Rumors of Netflix pulling the plug on Sony's "Bloodline" Season 3 have been making the rounds but it was not until last week that the streaming giant's vice president of original content Cindy Holland gave the confirmation of it actually happening.
Official cancellation statement
The official statement released by Holland confirmed that "Bloodline" Season 3 will be the final one for the series. The statement went on to praise Glenn Kessler and Daniel Zelman as thoughtful and visionary storytellers. It further commended the cast including its leads, Kyle Chandler and Ben Mendelsohn, who each both have earned Emmy nominations for their roles in the show. more >>
A&E's horror television series "Bates Motel" will set its final curtain call after its fifth season. But the prequel to Alfred Hitchcock's 1960 Psycho still has a lot of surprises up its sleeves as major casting developments surface before its 2017 premiere date.
Following the buzz surrounding pop star Rihanna's casting as Marion Crane, TVLine exclusively reported that Isabelle McNally (House of Cards) will be starring in "Bates Motel" Season 5 as Madeleine Loomis. McNally's character is described as a warm, kindhearted figure with a "striking resemblance" to Vera Farmiga's Norma Bates.
It's not clear how McNally's Madeleine Loomis plays into the final season of "Bates Motel." But eagle-eyed Hitchcock fans would immediately recognize that last name. In the original "Psycho" film, Marion Crane, then played by Janet Leigh, had a boyfriend named Sam Loomis. more >>
Two posters were released for "Crazy Ex-Girlfriend" Season 2 as its return on The CW nears. In the new season, Rebecca Bunch (Rachel Bloom) is no longer the crazy ex-girlfriend. But, she is shown front and center in one of the posters with a broken heart. There is also a very telling tagline of "I can fix this".
Reunited at his sister's wedding
The first season "Crazy Ex-Girlfriend" ended with Rebecca finally getting back together with Josh Chan (Vincent Rodriguez III). He just broke up with his fiancé while Rebecca had to deal with some issues with Greg first. The reunited couple had sex after his sister's wedding when Rebecca suddenly felt the urge to come clean on her real reason for moving to West Covina. It was for him that she left her great life in New York for. more >>
After eight years from her last appearance, the well loved Jane Lynch has been confirmed to return to the hit CBS crime drama series "Criminal Minds" Season 12. She will be returning to once again play the role of Reid's mother Diana.
Lynch's two-episode story arc
EP Erica Messer confirmed Lynch's appearance in two episodes that will air in "Criminal Minds" Season 12 early next year on a Reid (Matthew Gray Gubler) story arc. According to Messer, Reid's story will be a fun one which Lynch is really is excited to come back to and reprise her role for. more >>
"The Man in the High Castle" Season 2 will not air on Amazon Video until Dec. 16, 2017. However, avid fans who wanted to get an early preview of the new installment may catch the show's panel at the New York Comic Con 2016.
'High Castle' at New York Comic Con 2016
According to The Slanted, Amazon will launch an all-new "The Man in the High Castle" Season 2 trailer at the show's New York Comic Con panel. The network will also introduce an exclusive poster designed by famed Marvel illustrator Rod Reiss. more >>
Last week marked the return of "Chicago P.D." Season 4 on NBC via a premiere episode that saw Erin Lindsay being pressured by Commander Crowley to tell the truth on what Hank Voight really did to his son Justin's killer.
Covering for Voight
Lindsay (Sophia Bush) has been duly warned by Crowley that her covering for Voight (Jason Beghe) comes at the expense of the department's reputation and her own career. Not knowing what else to do in the first episode of "Chicago P.D." Season 4, Lindsay went to her boyfriend Jay Halstead (Jesse Lee Soffer) and told him the truth. Halstead asked Lindsay to move in with him in the same episode. more >>