The seventh and final season of "Sons of Anarchy" is set to premiere this month, and if the new trailer is any indication of how things will progress in the upcoming season, then expect a bloody outcome for those who need to suffer the repercussions of their actions.
Jax Teller (Charlie Hunnam) is out to avenge the murder of the love of his life, and in the new trailer entitled "Bad Place," he admits that he has been dangerous and selfish. And after losing the woman he loves, he vows that he will not lose his club.
"Charming's a bad place," says a police officer in the video. more >>
AMC's popular post-apocalyptic zombie horror drama series, "The Walking Dead," is set to premiere its fifth season on Oct. 12. Season five will be comprised of 16 episodes and will be run by season four executive producer, Scott Gimple.
The 16 episodes will also presumably be split into two, with the first eight episodes airing in fall 2014 with the other half to be aired sometime mid-2015. Also, the first episode's title will be "No Sanctuary," probably referring to the situation Rick and his people have gotten themselves into at the end of the fourth season.
It is still unclear how Rick will be able to get his group out of Terminus and away from the clutches of the Terminus leader Garreth and his cronies. Also, it is unknown whether or not the group are cannibals or are doing experiment on survivors. more >>
'Supernatural," the popular American television series featuring paranormal hunter brothers Sam and Dean Winchester will be getting a tenth season premiere on Oct. 7.
The first episode of the tenth season will mark the 200th episode of the whole "Supernatural" series and will supposedly be a musical, featuring both original and cover songs. It is still unknown whether the actors playing the Winchesters, Jared Palacki (Sam) and Jensen Ackles (Dean) will be singing in the musical episode.
Season 9 ended with Dean becoming a demon due to the influence of the Mark of Cain. This was after he was fatally wounded and promptly dies from his wounds after his fight with the angel Metatron. more >>
Marvel's television series, "Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D," is getting a second season and is set to premiere on Sept. 23. After a fairly good first season run, the series was renewed on May 8 earlier this year.
Only recently, ABC released a pair of promotional videos for the upcoming second season of the show. The first is only a short clip of collections from the first season's comedic action bits. The second one actually has new footage from the second season.
The second season will feature the agents of the organization operating off the grid as the S.H.I.E.L.D organization faced its demise in the previous season. Clark Gregg, who plays Agent Phil Coulson in the series and in the Marvel films, has said the second season will be about his team "figuring out what S.H.I.E.L.D ought to be." more >>
"Once Upon a Time" has released its new teaser for the show's upcoming season. The teaser shows "Frozen" character Elsa (Georgina Haig) walking through the town and leaving an icy trail wherever she goes.
The video starts out with a voiceover, saying, "This September, winter comes early … When the town of Storybrooke gets frozen over."
As Elsa makes her way across town, Mary Margaret/Snow White (Ginnifer Goodwin) and David/Charming (Josh Dallas) appear to be quite on edge, and Snow White is seen preparing to shoot the Queen of Arendelle with an arrow. Captain Hook (Colin O'Donoghue) is caught off guard when his hook freezes over as Elsa passes by. more >>
"Person of Interest" executive producer Greg Plageman and star Jim Caviezel were at the show's panel in last month's Comic-Con in San Diego to discuss the upcoming season, according to reports.
The show runner revealed that while the first three seasons of the show were all about Orwellian surveillance state, season 4 will be about artificial intelligence.
"It's about what we perceive to be the biggest existential risk since the Manhattan Project," said Plageman. "It's about a war between two artificial intelligences." more >>