Defiance Finale Recap: Bon Voyage...?
Syfy’s Defiance on Friday night closed Season 3 with one of the most series finale-est episodes one could imagine, apparently choosing not to hedge any bets about its future.
The hour picked up where last week left off, with vicious Kindzi planting her purple paws on li’l Lucas Tarr. Stahma did all she could to wrest the child away from the Omec, even offering to be Kindzi’s slave, but to zero effect. Luckily, just as Kindzi began laying her tongue on the tot’s noggin, »
ABC Nabs Dramedy From Liz Heldens Based On ‘Big Ballet’ UK Reality Series
In a competitive situation, with multiple networks pursuing, ABC has landed ballet-themed dramedy written/executive produced by Deception and Mercy creator Liz Heldens and executive produced by Sue Naegle. The project, which has received a script commitment with a significant penalty, hails from Sony Pictures TV’s recently relaunched TriStar TV label. The British reality series, which had a brief run on Channel 4 last year, featured 18 amateur, plus-sized dancers, many… »
TVLine's Performer of the Week: Frank Dillane
The Performer | Frank Dillane
The Show | Fear the Walking Dead
The Episode | “Pilot” (Aug. 23)
The Performance | We’d only watched the first few minutes of The Walking Dead spinoff — the artful opening vignette in which Frank Dillane took junkie Nick Clark from drug-addled confusion to abject terror — before we knew: A star had been born.
The English actor was so in the moment, so vulnerable and palpably afraid, that we couldn’t help but be drawn in. It was as if, like his character, we were seeing a zombie for the very first time. (And, considering how many walkers we’ve seen by now, »
Review: 'Hannibal' Season 3, Episode 13, 'The Wrath of the Lamb': Over The Edge
Previously: Review: 'Hannibal' Season 3, Episode 12, 'The Number of the Beast is 666': Don't Call Him Tooth Fairy Appetizer Many thanks to Becca Nadler for filling in for me last week, as "Hannibal" played out what is probably "Red Dragon's" most infamous scene. And hey, it did so in a way that was more graphic than either R-rated film adaptation! On network television! I'm really gonna miss this show. Behold The Great Red Dragon We open with a bit of business from the novel -- enjoy it while it lasts because Fuller and Co. toss it by the wayside about 10 minutes in. Francis pretends to kill himself in front of Reba, so he can spare her as well as get the drop on Will. But after Francis sent Will a very detailed message last episode about the revenge he was going to wreak on him, it takes Will about three »
- Jeff Stone
Archer Cast on Season 7: Espionage, Giant Animals and... Cocaine Pies?
If you had told us, prior to San Diego Comic-Con 2015, that the cast of Archer would be the toughest group to get spoilers from, we wouldn’t have believed you.
But as you will find in Michael Ausiello’s Q&A with the actors — including Aisha Tyler, Judy Greer, Chris Parnell and Jessica Walter — the voices behind the animated FX-turned-fxx series aren’t willing to spill much about the upcoming seventh season.
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That’s not to say a few intriguing hints weren’t dropped. According to Greer, Season 7 will feature two “big, »
Big Bang Theory Season 9: Our Hopes for 'Shamy,' Li'l Wolowitz and More
When The Big Bang Theory‘s Season 8 finale cut to black, nearly each and every one of the comedy’s romances were in danger.
RelatedBig Bang Theory Cliffhanger Mystery Solved: Leonard and Penny [Spoiler] in the Season 9 Premiere
Sheldon, having just ended a Skype chat with Amy that signaled trouble for their slow-burning romance, revealed what looked to be an engagement ring to the audience at home.
Meanwhile, on their way to wed in Las Vegas, a plot contrivance found Leonard revealing he had once cheated on Penny, and Raj professed his “love” for Emily to avoid an awkward cemetery break-up. »
‘Hannibal’ Finale: A Last Supper That’s Not Fully Satisfying (Spoilers)
“Hannibal” has likely had its last supper, concluding a somewhat ungainly third season that delved further into its literary underpinnings. Assuming there’s no stay of execution, the NBC series goes down as one of the most meticulously produced – and hunger inducing – in the recent annals of network TV, one that finally appeared to run out of options along with hospitable real estate.
Despite an extremely loyal cadre of fans, showrunner Bryan Fuller’s program endured various indignities during the course of its run, among them being moved to Saturday nights to mitigate ratings damage to the network. Viewing had always been low (with international financing keeping production viable), but tune-in shriveled further after its relocation. And while there was talk of a revival elsewhere, that always looked more hopeful than likely, demonstrating that Netflix and Hulu can’t always be counted upon to reheat network leftovers.
None of that »
- Brian Lowry
‘Hannibal’ Finale Postmortem: Bryan Fuller Breaks Down That Bloody Ending and Talks Revival Chances
Spoiler warning: Do not read on unless you’ve seen the “Hannibal” season three finale, “The Wrath of the Lamb.”
Bryan Fuller’s “Hannibal” takes its leave from broadcast television in exactly the same manner in which it entered — full of style, subversiveness and some of the most cinematic imagery ever presented on the small screen.
Even fans familiar with Thomas Harris’ literary works would’ve had a hard time predicting how Fuller and his stars Mads Mikkelsen and Hugh Dancy would pull off the climax to Harris’ familiar “Red Dragon” story arc, but the team behind “Hannibal” once again made the material their own by focusing on the complex (but always compelling) relationship between Mikkelsen’s titular cannibal and Dancy’s criminal profiler, ending with a literal cliffhanger that was made a little less cruel (or more, depending on your perspective) by the post-credits stinger that saw Gillian Anderson »
- Laura Prudom
Hannibal Finale Post Mortem: Bryan Fuller on Will/Lecter Love, Bedelia's Last Supper, That Siouxsie Sioux Jam
Hannibal may have aired its series finale on NBC tonight, but that doesn’t mean executive producer Bryan Fuller is done telling the story of the cannibalistic Dr. Lecter and his friends, frenemies and potential “dinner dates.”
“It’s not over until I’m dead, as far as I’m concerned,” Fuller says of his dream to continue this particular yarn — either through a fourth season on a new network, or (more likely) via a big-screen spinoff.
“The fans are going to have to be very patient. It’s »
Hackers Up Attacks On Media, Showbiz
Computer hackers’ efforts to penetrate and disrupt media and entertainment networks were up sharply in the quarter that ended June 30, major Internet security company Verisign reported. Media and entertainment companies represented 20% of Verisign’s work in the quarter to thwart or minimize attacks such as the 2014 assault on Sony Pictures Entertainment, according to Rapid TV News. Verisign said the largest attack targeted online video services with denial-of-service… »
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