19 items from 2016
Shudder will take viewers to the place that's "not as brightly lit" this Halloween season, as the 1980s anthology series Tales From the Darkside will be available to watch in its entirety on the horror streaming service beginning October 1st:
Press Release: New York, New York – September 26, 2016 – The AMC-backed streaming service, Shudder, is The entertainment destination for everything you need to watch this Halloween season. Whether you’re a hardcore horror fan or simply looking for the scariest films to celebrate this time of year, Shudder has something for everyone in its sweeping library, carefully curated by some of the top horror experts in the world.
As Halloween approaches, Shudder is expanding its database with a variety of new titles including cult favorites, blockbuster hits, and classic thrillers. Additionally, for the first time ever, Shudder will be offering horror TV series to complement its expansive film library.
Premiering October 20th »
- Derek Anderson
Avast, ye land lubbers. Watch the first-look teaser trailer for the fourth and final season of the Black Sails TV show on Starz. In July, the premium cable channel announced the fourth season of Black Sails TV show would bring the series to an end, effectively leaving Black Sails cancelled. The 10-episode final season will premiere in 2017.Black Sails stars: Toby Stephens, Hannah New, Luke Arnold, Jessica Parker Kennedy, Tom Hopper, Zach McGowan, and Ray Stevenson. Black Sails is created by executive producers Jonathan E. Steinberg and Robert Levine. Get more information from this Starz press release. Read More… »
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Chicago – One of Chicago’s most popular pop culture gatherings is the Wizard World Comic Con, and the 2016 edition is building anticipation for the weekend of August 18th through the 21st. Besides the fan costumes, vendor booths and comic book legends, Wizard World has appearances from TV and movie celebrities, highlighted by Michael J. Fox (“Back to the Future”), David Duchovny (“The X-Files”) and Princess Leia herself, the one and only Carrie Fisher.
To gear up for this year’s Wizard World Comic Con, HollywoodChicago.com is publishing – for the first time – a series of Exclusive Portraits from last year’s Wizard World Comic Con. Photographer Joe Arce was there, and shot 22 Exclusive Portraits of the type of TV and movie celebrities that Wizard World can offer at the event.
The Wizard World Comic Con is a yearly event in Chicago, »
- firstname.lastname@example.org (Adam Fendelman)
No sooner had Eliza Taylor and the gang from The 100 settled into TVLine’s Comic-Con studio presented by Zte for their interview with Andy Swift than she took Lindsey Morgan‘s hand and said, “We have an announcement to make. Princess Mechanic — it’s on!”
She was kidding (probably). But even if she was dead serious, other obstacles might stand in the way of a Clarke/Raven coupling. “People want me and Abby to be in love,” Morgan told Taylor. “They want me to be your daddy. »
While there, they had a chat about earth, including those scenes at the end of The 100 Season 3, when a cloud of smoke and lightning were approaching Polis.
Jason Rothenberg teased that the smoke and stuff “probably wouldn’t be until the end of the season. … The earth strikes back in Season 4. … It’s an unbeatable foe."
"It becomes not how to stop it; it becomes, ‘How do we survive?’ There aren’t enough life boats. … It’s a return in a lot of ways, thematically, to what we did in Season 1. … The earth is the Ark.”
It all sounds pretty ominous.
If you recall, the earth is about to come to an end. Taking down Alie meant that the end of civilization was fast approaching and our band of »
- Paul Dailly
The cast and executive producer of “The 100” were on hand at Comic-Con to preview Season 4 of the hit CW drama, beginning with a sizzle reel that included a work-in-progress shot from next season that showed the Grounder city of Polis being overtaken by a dark cloud of radioactive fallout as Eliza Taylor’s Clarke narrated via voiceover: “Our enemy isn’t something that can be fought, it can’t be reasoned with, it can’t be killed. When all is lost, can hope survive? can we survive? After everything we’ve done, do we deserve to?”
Creator Jason Rothenberg said that if and when we see that shot in its finished form, it’ll be later in the season, but the producers wanted to offer fans a tease for the season, given that they haven’t started filming yet.
“The earth strikes back in Season 4, it is an unbeatable foe,” Rothenberg »
- Laura Prudom
Showing no visible signs of their recent scrap with Alie, the stars of The CW’s The 100 assembled at San Diego Comic-Con on Friday to discuss the impending dangers of Season 4.
