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Just when you thought it was time to brave the outdoors… your DVR is poised to drag you back in, filling up with loads of fresh summertime TV fare.
When do the Orange Is the New Black inmates resume their sentences? When does Orphan Black‘s end begin? When does CBS’ Zoo open back up? At what point is The Leftovers simply over? When will Mary’s Reign end? When will daring Killjoys, Shadowhunters and Ninja Warriors again fill your screen?
By popular demand and as hand-curated by a jury of exactly one, TVLine presents this handy calendar of June premieres and finales, as well as a tinted box jam-packed with select July dates-to-save. (And who’s to say what else August might have in store besides Ray Donovan, The Last Ship and Marvel’s Defenders! Sounds like a separate calendar, someday.) Click to zoom, and save the dates:
Preemptive P.S. My calendar-making skills have never been infallible — it’s more of a hobby, really — so if you spot something that is (theoretically) missing, drop a polite note in Comments and I just might include it in an update.
The Performer | Ewan McGregor
The Show | Fargo
The Episode | “The Lord of No Mercy” (May 24, 2017)
The Performance | Oh, brother. All season long on Fargo, McGregor has been pulling double duty as feuding Minnesota brothers Ray and Emmit Stussy. But in this week’s riveting potboiler of an episode, that duet tragically became a solo act.
Like Tatiana Maslany on Orphan Black, McGregor has so skillfully differentiated his two characters here — Emmit is the polite, genial big-business tycoon; Ray is the scruffy, embittered black sheep — that it’s easy to forget they’re played by the same actor. This week, McGregor »
Author: James Kleinmann
The lineup for the first Split Screens TV festival in New York which runs at the IFC Center from 2nd – 8th June 2017 has just been announced.
With high-profile filmmakers and actors working in television now the norm and the current wealth of celebrated series, showcasing episodes along with their casts and creators has become an increasingly important aspect of major film festivals. Despite the likes of Tribeca 2017 creating an entire programme strand for television, the natural focus of festival press coverage tends to remains on film, so it’s great to see more festivals emerge like Spilt Screens which are devoted purely to television.
Curated by critic Matt Zoller Seitz, the weeklong Spilt Screens festival comprises special events, panels and screenings and launches with the world premiere of HBO’s ’70s set drama ‘The Deuce’, with producer and co-star Maggie Gyllenhaal in attendance.
Other guests taking to »
- James Kleinmann
It’s that time of year again: Emmy season is upon us, and Variety’s coverage will begin in earnest in next week’s issue. But before we kick off a brand new race for TV’s top trophy, we’re taking a look at nine key categories and breaking down which of last year’s nominees are in and out of the race, who might stage a dramatic return and what newcomers have already made an impact on the kudos landscape.
Vasya Kolotusha for Variety
Looking to return: Netflix’s “Orange Is the New Black” had »
- Geoff Berkshire
Orphan Black: Season 5 Trailers BBC‘s Orphan Black: Season 5 TV show trailers stars Tatiana Maslany, Jordan Gavaris, Evelyne Brochu, Bobby Brown, and Kristian Bruun. Orphan Black‘s plot synopsis: “The clones have been through it all together. From assassinations, detrimental illnesses, monitors and accidental [...]
Continue reading: Orphan Black: Season 5 TV Show Trailers Herald the BBC Series’ Final Season »
- Rollo Tomasi
Elisabeth Moss‘ new role is positively infectious.
The Handmaid’s Tale star will play Irish immigrant Mary Mallon, infamously known as “Typhoid Mary,” in a new BBC America miniseries entitled Fever, our sister site Variety is reporting. Moss will executive produce, along with director Phil Morrison (Enlightened) and Mad Men writer Robin Veith, who will pen the adaptation.
