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“S.J.’s vision of the material is spectacular. She drew performances from our cast that are nothing short of remarkable,” said executive producer/Head of Marvel Television Jeph Loeb. “When the world gets to know Jessica Jones’ name it will be in no small part from S.J.’s sparkling talent. We can’t wait to work with her again.”
See Also: New footage from Marvel’s Jessica Jones in international teaser
Jessica Jones hits Netflix on November 20th and features a cast that includes Krysten Ritter (Breaking Bad) as Jessica Jones, Mike Colter (The Following) as Luke Cage, David Tennant (Doctor Who) as Kilgrave / Purple Man, Rachael Taylor (Transformers) as Trish Walker / Hellcat, Eka Darville (The Originals) as Malcolm, »
- Gary Collinson
After two fantastic teasers for the series (find the first here, and the second here), Marvel and Netflix have today announced that film and television director S.J. Clarkson (Bates Motel, Dexter, Orange is the New Black) will helm the first two episodes of Jessica Jones. All thirteen episodes of the series will hit the online
- Josh Wilding
Marvel announced today that S.J. Clarkson has helmed the first 2 episodes of Netflix's Jessica Jones, and also served as executive producer on the premiere installment. Clarkson has garnered acclaim for her work on TV shows such as Orange is the New Black, “Bates Motel, and Dexter. "S.J.'s vision of the material is spectacular. She drew performances from our cast that are nothing short of remarkable,” said Executive Producer/Head of Marvel Television, Jeph Loeb. “When the world gets to know Jessica Jones' name it will be in no small part from S.J.'s sparkling talent. We can't wait to work with her again." The series stars Krysten Ritter as Jessica Jones, David Tennant as Kilgrave, Mike Colter as Luke Cage, Rachael Taylor as Patricia “Trish” Walker, and Carrie-Anne Moss. Jessica Jones will premiere in November 20. »
All Hell just broke loose, and it's left poor Jessica Jones with bloody knuckles. But it looks like she'll be doing all right as she enjoys a nightcap following a bar fight massacre. Even the jukebox in this local Hell's Kitchen watering hole knows not to mess with this Marvel superhero. The latest trailer for Netflix's next Marvel series has arrived from Japan. And it proves why this is going to be your next binge obsession.
After months of anticipation, Netflix announced its highly-anticipated original series Marvel's Jessica Jones will premiere on November 20, 2015 at 12:01am Pt in all territories where Netflix is available. That teaser was delivered via the show's social handle @JessicaJones. Today's new footage comes courtesy of Netflix Japan's Twitter page to give us some actual footage, which shows that Krysten Ritter's title character is certainly not one to be trifled with. After leaving a trail »
One Tree Hill and Dexter alum Bethany Joy Lenz has been tapped as the female lead opposite Andrew Buchan in TNT’s drama pilot from writer Aron Eli Coleite and Jerry Bruckheimer TV. Rounding out the cast of the thriller are Bruce Greenwood (Thirteen Days) and Benito Martinez (The Shield), Nicole Muñoz (Defiance), and Roberta Colindrez (Birdman). In addition to Buchan, they join previously announced JoBeth Williams, Harris Dickinson and Sawyer Barth. Home delves into the… »
After being gone for five years, during which he suffered unimaginable ordeals, billionaire Oliver Queen returned home to Starling City with a mysterious agenda and a set of new skills that he uses in a war on crime in this hard-hitting action series. Determined to right his city’s wrongs and sworn to bring justice to those who have corrupted it, Oliver (aka The Arrow) narrowly defeats the vengeful Slade Wilson, his onetime ally and mentor on the island of Lian Yu. But like all wars, there are casualties. Sacrificing herself for her children, Moira Queen falls at the hand of Deathstroke, sending Oliver’s sister, Thea, into self-imposed exile with her biological father, Malcolm Merlyn. To honour his fallen friends and family and protect the people he loves, Oliver must rededicate himself to his cause — to become a beacon of hope for those most in need, and a weapon »
- Dan Powell
'Dare to judge his breath in the morning. Very soon, Jessica Jones. A series of original Netflix.' That's how the latest Marvel superhero series is introduced in an all-new trailer. In this first look footage, we get to see that the possibly hung over Jessica is not too fond of waking up in the late afternoon. Stealing its opening title card from It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia, we learn that it's 2:59 pm in Hell's Kitchen. The alarm is about to go off. And the clock doesn't stand a chance! What has this young lady so tuckered out? Long night of drinking and superheroing?
