The new trailer for the upcoming episode of HBO's hit crime drama TV series "True Detective" dropped off some details suggesting that this week's showing will surely be intense.
The promo video for the episode called "Church in Ruins" opens up with a tense standoff between Colin Farrell's Ray Velcoro and Vince Vaughn's Frank Semyon. Both are waiting for what the other might do with their guns hidden under the table ready to fire.
Meanwhile, Rachel McAdams' Ani Bezziredes goes in deep with her investigation. The video shows her attending at one of those exclusive parties and she has to do it in complete undercover; "without phones or anything else," she said in the trailer. more >>
The last week's showing of FX's hit science-fiction horror TV drama series "The Strain" continues to unravel Eph and his group's effort to protect themselves and at the same time get rid of the Strigoi problems.
The episode titled "By Any Means" also saw the intimacy between Fet and Dutch blossoming. Eichorst and Bolivar meanwhile prepare for the Master's transfer to a new body. Eph and Nora, on the other hand, were successful, at least for the meantime, to find a microbe that could destroy the vampire's brain tissue.
Viewers also get to see the political situation with regards to the pandemic. City councilwoman, Justine Feraldo, blatantly criticised the inaction of the local government and proclaimed her drastic plan to end the problem once and for all. more >>
Miracles happen — and not just in the movies. That's what actress/producer Roma Downey wants to share in her new TLC series "Answered Prayers," where she'll invite viewers to follow the miraculous stories of real people who experience divine intervention.
"I'm thrilled that we've been able to make this," says Downey to The Christian Post about the new series, which she executive produces with her husband Mark Burnett. "People of faith will be drawn to this. It's a breath of fresh air."
"Answered Prayers" is a six-part series that features the gripping stories of real people, told through emotional interviews which are interwoven with real footage as well as reenactments. Audiences will be introduced to "brave families willing to share their darkest moments," Downey says. more >>
Just like the fans of the series, cast member Mindy Kaling of the former Fox TV show "The Mindy Project," is also excited for the revival of the hit rom-com on Hulu.
In fact, a report from TV Line cited Kaling's social media update where she tweeted a picture of the premiere's script.
Titled "While I Was Sleeping," the season opener is revealed to have been written by the 36-year-old herself and shot under the direction of Michael Spiller. more >>
On the heels of the latest casting news for the upcoming second season of Fox's hit crime-fighting drama TV series "Gotham," a pair of teaser trailers were released by the network further fuelling the anticipation of fans for its return.
In the first video titled "Hungry," Ben McKenzie's Jim Gordon is seen confronting Commissioner Loeb (Peter Scolari) and swearing that he will bring him down.
The new season finds Robin Lord Taylor's "The Penguin" sitting with an air of superiority as he is now the king of the mobs. Gordon is once again asking for Cobblepot's assistance, much to the amusement of the latter. more >>
Despite its strong following from fans, Starz' hit historical fantasy drama TV series "Da Vinci's Demons" will have its last run with its upcoming third season, according to reports. The network will premiere the new season's installment in October.
"While ending Leonardo's [Tom Riley] journey is bittersweet for me, I'm happy we're ending the story on a high note," series creator and executive producer David S. Goyer told Entertainment Weekly. "Leonardo was famous for his mirror-writing, and there's a symmetry to the entire series—between the first episode and the final one—that I think the maestro would have appreciated. I want to thank our dedicated fans around the world for viewing and engaging with such passion. I want to thank Starz for joining me on this crazy romp."
"And I want to thank Tom Riley for turning in a consistently brilliant performance. It's no small feat to portray a genius, but Tom did it with grace and humor. I hope everyone enjoys these final episodes as much as we enjoyed making them," he added. more >>