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The Stranger Things crew set out to scare up some Emmy buzz Tuesday night at Netflix’s FYSee Space in Beverly Hills, but we arrived at the event with a slightly different mission: to procure as much Season 2 intel as humanely possible and without getting anyone fired. The juicy fruits of our labor are below:
VideosStranger Things Season 2: Watch the First Trailer!
The Fright Factor | The new season — all nine episodes of which drop on Halloween — will be “darker and more eerie” than the ’80s-set phenom’s rookie run, confirms Noah Scnapp (Will). Finn Wolfhard (Mike) flat-out says »
For those of you who’ve strolled Times Square and thought, “I liked this place when it was seedier,” have we got a teaser trailer for you.
HBO on Wednesday released the first video and photos from The Deuce, its upcoming late 1970s/early ’80s drama starring James Franco and Maggie Gyllenhaal. The series from David Simon (The Wire) and George Pelecanos (Treme) chronicles the legalization and rise of the porn industry in New York City’s famed midtown, as well as the changes inflicted on the area when HIV, real estate prices and cocaine demand started to rise.
If Juliette’s career falters in the second half of Nashville‘s fifth season, perhaps she can make a living out of her favorite hobby: finding trouble where there is none.
As you’ll see in this new trailer for the upcoming episodes — which get underway on Thursday, June 1, at 9/8c — Ms. Barnes undergoes challenges both professional (a slight backstage panic attack) and personal (the likely completely made-up fear that Hallie and Avery are growing closer than they should be) while the rest of Music City deals with its own drama.
Music City will have two new residents — one more welcome than the other — when Nashville‘s fifth season resumes on June 1 (9/8c).
As previously reported, Rachel Bilson (The O.C., Hart of Dixie) and Kaitlin Doubleday (Empire) will join the Cmt drama for the second half of Season 5. TVLine got co-showrunner Marshall Herskovitz on the phone to preview both actresses’ debuts (and, of course, we slipped in a few questions about Deacon, Juliette and the rest of the gang). Read on for the scoop!
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* Doubleday’s Jessie Caine, »
Vulture WatchIs H.G. Wells' time almost up? Has the Time After Time TV show been cancelled or renewed for a second season on ABC? The television vulture is watching all the latest cancellation and renewal news, so this page is the place to track the status of Time After Time season two. Bookmark it, or subscribe for the latest updates. Remember, the television vulture is watching your shows. Are you? What's This TV Show About?Airing on the ABC television network, Time After Time stars Freddie Stroma, Josh Bowman, Génesis Rodríguez, Nicole Ari Parker, Will Chase, Jordan Sparks, and Jennifer Ferrin. The series follows the young H.G. Wells (Stroma) and his journey via his incredible time machine. Wells is in hot pursuit of the brilliant and engaging surgeon, Dr. John Stevenson (Bowman), a.k.a. "Jack the Ripper." It is in present-day New York City »
Last seen spewing monster-slugs into the nearest sink, Will Byers is all set to become the focal point of Stranger Things season 2 following his harrowing stint in the fantastical alternate reality known as the Upside Down.
At least, that’s according to series producer and director Shawn Levy, who spoke with Mashable ahead of the show’s timely Halloween return later this year. Noah Schnapp is back, back, back to reprise as the soft-spoken Will, and though the Demogorgon was effectively vanquished at the tail-end of Stranger Things season 1 – at the expense of Millie Bobby Brown’s Eleven, it seems – the Upside Down still lurks on every street corner of Hawkins, Indiana.
That’s something that shone through in the inaugural Super Bowl teaser for the show’s second season and here, Shawn Levy offers some context on bringing Will Byers back into the thick of the story.
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Hannah Baker’s story may be over, but her Netflix drama lives on.
13 Reasons Why will return for a second season, the streaming service announced Sunday. Additionally, Tony and Pulitzer Prize winner Brian Yorkey will take over as showrunner in Season 2, succeeding Diana Son.
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Though Season 1 followed Katherine Langford’s character as she made her decision to take her own life, it also introduced several of her classmates, some of them with mysteries of their own. Per the official logline, Season 2 will pick up »
Will Chase is headed to Netflix. TVLine reports the Nashville star has joined season two of Stranger Things.Season two of the supernatural drama will feature returning cast members Winona Ryder, David Harbour, Millie Bobby Brown, Finn Wolfhard, Gaten Matarazzo, and Caleb McLaughlin in addition to new stars Brett Gelman, Sean Astin, Linnea Berthelsen, Dacre Montgomery, and Sadie Sink.Read More… »
Bloodline‘s third and final season hits the ground running, picking up essentially where the Season 2 closer left off: With Rayburn hothead Kevin (Norbert Leo Butz) reeling from his brutal murder of Detective Diaz (Enrique Murciano), just as John (Kyle Chandler) was making a fast break for Fugitiveville.
“How did we get here?” Sissy Spacek’s matriarch Sally is heard wondering aloud at the beginning of the above, just-released Season 3 trailer. “We had some good times, didn’t we? But you all lied to me.”
They sure did. And by the looks of the trailer, that massive pile of falsehoods »
When Stranger Things landed on Netflix on July 15th, 2016, it took viewers by surprise. Arriving with very little fanfare, its odd combination of pop culture homage, retro aesthetic, and era-specific detail quickly captivated fans, and delivered an extraordinary experience in fantasy-horror storytelling. With just eight episodes, series creators Matt and Ross Duffer built a community within the town of Hawkins, Indiana, and layered it with terrifying darkness. This is the situation that will meet actor Will Chase (Nashville), who has now joined the cast for the second season.
