The sixth season of ABC Family's hit teen TV drama series "Pretty Little Liars" is almost here and there's still more interesting details that fans need to know before the show returns to the small screen.
Janel Parrish, the actress who plays the character Mona revealed right off the bat the tone of the upcoming chapter.
"I think they need to be prepared that it's going to be a darker season than we've had in a really -- I think it might be our darkest season ever, actually!" she told Entertainment Tonight Online. more >>
June is fast approaching and that means a host of new movie and TV shows are coming over to Netflix's streaming list.
The web service will be updating their list with some of the most exciting titles in their catalog and just to mention a few, there's Jake Gyllenhaal's 2014 movie "Nightcrawler," Martin Scorsese and Leonardo DiCaprio's "The Aviator," and Philip Seymour Hoffman's "A Most Wanted Man."
The TV side of things is also interesting with the arrival of the highly anticipated third season of the company's original series "Orange is the New Black." "Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D." and "Scandal" are also coming over for their second and fourth season, respectively. more >>
Fans of the currently on hiatus TV drama series "Agent Carter" will be happy as there will be more episodes to be included in the show's upcoming installment.
Hayley Atwell's said as much at the Comicpalooza in Houston, Texas, last week. The actress who played the titular character revealed that fans will get to follow her exciting adventures 2 episodes longer than on Season 1 (which only has 8 episodes).
Additionally, Atwell dished out some important details as to whether or not Season 2 will offer a glimpse of Peggy's backstory. more >>
The cast of HBO's "Game of Thrones" has teamed up with Coldplay frontman, Chris Martin to create a "Game of Thrones" comedy musical skit for Red Nose Day.
Coldplay lead Chris Martin has collaborated with the cast of HBO's "Game of Thrones" to create a series of musical skits to support Red Nose Day to support fundraising for poverty stricken children in Africa and the U.K.
The musical parodies have been compiled documentary-style featuring the actors from the critically acclaimed fantasy epic series, including Emilia Clarke, Peter Dinklage, Nicholaj Coster-Waldau, and Kit Harington, all of whom displayed their singing talents in the name of charity. more >>
HBO recently gave the greenlight for a new miniseries about issues of race in America, to be titled "Show Me A Hero." The six-hour miniseries will be written by David Simon, whose recent project "Treme" concluded its four-season run.
It will be based on the nonfiction book by the same title, authored by Lisa Belkin. According to a report in The Hollywood Reporter, the book looks closely at "notions of home, race and community through the lives of elected officials, bureaucrats, activists and ordinary citizens" in Yonkers, New York.
Chris Haggis, who also worked on "Crash," will direct the series. Simon will write the script with William F. Zorzi. They will also executive produce with Nina Noble, Gail Mutrux and Paul Haggis. more >>
"Fast & Furious" director Justin Lin is working with the family of the late martial arts icon Bruce Lee to bring to life a television series based on Lee's writings before his untimely death. The TV series has reportedly been picked up by Cinemax, with Jonathan Tropper identified as the writer for the series.
According to a report in Deadline, the TV series called "Warrior" is a "passion project" for Lee and Lin. This is Lin's first project under the TV Division of Perfect Storm Entertainment, which is a joint venture with Bruno Wu's Seven Stars Studio. As early as 2013, Perfect Storm has been talking with Bruce Lee's daughter, Shannon Lee and Bruce Lee Enterprises, to develop Lee's material into a TV series.
"Warrior" is described as "a visceral crime drama that traces the path of a gifted but morally corrupt fighter thrown into crisis after a lifelong quest for vengeance is undermined." It is based on a concept of Lee which were discovered in a collection of handwritten notes by his daughter, Shannon, years after his death in 1973. Shannon and Lin pitched the idea to Cinemax, who brought in Tropper to pen the series. Tropper is known for his work on Cinemax's "Banshee" series for TV. more >>