cream of the crop (or perhaps some simply interesting picks) of streaming titles (new and old) across platforms such as Netflix, iTunes, Amazon, and more (note: U.S. only). Check out our rundown for this week’s selections below.
While the recent 10 Cloverfield Lane and Room told stories of captivity with various hooks — science-fiction and the process of healing, respectively — Cate Shortland’s approach in her latest, harrowing drama Berlin Syndrome makes room for more nuance and depth. Locked in a Berlin apartment, there is little hope for our protagonist for nearly the entire runtime. And while some of the story’s turns can feel overtly manipulative, »
- The Film Stage
Streaming services are really making their mark on the cinematic world. Between Amazon and Netflix, the film festival circuit has seen some big time buys from these would be studios. Netflix has gone a step further, funding some huge projects. One such movie is War Machine, a hugely baity satire that the service forked over heavy money to produce. Starring Brad Pitt and hitting on timely material, this really seemed like it would be an opportunity for the service to contend for some Oscars. Sadly, it isn’t up to snuff in that regard. Still, audiences might be interested in seeing Pitt don the fatigues once again. The film is a satire about military bureaucracy. Initially positioned to be about General Stanley McChrystal since it’s an adaptation of the non fiction book The Operators: The Wild and Terrifying Inside Story of America’s War in Afghanistan, which is about the General. »
- Joey Magidson
Leading independent British exhibitor Curzon has confirmed that Netflix’s Cannes competitor “Okja” and Brad Pitt comedy drama “War Machine” will receive exclusive theatrical screenings in its cinemas day-and-date with their Netflix debuts.
Bong Joon-ho’s “Okja” (pictured), which has been the subject of controversy after it was announced it would receive its world premiere in the official competition lineup at Cannes, is scheduled for U.K. release on June 23. It tells the story of a young girl who risks everything to prevent a powerful multinational company from kidnapping her best friend, a massive animal named Okja.
“War Machine,” from “Animal Kingdom” director David Michod, will arrive in U.K. cinemas and on Netflix on May 26. The satire features an ensemble cast including Topher Grace, Alan Ruck, Will Poulter, R.J. Cyler and Ben Kingsley. Pitt stars as a charismatic four-star general commanding Nato forces in Afghanistan who is taken down »
- Robert Mitchell
Stock up on holy water and get ready for more intense exorcisms on the small screen, because Fox has renewed The Exorcist for a second season.
The news of The Exorcist's renewal is confirmed by EW, who report that the second season will feature "a new chapter of the iconic franchise."
Based on William Peter Blatty's novel of the same name (which in turn was adapted for the big screen by William Friedkin in 1973), The Exorcist TV series is overseen by showrunner Jeremy Slater. Stay tuned to Daily Dead for more details.
Season 1 synopsis: "Widely regarded as the greatest horror movie ever made, “The Exorcist” broke box office records and terrified audiences around the world. Now, more than four decades after the Academy Award-nominated film, The Exorcist returns as a TV series.
- Derek Anderson
Fox has renewed “The Exorcist” for a second season, Variety has learned.
The psychological thriller is a TV remake of the classic horror movie, which terrified audiences around the world. No details have been released regarding Season 2, other than opening “a new chapter of the iconic franchise,” per Fox.
Geena Davis stars with Alfonso Herrera, Ben Daniels, Hannah Kasulka, Brianne Howey, Kurt Egyiawan, and Alan Ruck. Executive producers are Jeremy Slater, Rolin Jones, Rupert Wyatt, Roy Lee, James Robinson, David Robinson, and Barbara Wall. Twentieth Century Fox is the studio.
Airing on Friday nights, the series hasn’t been a ratings breakout, averaging a 0.7 rating in adults 18-49 and 1.9 million viewers, making it one of Fox’s lowest-rated scripted shows, but insiders had said the drama had a good chance for renewal, due to Fox execs liking the show.
Along with “Exorcist,” Fox has renewed dramas “Empire,” “Gotham,” “Lethal Weapon,” “Lucifer »
- Elizabeth Wagmeister
Fox has renewed “The Exorcist” for a second season, the network announced on Friday, with Season 2 set to open a new terrifying chapter in the iconic horror franchise. Based on the 1973 classic William Friedkin film of the same name, the hour-long drama stars Geena Davis, Alfonso Herrera, Ben Daniels, Hannah Kasulka, Brianne Howey, Kurt Egyiawan and Alan Ruck. From 20th Century Fox Television, “The Exorcist” counts Jeremy Slater, Rolin Jones, Rupert Wyatt, Roy Lee, James Robinson, David Robinson and Barbara Wall as executive producers. Also Read: How ABC, CBS, Fox, NBC and The CW Rank in Ratings Just Before Upfronts Shows that have previously been. »
- Ryan Gajewski
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