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Syfy hasn't made an official announcement yet but Dominion star Carl Beukes says that the second season is coming this summer. Earlier today, he tweeted, "Dominion Season 2 premieres Thursday, July 9th at 10/9c on Syfy."
Based on the characters from the Legion movie, Dominion takes place 25 years into the future, after the "Extinction War" in which an army of lower angels waged a war against mankind. The show's cast includes Christopher Egan, Tom Wisdom, Carl Beukes, Alan Dale, Roxanne McKee, Anthony Head, Luke Allen-Gale, Shivani Ghai, and Rosalind Halstead.
The first season of nine episodes averaged a 0.5 rating in the 18-49 demographic with 1.6 million viewers. It was renewed for a second season of 13 episodes back in September, a month after the first season finale.
What do you think? Do you like this series? Do you plan on »
We have entered the age of "Event TV". Fox is prepping to remake the cult classic film The Rocky Horror Picture Show in a two-hour musical event special. Kenny Ortega (Highschool Musical, Hocus Pocus) is set to direct the reboot alongside Gail Berman (Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Angel) as executive producer. Lou Adler, who executive produced the original film, is also on board. Tentatively titled The Rocky Horror Picture Show Event, the special has a cast-contingent order at Fox. My gut reaction to this is - wow, that's going to be a disaster - but I'll reserve judgment until a cast is announced. The fact that they've got Adler on board is promising, and Ortega certainly knows how to direct musical performances. Plus, this is the guy who gave us Newsies and Hocus Pocus, two of my generation's great cult classic. If they nail the casting, it could turn out »
- Haleigh Foutch
Dci Banks: ITV, 9pm
Last in the series of the ITV detective drama starring Stephen Tompkinson.
The investigation ramps up when Morton discovers that Hexton is the biological father of murdered student Josh.
The Island with Bear Grylls: Channel 4, 9pm
First in the new series of the survival programme where two teams, one all-male and one all-female, are put to the test on tropical islands.
Tonight, the male participants struggle against harsh currents and tropical storms as they try to find shelter.
Chicago Pd: 5Usa, 9pm
The Intelligence Unit begins to investigate the murder of one of their own, while Internal Affairs are still after Voight's badge.
You, Me and Them: Gold, 10pm
Gold's first original sitcom You, Me & Them is both funnier and more dramatic in its second series, star Anthony Head has promised.
Head told Digital Spy that the creative team behind the series were "willing to risk playing with it, to fine-tune it".
"I think when a network gives you the go-ahead, everybody feels that much more relaxed about what we're doing," the actor said, adding that series two will include more "moments of poignancy".
"It underpins the comedy," he added. "We had a few [poignant] moments in the first series, but once you know that you've got something, you're actually willing to risk playing with it - to fine-tune it - and that's what the second series is.
"It's got strong [dramatic] moments, as well as a lot of very funny stuff - I think it's funnier [than the first series]."
On You, Me & Them, Head plays Ed, who falls for a younger woman (Eve Myles »
Galavant, ABC's surprise hit musical comedy, bows with its season finale tonight and we're already missing this wonderful unicorn of a show! The final two episodes are filled with amazing guest stars (Anthony Stewart Head as Galavant's father? We are here. For. It!), swoon-worthy romantic moments, hilarious songs you won't be able to stop singing to yourself long after the credits role (including a perfectly meta ending) and some top-notch action scenes that will have you rewinding and rewatching over and over again! Plus, there's even a drunk bro-mantic scene and song between King Richard (Tim Omundson) and Galavant (Joshua Sasse)...something we'd never thought we'd see...ever! It's »
Following the international trailer released back in June, The Weinstein Company has released a new domestic trailer for the animated comedy Underdogs. Glee's Matthew Morrison leads an all-star voice cast in this upcoming foosball comedy, alongside Ariana Grande, Nicholas Hoult, Katie Holmes, Eugenio Derbez, Taran Killam, Bobby Moynihan, Chazz Palminteri, John Leguizamo and Bella Thorne.
From Academy Award winning director Juan José Campanella comes Underdogs, an animated comedy with a little bit of magic and a whole lot of heart. Jake (Matthew Morrison) is a shy, but talented, foosball player. His passion for the game is rivaled only by his love for free-spirited Laura (Ariana Grande). With her encouragement, he beats the town bully, Ace (Nicholas Hoult), in a foosball game. But everything changes when Ace becomes the world's best soccer player and returns years later to turn their village into a new sports stadium. He starts to destroy »
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