“Covet Affairs” star Christopher Gorham will play “important character in the life of Emma Swan (Jennifer Morrison)” on “Once Upon A Time. Details about his guest appearance character are under wraps. Gorham is set to appear on the show’s 12th episode. [EW]
HBO’s new series ”True Detective” trailer has been released. ”True Detective” premieres Jan. 12 at 9 p.m. EST on HBO. Watch the clip below.
“The Killing,” a show canceled twice by AMC, is coming back for a fourth season on Netflix. The streaming giant has picked up the series for a six-episode fourth and final season, with stars Mireille Enos and Joel Kinnaman and showrunner Veena Sud.
“The rich, serialized storytelling in “The Killing” thrives on Netflix, and we believe that it is only fitting to give Sarah Linden (Enos) and Stephen Holder (Kinnaman) a proper send off,” said Cindy Holland, vice president of original content for Netflix. “We are looking forward to offering fans — both existing and new — a series that we know is perfectly suited for on-demand viewing.”
AMC axed “The Killing” after its second season last year, only to renew the show for a third season. The third season aired this summer on AMC to humble ratings.
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AMC renews “Hell on Wheels” for an expanded fourth season.
The network announced Thursday, the Western series has been picked up for a fourth season of 13 episodes–3 more episodes than the previous seasons. Season 4 is slated to premiere next summer.
“AMC has served passionate Western fans for three decades, so it is particularly gratifying to see these viewers capping off their Saturdays with an original Western on what has historically been a tough night of the week for television,” said president Charlie Collier in a statement. ”Our commitment to the genre is unwavering and we look forward to continuing to super-serve this audience with an expanded fourth season of “Hell on Wheels.””
There is still no announcement about the fate of freshman series “Low Winter Sun.”
The Zombie apocalypse is far from over: Rick and co. will return for a fifth season.
AMC revealed Tuesday, the hit comic-book based series has been picked up for a fifth season.
“We are very happy to make what has to be one of the most anti-climactic renewal announcements ever: ‘The Walking Dead’ is renewed for a fifth season,” said Charlie Collier, AMC president. “This is a show that has erased traditional distinctions between cable and broadcast. Its expanding base of passionate fans has grown every season, most recently – and most notably – with the season four premiere earlier this month, which broke viewership records for the series and became the biggest non-sports telecast in cable history. On behalf of the incredible team on both sides of the camera, thank you to the fans and here’s to more ‘Dead.’”
Scott Gimple will return as showrunner for season five of “Walking Dead.”
The forthcoming season of “The Walking Dead” is set to debut on Oct. 13. The news was revealed Friday during the series’ Comic-Con panel.
In the trailer below, the group are trying to assimilate with the leftover townfolks of Woodbury and Grimes’ gang, while also trying to fight off the growing number of walkers, while is proving difficult.
There will be war when the second half of “The Walking Dead” resumes.
According to AMC, here is what is going on in the second half of Season 3: “With his group in tatters, his sanity in question, and his own son questioning his every move, Rick (Andrew Lincoln) must somehow pull everyone together to face their greatest challenge — the Governor (David Morrissey). In order to survive, he must risk everything, including the group’s very humanity.”
AMC’s hit series “The Walking Dead” which returns in Feb, will feature one of TV’s most anticipated showdown between the Governor and Rick Grimes.
Here is the description of the new episodes:
With his group in tatters, his sanity in question, and his own son questioning his every move, Rick (Andrew Lincoln) must somehow pull everyone together to face their greatest challenge — the Governor (David Morrissey). In order to survive, he must risk everything, including the group’s very humanity.