The good news: Hemlock Grove has been renewed. The bad news: It’s the final season.
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June 6 is a big day for Orange Is the New Black fans.
The same day season 2 of the hit prison drama premieres on Netflix, the streaming service will hold an OITNB panel and screening to kick off programming at the 2014 ATX Television Festival in Austin.
Cast members attending the panel are TBD, but if this group’s PaleyFest chat was any indication, things should get pretty interesting in Austin.
Netflix will also host two other talks at the festival. On June 7, cultural anthropologist Grant McCracken will moderate the #SpoilerAlert panel, looking into our appetite for spoilers and how it affects the viewing experience. Panelists are TBA. READ FULL STORY
With 14 Emmy nominations — nine for House for Cards, including Outstanding Drama Series and acting nods for Kevin Spacey and Robin Wright — Netflix has definitely made a statement while making history as the first Internet network to break into the field. “The great message is, and I think Emmy voters confirmed it for us today, great television is great television, no matter how it gets to the screen,” Netflix Chief Content Officer Ted Sarandos says.
“What we were able to put on the screen this year earned 14 Emmy nominations. We’re thrilled. We’re a little giddy about it,” he says, laughing hard. “We took some really big bets, but we bet on some really big talent in David Fincher, Mitch Hurwitz, and Eli Roth,” he continues. Hurwitz’s Arrested Development earned three nominations (for lead actor Jason Bateman, single-camera picture editing, and original music composition), while Roth’s Hemlock Grove was recognized for its main title-theme music and special visual-effects.
“We also took a big bet on staying out of their way and letting them create a show,” Sarandos says. “These shows that were nominated today are not the result of pilots and testing and studio and network notes. This is really the result of great storytellers telling great stories, and we couldn’t be more proud of them.”
Click below for more of the conversation: READ FULL STORY
Perhaps it’s when the young girl in a pristine white dress saws off her own devilish tail. Or maybe it’s when a pair of eyeballs plop onto the ground like bloody Ping-Pong balls during a human-to-werewolf evolution. Or even when a character mutters, “She looks like a walrus with a UTI.” Chances are, at some point during Netflix’s 13-episode series about mothers and sons, vampires and werewolves, murder and medicine, sex and…more sex, you’ll think to yourself: Is this campy good or campy bad?
We’re only three days away from the full-season debut of Netflix’s new horror series Hemlock Grove. The show’s new trailer positively glories in the lack of content restrictions. “The following trailer is restricted to Mature Audiences only by Netflix Inc,” reads the opening card, “for Mild Fornication, Fellatio, Heavy Cocaine Use, Lesbian Necrophilia, and Violent Hemorrhaging.”
What follows is two minutes of madness that make Hemlock Grove look a little bit like The Vampire Diaries if The Vampire Diaries had way more blood and nudity and worms crawling places and Famke Janssen swanning around a mansion in a tantalizing bathrobe. Also, Nazis. See below: READ FULL STORY
Are you tired of werewolves who spend most of their day walking around as shirtless teenaged humans, while occasionally transforming painlessly into a big digital wolf? Then you really need to watch this insanely R-rated and totally hilarious video from Netflix’s upcoming horror serial Hemlock Grove, which features a truly grody werewolf transformation in the grand tradition of An American Werewolf in London. Like, I’m talking skin-rippingly, blood-splurtingly, bone-crackingly grody. For bonus points, show it to the nearest Twilight-obsessed high schoolers; you’ll be able to pinpoint the second when their hearts split in half. READ FULL STORY
Finished with your House of Cards binge-watch marathon and feeling like your life is empty? Then you might be just about ready for Netflix’s next original series: Hemlock Grove, a new horror saga from Hostel director Eli “The Bear Jew” Roth. The show premieres April 19, with all 13 episodes hitting the service at once.
EW has an exclusive poster for Hemlock which is guaranteed to freak you out and make you reconsider hanging out with any wolves. Or, for that matter, any people who seem like they might transform into wolves. Really, just don’t leave the house. Check out the poster: READ FULL STORY
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