Week of   « Prev | Next »

1-20 of 49 items   « Prev | Next »


Glee Vet Naya Rivera to Star in Step Up Series at YouTube Red

33 minutes ago

Glee alumna Naya Rivera will be channeling her inner Mr. Schue for Step Up: High Water.

The actress will star opposite singer-dancer Ne-Yo as a school admin/mentor in YouTube Red’s original series, based on the popular dance film franchise, our sister site Deadline reports.

RelatedStep Up TV Series Coming to YouTube

The forthcoming drama — executive produced by Channing Tatum and Jenna Dewan Tatum, who starred together in the first movie — is described as a heart-pounding, sexy, music-filled story about dancers at Atlanta’s famed High Water Performing Arts School.

Rivera will play Collette, a former dancer-turned-High »


Permalink | Report a problem


Tales of the City Revival Eyed at Netflix

1 hour ago

Revival-enamored Netflix is looking to resurrect another beloved television tale.

TVLine has learned that the streamer is developing a 10-episode, present-day continuation of Armistead Maupin’s Tales of the City. Sources confirm that original cast members Laura Linney and Olympia Dukakis are attached to star, with other Tales vets expected to join them. 

Netflix declined to comment.

This would mark the fourth TV chapter of the Lgbt-themed, San Francisco-set Tales, following the landmark 1993 version (which aired stateside on PBS) and the “sequels” More Tales of the City and Further Tales of the City, which ran on Showtime in 1998 and 2001, respectively. »


Permalink | Report a problem


Pretty Little Liars Boss Defends Killing [Spoiler], Answers All of Our Burning Questions From the Series Finale

1 hour ago

How do you even begin to wrap up seven years of twists, secrets and mysteries? If you’re Pretty Little Liars showrunner Marlene King, you give it your all and hope for the best — knowing full well that you can’t please everybody.

RelatedPretty Little Liars Series Finale Recap: Grade the Girls’ Big Goodbye!

“I had to stay off social media [after the finale], because people who don’t like things are always more vocal than people who do,” King tells TVLine. “We did our best, and you can see how much care, attention, love and hard work was put into that episode — not just from me, »


Permalink | Report a problem


You're the Worst Season 4, Better Things Season 2 Get Premiere Dates

1 hour ago

FXX has announced a Season 4 premiere date for You’re the Worst, while FX has set a Season 2 premiere for Pamela Adlon’s Better Things.

First up, You’re the Worst will return with back-to-back episodes on Wednesday, Sept. 6 at 10/9c. The critically acclaimed, anti-romcom tells the story of Gretchen and Jimmy, who we last saw get engaged in the Season 3 finale. »


Permalink | Report a problem


Castle Rock: Melanie Lynskey to Star in Hulu's Stephen King-j.J. Abrams Drama

3 hours ago

Melanie Lynskey has scared up the female lead in Castle Rock, Hulu’s forthcoming horror show from Stephen King and J.J. Abrams.

Based on King’s short stories, the 10-episode project is set in the fictional Maine town that’s often featured in his novels. Hulu is billing it as “a first-of-its-kind reimagining that explores the themes and worlds uniting the entire King canon, while brushing up against some of his most iconic and beloved stories.” 

Lynskey, best known to TV audiences as Two and a Half Men‘s Rose, will play Molly Strand, a woman with a rare medical »


Permalink | Report a problem


Bates Motel's Olivia Cooke to Star in Vanity Fair Adaptation for Amazon

3 hours ago

Bates Motel ingenue Olivia Cooke is set to play Becky Sharp in the latest adaptation of William Makepeace Thackeray’s Vanity Fair.

RelatedGlenn Close Cast In Zombie Comedy Pilot for Amazon

Published in 1848, the classic novel follows the lives of Becky, Emmy Sedley and their friends and families during and after the Napoleonic Wars. The new, seven-part Amazon Studios/ITV co-production, per Deadline, promises to chronicle Becky’s “attempts to claw her way out of poverty and scale the heights of English Society,” unspooling her “story of villainy, crime, merriment, lovemaking, jilting, laughing, cheating, fighting and dancing.” Filming is expected to start in September. »


Permalink | Report a problem


Stephen Colbert, Nasa Take On Gwyneth's Magical Goop Stickers

6 hours ago

The odds of a “magic healing sticker” being an effective alternative to health care are even slimmer than the odds of Gwyneth Paltrow agreeing to appear on The Late Show again.

PhotosColbert Takes Late Show to Russia, Trolls President Trump on Twitter

Stephen Colbert on Tuesday made a mockery of the Academy Award winner’s Goop lifestyle brand, which has released a line of wearable stickers that allegedly “treat conditions like hangovers, help you with mental focus and even hydrate” — all for the low, low price of $60. “Previously, if you wanted wearable stickers that promote healing, you had to buy a box of Band-Aids, »


Permalink | Report a problem


Blood Drive: How Syfy's Grindhouse Road Race Navigated Nip Slips and Roared Off the Starting Line

7 hours ago

The hot rods competing in Julian Slink’s Blood Drive may be fueled by the red stuff, but Syfy’s freshman drama is powered by all manner of envelope-pushing perversity.

