Southland vet Regina King has landed a recurring role on FX's new vampire drama The Strain, Deadline reports.
From Guillermo del Toro and Lost's Carlton Cuse, the high-concept thriller follows the...
How about a House of Cards marathon on Valentine's Day? All 13 episodes of the second season will premiere on Feb. 14, the company announced on Wednesday.
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Season 2 of the David Fincher political drama finds Francis (Kevin Spacey) and Claire (Robin Wright) continuing their ruthless rise to power, as Zoe (Kate Mara) gets closer to uncovering the truth about his crimes. Michel Gill, Corey Stoll and Gerald McRaney also star.
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Both Spacey and Wright received Emmy nominations for their performances on the series, which was adapted from the 1990 BBC miniseries of the same name. The series earned a total of nine Emmy nominations and took home three awards.
FX has given a 13-episode order for The Strain from Guillermo del Toro,Carlton Cuse and author Chuck Hogan, the network announcedTuesday.
The drama is based on the vampire novel trilogy of the same name written by del Toro and Hogan, who co-wrote the pilot, which del Toro will also direct. The series will star Corey Stoll as Dr. Ephraim Goodweather, the head of the Center for Disease Control Canary Team in New York City. When a viral outbreak of ancient vampirism begins to spread, Eph, his team and a group of average New Yorkers will fight for humanity's future.
Emmy season is underway! For the next week, Emmy voters will be checking off names and shows they think are worthy of getting a nomination come July 18. We at TVGuide.com have a few selections in mind ourselves. Next up: our dream ballot for Best Supporting Actor in a Drama Series.
John Hurt has joined the cast of The Strain, FX announced Monday.
Based on the best-selling vampire novel trilogy, the pilot is a high concept thriller about Dr. Ephraim "Eph" Goodweather (Corey Stoll), the head of the Center for Disease Control Canary Team in New York City. He and his team investigate a...
Imagine a world in which the NFL, the NBA and Major League Baseball all decided to move their seasons to the same time of year. It would be chaos, for fans and the professional sports business alike. And yet, in television, that's essentially what happens during pilot season.
The broadcast networks traditionally order pilots during the first few months of the year. From there, it's a race to find the best actors, hire a crew, build sets and produce a show before May, when the upcoming fall schedules are announced. The field has always been crowded, but this spring, several cable networks and online retailer-turned-programmer Amazon are also developing new shows that they hope will go to series (cable networks typically produce pilots throughout the year, usually avoiding the spring).
House of Cards
TV's next great antihero won't be on HBO, the cable network that introduced us to Tony Soprano. He also won't be on FX or AMC, the homes of Vic Mackey, Don Draper and Walter White. In fact, he won't be on TV at all.
That's because Frank Underwood, the ambitious U.S. Congressman played with a biting Southern drawl by Kevin Spacey on House of Cards, is trying to do for Netflix what his morally gray forebears did for their respective networks: put them on...
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A mansion at the top of Los Angeles' famous Runyon Canyon may seem like a dream place to call home, but on Monday's episode of Law & Order: Los Angeles, it's also an ideal place for a criminal to hide out.
When a college co-ed is found strangled, the clues soon lead Detectives Morales (Alfred Molina) and Jaruszalski (Corey Stoll) to an...
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Used to be you'd have to wait until between seasons for the Law & Order revolving door to claim its victims. LOLA doesn't have that luxury. An ill-conceived and poorly cast clone rushed on the air after NBC unwisely and abruptly scuttled the mothership at the end of last season, Law & Order: Los Angeles substituted sun-splashed sprawl for urban grit. The results were not pretty, or especially interesting.
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