The brand new season of HBO's hit mystery-thriller TV drama series "True Detective" opens up by introducing three interesting individuals. Fans saw the convergence of Detective Ray Velcro (Colin Farrell), Detective Ani Bezzerides (Rachel McAdams) and Highway Patrolman Paul Woodrugh (Taylor Kitsch) in a case involving a gruesome murder of a Los Angeles city planner.
The synopsis for this week's episode titled "Night Finds You" indicates that Bezzarides and Velcro will push on to uncover the reasons behind the disappearance and death of Ben Caspar. Both would attempt to connect the city manager's demise to his fascination with prostitutes.
Meanwhile, crime boss Frank Semyon (Vince Vaughn) will also embark on an investigation to find out what really happened to his partner, Caspar, whom he had invested a lot of money on for his high speed rail development project. more >>
While TV viewers are still reeling over the axing news of its fan-favorite psychological-thriller drama series "Hannibal," NBC announced its renewal for the 1960s-set police-procedural TV drama program, "Aquarius."
Duchovny stars as Samson "Sam" Hodiak, a cop bent on pinning down Charles Manson, who is connected in a case involving the disappearance of a teenage girl. Thought to be inspired by actual persons and events, the period drama marks the first ever for the network to fully release its entire first season via its digital platforms.
The digital release strategy made the show the most-watched summer series premiere on NBC.com and its companion mobile app, the NBC App. Over the course of 28 days, the show becomes the #2 most-viewed drama premiere ever on the channel, lagging only behind the James Spader-starred "The Blacklist." more >>
Anticipation is already building up for the premiere of AMC's upcoming small screen offering "Fear the Walking Dead." Just this week, a new sneak peek was released by the network featuring a conversation between Madison (Kim Dickens) and a student.
The teenager appears to be worried about what he learned online.
"Reports from five states, they don't know if it's a virus or a microbe … they don't know but it's spreading," the youth says. more >>
David Duchovny's Fox Mulder and Gillian Anderson's Dana Scully are officially back in action to continue the tales of the Fox's science-fiction TV drama series "The X-Files."
The people over at Entertainment Weekly dropped in during the first week of the production for the revival series.
The publication caught the team filming on an abandoned farm in Vancouver wherein Mulder and Scully are following over an investigation about a possible alien abduction. more >>
It's barely a couple of weeks that the latest season of the hit TV drama series "Game of Thrones" ended, but new reports indicated that production for its upcoming Season 6 is being prepared with a handful of directors already chosen.
Entertainment Weekly revealed the full list of 5 directors signed up to helm the episodes of the forthcoming season.Jeremy Podeswa – is signed to direct Episodes 1 & 2 of Season 6. The "Tudors" and "Boardwalk Empire" director debut with Season 5's "Kill the Boy" and "Unbowed, Unbent, Unbroken." Daniel Sackheim – for Episodes 3 & 4. A relatively newcomer in the GoT project, Sackheim's credits includes episodes of "The X-Files," "House M.D.," and "The Americans." Jack Bender – for upcoming episodes 5 & 6. Another newcomer in the TV show series, Bender was the principal director on ABC's "Lost" where he helmed a total 38 episodes including a handful of premieres and finales. His name is also credited on CBS' "Under the Dome," TNT's "The Last Ship," and Fox's "Alcatraz." Mark Mylod – signed for episodes 7 & 8. He directed Season 5's "High Sparrow" and "Sons of the Harpy." His credits also include Showtime's "Shameless" and HBO's "Entourage." Miguel Sapochnik – the director who earned his reputation as the one who helmed the spectacular zombie vs. human battle in Season 5's "Hardhome" as well as the interesting events in "The Gift." According to the publication, he was given the honor to take on the penultimate and finale episode of Season 6 which is expected to feature "another epic battle" worthy of topping Hardhome.
As to why there are two episodes for each of the director, the publication explained that it would require for the show to shoot multiple episodes at a given time since they have to do it in various locations. Not doing so would take a large chunk of time just to make a single episode which they could have used to make a second one. more >>
Blizzard has recently released the details for the Patch 2.3.0 of its hit RPG title "Diablo III" ahead of the Public Test Realm launching.
Blizzard's Battle.Net website pointed out a handful of new contents and changes on the update including Ruins of Sescheron, Kanai's Cube, Crafting System improvements and many more.
Come the release of the patch, players will get to roam around the frozen wasteland called Ruins of Sescheron. The new zone will feature "new enemies and perilous environmental hazards, all while unearthing new mysteries from the lore of the mighty Barbarians." more >>