RelatedTVLine’s Performer of the Week: The Handmaid’s Tale‘s Elisabeth Moss
Based on Mary Beth Keane’s novel, Fever tells the story of Mallon, the family cook who was the first known healthy carrier of typhoid fever in 1900s New York. »
I have to admit that I’m very behind on a number of quality shows I’ve yet to watch. On my list is Orphan Black. Only last week did I see the very first scene from the very first show and I have to admit that I was hooked. Seeing Tatiana Maslany look at her dead self after being smashed by a train was awesome. But was it her dead self? Honestly I have no idea because I haven’t seen the show. I just know she plays a zillion characters and has received awards for it. Despite my lack on knowledge
Orphan Black’s Farewell Season Releases Its Final Trailer »
- Nat Berman
In today’s edition of TV Bits: A Preacher season two featurette. The trailer for the final season of Orphan Black. A new look at Fear the Walking Dead. And a quick promo for the Hotel Transylvania series. In a month’s time, Jesse Custer (Dominic Cooper), Cassidy (Joseph Gilgun), and Tulp O’Hare (Ruth Negga) will happily reenter our lives with season two of Preacher. […]
- Jack Giroux
Last time we saw the Clone Club sisters (all portrayed by Tatiana Maslany), they weren’t doing great. Resident Bad Clone Rachel had abducted Sarah’s family, Sarah and Cosima were severely sick or injured, and Alison and Donnie (Kristian Bruun) were on the lamb with Helena. Luckily, the new trailer for “Orphan Black” hints that the sisters will find their way back to each other and “fight as one” in the last batch of episodes.
Plot details are vague in the footage, but Mrs. S (Maria Doyle Kennedy) ominously says, “Whoever the man behind the curtain is, he’s put Rachel in charge.” It seems that the show’s fifth and final season will see the clones face off against Rachel and their creator once and for all. Along the way, we’ll get to see Sarah plot to get her daughter (Skyler Wexler) back, Rachel look smug, and Alison freak out. So classic “Orphan Black,” basically.
Maslany won a much-deserved Emmy in 2016 for her performance(s) in “Orphan Black.” She has also served as a producer on the feminist sci-fi series since 2015. “Two Lovers and a Bear,” “The Other Half,” and “Woman in Gold” are among her other credits.
Trailer Watch: Clone Club Preps for Its Final Fight in “Orphan Black” Season 5 was originally published in Women and Hollywood on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story. »
- Rachel Montpelier
"It's a new day, Sarah." BBC America has just released a new preview for the upcoming final season of Orphan Black.The sci-fi drama centers on Sarah Manning (Tatiana Maslany), a con-woman who discovers she is one of many clones that have been created by a scientific movement — and are at the center of an assassination plot by a secret religious group. The cast also includes Jordan Gavaris, Maria Doyle Kennedy, Kristian Bruun, Kevin Hanchard, Skyler Wexler, Ari Millen, and Josh Vokey.Read More… »
With less than three weeks to go until the premiere of Orphan Black, BBC America has released a new trailer for the highly-anticipated fifth and final season of the acclaimed sci-fi drama which you can watch below…
The clone sisterhood has been through it all together. From assassinations, detrimental illnesses, monitors and accidental murders to suburban drug fronts, kidnappings, male clones and biological warfare – there isn’t anything this lot hasn’t experienced. But through it all, they’ve remained united in their love and mission to keep each other safe at all costs. They’ve sacrificed their families, the loves of their lives, and any true sense of normalcy, all for the chance to liberate themselves from forces much bigger than any one of them. This season, they must all fight for the family they’ve chosen, for a new future and ultimately, for freedom.
Orphan Black season 5 is »
- Amie Cranswick
Here’s a crazy Orphan Black thought: What if Krystal is the one who cracks this whole clone conspiracy wide open?
In a new trailer for the series’ fifth and final season, the so-called ditzy sestra declares, “I’m getting into a dress, and then I am going to get down to the truth.” (Considering how close she got to it last season, I wouldn’t be surprised if Krystal is the one holding all the answers at the show’s end.)
VideosOrphan Black Clones Declare, ‘Now We Fight…’ in Final Season Trailer
Elsewhere in the preview: Helena worries about her babies, »
Pete Dillon-Trenchard May 20, 2017
The references and nerdy spots we caught in Doctor Who series 10: Extremis...
This article contains spoilers. Lots of them.
Whether you like it or not, we’re now halfway through this series of Doctor Who, and it’s time for the stakes to get higher; we now know who’s in the vault (or at least, who the Doctor thinks is in the vault), there’s a massive alien invasion waiting to strike, and oh yeah, the Doctor’s still blind. While you bite your nails waiting for next week’s instalment, here are our viewing notes with all the vaguely interesting things we noticed about this week’s episode. As ever, if you’ve noticed things we haven’t, »
Simon Brew May 20, 2017
Doctor Who series 10 episode 6 is Extremis - and with lots of spoilers, here's our review...