Airing Wednesdays at 10/9c (and not a minute earlier, whew), the grindhouse-style series stars Christina Ochoa (of The CW’s upcoming Valor) and Alan Ritchson (Blue Mountain State) as Grace D’Argento and Arthur Bailey, an experienced (and ribald) racer and the do-right lawman she is reluctantly partnered with on the titular gauntlet. In this richly realized dystopia, human blood is the new gasoline, mortality is a given and the »


Permalink | Report a problem


Pretty Little Liars Series Finale Recap: Grade the Girls' Goodbye to Rosewood

16 hours ago

After seven long years, give or take a few time jumps, the town of Rosewood is finally at peace.

RelatedPretty Little Liars Reveals the Identity of Alison’s Baby Daddy in the Series Finale — and It’s Insane

The series finale of Pretty Little Liars finally brought Aria, Hanna, Emily, Spencer and Alison’s collective nightmare to an end, revealing the identity of A.D. and tying up (nearly) every loose end left untied from the past seven seasons.

Ahead of Tuesday’s finale, executive producer Marlene King — who also wrote and directed the farewell event — told TVLine that »


Permalink | Report a problem


iZombie Ep Talks Undead Twist, Ravi's Fate and 'Radical Change' in Season 4

17 hours ago

Warning: The following contains spoilers for Tuesday’s iZombie finale.

Welcome to the brave new iZombie world.

The CW drama’s season finale on Tuesday set up what will be a very different Season 4, with the undead out in the open. But before we get into what that means for Liv & Co., let’s recap just how zombies came out of hiding.

RelatedThe CW Sets Fall Premiere Dates for Flash, Supernatural, Dynasty, 7 Others

After discovering that a faction inside of Fillmore Graves, led by Carey Gold, was responsible for Wally and Vivian’s deaths, as well as the Aleutian flu outbreak, »


Permalink | Report a problem


Pretty Little Liars Reveals Alison's Baby Daddy in Series Finale — and It's Insane

17 hours ago

No offense to Maury Povich, but Pretty Little Liars just pulled off one of the craziest paternity reveals of all time.

RelatedPretty Little Liars Series Finale Recap: Grade the Girls’ Goodbye to Rosewood

Ever since Alison announced her pregnancy last summer, fans have speculated about its parentage — and while I hate to toot my own horn, I’ll proudly take credit for correctly guessing that its mother was, in fact, Emily Fields. What I can’t take credit for, however, was correctly guessing the child’s father, which was finally revealed Tuesday during the Freeform drama’s two-hour series finale. »


Permalink | Report a problem


Pretty Little Liars: A.D. Is Revealed in Series Finale — Did You Guess Right?

17 hours ago

A.D. may have driven off into the sunset on last week’s Pretty Little Liars, but they were back in full force for Tuesday’s series finale — and just in time to reveal their true identity!

RelatedPretty Little Liars Reveals Alison’s Baby Daddy in Series Finale — and It’s Insane

That’s right, folks, we no longer have to refer to A.D. by a gender-neutral pronoun. We finally know with exact certainty that A.D. — the latest masked monster to terrorize the good-ish people of Rosewood, Penn. — is none other than Spencer’s evil twin, Alex Drake! »


Permalink | Report a problem


Report: Steve Burton Returning to Gh — Plus, Who's Leaving the ABC Soap?

19 hours ago

Is Port Charles big enough for two Jasons?

General Hospital fave Steve Burton — who vacated the role of Jason Morgan in 2012 after a two-decade run — is heading back to the ABC soap, Daytime Confidential reports. Of course, Jason is currently being portrayed by Billy Miller, so it’s not clear if Burton would be playing a new role or replacing his replacement.

RelatedThe Young and the Restless Gets 3 More Seasons, as CBS Renews Daytime Slate

A rep for the sudser declined to confirm Burton’s return.

After leaving Gh five years ago, Burton immediately jumped to rival soap The Young and the Restless. »


Permalink | Report a problem


Rob Lowe's Spooky A&E Reality Show Gets Premiere Date, Trailer — Watch

20 hours ago

This is literally the strangest thing we’ve ever seen Rob Lowe do. (And remember, we’ve seen him sing with Snow White at the Oscars.)

RelatedRob Lowe and Sons to Investigate the Supernatural in A&E Docuseries

The Parks and Recreation alum is headlining a new A&E reality show, The Lowe Files, along with his sons Matthew and John Owen. But this isn’t some glitzy slice of life as a Hollywood celebrity: The show follows the Lowe boys across the country as they hunt down supernatural phenomena like aliens and ghosts. (Yes, really.)

