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The youtube channel The Hillywood Show has made a name for itself by recontextualising popular songs to double as homages to well-known tv shows, with costumes and sets to match, along with dances. They have previously done parodies of Doctor Who and The Walking Dead, repurposing “The Time Warp” and “Another One bites the Dust” respectively.
For their latest video, the duo behind the channel took on the CW series Supernatural, setting the storyline of the show’s just-ended tenth season to Taylor Swift’s “Shake It Off”. In addition to getting a Chevy Impala much like the one driven in the series, the show tapped Osric Chau, who played Kevin Tran on the series and has appeared on previous Hillywood Show videos, to play Sam Winchester. In addition, the video managed to snag Rob Benedict, who played Chuck Shurley on Supernatural, to take on the role of Cain, with »
- Deepayan Sengupta
As you probably guessed from the title and accompanying image of this article, Greg Grunberg will be reprising his role as telepathic detective Matt Parkman in NBC’s upcoming Heroes Reborn, the continuation of the original Heroes series.
Greg Grunberg’s character will have a ‘guest arc’ in the new series, which we suppose could mean anything than a string of fan-service cameos to a strong self-contained story. Naturally, we won’t know the full extent of Matt Parkman’s role in proceedings until we seem them play out on TV.
“This highly anticipated 13-episode event series will reconnect with the basic elements of the show’s first season, where ordinary people were waking up to the fact that they had extraordinary abilities,” but also “develops new layers to [returning creator Tim Kring’s] original superhero concept, »
Another original hero is being Reborn this fall.
Airing Thursdays this fall, Reborn is a continuation of NBC’s superhero drama, which originally ran for four seasons from 2006 to 2010.
In addition to Grunberg reprising his Heroes role, Jack Coleman will be back as Noah Bennet, Masi Oka will return as Hiro Nakamura and Jimmy Jean-Louis will once again play the mind-erasing Haitian. »
NBC seems to be working hard to populate its upcoming "Heroes" reboot, "Heroes Reborn," with plenty of familiar faces from the original series, and that casting pattern continues with the addition of Greg Grunberg to the ensemble.
Entertainment Weekly reports that Grunberg, who played telepathic detective Matt Parkman on the original show, is set to reprise his role on "Reborn." According to EW, his involvement is being described as a "guest arc," so it's unclear at this point just how big of a part he will play in the new series (or how many episodes he'll appear in).
There's a lot of secrecy surrounding the show right now (check out the series's first, extremely short teaser for proof of that »
- Katie Roberts
According to The Hollywood Reporter, Rogers (Mad Men, Ginger Snaps, 1998's Lost in Space) will portray Kelly's mother, Suzy Maxwell, "a woman who is reunited with her family and several uninvited guests after a freak accident."
Production on the 10-episode Ash vs Evil Dead debut season kicked off in New Zealand last month, with Sam Raimi, Rob Tapert, Bruce Campbell executive producing. Raimi will direct the first episode and Campbell stepping back into the groovy shoes of chainsaw-churning Ash:
Campbell will be reprising his role as Ash, the stock boy, aging lothario and chainsaw-handed monster hunter »
- Derek Anderson
There’s only you and me and an all new TVLine Mixtape!
This time we’ve compiled a series of songs from recent season finales, including artist and album information in case you want to add them to your personal collection.
Spoilers abound, and we chose songs we liked — but we always love to hear your thoughts and suggestions.
So peruse our playlist, then hit the comments with your favorite TV tunes. And remember: You can always submit questions or suggestions about TV music on Twitter @RyanSchwartz.
Related‘Transitory’ Orphan, New Girl‘s ‘Slow Southern Style’ and More TV Tunes »
Produced by Scott Peters Company, HDFilms, Warner Bros Television
Aired on ABC for 2 seasons (22 episodes) from November 3, 2009–March 15, 2011
Lourdes Benedicto as Valerie Stevens
Laura Vandervoort as Lisa
Charles Mesure as Kyle Hobbes
Morena Baccarin as Anna
A reimagining of the Kenneth Johnson science fiction series of the same name which told the tale of the arrival of “friendly” aliens known as the Visitors, who appear human and peaceful when in reality, they have a secret agenda to enslave humanity and seize their resources for themselves. The Visitors come in highly advanced space ships and make promises to share their alien technology in return for a few choice Earth resources. The »
- Jean Pierre Diez
"Bound in human flesh and inked in blood..." The book that brings forth Deadite-induced destruction will be seen this fall in the Ash vs Evil Dead series on Starz, and director Michael J. Bassett recently revealed an image of the series' Necronomicon.