Chase will play new Hawkins resident Neil Mayfield, who has moved to the stricken town with his two children, played by Sadie Sink (American Odyssey) and Dacre Montgomery (Power Rangers). Little is known of their story, beyond the fact that the younger Mayfields will be students at the local school, alongside the children from the first season – played by Finn Wolfhard, Millie Bobby Brown, »
- Sarah Myles
Warning: This article spoils the season finale of 13 Reasons Why. If you haven’t finished “Tape 7, Side A,” get thee to a TV — or whatever device you’re reading this on — and binge!
As far as teen dramas go, Netflix’s 13 Reasons Why is a damn masterpiece. In fact, I’d argue that the powerful series — adapted from Jay Asher’s 2007 novel about a teenage girl who leaves behind a series of audio tapes detailing the events (and people) that led her to commit suicide — transcends the genre, bolstered by powerhouse performances from an ensemble peppered with TV veterans and fresh new talent. »
The actor-singer has joined Stranger Things‘ anticipated second season in a pivotal recurring role, TVLine has learned exclusively. He will play Neil Mayfield, the father of a family of recent transplants to Hawkins Indiana from California. Our guess? He’s the dad of the two new kids in town, played by American Odyssey‘s Sadie Sink and Power Rangers‘ Dacre Montgomery.
VideosStranger Things Season 2: Watch the First Trailer
Much of Season 2 has been shrouded in secrecy, although a few details have trickled out. »
VideosMarvel’s The Defenders Teases [Spoiler]’s Resurrection
Premiering Friday, Aug. 18 on Netflix, the team-up series follows Matt Murdock/Daredevil (played by Charlie Cox), Jessica Jones (Krysten Ritter), Luke Cage (Mike Colter) and Danny Rand/Iron Fist (Finn Jones) as the four disparate heroes begrudgingly unite for one common goal – to save New York City.
That’s still true in the long-awaited Season 2, which debuts next Friday, May 12 after a lengthy year-and-a-half layoff. Ansari — the likable Parks and Rec goofball who writes and directs here, as well as starring — seems to enjoy defying expectations, crafting each episode of his cosmopolitan rom-com as a self-contained vignette that may or may not connect to the episodes around it. This structure is ultimately limiting in a few »
Network: ABCEpisodes: Five aired + ?? unaired (hour)Seasons: OneTV show dates: March 5, 2017 — March 26, 2017Series status: CancelledPerformers include: Freddie Stroma, Josh Bowman, Génesis Rodríguez, Nicole Ari Parker, Will Chase, Jordan Sparks, and Jennifer Ferrin.TV show description:A drama series launching off the Karl Alexander's 1979 novel and Nicholas Meyer's feature film, Time After Time follows the young H.G. Wells (Freddie Stroma), as he travels through time in his incredible time machine. Wells is in hot pursuit of the brilliant and engaging surgeon, Dr. John Stevenson (Josh Bowman), better known as "Jack the Ripper."After Stevenson escapes the London authorities, Wells travels to present day New York, in search of the stealthy psychopath. Upon arriving, he is surprised it isn't wonderland he expected, but rather violent and »
Polish your cowboy boots and dry your tears, Nashville fans, because the Cmt series will return on Thursday, June 1 at 9/8c.
Cmt on Monday announced the midseason premiere date — as well as the series’ Season 6 renewal. Per the network, the first episode back will take place 10 weeks after the events of the midseason finale. “Deacon will help Daphne with a school project, but Daphne feels unmotivated. Juliette gives Maddie unsolicited advice about a song,” the official episode description states. “Scarlett and Gunnar receive news about the baby.”
Sharp Objects has some new company. Deadline reports Will Chase, Jackson Hurst, and Jennifer Aspen have joined the upcoming HBO series.Based on the book by Gillian Flynn, the drama stars Amy Adams as Camille Preaker, a crime reporter who returns to her hometown to cover the murders of two girls. The HBO series is being written by Marti Noxon and directed by Jean Marc Vallée.Read More… »
For a moment there in this week’s Girls, it’s easy to think we’re in another one of those “Hannah’s ideal day” episodes. And that thought chills me so deeply, given what’s happening on screen, I have a fleeting desire to snatch Laird’s knit cap from his misguided head and plop it on my own.
Because when Adam breaks up with Jessa in the episode’s first moments, then hightails it to Hannah to announce that he wants to raise the baby with her, it’s the answer to all of Ms. Horvath’s current »
File this one under No-Brainers That We Really Should Have Thought of Seasons Ago: When Girls wraps its sixth and final season in April, HBO ought to needs to give Andrew Rannells‘ quiptacular Elijah his own spinoff. The title? Boys, of course.
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The idea hit me like a ton of bricks while I was watching Sunday’s episode. As Elijah auditioned for a role in the Broadway-musical version of White Men Can’t Jump, Rannells playing not only the wannabe actor’s manic enthusiasm but also his almost crippling self-doubt, »
Like a glass of Arbor gold or the brief, vibrant life of Oberyn Martell, the first Season 7 teaser trailer from Game of Thrones is an ephemeral treat that therefore must be savored.
The HBO fantasy series released the first quasi-glimpse at its upcoming season (debuting Sunday, July 16), which you can watch above. Of course, it doesn’t give too much away: We see three of GoT‘s primary players — Daenerys, Jon Snow and Cersei — walking silently through the corridors of power as James’ “Sit Down” plays in the background. (A hint for them to sit on the Iron Throne, perhaps? »
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