While we won’t meet Joel McHale’s con man Warren (no last name) in Sons of Anarchy‘s Sept. 11 season 5 premiere (he first appears in episode six), you can watch him in action now in the latest installment of “Before the Anarchy” embedded below. We see him in makeup (there will be blood), and he talks about his chance to shoot guns and possibly a nude scene. (We hope/assume he isn’t joking about that.) READ FULL STORY
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The first promo for Supernatural‘s new season left a slight Walking Dead taste in my mouth. That’s a good thing. Nay, a great thing.
As you’ll recall, Dean went poof at the end of last season and found himself stuck in Purgatory. This season finds the boys reuniting (d’awww!) and but the season will flashback to their year apart. And while we know that Sam spent his year getting to know a new lady friend, Dean’s time away was slightly more terrifying. (That zombie-style snarl from the monster attacking Dean? AWESOME.)
In the present day, as we learn from the first look, they are on a quest to close the gates of hell…forever. But don’t take that as a signal of the end of the show. In fact, it’s quite the opposite. New showrunner Jeremy Carver told EW earlier this summer that the boys’ quest this season would find them on a journey to obtain a “power source” (which we can now assume is this new tableau) that could set the show up for a bright future. “It’s something that will hopefully uncork knowledge about our Supernatural universe in this season and beyond,” he told EW. “We’re setting up things not just for this year but beyond.”
Check out the new promo below! READ FULL STORY
Leaving the planet seems to have had little impact on Howard’s relationship with his mother, who still loudly beckons for her son in this promo for The Big Bang Theory‘s upcoming season 6, which kicks off Sept. 27.
Back on Earth, however, there seems to be a little trouble with another pairing — Sheldon and Amy! We’d go into detail but it would ruin the myriad of emotions you’ll feel while watching their part in the promo below. Goes something like: “No!” “Aww!” “Wait.” “Oh, Sheldon.”
Watch it below: READ FULL STORY
Gleeks have to wait another eight days to see Glee‘s season 4 premiere, but Wednesday fans were treated to a taste of the music that the New Directions will be serenading us with this year. Wednesday evening, the Glee Facebook page featured a streaming presentation with five songs from the first two episodes of the season, all introduced by Darren Criss (Blaine) and Kevin McHale (Artie). No peeks at footage of the dance numbers for these songs, but the music was backed by stills from the new season.
EW tuned in to the stream, so if you missed it, we have the details on the music coming to the Fox musical show in the coming two weeks: READ FULL STORY
Rachel Berry, you’re not in Ohio anymore.
On the upcoming season of Glee, the one-time star of the New Directions is in for a rude awakening when she gets started at NYADA in New York. In a recently released season 4 promo for the Fox musical show, fans got a brief taste of Kate Hudson’s no-nonsense, say-it-like it is dance teacher. Now a full clip from Rachel’s Dance 101 class has hit the web. Bonus: An intro with Cory Monteith, plus Ike Barinholtz of new Fox show The Mindy Project. Check it out below.
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Another day, another Gleeful bit of scoop from Ryan Murphy’s Twitter. The busiest man in show business has whetted fan appetites with a pair of new posters for his musical dramedy’s fourth season.
The first evokes Glee posters of old and focuses on Rachel Berry (Lea Michele), who’s due to discover that NYADA can be just as icy as the halls of McKinley High. Only this time, the frost isn’t coming from mean-girl cheerleaders — but from her very own dance teacher.
The second is a group shot that features both new and returning cast members, with one glaring exception: Dianna Agron’s Quinn is nowhere to be found. And while the poster includes pointed signs for the various cities where McKinley’s alumni are now living — New York, Los Angeles, Lima, St. Louis — there’s no arrow reading “New Haven,” where Quinn is attending college. Does this mean the former Cheerio captain is off the show for good?
Not so fast, says Murphy: “Gleeks, please relax,” he tweeted shortly after releasing the second poster. “Dianna is still on the show. We love her and have great plans for Quinn.
#QuinnFabrayLives.” Unless she keeps texting and driving, of course.
Check out large versions of both posters below.
In season 1 of Revenge, we learned that Emily Thorne performs well under pressure. But I’m incredibly curious to see her Houdini her way out of the dangerous situation previewed in the promo for the show’s second season.
The video (see it below!) doesn’t give much context, but what we do see is Emily (Emily VanCamp) struggling to free herself before drowning in the ocean.
Find out how it all pans out when the show returns Sept. 30.
This September, school is back in session — even though the class of 2012 has moved on. (Well, mostly.)
Fox just released a new trailer for Glee‘s fourth season — and while it’s only a scant 31 seconds long, it holds plenty of hints for what’s in store for McKinley’s finest. A newly transported Rachel is doing her best to succeed at NYADA, despite snide comments from mean dance teacher Cassandra July (Kate Hudson); Sue has apparently given birth, or is at least holding someone else’s baby; and Brittany is being Brittany, mistaking a New Directions member for… well, we won’t ruin the joke. For all this, plus a snippet of Darren Criss’s rendition of “It’s Time” by Imagine Dragons, watch the full clip for yourself:
CBS is unveiling new energetic and handsome looks at two of the network’s new fall dramas — Elementary and Vegas. Below, the Elementary promo (series debuts Sept. 27) adds an aggressive style to the show, while the Vegas promo (series debuts Sept. 25) emphasizes the battle of wills between Michael Chiklis’ mob boss and Dennis Quaid’s rancher. Check them out here: READ FULL STORY
We’ve been hearing Carly Rae Jepsen sing “This is crazy / But here’s my number” seemingly everywhere for months, but now we finally have some digits for her – well, a zip code at least. The “Call Me Maybe” singer will make an appearance on the season 5 premiere of The CW’s 90210. CBS Television Studios, which produces the show, announced the news today.
Jepsen will perform a song from her upcoming album and will play herself as the headliner for Adrianna’s Las Vegas show.
“We fell in love with ['Call Me Maybe'] when we first heard it and used it in last season’s finale before it was a national sensation,” 90210 executive producers Patti Carr and Lara Olsen said in a statement. “We think she’s an exciting artist and are thrilled to be able to have her music on the show again, this time in a live performance in our season premiere.”
The episode will air Monday, Oct. 8.
Oliver Queen (Stephen Amell) went to an island. Oliver Queen stayed on that island. Who emerged instead? His lethal archer alter ego, Arrow. In a new, extended trailer for The CW’s forthcoming Arrow, the hero grapples with his changed inner self that’s unknown to those around him. He also kicks a lot of butt and shoots the bounce right out of some tennis balls. Watch Oliver become a “human weapon” below. READ FULL STORY
A Gifted Man is going to the TV afterlife.
The CBS medical drama, Rob Schneider’s sitcom Rob and crime procedurals NYC-22 and Unforgettable were also cancelled. “So…shocking to no one: A Gifted Man is done,” star Patrick Wilson tweeted. “Found out via email … and not from the network. Stay classy. Thanks to AGM fans! Great cast/crew … Thanks for the AGM love…but now that it’s ‘official,’ I couldn’t be happier. As good as it was (sometimes) it was not what I signed on for.”
Gifted Man wasn’t terribly rated by some Friday show standards (ahem, Fringe), but with with 8.6 million viewers and, more importantly, a 1.4 adult demo rating, it was low-rated by CBS standards. Unforgettable was far from a sure bet for cancellation with its hearty 12.1 million viewers and a 2.5 average. READ FULL STORY
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