With the corpse count at New York's luxurious Drake Hotel expected to grow devilishly high, expect a Love Boat-like rotation of guest stars to come and go through the turnstile on ABC's new fall drama, 666 Park Avenue. The dark mystery series, which stars Lost's Terry O'Quinn, Desperate Housewives' Vanessa Williams and Brothers and Sisters' Dave Annable, has just checked in three new slabs of fresh meat.
"We've got an incredibly diverse audience. It's big and getting bigger. That gives us a lot of latitude," Hulu's SVP of content Andy Forssell told the Television Critics Association during the fall previews on Tuesday.
Hulu's new summer programming slate reflects that diversity. After launching its first original scripted series Battleground in February, Hulu is continuing its commitment to creating new programs and distributing curated content from around the web, networks and globe. Check out its summer lineup:
Prisoners of War
The nine-time Israeli Emmy Award-winning series starring Mili Avital and Ishai Golan inspired Showtime's critically acclaimed Homeland.