Perennial bad guy Robert Knepper is heading to Arrow, TV Line reports.
Knepper will play DC Comics villain William "Clock King" Tockman, a brilliant criminal who prides himself on his precision. He'll appear in the 14th episode of the season.
Perennial TV villain Robert Knepper is set to appear on NBC's new drama The Blacklist, TVLine.com reports.
In the freshman series, the world's most wanted criminal (James Spader) mysteriously turns himself in and offers to give up everyone he has ever worked with — a list of which he calls The Blacklist. His...
Apparently Cult couldn't gain a following — the CW series has been dropped from the network's schedule.
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In the revised listings sent out on Wednesday, The CW noted that it will air an encore episode of The Carrie Diaries this week and then two repeats of Oh Sit! in Cult's timeslot. While the show is not officially canceled, it's no longer on the official schedule, a network rep tells TVGuide.com.
Evil Dead topped the box office this weekend, bringing in $26 million, according to Box Office Mojo.
The horror movie, which stars Suburgatory's Jane Levy, Lou Taylor Pucci and Cult's Jessica Lucas, is a remake of the 1983 cult classic that catapulted Bruce Campbell's career.
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Question: This is more a commentary than a question, but what are your thoughts on Southland? Ben McKenzie and Shawn Hatosy have recently landed new pilots, so it would appear that this will be the last season of the very fine cop show Southland. Yes, the show is an ensemble and could certainly go on without the two characters they portray, but it would be a different Southland without them, even with a cast as strong as one that includes Regina King and C. Thomas Howell.