RelatedThe 100 Season Finale Recap: Who Didn’t Survive the Fight Against Alie?
Eliza Taylor, Henry Ian Cusick, Marie Avgeropoulos, Lindsey Morgan, Christopher Larkin and Richard Harmon were all on hand to rehash the previous season’s conflicts, as well as give a glimpse of what’s ahead. Here’s what we learned:
* The audience was treated to an ominous shot of a cloud of smoke and lightning approaching Polis, »
“The 100” has promoted recurring guest star Zach McGowan to series regular in Season 4, TheWrap has learned. The “Black Sails” actor made his debut as a Grounder named Roan in Season 3. Throughout the season, Roan went from enemy to uneasy ally for Clarke (Eliza Taylor), Bellamy (Bob Morley) and the rest of the Arkers, and ended the series as King of the Ice Nation. McGowan’s promotion comes after series regular Ricky Whittle exited the show halfway through Season 3. Also Read: Warner Bros. to Bring 'Supergirl,' 'The 100,' 'Riverdale' to Comic-Con The series is centered on 100 juvenile delinquents who are. »
- Linda Ge
Land ahoy! Starz has announced the fourth season of its Black Sails TV show will be the last, leaving Black Sails effectively cancelled. The Treasure Island prequel series was renewed for its fourth and now final season, this time last year. The 10-episode season season four will premiere in 2017.A pirate drama, Black Sails stars Toby Stephens, Hannah New, Luke Arnold, Jessica Parker Kennedy, Tom Hopper, Zach McGowan, and Ray Stevenson. Black Sails is created by Jonathan E. Steinberg and Robert Levine. They exeuctive produce with Michael Bay and his Platinum Dunes partners Brad Fuller and Andrew Form . Chris Symes, Brad Caleb Kane, and Dan Shotz also executive produce.Read More… »
Spoilers follow: Do not read on unless you’ve seen “The 100” Season 3, Episode 7, titled “Thirteen.”
Nothing gold can stay in the world of “The 100,” and the show never hesitates to remind us of the dangers of post-apocalyptic Earth by killing characters with gleeful abandon. This week’s casualty was Grounder Commander Lexa (Alycia Debnam-Carey), who inadvertently ended up dead at the hands of her second-in-command Titus (Neil Sandilands), after he attempted to kill her lover, Clarke (Eliza Taylor).
The hour also revealed that the Artificial Intelligence program known as Alie was not only responsible for the nuclear apocalypse that destroyed the world and necessitated the Ark’s sojourn in space, but that the second iteration of the program formed the foundation of the Grounders’ religion, with Alie creator Becca (Erica Cerra) becoming the first Commander to the nuclear survivors left on Earth. The AI has subsequently been passed »
- Laura Prudom
(Spoiler alert: Please do not read on if you have not watched Thursday’s episode of “The 100.”) Four episodes into the third season of The CW’s “The 100,” and one pivotal character has bitten the dust. The Ice Nation queen Nia (Brenda Strong) challenged the authority of the Grounder commander Lexa (ALycia Debnam-Carey), resulting in a head-to-head combat. Lexa chooses to fight for herself, while Nia sends her son, the banished prince Roan (Zach McGowan). It’s supposed to be a battle to the death, but Lexa changes course when victory is imminent, sending her spear through Nia »
- Linda Ge
Do not read on unless you’ve seen “Watch the Thrones,” the fourth episode of season three of “The 100.”
There has been much to like about the third season of “The 100.” As I watched the first four episodes, comparisons to “The Lord of the Rings” saga kept coming to mind. Visually, thematically and on a story level, this is the season in which “The 100” is expanding its universe, depicting a ragged but vibrant city and a whole host of fierce rivalries, showing formidable armies on the march, and depicting brief but nuanced moments of tenderness and connection between conflicted characters under a great deal of pressure.
