4 items from 2016
Following the death of Gary Glasberg, the showrunner of “NCIS” and creator of its spinoff “NCIS: New Orleans,” the CBS franchise’s cast and crew, as well as the rest of Hollywood, were quick to pay their respects.
The statement released on behalf of the “NCIS” cast and crew wrote, “Gary was our rock, our cheerleader, our team captain. He inspired us with his leadership, his creative instincts and keen insight. NCIS will not be the same without him, and each of us will miss his smiling face and unwavering humor, which lifted us every day.”
What sad a day this is. Gary Glasberg was a gentle man and gentleman »
- Seth Kelley
Something lurks in the shadows in tonight’s episode of Outcast, airing at 10:00pm Est on Cinemax. Ahead of the new episode’s premiere, we have photos and preview videos teasing troubled times ahead for Rev. Anderson and Kyle.
“Episode 106 – “From the Shadows It Watches”: Rev. Anderson (Philip Glenister) finds his powers sorely tested; Patricia (Melinda McGraw) reaches out to Kyle (Patrick Fugit); Sidney (Brent Spiner) delivers a warning.
“Based on the Skybound/Image comic title by Kirkman and artist Paul Azaceta, Outcast stars Patrick Fugit as Kyle Barnes, who has been plagued by demonic possession all his life and has sequestered himself from those he loves for fear of causing greater hurt. Now, with the help of Reverand Anderson (Philip Glenister), a West Virginia evangelist who believes he is a soldier in God’s holy war against the forces of evil on Earth, the young man embarks »
- Derek Anderson
File this one under “Easier said than done”: In this week’s Outcast, Kyle told his catatonic mother Sarah that, after what she did to him while possessed, he had intended not to give a damn about her anymore. Trouble was, of course, he not only still cared, he cared a lot. So in “(I Remember) When She Loved Me,” he attempted to cast out the demon inside her. Did it work? Read on and find out.
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‘Church Is Not Optional’ | Early on in the hour, Reverend Anderson hollered »
London — Global entertainment channel Fox is set to become the first broadcaster in Europe and Africa to showcase a new drama on Facebook Live. On Friday, episode one of horror story “Outcast,” created by “The Walking Dead’s” Robert Kirkman, will debut exclusively through Facebook Live across the region.
The episode will be seen simultaneously in 61 countries, including in the U.K., Italy, Spain, Poland, South Africa, Germany, Sweden and Turkey. The pilot will give fans their first taste of the thriller before its series bow the week of June 3 on Fox across the region. Fox will show every episode of “Outcast” weekly across the globe within hours of the U.S. transmission on Cinemax.
Diego Londono, COO, Fox Networks Group, Europe and Africa, said: “Thanks to ‘The Walking Dead,’ Robert Kirkman has created an army of fans throughout the region… By partnering with Facebook, we are giving the fans »
- Leo Barraclough
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