Production on the 10-episode Ash vs Evil Dead debut season kicked off in New Zealand last month, with Sam Raimi, Rob Tapert, Bruce Campbell executive producing. Raimi will direct the first episode and Campbell stepping back into the groovy shoes of chainsaw-churning Ash. The photo of the Necronomicon (shown below) was posted to Instagram by one of the episode's directors, Michael J. Bassett, and was then shared by Bloody Disgusting.
Campbell will be reprising his role as Ash, the stock boy, aging »
- Derek Anderson
Tucked inside CBS's fall schedule announcement this morning was another surprise: Bradley Cooper will appear in the network's Limitless series, in a recurring role. As with his part in the Wet Hot American Summer prequel, it was generally assumed that Cooper was too famous to stop by the TV version of his moderately well-received 2011 film, but he apparently enjoyed playing mind-boosting drug addict Edward Mora enough to reprise his role for the series. (The fact that he's an executive producer on the show probably helped.) In the show, Cooper's character is now a senator who aims to use star Jake McDornan — who is also on mind-boosting drugs, natch — as his "protégé"; since this show is basically a serious Chuck, does that make him the new Scott Bakula? »
- Nate Jones
Syfy continues to announce new content, and this time it’s a new spin on a weekly comedy/sketch/news show focused on the genre, and starring David Huntsberger.
Check out all the info below, and catch a special introduction video.
Syfy announces Reactor, a new, weekly half-hour series debuting Thursday, July 16 at 11:30pm/10:30c. Airing during Syfy‘s new late-night programming block, which kicks off at 11pm with game show Geeks Who Drink, hosted and produced by Zachary Levi (Heroes Reborn, Chuck), Reactor’s 12-episode season will be filmed in front of a studio audience.
Hosted by comedian and genre superfan David Huntsberger, Reactor sits at the intersection of science fiction and pop culture, capturing and celebrating all the things sci-fi fans are talking about that week. Through Huntsberger’s unique and irreverent point-of-view, this fast-paced show will tackle everything hot in the genre – from movies and »
- Marc Eastman
Heroes Reborn will air this Autumn as part of NBC's Thursday night schedule in the USA. The revival of the 2006-originating show will see new faces (Zachary Levi and Kiki Sukezane, among many others) sharing screen-time with familiar fan favourites (Jack Coleman, Masi Oka, Jimmy Jean-Louis).
The first three promotional images for the show were released yesterday. Here they are, starting with Kiki Sukezane's character Miko Otomo...
And finally, here's returning baddie H.R.G. (real name Noah Bennet), as played by Jack Coleman...
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With its miserable fall season, NBC could really use a hit right now, and it’s banking on Heroes Reborn, a continuation of the once-popular superhero series, to provide that boost. Today, the network released the first official images from the upcoming limited series, which will see the return of some old cast members as well as the unveiling of many new ones. The new shots provide our first look at Jack Coleman, reprising the role of Noah Bennet (aka Hrg), and new characters played by Chuck alum Zachary Levi and up-and-comer Kiki Sukezane.
Levi plays Luke Collins, a mysterious character who clearly seems none-too-happy with someone he’s holding a gun on, while Sukezane is taking on the role of Miko Otomo. Details on who these new people are will have to wait, though Collins is believed to be the series’ villain, devoted to tracking »
- Isaac Feldberg
AMC has announced that production is underway on The Walking Dead companion series Fear the Walking Dead, and to commemorate the occasion a special behind-the-scenes video has been released, which you can watch here.
“Fear the Walking Dead takes us back to the earlier, more dangerous, more terrifying days of The Walking Dead,” said Robert Kirkman. “A time when danger was lurking around every corner and the thing mostly likely to get you killed was your own ignorance of the rapidly changing world around you. The stakes are going to be higher and the ride more intense. We’re going to show people all the insanity of civilization crumbling that Rick Grimes slept through. Buckle up.”
See Also: Watch the first teaser for Fear the Walking Dead
Fear the Walking Dead takes place in Los Angeles, during an earlier stage of the zombie outbreak. Set to feature in the cast »
- Gary Collinson
NBC has unveiled its full primetime schedule for the upcoming 2015 TV season, and along with it, they’ve also released full-length trailers for a number of their new shows. Below is the schedule along with descriptions and trailers for their new line-up which includes the mysterious drama Blindspot from Greg Berlanti (the producer of Arrow and The Flash); along with Best Time Ever with Neil Patrick Harris, which promises to be good thanks to the multi-talented star at the center of the show; as well as the hotly anticipated Heroes Reborn.
