Hallelujah! We now have a date for the second coming... of producer Mark Burnett's religious miniseries The Bible. NBC announced its midseason premiere dates Friday, with top-billing going to its risky miniseries A.D.
Fargo, True Detective, The Affair and a bunch of new faces topped Thursday's Golden Globe nominations.
Golden Globes surprises and snubs: The CW breaks through and Modern Family gets shut out
Fargo led the way with five nods, including for TV movie/limited series, where it'll compete opposite True Detective, The Normal Heart, The Missing and Olive Kitteridge.
The Affair is up for ...
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Can you tell me anything about The Blacklist's big post-Super Bowl episode? — Darren
Now that the Berlin story line is wrapped up, the Super Bowl episode will be more of a stand-alone event. But it's shaping up to be an explosion-heavy spectacle — one that kicks off with Red being kidnapped! His abduction, however, could be part of a plan to stay close to the episode's villain (played by Ron Perlman). In fact, Red has a few tricks up his sleeve, one of which will seriously scare Liz.
I can't wait for Maleficent to get back to Storybrooke! Got any scoop for her arc on Once Upon a Time this season? — Annie
You're not the only one! ...
Ron Perlman is bringing anarchy to NBC's The Blacklist. The actor has signed on to play the drama's next mega criminal when it returns on Feb. 1 behind the Super Bowl.
NBC has announced the midseason finale dates for The Blacklist, Parenthoodand more.