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Timing truly is everything! Just a few days after our recent story reminding everyone that "Teen Wolf" Season 3 debuts on June 3rd, MTV has released the season's full official trailer along with word that catch-up show “Teen Wolf: Back to the Pack” will air on May 27th.
And that's not all. MTV will also run a Season 2 marathon from 10:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. Et/Pt on Monday, June 3rd, leading up to the Season 3 premiere. Here are all the details:
From the Press Release:
The first half of MTV's supersized 24-episode third season of its hit scripted series "Teen Wolf" will premiere on Monday, June 3rd, at 10:00 p.m. Et/Pt. Season 3 will pick up four months after the events that nearly ended Jackson's life and resurrected Peter Hale when teen werewolf Scott McCall and his friends Stiles, Lydia, and Allison begin their junior year »
- The Woman In Black
The subtitling of Paul W. S. Anderson’s Resident Evil franchise can be a little difficult to keep track of (though not as difficult as the game series, where a numbered installment only comes along once in a blue moon), so a quick recap might be useful before discussing the latest news regarding Resident Evil 6. The film series has so far been roughly divided into two trilogies, the first consisting of Resident Evil, Resident Evil: Apocalypse and Resident Evil: Extinction, with the saga continuing in Resident Evil: Afterlife and Resident Evil: Retribution. At this point, we probably need a mnemonic by which to remember all the subtitles.
Despite having confirmation of the release date for Resident Evil 6 back in , it was not yet certain whether Anderson would choose to direct ...
- Hannah Shaw-Williams
With Hannibal, The Munsters, Sleepy Hollow, Penny Dreadful, The Following, and another season of American Horror Story coming to TV, it’s a wonderful time to be a horror TV fan. Add ABC’s Gothica to the mix.
Not to be messed up with the crappy Halle Berry movie Gothika, Gothica features a stable of our favorite literary horror characters, from Dorian Gray to Victor Frankenstein, Dracula, and others. It’s moving faster than Penny Dreadful, a similar sounding project at Showtime, and has found its Dorian Gray, Victor Frankenstein and “Grace” Van Helsing.
- Andy Greene
Teen Wolf is back on our radar, and you know what that means: it’s time for me to once again start harassing those of you who have not yet given the show a try, and once again tell you that it has really nothing to do with the 1980s Michael J. Fox movie, beyond a couple of the names and the fact that the main character is a high school student who becomes a werewolf.
It’s actually on my very limited A list, because the cast chemistry is out of the park, the stories are twisty, and the pace is fast. Plus, everyone is gorgeous, in a but-they-don’t-flaunt-it sort of way. It isn’t whiny at all, and is a perfect summer watch. Okay, maybe this will help some of you:
How about now? And yes, the girls are just as charmingly attractive. Here’s the latest »
- Erin Willard
ABC is giving the supernatural another go. Last season's 666 Park Avenue died a quick death, and I suspect this month's kinda-sorta genre entry Zero Hour will face the same fate. But for this pilot season, ABC is trying something that is more in their wheelhouse: a gothic soap. Hey, it worked for Dark Shadows.
Tom Ellis (The Fades, Merlin) has been cast as Victor Frankenstein, who runs a hospital with a biotech research department which Dr. Frankenstein uses to develop a way to bring his recently deceased daughter back to life. Victor was once romantically involved with Grace Van Helsing.
- Alyse Wax
We'll be reporting on a lot of television projects going to pilot this season. The thing you have to keep in mind is that not all of them will have what it takes to become a full-fledged series. With that said, let me introduce you to Gothica (not to be confused with Halle Berry's Gothika).
Gothica is a project at ABC that culls varioius literary characters in horror and mashes them into a drama. According to Deadline, Chris Egan and Tom Ellis are the first to be cast as Dorian Gray and Victor Frankenstein, respectively.
Egan (pictured) was seen in Resident Evil: Extinction as "Mikey."
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