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RelatedPilot Season ’16: Scoop on This Fall’s (Possible) New Shows, Who’s In Them
The potential series follows a female police detective who discovers she is able to speak via ham radio with her estranged father (played by Smith) — who died 20 years prior and also was a detective. As they forge a new relationship while working together on an unresolved murder case, unintended consequences »
Riley Smith has landed the lead role of Frank Sullivan in the CW’s “Frequency” reboot pilot, TheWrap has learned. The role was played by Dennis Quaid in the 2000 New Line sci-fi drama of the same name, on which the potential series is based. “Frequency” will be written by “Supernatural” alum Jeremy Carver, who will also serve as executive producer, along with Toby Emmerich, John Rickard, Dan Lin and Jennifer Gwartz. Also Read: CW Orders Pilots From Kevin Williamson, 'Supernatural' Producer In this reimagining of the New Line Cinema time-travel film, a female police detective in 2016 discovers that she is able to. »
- Linda Ge
Riley Smith (Nashville, True Detective) is set as the male lead in Frequency, the CW’s drama pilot based on Toby Emmerich's sci-fi thriller. Smith will play Frank Sullivan, the character played by Dennis Quaid in the 2000 movie. The TV series, written by Supernatural showrunner Jeremy Carver, centers on Raimy, a female police detective in 2016 who discovers that she is able to speak via a ham radio with her estranged father, Frank Sullivan (Smith), also a detective, who… »
Official photos from the 13th episode of Supernatural season 11, "Love Hurts," airing Wednesday, February 10 at 9pm on the CW.
Official Synopsis from the CW: "Sam (Jared Padalecki) and Dean (Jensen Ackles) investigate a set of murders on Valentine?s Day and discover they are dealing with an ancient curse. Once kissed by the curse, the person is marked to die." »
After years of obsessing over The CW's hit TV show Supernatural, you start to learn a few things. For one, there will always be plenty of steamy gallery pictures of Sam and Dean. What's more, the Winchester brothers are the best and baddest duo on television. But the boys aren't the only reason fans tune in week after week - there's one demon who never fails to make us laugh. That's right, we're talking about the one and only king of Hell, Crowley (Mark Sheppard). To help commemorate our love, we're using iconic Crowley GIFs to guide you through the shortcomings and pitfalls of your 20s. Keep scrolling, then watch Sheppard tear it up with Jensen Ackles in a recent performance of "Whipping Post" by the Allman Brothers Band. »
- Ryan Roschke
Thanks to The CW network, we have our first look at next week’s brand new episode of Supernatural, which is titled “Love Hurts.” The series has put its own bloody spin on Valentine’s Day in the past, as the horror genre is no stranger to doing, so it should be interesting to see what they bring to the table this time around.
From the footage given, we can see that Sam and Dean Winchester are investigating a case in which people have had their hearts ripped out, causing them to first suspect werewolves. As it turns out, next week’s brand of terror is actually a product of an ancient curse that marks people for death once they have been kissed. That sounds like the worst possible case of cooties to me!
As longtime fans of the show are aware, the writers often pluck things from established folklore and urban legends, »
- Eric Joseph
Here are the best and funniest quotes from Sam and Dean Winchester?s adventures in the 12th episode of Supernatural season 11. Also, check out my recap of this episode.