I’ve seen some mixed opinions on the Murphy-Jaha storyline, but I’ve always enjoyed that odd-couple pairing and I’m willing to see where it goes. As a notable Season 1 Murphy doubter, I continue to be pleasantly surprised by how »
- Maureen Ryan
The CW has set a Tuesday, April 19 premiere date for new midseason drama “Containment.” The network has also announced the fourth and final season of “Beauty and the Beast” will premiere on Thursday, June 2. “Reign,” which returns for the final half of its third season on Monday, April 25. Also Read: 'The 100' Star Zach McGowan on Roan's Odds of Survival “Containment,” from “Vampire Diaries” showrunner Julie Plec, will debut at 9 p.m. Et, behind “The Flash,” which airs at 8. The drama is set in the aftermath of a mysterious and deadly epidemic breaks out in Atlanta, where a vast urban. »
- Linda Ge
While “The 100” may be known as a show where anyone can – and someone probably will – die at any moment, new Grounder Roan may be sticking around for a while. This, despite the fact that he’s about to enter into a big gladiator-style head-to-head battle with the Grounder commander Lexa (Alycia Debnam-Carey) in the newest episode. “I did a number of episodes, so he’s definitely a presence throughout the season,” teased star Zach McGowan, who joined the show in Season 3. Also Read: 'The 100' Star Alycia Debnam-Carey on Clarke and Lexa's Reunion Fallout Three episodes in, »
- Linda Ge
Episodes: Ongoing (hour)
TV show dates: January 25, 2014 -- present
Series status: Has not been cancelled
Performers include: Toby Stephens, Hannah New, Luke Arnold, Jessica Parker Kennedy, Tom Hopper, Zach McGowan, Toby Schmitz, Clara Paget, Mark Ryan, Hakeem Kae-Kazim, Sean Cameron Michael, Louise Barnes, Rupert Penry-Jones, Luke Roberts, and Ray Stevenson.
TV show description:
This adventure series takes place in 1715 in the Caribbean. Pirates have been declared enemies of all civilization. Ruthless Captain Flint (Toby Stevens) is feared amongst pirates and is facing threats on all sides.
A former British colony, New Providence Island has become a notorious haven for pirates, prostitutes, and criminals. Richard Guthrie (Sean Cameron Mitchell) and his daughter Eleanor (Hannah New) run a smuggling operation on the island, turning the pirate’s ill-gotten gains into profits. »
After a rocky reunion, Clarke accepted Lexa’s terms and made the citizens of Arkadia the 13th clan of the coalition of grounders, on the newest episode of “The 100.” Seemingly unsure of what to do, Clarke (Eliza Taylor) at first accepts Roan’s (Zach McGowan) suggestion of murdering Lexa, only to find herself not being able to go through with it when the knife is at her throat. Without a choice, she chooses to join Lexa’s (Alycia Debnam-Carey) coalition, making the citizens of Arkadia the 13th clan, meaning she herself and all her friends would be under the command of the one. »
- Linda Ge
(Spoiler alert: Please do not read if you have not watched Thursday’s episode of “The 100”) Clarke’s time away from familiar faces came to an end in the newest episode of “The 100” Thursday night. The wayward leader of the Sky People (played by Eliza Taylor) had been on a walkabout of sorts for three months since the end of Season 2, but unbeknownst to her, Bellamy (Bob Morley), Kane (Henry Ian Cusick), Monty (Christopher Larkin) and others had caught word of her whereabouts and were on her trail. After getting captured by the bounty hunter Roan (Zach McGowan), Clarke seemed doomed, »
- Linda Ge
Everyone was looking for Clarke in The 100 Season 3 premiere this past Thursday, but it will be Bellamy and Kane who try to rescue her in this week’s all-new episode. However, as these photos from “Wanheda: Part Two” show, it will be pretty difficult for Clarke to escape from her captor, Roan (played by Black Sails‘ Zach McGowan), as he has the “commander of death” bound and gagged. While it’s clear that Roan is looking for some type of reward for capturing Clarke, the question that I (and I’m sure many other The 100 fans) was left with after last week’s premiere, was who is he
The 100 Spoilers: Bellamy and Kane Try to Rescue Clarke, Murphy Schemes Against Jaha »
- Chris King
TV show trailer for The CW‘s The 100, Wanheda, Pt. 2. Who wants to be Wanheda, when everybody wants this Wanheda’s head? Well, we can definitely put Clarke (Eliza Taylor) in the ‘not it’ column; but she got tagged by Roan (Zach McGowan), anyway, so…. The good news is that we get some formal introduction time for Roan, by […] »
- Sam Joseph
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