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The hungry living dead, shark-infested twisters, time travel—Syfy's bringing all of these and more to this year's San Diego Comic-Con, as the network has announced panels for Z Nation, 12 Monkeys, Sharknado 3: Oh Hell No! and more.
Press Release: "Friday, July 10
Panel (7:15pm – 8:15pm | Room 6A): Join stars Ian Ziering (Fin Shepard), Tara Reid (April Wexler), Cassie Scerbo (Nova Clarke) and David Hasselhoff (Gil Shepard), director Anthony C. Ferrante and writer Thunder Levin for a fin-tastic behind-the-scenes journey into the global pop culture sensation followed by a Q&A session. Moderated by Damian Holbrook of TV Guide Magazine.
Saturday, July 11:
Panel (11:00am – 12:00pm | Indigo Ballroom, Hilton Bayfront Hotel): Based on the Arthur C. Clarke classic novel, the upcoming six-hour miniseries stars Mike Vogel (Bates Motel), Julian McMahon (Nip/Tuck), Daisy Betts (Last Resort »
- Derek Anderson
Bet has also hopped on board the nostalgia train, announcing at its upfront presentation Thursday that it plans to revamp “Punk’d,” the hidden-camera show originally hosted by Ashton Kutcher that ran on sister network MTV. A host was not named at the presentation.
The upcoming slate also includes “Zoe Moon,” a sitcom starring Brandy Norwood as a single mom, and “Chasing Destiny,” a singing competition show featuring Destiny’s Child alum Kelly Rowland as she searches for the next big girl group.
“Black consumers experience Bet Networks differently than any other network because of our 35 years of history, tremendous experience and insights. We continue to give our viewers what they want – high-quality content that respects, reflects and elevates them,” said Bet Networks chair-ceo Debra Lee. “With more hours of original programming than ever before, our new shows coupled with our returning hits like ‘Being Mary Jane’ and ‘Nellyville’ make »
- Whitney Friedlander
Fans disappointed to hear that Bryan Cranston's Walter White and Aaron Paul's Jesse Pinkman aren't going to show up in Better Call Saul Season 1 will be happy to see that both characters are included in a new tie-in crossover comic book that is currently available on AMC's official website. This new story arrives before Better Call Saul debuts this Sunday, February 8 with Uno.
The action seen in the comic, titled Client Development, takes place during the Breaking Bad Season 2 episode 4 Days Out, where it is continued. Of course, fans already know where the story is headed. Written by Jenn Carol and Gordon Smith and drawn by Steve Ellis, the comic introduces Walter White to Saul, as Mike sets out to get intel on the high school chemistry teacher.
When Better Call Saul premieres this weekend, we'll actually get to see Goodman before his fateful first meeting with Heisenberg. »
I hope you’re watching Celebrity Name Game, and the ratings indicate that you very well may be. The game show that, according to host Craig Ferguson, hopes to push the boundaries of the genre, has been renewed for a second season, and has announced its upcoming celebrity guests.
Check out the list, and make sure you’re tuning in.
Monday, Feb. 2
Angela Kinsey & Vivica A Fox
Tuesday, Feb. 3
Michael Ealy & Mario Lopez
Wednesday, Feb. 4
Thursday, Feb. 5
Friday, Feb. 6
Katy Mixon & Mario Lopez
Monday, Feb. 9
Tuesday, Feb. 10
Wednesday, Feb. 11
Thursday, Feb. 12
- Marc Eastman
Good news for those that missed Season 1 of Z Nation on Syfy and were looking to catch up. All thirteen episodes will be available to watch, starting this weekend:
“January 7, 2015 – Burbank, CA – Citizens of Z Nation, rejoice! Season 1 of Syfy’s hit show comes to Netflix on Friday, January 9th. All 13 episodes of the first season will be available at midnight.
The series revolves around a group of survivors three years after the devastating ZN1 virus has gutted the country, when a team of everyday heroes must transport the only known survivor of a zombie attack—and humanity’s last hope of developing a vaccine—from New York to California.
Z Nation launched as Syfy’s highest-rated acquired scripted series premiere since Dr. Who in 2006 and was the network’s most social acquisition ever. The pilot, “Puppies and Kittens,” won the 10pm timeslot for Syfy, outperforming AMC’s Turn and »
- Jonathan James
Amazon Studios’ first pilot season of 2015 will debut Thursday, Jan. 15, unveiling seven drama and comedy projects as well as a half-dozen kid-centric pilots.
Already due to debut via Amazon Studios this year are the first full seasons of Bosch, Hand of God and Red Oaks, plus Season 2 of Transparent. (Chris Carter’s The After meanwhile just had its series order scrapped.)
The dramas and comedies are as follows (click photos to zoom):
6 items from 2015
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