"In the darkest depths of cyberspace, there is another world. A lost dimension, home to wonders unseen, terrors unspeakable, and stories unlike any ever told. Dimension 404 is a science fiction anthology that explores the wonders – and terrors – of our digital age. From outrageous horror comedy to mind-bending action adventure, each episode tells a weird and wild sci-fi tale where the twist ending… is just the beginning. Do not click back. Do not reload. You have reconnected… to Dimension 404.
Dimension 404 is created by Dez Dolly and Will Campos and co-created by Dan Johnson and David Welch. The series
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Inspired by the Internet’s “404” error code, the six-episode series tries to evoke that feeling online users get when they stumble upon weird stories while surfing the Internet in the wee hours of the morning.
“Dimension 404, for those not in the know, is a fun science fiction anthology show, which means you’re gonna get a brand new crazy story every week, featuring an exciting new cast,” says Dolly as he introduces the trailer.
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The first season of Dimension 404 will include appearances by Megan Mullally (Will and Grace), Constance Wu (Fresh Off the Boat), Lea Michele (Glee), Robert Buckley (iZombie), Joel McHale (Community), Sarah Hyland (Modern Family), Patton Oswalt (Ratatouille), Ashley Rickards (Awkward), Sterling Beaumon (Astro Boy), Ryan Lee (Goosebumps), Matt Lauria (Friday Night Lights), Utkarsh Ambudkar (Pitch Perfect), and Malcolm Barrett (Timeless).
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So it should be no surprise that when the Modern Family star wanted to celebrate “Man Crush Monday” on Instagram, she chose a shot of the two in the midst of a steamy kiss.
“Chickpea & Pinto Bean,” she captioned the black and white photo, referring to the nickname the two call one another. She added the hashtag “#mcm.”
The photo — of Meaden, 29, in a black shirt and pants and Winter,
From Dez Dolly and Will Campos, the anthology series "aims to evoke that 3 Am feeling of wandering onto the weird side of the web and stumbling upon stories that cannot be explained in the world that we know."
Peter Mackenzie, who plays Mr. Stevens aka Dre’s boss at the aforementioned ad agency has been promoted to a series regular for Season 3 of the ABC comedy, our sister site Deadline reports.
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Mackenzie has recurred on the hit series for the past two seasons.
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* Ashley Rickards (Awkward) has been tapped to appear as a time-traveling college student on Dimension 404, Hulu’s new series about the “weird side of the web,
Warning: this article begins spoiler-free for those yet to watch Powers, but features signposted spoilers later on.
If you’ve clicked on this article purely out of intrigue, let's start by filling you in on a few details before getting into the nitty gritty of Powers. This TV show (produced by Sony and aired exclusively on PlayStation) is an adaptation of a fantastically enjoyable series of comic books penned by Brian Michael Bendis (best known, arguably, for inventing the Ultimate Marvel universe) and drawn by Michael Avon Oeming (who also has lots of Marvel on his CV, as well as the Bluntman And Chronic comics).
Christian Walker and Deena Pilgrim are the books’ protagonists - an experienced detective and his new partner, based in a fictionalised Chicago stuffed full
Written by Veena Sud
Directed by Nicole Kassell
Premiered Friday, August 1st on Netflix
A fourth season of The Killing seemed unlikely, to say the least, after the show was canceled. Fortunately for fans, Netflix stepped in and the series’ change in venue will likely shape the final season (it should, for example, allow Joel Kinnaman to drop an f-bomb, which I’ve been waiting for Holder to do since he was introduced back in the first season). What hasn’t changed is the series’ murder-mystery core. The premiere introduces two intertwining plots: the massacre of the Stansbury family (save for one survivor, son Kyle Stansbury, who does not remember the night of the murder), and whether Linden and Holder will be able to successfully cover up Linden’s shooting of Lt. Skinner from last season’s finale. The whodunit of who
The fourth and final season of The Killing picks up right after the season 3 finale. As Detective Linden (Mireille Enos) and Detective Holder (Joel Kinnaman) struggle to manage the fallout from their rash actions at the end of last season, they are assigned a new case -- a picture perfect family is murdered, survived only by the son, Kyle Stansbury (Tyler Ross), who was shot in the head during the massacre. Joan Allen guest stars this season as Colonel Margaret Rayne, the headmaster of the all-boys military academy where Kyle attends. The new season also stars Gregg Henry, Sterling Beaumon and Levi Meaden.
The Killing is created and executive-produced by Veena Sud. Mikkel Bondesen is executive producer for Fabrik Entertainment. Kristen Campo also serves as co-executive producer for Fabrik.
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