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USA Network has announced when it will be putting back on its Suits. The cable network has revealed that its beloved legal drama will return on Wednesday, Jan. 28, at 10 p.m. for the second half of its fourth season. Meanwhile, USA’s comedy series Sirens will begin its second season the night before Suits‘ return, with its Season 2 premiere slated to air on Tuesday, Jan. 27, at 10 p.m. Suits, which premiered back in 2011 on USA, stars Gabriel Macht as Harvey, Patrick J. Adams as Mike, Rick Hoffman as Louis, Meghan Markle as Rachel, Sarah Raffery as Donna, and Gina Torres (of Firefly fame) as Jessica. The series will have plenty of guest stars for the upcoming back half of its fourth season as the show’s lineup includes newcomers Troian Bellisario (Pretty Little Liars), Billy Miller (General Hospital, The Young and the Restless) and Tricia Helfer (Battlestar Galactica). These first time guest stars will… »
- Chris King
The comedy Sirens will debut its second season the preceding night, Tuesday, Jan. 27 at 10 pm.
Suits‘ midseason finale saw Louis learning Mike’s secret and then demanding name partnership from Jessica in exchange for his silence.
Children of the ’70s and ’80s have lost one of their seminal storytellers.
Emmy nominee Glen A. Larson, who created dozens of hit series including Battlestar Galactica, Buck Rogers in the 25th Century, Quincy M.E., Cover Up, Magnum, P.I., Manimal, The Fall Guy and Knight Rider, died Friday night at age 77 at a California hospital. The cause of death was esophageal cancer.
His trio of Emmy nominations came »
Space exploration in a hot topic in Hollywood right now. Especially with Christopher Nolan’s Interstellar currently out in theaters. The SyFy Channel has a miniseries coming out called Ascension, which tells the story of a group of people who leave earth in 1963 to find a new planet that can be populated with people. The series picks up fifty years later. It definitely seems like it has basically plot idea from Interstellar, only it’s not told on such a grand scale. We’ve got two trailers for the series, as well as a detailed press release that offers up some more details on the story and who stars in the series:
In 1963, the U.S. government launched a covert space mission sending hundreds of men, women and children on a century-long voyage aboard the starship Ascension to populate a new world. Nearly 50 years into the journey, as they approach the point of no return, »
- Joey Paur
Secret missions into space to save the Earth are so hot right now. Of course, there’s Christopher Nolan’s Interstellar, but now there’s also the Syfy miniseries Ascension. Tricia Helfer (Battlestar Galactica) stars in the show which surmises that, in 1963, the U.S. government sent a group of people into space to find and populate a […]
The post ‘Ascension’ Trailer: Syfy Miniseries About a Space Mission to Populate a New World appeared first on /Film. »
- Germain Lussier
Royal Pains fans will have the pleasure of HankMed’s company for at least two more seasons.
Each season will consist of eight episodes.
The Hamptons-set series’ sixth season, which ended on Sept. 2, averaged a respectable 3.4 million viewers.
The two-season pickup ensures that Royal Pains will live to see its 100th episode; the milestone outing that will fall within Season 8.
Season 7 is slated to premiere in June 2015.
Here at Thn we couldn’t be happier that the BFI is currently celebrating all things Sf with a plethora of events across the UK. With over 1000 screenings of classic film and TV at 200 plus locations, there’s a veritable constellation of sparkly gems for any Sf aficionado to glut themselves with.
Cinema and science fiction have always been close bedfellows—and it’s no surprise really. As far back as Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein, weird and wonderful ideas about science, humanity, and the universe were captivating readers. And of course, we all know what a godsend Shelley’s creature was to the silver screen.
But what’s the magic ingredient which makes Sf so enduring? You only have to cast your eyes down cinema or TV listings to see the number of features with a speculative element. The X-men franchise, Guardians Of The Galaxy, Dawn Of The Planet Of The Apes, »
- Claire Joanne Huxham
Elevators. Relationships. Conversations with other human beings in general. As evidenced by Tuesday’s series premiere of USA Network’s Benched, none of these things are lawyer Nina Whitley’s strengths.