Official Synopsis from the CW: "Sam (Jared Padalecki) and Dean (Jensen Ackles) drop in on Jody Mills (guest star Kim Rhodes), Claire (guest star Kathryn Newton) and Alex (guest star Katherine Ramdine) after receiving a panicked phone call from Claire. She believes the recent murders in town are supernatural and wants the boys? help. However, Sheriff Mills tells Sam and Dean that Claire has been getting into trouble lately as she?s been attacking normal people and accusing them of being monsters." »
Tonight’s Supernatural was full of characters we hadn’t seen in a while. Jody, Alex, and Claire all made their season 11 debuts, and turned an otherwise standard filler episode into something worthwhile. We hadn’t yet seen them as a family yet, and when we do, it’s easy to see that things have changed. I don’t just mean in terms of the show’s universe, either; you can see that the both Kathryn Love Newton (Claire) and Katherine Ramdeen (Alex) have grown as actors. Neither have ever been bad, but both were inexperienced, and it showed. If you were to wipe my memory of
Supernatural Season 11 Episode 12 Review: “Don’t You Forget About Me” »
- Hunter Bishop
Given that Jensen Ackles's modeling days hearken all the way back to that infamous cowboy shoot in 1999, it's safe to say he's had quite a long time to master his smolder. We've followed him through the years as he's paved his way on the small screen, admiring his downright hottest pictures and epic Supernatural facial expressions with equal fervor. Then, as soon as he opened his mouth and sang, we were irrevocably in love. To commemorate the way we slowly fell for Jensen, treat yourself to all these pictures of him staring into your soul. You may want to have a seat first. »
- Ryan Roschke
Not so long ago, January was literally full of drama.
Network TV development execs typically spent the December holidays reading 60-plus scripts for prospective drama series. The following month would be dedicated to debating and strategizing on the best dozen or so to order to pilot. And then, as Groundhog Day approached, they’d do it all over again with comedies.
This year, the broadcast networks were nearly done handing out all of their pilot orders before January wrapped. They have no choice: The chase for top talent and material is now so fierce that the pilot-season timetable might as well be measured in warp factors. No one can afford to dawdle: The traditional broadcast development cycle has to barrel into a marketplace already humming year-round with deal-making for cable and digital shows.
“All the networks are just trying to get out in front of each other — basically, everyone is racing, »
- Cynthia Littleton and Elizabeth Wagmeister
Game of Thrones' Neil Marshall will direct NBC's TV show pilot, Time, written by Supernatural's Eric Kripke and The Sheild's Shawn Ryan. The three will executive produce with The Blacklist's John Davis and John Fox. Ryan's much beloved Terriers was cancelled by FX after its first season. Davis's The Player was cancelled after nine episodes on NBC.
Time features a threesome traveling through time to thwart a criminal mastermind determined to alter history, regardless of the disaster that could ensue.
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Recently, CW released the new,official synopsis/description for their upcoming "Supernatural" episode 13 of season 11. The episode is entitled, "Love Hurts," and it turns out that we're going to see some very interesting and intense stuff take place as Dean and Sam have to deal with an ancient curse that offers death upon anyone who receives it, and more! In the new, 13th episode press release: Sam (Jared Padalecki) and Dean (Jensen Ackles) are going to investigate a set of murders on Valentine's Day and will find out they are dealing with an ancient curse. Once kissed by the curse, the person will end up being marked to die. Phil Sgriccia directed the episode, and it was written by Eric Charmelo & Nicole Snyder. Episode 13 is due to hit the airwaves on Wednesday night, February 10th at 8pm central time on The CW. »
- Andre Braddox
The Winchester brothers will be joined by some of Supernatural‘s best ladies in tonight’s episode, titled “Don’t You Forget About Me.” The all-new hour not only features the return of Kim Rhodes as Sheriff Jody Mills but also Kathryn Netwon as Claire Novak and Katherine Ramdine as Alex. If that sounds like an all-star list of guest stars to you, that’s because it is. So how do Sam and Dean wind up reuniting with these three fan-favorite characters? According to The CW’s official description of “Don’t You Forget About Me,” the brothers come “after receiving a panicked phone call from
Supernatural: Jody, Claire, and Alex Reunite With Sam and Dean »
- Chris King
In this take, MacGyver will be a twenty-something man recruited into a clandestine organization where he uses his knack for solving problems in unconventional ways to help prevent future disasters from happening.
Paul Downs Colaizzo penned the new take with "Furious 7" and "Saw" helmer James Wan attached to direct the pilot and executive produce. Henry Winkler, who also produced the original series, will also executive produce along with Michael Clear.
The project, along with the "Nancy Drew" reboot, are said to be a high priority for the network. The original series ran for 139 episodes from 1985 to 1992 and starred Richard Dean Anderson as MacGyver. The WB shot a pilot for a "Young MacGyver" back in 2003 with "Supernatural" star Jared Padalecki in the role. »
- Garth Franklin
The CW has ordered a TV show pilot for Frequency. Based on the 2000 film of the same, which starred Dennis Quaid and Jim Caviezel. In the TV adaptation, the lead will be a female detective. With the help of a ham radio, she is able to speak to her deceased father, for help on an unsolved murder.
Supernatural's Jeremy Carver is writing and will executive produce with Toby Emmerich and John Rickard, as well as Dan Lin and Jennifer Gwartz, who worked together on Forever, which was cancelled by ABC, after one season.
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General Hospital is about to employ the cardinal rule of soap operas: Just because your character is dead doesn’t mean you’re out of a job.
No word on who Easton will play when he gets back to Port Charles, but Valentini promises in the above video that he’s “got something great” in store for the actor.
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Love turns to madness and nightmare becomes reality in Crimson Peak, a chilling and beautiful supernatural horror from visionary director Guillermo del Toro. The film features a frightfully talented cast including Mia Wasikowska (Alice in Wonderland, Jane Eyre) as Edith Cushing; two-time Academy Award® Dark Thirty, Mama) as Lady Lucille Sharpe; Tom Hiddleston (The Avengers, Thor) as her brother, Sir Thomas Sharpe; Charlie Hunnam (Pacific Rim, Sons of Anarchy) as Dr. Alan McMichael; and Jim Beaver (Supernatural, Adaption) as Edith’s father, Carter Cushing.
Young aspiring author Edith Cushing (Wasikowska) is living with her father in New York at the dawn on the 20th century. When he suddenly dies in suspect circumstances a seductive stranger Thomas Sharpe (Hiddleston) succeeds in sweeping Edith away to Allerdale Hall; a house that sits atop a mountain of profitable blood-red clay. The maze like property is packed with mystery, and the secretive »
- Dan Powell
Compared to last week's extraordinary instalment, though good, Supernatural's latest episode is a more workmanlike affair...
This review contains spoilers.
11.11 Into The Mystic
This week, we’ve a locked room mystery on our hands in Into The Mystic. After a cold open in Ireland featuring a shrieking, floating woman, a man bashing his own head in and a baby left to fend for itself, we find the boys investigating the case of a man brutally killed inside his own room with no signs of a break-in. Sam’s still reeling from his run-in with Lucifer so Dean tries to get him back on track, figuring that they’ve got nothing to work on the Darkness yet. Of course, they’re both blissfully unaware that Castiel is no longer in residence and Lucifer has taken over his meatsuit, intent on stopping the Darkness in his own, unique way. »
Deadline reports that Time is described as “Back to the Future meets Mission: Impossible” and is “a high-octane drama following an unlikely trio who travel through time to battle a master criminal intent on altering the fabric of human history with potentially catastrophic results.”
Marshall, whose film credits include Dog Soldiers, The Descent and Doomsday, has been very active on the small screen as of late, helming episodes of Game of Thrones, Constantine and Hannibal, along with the pilot for Black Sails. »
- Gary Collinson
Cohan's major movie acting debut was the 2005 film "Casanova" as 'Sister Beatrice'.
Her next role was in the 2007 film "Float".
February 2010 she was cast in "Death Race 2".
Cohan was then cast in Season Three of "Supernatural" as 'Bela Talbot', a thief, appearing in six episodes.
Cohan is also noted for playing the recurring character 'Rose', a 500 year old vampire in "The Vampire Diaries".
Cohan was then cast in the second season of AMC's "The Walking Dead" in the recurring role of 'Maggie Greene'.
She was promoted to the main cast in Season 3.
Click the images to enlarge. »
- Michael Stevens
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