Michael Ealy, Karl Urban and Minka Kelly
Blue meth is so yesterday. There's a new killer breaking badly into the realm of fictional designer drugs tonight as the future cops of Almost Human investigate a "party favor" with some seriously tragic side effects. Check out the clip from tonight's episode...
Of all the shocks The Following's new season has delivered so far, the one we really didn't see coming was the reveal of murderous twins Mark and Luke, and their wacky mommy issues. The siblings are a double dose or wrong, yet Sam Underwood, who plays both roles, is so right. But who is he? To find out, read (sorry) the following!
He's British: Even though he packs a nearly perfect American accent, Underwood is actually from Surrey, England. "You didn't realize?" he asks. "Oh good!"
You know the face, you've seen him in a bunch of shows, and now Kyle Bornheimer is bringing his "oh yeah, that guy!" charm to Fox's Golden Globe winner Brooklyn Nine-Nine for a guest spot sure to wipe that smug look off of Peralta's face.
Slated for an early March appearance, Bornheimer — who was last seen in ABC's The Family Tools and plays a key role in A&E's upcoming Those Who Kill — will guest star in the season's 19th episode as Teddy, a cop from another precinct who used to date Santiago (Melissa Fumero). Needless to say, goofball Peralta (Andy Samberg) won't be too thrilled when the pair reconnects at a NYPD training exercise...especially when it becomes clear that the exes still have feelings for one another.
Nicole Gale Anderson, Ashley Benson and Tyler Blackburn
As if "A" isn't enough of a terror, Pretty Little Liars's Hanna (Ashley Benson) is about to pick up another scary problem of more supernatural proportions. On the Feb. 4 episode of the PLL spinoff Ravenswood, Miss Marin will trade Rosewood for the haunted town where Caleb (Tyler Blackburn) is currently busy seeing dead people.
Kevin Bacon and James Purefoy are back as television's grisliest odd couple — and we can hardly mask our excitement. "It gets a little more demented," promises executive producer Kevin Williamson of The Following's unsettling second act for Bacon's former FBI agent Ryan Hardy and the erudite literature professor—turned—cult leader Joe Carroll, played with cheeky relish by Purefoy. Just don't expect The Following to hew to the same cops-and-psychos course it ran during its first season. It's still a scare-fest that excels at getting under your skin, but "we're changing the feel and the texture of the show," Williamson says. "We want to make sure that you're not watching the same old thing." (The second season premieres Sunday, Jan. 19 after the NFC Championship game on Fox, then moves to its regular timeslot, Mondays at 9/8c, on Jan. 27.)
Phoebe Tonkin and Claire Holt
Death and the maidens never looked so good! When sexy Vampire Diaries spinoff The Originals returns tonight, it takes a break from the macho machinations of bloodsucking brothers-in-arms Klaus (Joseph Morgan), Elijah (Daniel Gillies) and Marcel...
You sci-fi fans sure are a crafty crowd! Responding to Fox and Almost Human's invite to remake the show's extended trailer, droves of viewers submitted their DIY renditions that varied in style, sophistication and, honestly, visual success. Now, the best bits of the batch have been patched together into a full-length clip that plays like a scene-for-scene substitute for the original cinematic promo created by Ari Margolis of Fox's Special Ops marketing brain trust. Just be warned: Some of this stuff is Almost too funny to take in with a single viewing.
LEGOS, little kids playing Kennix and Dorian, a laughable line-reading of "I was made to feel!," and a last-seconds shot of our beloved Fringe vet John Noble? Be still our Human hearts! What do you think of this homemade hybrid?
Howl to the yeah! "It doesn't surprise me," says Tyler Posey, who plays leading lycan Scott McCall, of Teen Wolf's big win in our Fan Favorites cover contest. "Our fans are the most dedicated people I've ever met."
And he's met ...
The mad geniuses at Bad Robot, Warner Bros. and Fox are at it again! After producing five seasons of stellar cinematic trailers for Fringe, they're now giving us "major motion picture" realness with the latest spot for Almost Human (premiering Sunday, Nov. 17 at 8/7c). Packed with clips we've seen before along with new scenes from upcoming episodes, the two-minutes-plus piece of work does a bang-up job of setting up the real cop-meets-robocop series while also whetting our appetites for the futuristic action beyond the two-part pilot.