The future is now at HBO.
The network announced Monday that it has ordered the impressive drama Westworld to series. Described as "a dark odyssey about the dawn of artificial consciousness and the future of sin," Westworld is an adaptation of the 1973 film of the same name about a futuristic amusement park. It was written and directed by Michael Crichton.
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Parenthood is almost over! What can you tease about the show's final episodes? — Raquel
Have the Kleenex at the ready for the 100th episode! "It's going to be a particularly emotional episode... [that] deals with Zeek's health," executive producer Jason Katims says. "It's an unusual episode in that it's a more compressed time frame than most of our episodes. It probably happens over 24 hours. It really is the beginning of the final movement of the series. ... It's hopefully what will be a juggernaut toward the ending of the show."
Any scoop on Sunday's two-hour episode of Once Upon a Time? — Deirdre
Here's a tidbit: "Elsa and Anna get to work together back in Arendelle," Elizabeth Lail reveals...
Tuesday is going to be a big night for Person of Interest's Shaw.
Although the Machine spits out the number of a rare wine dealer named Tomas, once Shaw (Sarah Shahi) begins to take a closer look, she realizes he's actually the leader of a very skilled smash-and-grab team of thieves. Owing to her own experience in that arena, Shaw infiltrates Tomas' group to keep an eye on him. And, of course, that involves putting on a sexy dress.
Exclusive Person of Interest Sneak Peek: Root is... a Nanny!?
"Everything is a weapon," Shahi tells TVGuide.com with a laugh...
All season the Person of Interest team has had to hide from Samaritan using false identities.
But in Tuesday's episode, the new person Root (Amy Acker) employs is sure to raise some eyebrows. In the exclusive sneak peek below, Finch (Michael Emerson) meets with Root in the park to discuss a problem...
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Question: My curiosity is piqued: What's your take on Showtime's plans to revive Twin Peaks in 2016 with David Lynch at the helm, along with Mark Frost? Looking back at the cultural impact it had, despite its ultimate ratings failure, it seems odd that it took 25 years for this to happen. Are you excited? Skeptical? What does your log have to say about this? — John Patrick