Fortunately — for the viewers, at least — her failures are spectacularly entertaining.
After being passed over for partner at her corporate firm — by a less-qualified, larger-breasted friend, no less — Nina (Happy Endings‘ Eliza Coupe) unleashes the proverbial Kraken, telling off every single one of her co-workers with the kind of speech most hard-working, under-appreciated Americans only dream of. »
Syfy knows they messed up. Now they have a plan to win you back. The cable network’s top executives won’t say this in such blunt language, but they acknowledge that somewhere along the line, the network missed an opportunity to have more great scripted dramas. It happened sometime after the name change from Sci Fi Channel to Syfy and the conclusion of Battlestar Galactica—the acclaimed series that was once mentioned by critics alongside titles like Mad Men and The Sopranos as representing TV's top-tier of storytelling. Once the weary Battlestar crew decided to settle on Earth in the show’s 2009 series finale, »
- James Hibberd
Nina Whitley, the main lawyer on USA Network’s new legal sitcom Benched — premiering Tuesday at 10:30/9:30c — isn’t someone you’d necessarily choose to have in your corner. Then again, she probably wouldn’t want to help you, either.
Why TLC quickly ditched “Here Comes Honey Boo Boo” Quick and decisive action was the only choice TLC had to make, says Josef Adalian, because it’s better to be safe than sorry. Plus, if the facts of the situation change, TLC could easily un-cancel the show. Still, “Honey Boo Boo’s” ratings have declined recently, and its loss won’t really hurt TLC. Mama June’s 20-year-old daughter Chickadee claims she was also victimized by the same child molester TMZ reports that Anna Cardwell, Aka Chickadee, who is married with a child, says she was also molested, at age 8, by the child molester whom Mama June is allegedly dating. Rainn Wilson drops the Vine star who was accused of raping his ex-girlfriend Vine star Curtis Lepore was announced earlier this week as starring in Wilson’s Vine-inspired scripted series “Hollywood and Vine.” Click Read Full Post For More Watch »
- Norman Weiss
Erstwhile Killer Woman Tricia Helfer is trying on Suits for size.
Helfer will play Evan Smith, Mike and Harvey’s opposing counsel in a huge class action case. Although the two sides exchange blows, Harvey’s first instinct may be to exchange numbers with her.
The episode will air during the second half of the show’s fourth season, which is slated to kick off in early 2015.
Helfer will »
Syfy has announced that it has not only delayed its upcoming space-set mini-series "Ascension," but they have significantly altered their plans for airing it.
The series follows the members of covert 1960s Us space mission in which hundreds of people are sent on a century-long voyage aboard the starship Ascension to populate a new world.
Halfway into their journey, as they approach the point of no return, the murder of a young woman causes the ship's population to question the true nature of their mission.
Originally the six-episode mini-series was to start airing on November 24th with weekly episodes. Instead, the network will now screen the series in three, two-hour installments over three consecutive nights - from December 15th to 17th.
Source: IGN »
- Garth Franklin
The five-time Emmy nominee has joined the cast of Comedy Central’s Another Period, our sister site Deadline reports, playing a mysterious servant named Chair. A spoof set at the turn of the century, Period tells the story of the Bellacourts, an insanely wealthy family from Newport, R.I.
