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BBC American in turn released both a teaser video — in which the Clone Club and others warn, “This is war,” as a new threat arrives on the scene — and a first photo (below), where we see Sarah in a tense face off with the lethal Rudy (new series regular Ari Millen) in a Dyad prison cell.
Per BBC America: More vulnerable than ever before, Sarah, Cosima, Alison, and Helena’s bond will be put to the test »
Who’s due for at least one NCIS encore? Will Arrow‘s Sara be back with a dramatic bang? Why is Gotham turning into a literal circus? Will Rumple‘s hostages be released? Read on for answers to those questions plus teases from other shows.
I missed seeing Dinozzo Sr. during NCIS‘ holiday episodes. Will he be back at all this season? –Diane
You have great timing, because when I asked showrunner Gary Glasberg about it the other day, he and the writers happened to be in the process of breaking the episode that brings Tony’s dad back for another encore, »
TVLine has confirmed that the Colombia-born actress — whose credits include The Bridge (as Marco’s wife Alma), Red Band Society and Maria Full of Grace (for which she earned an Oscar nod) — will recur on the TNT drama, in its final six episodes.
The new girl's a trouble maker! @FallingSkiesTNT xx http://t.co/YPGkMChaj2—
Sarah Carter (@sanguin_carter) December 16, 2014
According to our sister site Deadline, Buckley will play Marty “Junior” Mulligan, brother to Kathleen Robertson’s Detective Hildy Mulligan.
A fellow San Francisco Pd police officer, Junior will have been promoted into Hildy’s homicide investigation unit when Season 2 opens this summer.
Related storiesRizzoli & Isles Renewed for Season 6TNT's The Librarians Opens as Cable's Most Watched Debut »
A Good lawyer is getting Happyish.
Happyish is a described as “a comedic, soul-searching examination of our pursuit of happiness, a pursuit that might just be the very thing causing our unhappiness in the first place.” It stars British thesp Steve Coogan and Kathryn Hahn (Transparent, Parks and Recreation), as well as Ellen Barkin and Bradley Whitford.
Preston will play a Senior Account Director who must find a way to reinvent herself or lose her job. »
The future has never been more uncertain for the girls of Girls.
A new trailer for the HBO comedy’s upcoming fourth season, premiering Jan. 11 (9/8c), finds Hannah and her harem of hipsters struggling, as always, to move past the various social, emotional and self-constructed obstacles in their lives.
For our leading lady, it’s unresolved issues with Adam. For Marnie, it’s a growing frustration with Desi. And for Shoshanna — among other things — it’s about avoiding Ted-style videos that pin point exactly what she’s doing wrong with her life.
Hit Play on the new trailer above, browse photos from Season 4 below, »
One of the Acn family files the most final of deadlines in this week’s Newsroom. Sadly, it’s not jerky upstart Ray Pruit.
Nope, the series’ penultimate episode is marked by the passing of the bowtie-wearing, heavy drinking, Pruit-placating Charlie Skinner. He dies as he lived — screaming at the top of his lungs in the newsroom — at the exact same time a federal prison gives Will his walking papers.
Meanwhile, Moscow is for lovers, or so Jim and Maggie would have us believe.
Read on for what happens in “Oh Shenandoah.”
Orange Is The New Will | After seeing Will check into prison, »
It soon might look like another Sudden Departure has ripped through HBO’s The Leftovers.
The drama, which takes place after a Rapture-like event, is shedding a number of its series regulars in advance of the second season, our sister site Deadline reports.
Leads Justin Theroux, Amy Brenneman, Chris Zylka, Margaret Qualley, Christopher Eccleston and Carrie Coon reportedly will return. Ann Dowd and Liv Tyler also possibly in the mix for the upcoming season.
Dish Network customers tuning into The Amazing Race or Blue Bloods on Friday night saw a whole lot of nothing — but by morning had CBS back on their dial.
At 7pm Et/4 pm Pt on Friday, subscribers to the satellite service lost programming from CBS-owned stations.
Related Two and a Half Men Finale, Odd Couple Premiere Dates Set at CBS
The move came after six months of failed negotiations — and two contract extensions — between the network and Dish to reach a new carriage deal.
Update: Per our sister site Deadline, CBS was back on Dish by Saturday morning, after the »
A holiday hero who dishes out pastrami on rye and calls Santa’s reindeer by Seinfeld character names? Yeah, we can get into that.
NBC on Friday premiered How Murray Saved Christmas, an animated special that follows a grumpy diner owner (voiced by Jerry Stiller, The King of Queens) as he’s pressed into service when Santa is unable to make his annual rounds.
Most of the action takes place in a town where all holiday mascots, such as the Easter Bunny and Baby New Year, live. On the whole, it’s a happy little ‘burg… until you listen closely »
Paging all hooligans and troublemakers to Peri Gilpin’s office.
Jean Smart had played the role in the original pilot, but exited the project when it changed from single- to multi-cam.
Last month, Greek‘s Spencer Grammer and A to Z‘s Lenora Crichlow joined Mr. Robinson as math and English teachers — the former who moonlights as an exotic dancer, the latter who left the world of Wall Street to follow her true passion. »
Though conventional wisdom (or at least CBS’ original midseason playbook) had CSI‘s latest offshoot claiming its time slot, Battle Creek instead will call Sundays-at-10 home, starting March 1 (two weeks after CSI‘s season finale).
CSI: Cyber meanwhile will air Wednesdays at 10/9c beginning March 4, bumping Stalker from the schedule until later in the season.
A former CSI: NY detective is heading for warmer weather.
The news was broken late Thursday via the CBS procedural’s official Twitter account:
#H50 fans, cat’s out of the bag! Casting News: @TherealMelinaK is set to guest star later this season!
— Hawaii Five-0 (@HawaiiFive0CBS) December 5, 2014
Ready for more of today’s newsy nuggets? Well…
Warner Bros. and producer, Jerry Bruckheimer (best known for CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, CSI: Miami, CSI: NY, and the U.S. version of The Amazing Race), are taking on the DC Entertainment property titled Global Frequency, a comic book series written by Warren Ellis. The high-profile television project which has landed a pilot production commitment at Fox will be written by respected sci-fi writer Rockne S. O’Bannon (Farscape and Defiance creator)
Deadline reports the news on the project, saying “The show will chronicle the workings of The Global Frequency, a privately funded crime-fighting operation that uses worldwide crowd-sourcing to solve crimes the police cannot.”
Bruckheimer is joining fellow Wbtv A-list producer Greg Berlanti, who is behind a number of DC-themed projects including Arrow, The Flash, Supergirl as well as the upcoming Riverdale, based on the Archie Comics characters.
Global Frequency is a science fiction series set in the present day, »
ABC has set premiere dates for John Ridley’s “American Crime” and Ryan Phillippe starrer “Secrets and Lies” — a pair of limited-run, crime-themed dramas that will receive strong drama lead-ins and be a big part of the net’s post-Oscars push.
The 10-episode “Secrets and Lies” will take over the current “Resurrection” timeslot of Sunday at 9 p.m. starting March 1, the week after the Academy Awards air on the network. It will benefit from a potent “Once Upon a Time” lead-in, as the fairytale drama returns from its winter hiatus on that night with a string of original episodes.
“Secrets,” in which a man goes from Good Samaritan to murder suspect when he discovers the body of his neighbor’s young son, will bow with a two-hour installment, and future episodes will air from 9 to 10 p.m., leading into “Revenge.”
“American Crime” will bow Thursday, March 5 in the timeslot currently »
- Rick Kissell
Pumpkinhead II will be making its Blu-ray debut on November 18th and Scream Factory has given us a look at two clips that show off movie’s high-definition upgrade:
“When five teenagers unwittingly resurrect a demon in In Pumpkinhead II: Blood Wings, nobody is safe from the creature’s bloody rampage. But this monster is different – inside its demonic frame dwells the soul of a boy murdered years ago. Can the evil creature be killed without destroying the innocent boy trapped within? Starring Amy Dolenz (Witchboard 2, Ticks), Andrew Robinson (Hellraiser), Soleil Moon Frye (Punky Brewster), Hill Harper (CSI: NY), J. Trevor Edmond (Lord of Illusions), Linnea Quigley (Return of the Living Dead) and Kane Hodder (Hatchet), Pumpkinhead II: Blood Wings unleashes a non-stop barrage of gruesome gore from one of horror’s most iconic monsters.
Shout! Factory, LLC is a diversified multi-platform media company devoted to producing, uncovering, preserving »
- Jonathan James
Former "CSI: New York" star Hill Harper has friends in very high places (or low, depending on your politics) -- because he used to kick it with President Barack Obama back at Harvard.So, he's gotta have a direct line to Potus, right? Ehhh ... maybe. Read more »
- TMZ Staff
For only the second time ever, "CSI" will air less than 22 episodes this season, as CBS has cut the crime drama's episode order.
TVLine reports that the 15th season of the venerable drama will now have only 18 episodes, the fewest since the 17 that aired during the 2007-2008 writers' strike season. But the site says that the decision "was more about inventory than ratings."
CBS already has a backlog of programming waiting to make it to air, including the seventh (and rumored final) season of "The Mentalist," as well as the new Vince Gilligan drama "Battle Creek." Deadline notes that the cut "was part of a flex plan put in place in May, with the network now triggering the option to go down to 18 episodes."
TVLine's report also notes that "CSI"'s move to Sundays at 10 p.m. this season has been a relative success: though overall ratings are down, it's »
- Katie Roberts
This story contains major spoilers from the Graceland finale. If you haven’t watched, turn back now.
Did that just happen?!
That’s what many Graceland fans may have screamed at their televisions at the close of the season 2 finale. It’s a natural reaction considering the show has seemingly killed off its main character and said goodbye to series star Aaron Tveit.
Here’s how it all went down: Mike’s plan to take down corrupt FBI agent Sid Markham was about to come to fruition. What he didn’t know, however, is that Sid had discovered Graceland, effectively blowing Briggs’ cover, »
- Natalie Abrams
So yeah, Pumpkinhead II: Blood Wings is pretty far from a perfect sequel. Yet, in comparison to the two Syfy sequels, it may as well be likened to the quality of Evil Dead 2: Dead by Dawn. Read on for the skinny on the Scream Factory's upcoming Blu-ray release!
From the Press Release
They couldn’t leave dead enough alone. On October 28, Scream Factory will release Pumpkinhead II: Blood Wings with new bonus features.
When five teenagers unwittingly resurrect a demon in Pumpkinhead II: Blood Wings, nobody is safe from the creature’s bloody rampage. But this monster is different – inside its demonic frame dwells the soul of a boy murdered years ago. Can the evil creature be killed without destroying the innocent boy trapped within?
- Steve Barton
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