In early September, Netflix announced its highly-anticipated original series Marvel's Jessica Jones will premiere on November 20, 2015 at 12:01am Pt in all territories where Netflix is available. That teaser was delivered via the show's social handle @JessicaJones. Today, they used their Facebook page to give us some actual footage, »
Good TV used to be an oxymoron. For many years, hour long shows were filled with situations that just didn't reflect what the viewing public wanted. Half hour shows weren't much better but at least they were funny. TV was seen as a graveyard. The place that actors went when their careers stalled. No serious director worked in this medium. Ever.
Then Reality TV happened and TV seemed to reach it lowest ebb yet. Whether it was couples searching for "true" love, or people getting $100 (after taxes!) for doing gross and disgusting things, it was one bad show after another. So you had bad episodic TV, bad half-hour TV and just awful Reality TV. Then something interesting happened...Cable TV and a little HBO show called The Sopranos.
Filled with real characters, violence, well written dialogue, and just about everything else that grabs viewers, The Sopranos showed that TV could be better than good, »
ABC’s The Muppets premiered on Tuesday to 9 million total viewers and a 2.9 demo rating (per finals), veritably doubling the year-ago launch for Selfie (4.9 mil/1.4) and trailing only The Voice in the demo for the night.
The Muppets thus stands as ABC’s biggest series debut since How to Get Away with Murder.
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Leading out of that, Fresh Off the Boat returned to 6.1 mil/1.9, up markedly from its freshman finale (5.1 mil/1.5) as well as Manhattan Love Story’s year-ago debut (4.3 mil/1.3). Dancing With the Stars’ performance/elimination combo »
Forced to crawl on his belly through New York City subway-system skank. Gobsmacked by the murder of an old pal with whom he just reconnected. Possibly addicted to a new and incredibly potent drug. Perhaps worst of all? Finished with a temp job that was supposed to last two weeks — but only took two hours.
RelatedFall TV Predictions: First Cancellation, Mer’s New Grey’s Love, a Once Return, »
The latest movie-turned-tv-show is CBS’ Limitless, which wraps slick visuals around a generic, empty centre…
This review contains spoilers.
The thematic centre of Neil Burger’s 2011 feature Limitless, based on Alan Glynn’s novel The Dark Fields, was what we’d all be willing to sacrifice for knowledge and power. If you were offered a psychotropic devil’s bargain that would make you an uber-capable genius at the cost of your safety, would you take it?
The CBS spin-off show poses no such question. Not in the pilot at least. It doesn’t use its neural-enhancement-drug premise to probe the ethics of an issue that’s recurred in myth for centuries, from Prometheus to the Garden of Eden to Doctor Faustus to a shelf of comic books a mile long. Instead, it uses it to populate network TV with yet another super-powered crime-solver.
Because by the end of the Limitless pilot, »
September 22nd marks the two-year anniversary of Dexter’s series finale. After eight seasons of bloodletting and slide collecting, the show’s conclusion was – to put it mildly – astoundingly divisive, with many fans still reeling to this day about the closure (or lack thereof) provided in the end.
While some of the series’ later seasons were far from being as warmly received as its earliest ones, one thing that remained relatively consistent throughout were the performances behind a number of characters caught in the titular antihero’s orbit. Love them or hate them, many of Dexter’s coworkers, family members and enemies became just as big a part of the show’s fabric as the serial killer himself, with the actors often doing their best even if the material in latter seasons may not have made it easy.
Over its run, the series featured countless recurring characters and special guest stars, »
- Geoff Cox
The time has arrived! Today, we're seeing a different street level view of Hell's Kitchen. Here is a first look into the Netflix original series Marvel's Jessica Jones. It will be the second of four epic live-action adventure series. The others include Marvel's Daredevil, which launched April 10th and returns for Season 2 next spring, Marvel's Luke Cage and Marvel's Iron Fist. This is all leading up to the teaming of the main characters in The Defenders. Marvel's Jessica Jones is set to premiere only on Netflix on November 20th.