Files will debut Wednesday, »


Permalink | Report a problem


Zoo's Billy Burke Previews Season 3 of 'The Wackiest Show on Television'

23 hours ago

As you might surmise from watching its first seasons, unleashing Zoo on summertime audiences has been no less than “two tons of fun” for the CBS thriller’s cast and creatives, Billy Burke avows.

PhotosZoo First Look: See How ‘Dead’ Mitch Spent the Past Decade!

One need look no further than Zoo‘s sophomore finale for proof of its “anything goes” ambitions, as a pack of hybrid creatures attacked veterinary pathologist Mitch Morgan, who had sacrificed his life for a greater good. Cue a 10-year time jump, where a sterilized mankind is watching the last of the children graduate grade school, »


Permalink | Report a problem


TVLine Items: Oath Adds True Blood Vet, Greenleaf Premiere Date and More

27 June 2017 11:42 AM, PDT

Ryan Kwanten is taking The Oath at Crackle.

The True Blood alum will star opposite Sean Bean (Game of Thrones) in the streaming service’s 10-episode drama series from producer Curtis “50 Cent” Jackson.

RelatedGame of ThronesSean Bean Leads Oath Drama

The show — which is slated to premiere in 2018 — explores a world of gangs made up of those sworn to protect and defend. Kwanten will play Steve Hammond, the son of Tom Hammond (Bean) and the pragmatic, reluctant leader of cop gang The Ravens.

Ready for more of today’s newsy nuggets? Well…

* Own’s Greenleaf will resume its »


Permalink | Report a problem


Better Call Saul Renewed for Season 4

27 June 2017 11:28 AM, PDT

Your day just got a whole lot better, Better Call Saul fans: AMC has officially renewed the Breaking Bad prequel for a fourth season.

RelatedCable/Streaming Renewal Scorecard: What’s Coming Back? What’s Cancelled? What’s On the Bubble?

Saul will return for a 10-episode Season 4 in 2018, the network announced on Tuesday. Bob Odenkirk stars as Jimmy McGill, the charming schemer who will go on to become Walter White’s lawyer Saul Goodman. The supporting cast includes fellow Breaking Bad alum Jonathan Banks, reprising his role as hard-nosed fixer Mike Ehrmantraut, along with Michael McKean and Rhea Seehorn.

The »


Permalink | Report a problem


Blood Drive Sneak Peek: Julian Slink Gets 'Notes' From the #*&!ing Network

27 June 2017 10:30 AM, PDT

After enduring the monotony of waiting in a corporate lobby, Blood Drive emcee Julian Slink was assured that the show will go on — though his Heart Industries overlords have a few “notes” to pass along about the perverse production.

PhotosQuotes of the Week From Blood Drive and More

In the sneak peek below from Episode 3 of the subversive Syfy series (airing Wednesdays at 10/9c), Julian (played to perfecting by Falling Skies antihero Colin Cunningham) is — ugh — put on hold while network brass round up the rest of the “team.” The gruesome gauntlet’s heathenly host then braces to hear what their first “note” is, »


Permalink | Report a problem


Halt and Catch Fire Gets Final Season Premiere Date — Watch a Teaser

27 June 2017 10:06 AM, PDT

Fire up those modems, Halt and Catch Fire fans: AMC has announced a premiere date for the computer drama’s fourth and final season… and released some intriguing first-look footage as well.

Season 4 of Halt will debut Saturday, Aug. 19 at 9/8c, the network announced on Tuesday, with a two-hour premiere. And judging by the teaser above, we’re entering the early days of the Internet, with an excited Gordon saying: “We’re building it together… and it’s awesome!” (Well… just wait until you see what a mess it turns into, Gordo.)

RelatedVeep‘s Anna Chlumsky Leaps to AMC »


Permalink | Report a problem


Freida Pinto Joins The Path Season 3 as Potential Love Interest for [Spoiler]

27 June 2017 10:00 AM, PDT

Slumdog Millionaire‘s Freida Pinto is cutting a Path to Hulu, joining the religious-themed drama’s upcoming third season as a series regular, TVLine has learned. 

Pinto — who’s recently starred opposite Idris Elba in Showtime’s six-part drama Guerrilla — will play Vera, a sleek new publicist for the Meyerist movement who forges a personal connection with Aaron Paul’s Eddie, but may have her own secret agenda. (Cut to Michelle Monaghan’s emotionally unstable Sarah keying the new girl’s car in a fit of rage-fueled jealousy.)

Production on The Path‘s 13-episode third season commenced this week in »


Permalink | Report a problem


1-20 of 49 items   « Prev | Next »



IMDb.com, Inc. takes no responsibility for the content or accuracy of the above news articles, Tweets, or blog posts. This content is published for the entertainment of our users only. The news articles, Tweets, and blog posts do not represent IMDb's opinions nor can we guarantee that the reporting therein is completely factual. Please visit the source responsible for the item in question to report any concerns you may have regarding content or accuracy.

See our NewsDesk partners