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TV on Tap: “Modern Family” Plans for More of Nanny Andy, Christopher Walken PIcked to Play Captain Hook and HBO Eyeing Colin Farrell for “True Detective”
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Right now, the semi-annual Television Critics Association tour — where the TV shows try to get that elusive media buzz that turns a show into a must-see — is assembling. Even though it isn’t set to debut until next year, there was a panel to discuss Breaking Bad spin-off Better Call Saul, which included several revelations about the series. The series will be set in 2002, six years before Saul‘s first Breaking Bad appearance, when Saul was still Jimmy McGill. Meanwhile, Michael McKean‘s will be playing Jimmy/Saul’s brother.
And here’s the first pic of McKean as Saul’s brother.
AMC has ordered a martial arts drama, Badlands, based on a Chinese story, Journey to the West, about four »
- Lyle Masaki
Meme: New View of Parker Young’s Ass, Daleks Are Coming In New “Doctor Who” Trailer, D&D Gets Lgbt Friendly
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Bryan Fischer doesn’t want to think about gay sex while eating a Whopper, Sam & Cat comes to early end, Emmy Awards are not about making audiences happy
Angelica Celaya has been cast in Constantine as Zed, who acts more as a foil for Constantine than the original female lead Liv would have. “Zed has a little more smarts, has a little more wherewithal. By design, she’s more assured. She comes from a very, very dark background. Even down to the love interest at the end of the day. Zed is the first character in the Hellblazer comics whom Constantine gets romantically or sexually involved.” So they’re going to establish that he likes girls up front. There are no plans to reshoot the pilot, as people drop in and out of Constantine’s life all the time.
Bryan Fischer is upset about the Proud Whopper, because he doesn »
- Ed Kennedy
NBC’s “Constantine” May Be Bisexual! … In 20 Years
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Shocking … well, absolutely no one, it was announced today at the Television Critics Association panel on NBC’s upcoming Constantine that the show would not be exploring the character’s bisexuality, because “his sexuality is not a crucial aspect of the character.”
But there’s hope! Executive Producer Daniel Cerone explains that they may get to it … eventually.
“Within this tome of three decades [of comics] there might have been one or two issues where he’s seen getting out of bed with a man. So [maybe] 20 years from now? But there are no immediate plans.”
Great! Then that’s when we’ll watch.
But you have to give the show credit. At least they’ve announced it from the start, and not strung us along like a certain other debacle executive produced by David S. Goyer.
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