8 items from 2016
We already shared some images from the creature feature, Enclosure, which stars Fiona Dourif (Curse of Chucky), Jake Busey (Identity), and Kevin Ryan (“Copper”). Now, we have a new batch of images from the Patrick Rea-directed pic that’s set to premiere at the UK FrightFest in London this coming August. “A couple’s romantic camping trip is cut […] »
If you ever found yourself watching Gossip Girl and thinking, “This show needs more murder,” or “I wish Chuck’s burlesque club was a deviant sex club,” then Freeform’s new mystery series Guilt is for you.
RelatedGuilt Ep Previews Freeform Drama’s ‘Racy,’ Amanda Knox-Like Mystery
The premiere this week launches with the grisly killing of Molly, a free-spirited Irish student in London. There are secrets galore (Molly was pregnant when she died! Someone was stalking her!) and so many shady suspects (Rupert Giles?!) that a flowchart might be helpful. Alas, my breakdown of the key players in »
Think you’re a good judge of innocence or Guilt? Now’s your chance to find out. TVLine has your exclusive first look at the suspects, allies and royals who’ll come under scrutiny in Freeform’s new London-set murder mystery series.
In the June 13 premiere (airing at 9/8c), American Grace (played by The Syndicate‘s Daisy Head) becomes the prime suspect in her roommate’s savage murder, forcing her sister Natalie (Vinyl‘s Emily Tremaine) to leave Boston and come to her defense across the pond. When Natalie »
[caption id="attachment_49669" align="aligncenter" width="590"] Dark Matter TV show image via Syfy.[/caption]
Deadline reports Franka Potente has been cast in a recurring role for the second season of the Dark Matter TV show on Syfy. Potente played Eleanor Nacht on The Bridge TV series which was cancelled after two seasons on FX. She also played Eva Heissen, on BBC America's cancelled series, Copper. Dark Matter, season two, premieres on Syfy, Friday, July 1, 2016 at 10:00pm Et/Pt.
According to the report, Potente plays Commander Shaddick, Chief Inspector of the Galactic Authority Serious Crimes Division, She is described as, "...cool, calculated and determined to prove the crew of the Raza were involved in the destruction of Iriden 3." The Dark Matter TV series cast includes Marc Bendavid, Melissa O’Neil, Anthony Lemke, Alex Mallari Jr., Jodelle Ferland, Roger Cross, Zoie Palmer, Melanie Liburd, and Shaun Sipos.
Franka Potente (The Bridge, Copper) has booked a recurring role on Season 2 of Syfy's space opera Dark Matter. The series, created by Stargate writers/EPs Joseph Mallozzi and Paul Mullie, follows six people who wake up on a derelict spaceship with no memories of who they are or how they got onboard. Potente will play Commander Shaddick, Chief Inspector of the Galactic Authority Serious Crimes Division. She is cool, calculated and determined to prove the crew of the Raza… »
Guilt just became a family affair.
RelatedSleeping Beauty Follow-Up Series After in Development at Freeform
The murder mystery finds Grace Atwood (Head), a young American women, accused of viciously murdering her Bff while in London. The Buffy vet will assume the recurring role of James Lahue, Grace’s charming stepfather who just so happens to have ties to the victim.
Kyle Schmid (Copper, Being Human) has signed on for a lead role in History's new military drama Six, from A+E Studios and The Weinstein Company. Written by William Broyles (Jarhead) and David Broyles, a military Special Operations veteran, and inspired by current events, Six follows a brotherhood of modern American warriors, Navy Seal Team Six, whose 2014 mission to eliminate a Taliban leader in Afghanistan goes awry when they uncover a U.S. citizen working with the… »
Melissa Leo‘s new gig is a laughing matter.
I’m Dying Up Here, the dark comedy starring the Oscar-winning actress, has been greenlit at Showtime.
The network announced the series order Tuesday at the Television Critics Association winter press tour in Pasadena.
RelatedTwin Peaks Premiere Date Narrowed Down to ‘Early 2017’ at Showtime
Based on the non-fiction book of the same name by WIlliam Knoedelseder, the hour-long Dying examines the “inspired and damaged psyches” of stand-up comedians in Los Angeles in the 1970s.
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