AMC has ordered the pilot White City, which follows Western diplomats and journalists in Afghanistan, the network announced Friday.
From Criminal Minds and Low Winter Sun writer Chris Mundy, White Cityfeatures Jon Liston, who goes against advice and overreaches in an attempt to talk with insurgent leaders. The fallout of his decision forces Jon to find a new role in Kabul as he begins to question whether there's any good for him or any Westerner to do in Afghanistan.
Former Charmed co-stars Shannen Doherty and Holly Marie Combs are reuniting for a road trip reality show on Great American Country, the cable channel announced Friday. Off the Map with Shannen & Holly will consist of six episodes and is slated to premiere in 2015.
Demons are the new zombies — at least according to Robert Kirkman. The Walking Dead creator made that declaration Friday at Comic-Con when announcing that a pilot for an adaptation of his latest comic, Outcast, was in pre-production at Cinemax.
Up and atom! It's time to discuss WGN America's latest original series Manhattan. Set in 1943, Manhattan follows a sequestered group of physicists racing to develop the first atomic bombs during World War II. Right now, you're probably worried there isn't room on your DVR for another slow-paced historical drama, but don't let that cloud your judgment. Manhattan easily earns a series pass for the way it blends scientific and political suspense with the project's emotional fallout on the scientists and their nuclear families.
Beverly Hills is getting another new housewife. Days of Our Lives star Eileen Davidson, 55, is joining the Real Housewives, Us Weekly reports.
Comic-Con got off to a great start Thursday when the Paramount panel abruptly ushered off Megan Fox mid-Q&A, replacing her with a surprise appearance from Christopher Nolan and Matthew McConaughey.
Orange Is the New Black consistently finds ways to make us empathize with unexpected characters, but there are a few that continue to polarize. Alex Vause, most notably, has divided the fandom in two: those who love the four-eyed vixen and those who loathe her with equal fervor.
[WARNING: The following contains spoilers from Hemlock Grove's Season 2 finale. Read at your own risk.]
Though the vampire and zombie trends might be on their last legs, it's likely only a matter of time before the next supernatural fad hits the airwaves. But no matter what type of otherworldly being is in the spotlight, is it possible for a supernatural show to be too supernatural? Does a series need that grounding humanity to keep it from spiraling into the absurd? Or is it the "anything goes," free-for-all attitude that makes us love these shows in the first place?
It seems Lady Stoneheart really isn't happening. Michelle Fairley, who played Catelyn Stark on Game of Thrones, has joined ABC's Resurrection, Entertainment Weekly reports.
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