After a tragic ending to her short-lived Super Hero stint, Jessica Jones is rebuilding her personal life and career as a detective who gets pulled into cases in New York City. Marvel's Jessica Jones is a suspenseful, edgy look into the life of Jessica Jones, one of the most popular new Marvel characters of the last decade, as she faces demons from within and without. »
We have just received the first batch of images from the upcoming Netflix series Marvel’s Jessica Jones, which will debut this coming November.
Krysten Ritter (Jessica Jones) is joined by an amazing cast including David Tennant (Kilgrave), Mike Colter (Luke Cage), Rachael Taylor (Trish Walker), Carrie-Anne Moss, Eka Darville, Erin Moriarty and Wil Traval.
Marvel’s Jessica Jones on Netflix is executive produced by series Showrunner Melissa Rosenberg (Twilight, Dexter) and Liz Friedman (Elementary), along with Jeph Loeb (Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.,Lost, Marvel’s Daredevil), who also serves as Marvel’s Head of Television.
Jessical Jones will debut on Netflix worldwide on 20th November, 2015. Here are those images.
- Paul Heath
Broadchurch‘s Andrew Buchan and JoBeth Williams (Poltergeist, Dexter) are set to star along with Harris Dickinson (Some Girls) and Sawyer Barth (Public Morals, Black Box) in TNT pilot Home, a dramatic thriller from writer Aron Eli Coleite and Jerry Bruckheimer TV. Home delves into the secrets lingering behind the façade of a seemingly idyllic suburban family. Rose Altman couldn't be happier: An accomplished designer with a successful business, the newly pregnant Rose is… »
ReedPOP, the world's largest producer of pop culture events including New York Comic Con (Nycc), continues to grow the East Coast's biggest entertainment event and offer its Fans additional once in a lifetime experiences. Due to growth of television programming at New York Comic Con, it will for the first time expand Panel content beyond the Javits Center to include a location devoted solely to the latest news, content and high-profile stars of today's biggest television projects at the Hammerstein Ballroom in Manhattan. On both Friday, October 9 and Saturday, October 10, Cartoon Network, CBS TV Studios, USA Network and Starz will have exclusive events at the storied Hammerstein Ballroom.
Fans will have the ability to attend the Panels taking place at the Hammerstein Ballroom with their Nycc 2015 Badge from 11:30 Am - 6:00 Pm on Friday, October 9 and from 10:00 Am - 5:30 Pm Saturday, October 10. The Hammerstein Ballroom is located »
George R. R. Martin’s ‘A Song Of Ice And Fire’ sequence of fantasy novels were one of literature’s best kept secrets for nearly fifteen years… that is, until the premier episode of HBO’s cable television adaptation Game Of Thrones was broadcast in April 2011 and blew poor George’s comfortable life to smithereens.
There’s no question that Martin’s been fortunate with HBO’s treatment of his novels – and, by extension, so have his fans. Game Of Thrones has only started significantly deviating from the story being told in Martin’s ongoing novels in the latest season: True Blood only used Charlaine Harris’ ‘Southern Vampire Mysteries’ as a starting point, and Dexter treated Jeff Lindsay’s original novels more as a loose guideline.
Following on from the rampant success of Game Of Thrones, the race was on to find another series of novels that might replicate »
- Ben Cooke
Marvel's Jessica Jones series will appear in its entirety on Netflix on Friday the 20th of November. Also, there's a teasing clip here...
Resultantly, this power couple of entertainment companies has pressed right ahead with their next project - Jessica Jones, set again in New York's Hell's Kitchen, will be next out of the gate.
Thirteen hour-long episodes of the new drama will land on our screens at one minute past midnight on Friday the 20th of November, it was confirmed today.
A short teaser video for the series has also circulated online, which you can check out here...
Krysten Ritter (Breaking Bad, Dont Trust The B- In Appartment 23) stars as the eponymous superhero-turned-sleuth Jessica Jones, and she'll face off against former Time Lord David Tennant, who's playing the villainous Purple Man. Joining them are Rosario Dawson »
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