This review contains spoilers. Our spoiler-free review is here.
“Knock yourself out. Actually, do that. Knock yourself right out”
When the ‘a long time ago’ card popped up, and a voiceover kicked in talking about death, I wondered if the latest Doctor Who story, Extremis would be breaking the steady, confident style that’s been winning people over so much this run. Or at least departing from it a little. Here, the episode looked like it was going to zip about more, and that the pace was to be ramped up as a consequence. Not a bad thing depending on the story of course, but not »
Louisa Mellor May 19, 2017
BBC One officially confirmed renewal of Taboo, its wild, Gothic melodrama starring Tom Hardy, in March of this year. Co-created and written by Peaky Blinders creator Steven Knight, the first series told the story of Hardy's enigmatic James Delaney, a man with a mysterious past and a fearsome reputation returning to Regency London after a decade's absence.
Speaking to Knight today about series four of Peaky Blinders, which began filming in March, he told us that he is currently writing series two of Taboo. "I'm just doing it now. I'm trying to write it as quickly as I can".
The earliest we »
It’s incredibly hard to track how many good shows there are today. I don’t blame people for being overwhelmed as well as strapped for time. We have to be extremely selective in what we watch. I only have so many shows I can tape and so much time to watch them. One show I’ve never seen in my entire life is Orphan Black. I’m aware of how talented Tatiana Maslany is. I know the praise and awards she’s gotten. I know she plays like 500 characters on the show. I know the show has an amazing following and about as
If You’ve Never Scene Orphan Black, The Opening Scene Will Change All of That »
- Nat Berman
With Orphan Black in its fifth and final season, and Peter Capaldi kicking off his last outing as the 12th Doctor, BBC America is in the market for its next hit TV series. Is this new Doctor Who spinoff the right prescription? The series reportedly drew disappointing ratings in the UK. Will the Class TV show be cancelled or renewed for season two? Stay tuned.Airing on the BBC America cable channel, Class stars Greg Austin, Fady Elsayed, Sophie Hopkins, Vivian Oparah, Katherine Kelly, Jordan Renzo, Aaron Neil, Pooky Quesnel, Paul Marc Davis, Anna Shaffer, and Shannon Murray. The sci-fi drama follows four students at Coal Hill Academy. Despite their differing backgrounds, they must band together to wage a covert war against aliens who have traveled through space and time. Under the supervision of Physics teacher Miss Quill (Kelly), Charlie (Austin), April (Hopkins), Ram (Elsayed) »
With so many skinny bundles now flooding the market, how can potential cord cutters decide which cheaper-than-cable package is right for their needs? One of the simplest ways these services can be compared is in terms of their respective channel lineups. YouTube TV, for example, lacks channels from Scripps Networks, which are carried by Hulu’s live TV offering.
Though its lineup still has significant holes, YouTube TV is now spackling some of them. It has officially brought channels from AMC Networks to its subscribers.
When YouTube TV launched back in April, the video site said it would not be long before the AMC Networks suite -- which includes AMC, BBC America, IFC, Sundance TV, and We TV -- would be integrated into the service. Now that YouTube has followed through on that promise, it has brought its digital TV lineup to 46 channels, which remains short of the 50+ hubs offered by Hulu. »
- Sam Gutelle
Anticipating the return of Game of Thrones can be agonizing. There are so many questions left unanswered and cliffhangers that leave you and other fans wondering what will happen next. Discussions and arguments break out online analyzing every part of each episode as you wait for the show to resume. Fans will search for any mention of the actors and their other projects in the media. By the time the program returns to the air, there are so many fan theories and ideas flying around that it’s impossible to predict what’s going to happen next. If you’re looking for something else to do besides read everything online about the last episode and predictions about the next one, there are other distractions available. You might even find another fandom to join, and the cycle will begin all over again. If you’re willing to take that risk, here »
- The Hollywood News
Tom Cullen and Tatiana Maslany on ‘The Other Half’ by Uinterview Tatiana Maslany is a Canadian actress, who is best known for her roles on Orphan Black. This Tatiana Maslany bio will let the actress tell her story in her own words. Tatiana Maslany Bio: Age, Family, Early Life Tatina Maslany was born in Regina, Saskatchewan, on […]
The post Tatiana Maslany Bio: In Her Own Words [Video Exclusive] appeared first on uInterview. »
- Catherine Valdez
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