AMC has given a straight-to-series order to martial arts drama Badlands, the network announced Friday.
Loosely based on the classic Chinese tale "Journey to the West," Badlands is a genre-bending series that tells the story of a great warrior and a young boy who embark on a journey across a dangerous land to...
Brian Van Holt
Cougar Town star Brian Van Holt has joined the cast of Syfy's limited series Ascension, Entertainment Weekly reports.
, the U.S. government launches...
Iain Glen, Ian McElhinney, Emilia Clarke.
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Question: I love Game of Thrones. I think it is so ambitious, unique, well-acted and produced. My one issue is the time allotted for the ever-engrossing and expanding cast. If they follow the books at all, the cast would grow even more. How successful does a show have to be for HBO to consider making either more episodes per season or having longer episodes per season? It's not network TV so they don't have commercial considerations to fight against. Every year and week anymore, it seems like GOT is breaking some record in viewers. Always the most pirated show. Don't have a clue about DVD sales. Just seems to me that we are starting to and will continue to lose something from this show by only getting five minutes with each character. It's like by the time I'm really enjoying it, the episode is ending. Is adding to episode orders or time something that is possible or discussed? Would be such a shame if they didn't continue on a brilliant adaptation. And I would think this show makes HBO money and a lot of it. If it didn't, I would understand how my idea would be the stuff of grumpkins. — Trenton
Jim Rash, Robert Kirkman and Blair Butler
Zombies have treated the brains behind AMC's The Walking Dead very well. But Robert Kirkman, who originated the comic book series that inspired the show, admits the early days of his career were slower than, well, the undead. "You have to be crazy to get into [writing]," Kirkman tells SundanceTV's The Writers' Room, which digs into the art of creating some of TV's biggest series. "I went massively into debt."
On April 25's special comic book-themed episode, Kirkman recounts some of the obstacles he faced in getting the TV adaptation of...
Oliver Trevenna and Laura Vandervoort
This is going to be one super wedding.
Smallville alum Laura Vandervoort is engaged to British actor and host Oliver Trevena, ET Canada reports.
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CBS will premiere Summer Dreams, a new documentary following the NBA's summer league, on Saturday, March 15, TVGuide.com has learned.
The two-hour special will spotlight 2013 first-round draft picks Michael Carter-Williams of the Philadelphia 76ers and the Dallas Mavericks' Shane Larkin, son of baseball Hall of Famer Barry Larkin, as they make their way through the ...
J. August Richards
There's plenty of surprises in store when Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. returns in February: Deathlok and Lorelei are coming to town!
Die-hard Marvel comic fans may have already figured this out — what with Mike Peterson (J. August Richards) losing his leg and gaining the high-tech eye — but he will soon be transformed into the infamous cyborg Deathlok, S.H.I.E.L.D. executive producer Jeph Loeb told reporters on the set of the ABC series Thursday. Deathlok will make his first appearance on...
Simon Cowell, Mindy Kaling
Less than 24 hours after Brooklyn Nine-Nine's surprise double wins at Sunday's Golden Globe Awards, Fox Entertainment President Kevin Reilly touted the network's Tuesday slate of comedies while also saying that he hopes for growth.
"I'm very proud of all four shows. I think they've all performed very well. ... We put a nice little crown on top with our wins," Reilly told reporters Monday at Fox's Television Critics Association winter previews. Although Reilly called the low ratings for Dads, Brooklyn, New Girl and The Mindy Project "a frustrating situation," he also noted that all four comedies are "at the top of the pack" compared to comedies on other networks. "Some of our mature shows are down ... so it's been a mixed bag, but the positive side is some of our new shows have performed....
Smallville Comic Book
Smallville is about to get magical. The DC Comics digital series based on the long-running TV show takes a supernatural sidetrack in a new storyline featuring Zatanna and John Constantine.
The magically powered Zatanna, best known for casting spells spoken backwards, returns to the world of Clark Kent and Co. in "Harbinger," a story beginning Friday that runs parallel to the comic's main narrative. Introduced in Season 8 of the TV show (played by Serinda Swan), Zatanna is now in London. "She's taken her show on the road, using her tour as a cover to run down and deal with all the messes/enchanted/cursed everythings her father left behind when he died," says Bryan Q. Miller, who writes the comic book extension of the TV series. "By the time we catch up with her in 'Harbinger,' she's closing in on the final item on that list."
Zombies are invading the Earth! Or, the television landscape at least.
Fresh off making the fan-funded and eagerly anticipated Veronica Mars movie, series creator Rob Thomas is working with the film's co-writer, Diane Ruggiero, on a zombie drama series...