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* Alex Carter will guest-star on an upcoming episode of CBS’ Stalker, TVLine has learned exclusively. »
It appears things are not what they seem in this quickie trailer for the Syfy channel’s new “limited series” (I guess that’s the new way to call something that used to be a mini-series or backdoor pilot) “Ascension.” No doubt if the show is a hit, it’ll likely launch an ongoing series. The most notable name here is Tricia Helfer. I would call this a “Babylon 5″-ish show, except it doesn’t seem to have any aliens, and it looks kind of dull despite the quick cutting and people wielding guns. But take a look and decide for yourself, take a look and decide for yourselfers. In 1963, the U.S. government launched a covert space mission sending hundreds of men, women and children on a century-long voyage aboard the starship Ascension to populate a new world. Nearly 50 years into the journey, as they approach the point of no return, »
Sneak Peek the first trailer from Syfy's upcoming 'limited series event' "Ascension", created by Philip Levens ("Smallville") starring Tricia Helfer ("Battlestar Galactica") as the wife of a Starship Captain (Brian Van Holt), debuting November 24, 2014:
"...In 1963, the U.S. government launched a covert space mission sending hundreds of men, women and children on a century-long voyage aboard the starship 'Ascension' to populate a new world. Nearly 50 years into the journey, as they approach the point of no return, the mysterious death of a young woman causes the ship’s population to question the true nature of their mission..."
Click the images to enlarge and Sneak Peek "Ascension"...
- Michael Stevens
Killer Women came and went pretty fast, but Tricia Helfer’s got another series on the way and it looks far more promising. Ascension is a six-hour mini-series that goes down on a starship carrying 600 people on a mission to save the human race by populating a new world. Helfer plays Viondra Denniger, a beautiful but manipulative power broker aboard the starship Ascension. The show’s very first trailer just dropped and even though the piece is only 30 seconds long, it still offers up a fairly comprehensive sense of the Ascension’s mission as well as an effective tease of what sends it into chaos. Hit the jump to check out the Ascension trailer for yourself. The mini-series debuts on Syfy on November 24th at 9/8c and also stars Brian Van Holt, Andrea Roth, Brandon P. Bell, Tiffany Lonsdale and Pj Boudousque. Via EW. Here’s the official synopsis for Ascension: In 1963, the U. »
- Perri Nemiroff
Syfy is returning to outer space and bringing along Battlestar Galactica's Tricia Helfer in this first trailer for its upcoming miniseries thriller Ascension. The pitch: The U.S. launches a massive space ark containing 600 people to save humanity and populate a new world, but they experience some rather serious complications. The series from writer Philip Levens (Smallville) stars Brian Van Holt as the ship's captain and Helfer as his power broker wife. Ascension debuts Nov. 24 on Syfy, and though it's billed as a limited series, I suspect if the show is successful that it could expand (like Battlestar after »
- James Hibberd
Bloodworx is a film of many names. It has been known as Bloodwork, Phase One and The Experiment. This time the film will be released as Bloodworx in the United States. The release date is set for this October 21st and Bloodworx will release on DVD, on this date. Bloodworx is a horrifying title, in which experiments go very wrong and very bloody. As well, the film stars Travis van Winkle (Transformers), Tricia Helfer (“Battlestar Gallactica”), John Bregar, Mircea Monroe and the prolific actor Eric Roberts. A new trailer and the DVD artwork are hosted here. For more on the story, Greg (Van Winkle) and Rob (Brejar) are two college students, with a desperate need for cash. They decide to take part in an experiment for allergies. But, this scientific experiment is not what it appears to be. After the bait and switch is revealed, Greg and Rob must fight for their lives, »
- firstname.lastname@example.org (Michael Allen)
The feel-good Internet story of the year, the resurrection of Reading Rainbow finally came to fruition this weekend. The show ran for twenty-three years on PBS before being unceremoniously cancelled in late 2006. Since then, host LeVar Burton & co have launched a Reading Rainbow app – an education tool for children, allowing them to read and view a vast number of books and interviews; though it wasn’t until earlier this year, with Burton’s impassioned plea via Kickstarter, that Reading Rainbow truly returned into the national consciousness. Burton’s Kickstarter campaign sought to raise funds to launch the app on the web, smart-phones and other streaming devices, as well as for free for needy impoverished schools. Within eleven hours, one million dollars had been raised for Reading Rainbow – and when all was said and done, over five million in sum had been donated. To honor the many people who contributed to the cause, »
- Tommy Cook
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