From executive producer Greg Berlanti (“Arrow,” “The Flash,” “The Mysteries of Laura”) comes “Blindspot”: A vast international plot explodes when a beautiful Jane Doe, completely covered in mysterious, intricate tattoos, is discovered naked in Times Square with no memory of who she is or how she got there. But there’s one tattoo that is impossible »
Last week it was announced that Elizabeth Rodriguez (Orange Is the New Black, Grimm) has joined AMC’s upcoming Walking Dead companion series Fear the Walking Dead, and now the show has added another new cast member in Mercedes Mason (Chuck, The Finder).
See Also: Watch the first teaser for Fear the Walking Dead
Fear the Walking Dead will shift the action to Los Angeles and take place earlier in the zombie outbreak than the original series. Mason and Rodriguez are the newest additions to the cast, with Cliff Curtis (Missing), Kim Dickens (Gone Girl), Frank Dillane (Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince) and Alycia Debnam-Carey (The 100) all appearing in the pilot.
Fear the Walking Dead is set to get underway on AMC later this summer.
- Gary Collinson
AMC's Fear The Walking Dead has added some more potential zombie fodder in the form of Chuck actress Mercedes Mason. Though her exact role is unknown at this time, she's down as a series regular along with last week's new addition, Elizabeth Rodriguez (Orange is the New Black.) The main focus of the show will be Kim Dickins' guidance counsellor Nancy, and Cliff Curtis as divorced teacher Sean Cabrera. The first six-episode season is set to air sometime this Summer with a second expected to follow in 2016. Frank Dillane and Alycia Debnam Carey will also star, with Adam Davidson (Friday Night Lights, Fringe) directing the pilot. Robert Kirkman has confirmed that the series will start out as a prequel and deal with events leading up to the outbreak, but will eventually catch up to the current timeline of The Walking Dead. »
Here’s one that’s been assumed for a long time. In fact, some news outlets claimed this news was confirmed months ago. It’s nice to say it with 100% surety, though – the Supergirl TV series will get a full season.
Greg Berlanti and Andrew Kreisberg of Arrow and The Flash, alongside Ali Adler of Chuck, will serve as executive producers on the show. Those three co-wrote the pilot episode together, too. That's the episode that secured the season order, naturally.
Melissa Benoist of Glee and Whiplash fame will take the title role of Supergirl, Aka Kara Zor-El, Aka Superman’s cousin. She’ll be working at a media conglomerate called CatCo, before deciding to embrace her superheroic abilities that she had previously tried to hide. You »
It’s a bird… It’s a plane… It’s… super good news! Ahead of the upfronts next week, CBS has officially granted a full series order to Supergirl.
The series – developed by Arrow and The Flash producers Greg Berlanti and Andrew Kreisberg along with Chuck alum Ali Adler – was given a series commitment last fall, and has picked up quite a bit of buzz ever since. Where it will wind up on CBS’ schedule hasn’t been announced, and likely won’t be until the aforementioned upfronts next week, when the network unveils all of its plans for the upcoming fall television season.
Despite sharing a creative team with the CW DC shows, Supergirl is expected to stand independently from The Flash and Arrow - though I guess crossovers are never out of the question in today’s superhero-driven climate. The show stars Glee‘s Melissa Benoist as Kara Zor-El, »
- James Garcia
In what amounts to a news story we all saw coming, CBS has officially given Supergirl a series order. The show – developed and written by Arrow and The Flash showrunners Greg Berlanti and Andrew Kreisberg, along with Chuck and No Ordinary Family alum Ali Adler – went into development last fall and was given a series commitment shortly thereafter.
The show stars Glee alum Melissa Benoist as Kara Zor-El, who escaped Krypton’s destruction and has been in hiding on Earth and keeping her powers a secret ever since. The series will pick up when Kara is 24 years old and ready to “embrace her superhuman abilities and be the hero she was always meant to be.” Her famous cousin, Superman, is expected to show up in a small capacity, but the Supergirl will mainly focus on Kara’s solo adventures and coming-of-age journey into heroism.
- James Garcia
Superheroes are indeed all the rage on the small screen, and CBS is getting into the game for the upcoming 2015-16 TV season with Supergirl. Per the folks at TV Line, the network has picked up the DC Comics adaptation to series after getting a look at the pilot executive produced by Greg Berlanti, who is also behind sister network The CW’s Arrow and The Flash. The series stars Melissa Benoist (Glee) as Kara Zor-El, aka “Supergirl”, and picks up with the character at the age of 24. She’s been hiding her powers since first arriving on Earth from Krypton years ago, but finally decides to embrace her abilities and be the hero she was always meant to be. Berlanti, Andrew Kreisberg, and Ali Adler (Chuck) wrote the pilot and serve as executive producers for the show, which also stars Mechad Brooks (Desperate Housewives), Calista Flockhart (Ally McBeal), Chyler Leigh »
- Adam Chitwood
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