Fear not, Walking Dead fans: The man who replaced Frank Darabont as series boss wants to calm your fears. "There's been all this concern that I'm going to f--- up this show, and really, we're just trying to get it done," Glen Mazzara told a handful of reporters who screened the Season 2 premiere on Thursday.
Glen Mazzara replaces Frank Darabont as Walking Dead showrunner
Mazzara certainly has some big shoes to fill. Darabont, who adapted the AMC hit from the comic books created by Robert Kirkman, parted ways with the series just days after attending its Comic-Con panel in July. (Fortunately, he had already mapped out the entire season with around eight episodes already written.)
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Who says turning 18 is just about being old enough to buy lotto tickets?
In the new promo for the third season of Vampire Diaries, Elena (Nina Dobrev) certainly seems to be enjoying her introduction to adulthood. Her 18th birthday, featured in the season premiere (Thursday, Sept. 15 at 8/7c on the CW), is marked by racy sex scenes, an almost violent love triangle and lots of blood, natch — at least, based on the trailer for the third season. Check it out below:
Lifetime has acquired America's Most Wanted for its 25th season, the network announced Tuesday.
This summer, Fox announced it was dropping America's Most Wanted — which has captured more than 1,100 fugitives, including 17 on the FBI's Ten Most Wanted List — as a regular series. Instead, the network would air quarterly two-hour specials.
The show is expected to premiere...
This could be the end of an era.
Susan Lucci has turned down an offer to continue starring on All My Children when the soap opera moves online, Deadline.com reports.
According to the site, Prospect Park, the company that acquired the rights to bring All My Children and One Life to Live to the Web, offered the soap vet the same salary she has been making, but...
New Girl, Criminal Minds
Eager for fall TV to begin? PaleyFest has your remedy!
The Paley Center for Media has teamed up with media partners TVGuide.com and TV Guide Magazine to host "PaleyFest: Fall TV Preview Parties," where fans can get a first look at the broadcast networks' new slate of series.
Get the scoop on the new and returning fall TV shows here
Beginning next week, the Paley Center will offer screenings along with Q&A sessions with cast and executive producers of series including Fox's New Girl, starring Zooey Deschanel, CBS' Criminal Minds and CW's Ringer, which marks Sarah Michelle Gellar's return to TV.
Check out a full schedule, and get more information here on how you can score a free ticket: