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Netflix's 'Marco Polo' teaser trailer is all about snakes, swords, and nudity

Who said 13th-century China was boring? Has anyone? Well, if they did, this Marco Polo teaser trailer would prove them very, very wrong.

In the first trailer for the upcoming Netflix show, which follows Polo on his adventures through Kublai Khan’s court, we get a glimpse into his “greatest adventure of all.” Said adventure appears to be full of violence, sex, more violence, and plenty of breathtaking scenery.

The 10-episode original series stars Lorenzo Richelmy in the titular role with Benedict Wong as Kublai Khan.

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'Gotham' releases 21-minute look inside the new series

Fans know that Gotham is described as a Batman prequel, but what does that really mean? Well, in a new 21-minute video, the creators and actors behind the show sat down to talk about everything a “prequel” entails, from individual villain origin stories to the pressures that come with taking on iconic roles.

Watch as Jada Pinkett Smith introduces the new character of Fish Mooney, Ben McKenzie talks about playing a young Jim Gordon, and executive producer Danny Cannon poses the question at the center of it all: “Who are the supervillains in the city and how did they become that way?”

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Will McAvoy threatens to quit in latest 'Newsroom' teaser

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The central question of The Newsroom‘s final season, it seems, is about a whistleblower. At least, that’s the primary focus of the latest teaser for the season, which shows a photocopier printing out what seems to be the final scripts for the series.

In the scripts, Will is concerned about the whistleblower when Reese declares, “He’s gonna be sent to jail.” On the page, Will utters the words, “Well … I think it’s time for me to quit.”

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New 'Better Call Saul' teaser sits down with the show's creators

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We know his face. We’ve seen him in action. But where did it all begin? How do you become Saul Goodman … and why?

That’s the question that Better Call Saul creators Peter Gould and Vince Gilligan propose in the newest teaser for the Breaking Bad spinoff. According to Gilligan, the spinoff will start “half a decade before” the events of Breaking Bad, back when Goodman was better known as Jimmy McGill (whose voice we’ve heard before).

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First 'Better Call Saul' teaser reveals February 2015 premiere date

It’s official, Breaking Bad fans: We only have to wait six more months before Saul Goodman—or rather Jimmy McGill—re-enters our lives.

In the first teaser for the upcoming Bad spinoff, Better Call Saul, we get a glimpse at Mr. Goodman/McGill doing what he does best: Convincing some unknowing clientele that they’d better call Saul if they find themselves in need of a lawyer. The teaser ends with the announcement that Better Call Saul will come to AMC in February.

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Ben McKenzie is 'the last good man' in new 'Gotham' teaser

Thus far, a lot of the talk surrounding Fox’s upcoming Batman prequel series Gotham has been about the villains—like the introduction of a new villain, Jada Pinkett Smith’s Fish Mooney, and the highly anticipated origin stories of other fan favorites like The Penguin, The Riddler, Catwoman, and more.

But what does a world full of villains and potential villains mean for the citizens of Gotham? Well, it means their lives depend on the guy Ben McKenzie calls “the last good man in Gotham” in a new teaser for the show: James Gordon.

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Video: Ruth Wilson and Dominic West get steamy in new 'The Affair' trailer

Showtime’s upcoming drama The Affair is about, well, an affair, but not just any affair: In the show’s latest trailer, Ruth Wilson’s Alison and Dominic West’s Noah speak to a detective about a supposed accident, hinting there’s a lot more to the story.

The series starts off with the happily married Noah meeting Alison, also married (to Joshua Jackson’s Cole) but seemingly not as happily, at a restaurant where he’s dining with his family—wife (Maura Tierney) and four children included. Things escalate quickly when Noah sneaks out of his in-laws’ beachfront home to meet Alison and begin their summer fling. READ FULL STORY

Video: James Gordon reclaims his city in new 'Gotham' teaser

Gotham is James Gordon’s home, but after he left town for a bit, his eventual return wasn’t exactly what he’d expected. With his beloved city now at a “tipping point,” it’s up to the young detective to try and save the place he claims to care so much about. A new teaser trailer for the upcoming Fox series, Gotham, offers a glimpse at the crime and corruption that Ben McKenzie’s Gordon says is oozing from every corner. Surrounded by villains like The Penguin and The Riddler, there’s no wonder Gordon feels he has to be the hero.

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First 'Sharknado 2' teaser: Watch now

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Just when you thought it was safe to go back in the water, the Sharknado has returned.

Syfy released the first teaser trailer for the upcoming sequel of the TV movie sensation, starring Ian Ziering, Tara Reid, and killer sharks being lifted from the ocean in Los Angeles, all in ridiculous B-movie fashion. The second one, aptly titled Sharknado 2: The Second One, brings the nautical horror to New York City as the sharks take more than just a bite out of the Big Apple. In addition to Ziering and Reid reprising their roles from the original, the sequel stars Vivica A. Fox, Kelly Osbourne, Mark McGrath, Billy Ray Cyrus, Judah Friedlander, Andy Dick, and Judd Hirsch. Dive into the teaser below…if you dare: READ FULL STORY

'The Leftovers' teaser: Stages of grief

Denial, anger, bargaining, depression, acceptance, and perhaps an extra dose of anger are at the center of HBO’s new teaser for The Leftovers, Damon Lindelof’s next project.

Based on Tom Perrotta’s eponymous 2011 bestseller, The Leftovers stars Justin Theroux, Liv Tyler, Amy Brenneman, and more as a group of New York residents who are left to pick up their lives three years after 2 percent of the world’s population suddenly disappears. (Hence the five stages of grief.)

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'True Blood' final season trailer: Left for dead

When True Blood‘s sixth season ended, we were told that the show’s seventh and final year would bring the focus back to the town of Bon Temps, and the show’s first season 7 trailer makes good on that promise. It seems as though the Hep V virus is invading Bon Temps, and the government… well.. apparently couldn’t care less.

Watch the first trailer for True Blood‘s season 7 below.

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The new 'Penny Dreadful' teaser trailer is rightfully creepy -- VIDEO

The new teaser trailer for Showtime’s horror series Penny Dreadful may just make your skin crawl.

Someone’s skin is feeing the effects of this twisted tale in the promo. The series, starring Josh Hartnett, Timothy Dalton and Eva Green, follows classic horror characters wreaking havoc through the streets of Victorian London. The thriller is created by writer John Logan (SkyfallSweeney Todd), who also serves as an executive producer with Sam Mendes and Pippa Harris.

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HBO premieres first 'Silicon Valley' trailer -- VIDEO

You may know Mike Judge as the creator of classics like King of the Hill, Beavis and Butt-head, and Office Space – and now the successful showrunner is bringing a Silicon Valley-based comedy to our TVs.

Along with John Altschuler and Davis Krinsky, Judge created a sitcom — which, appropriately enough, is called Silicon Valley – about on six predictably nerdy programmers trying to figure out how to navigate success. The first trailer for the show features the main programmer (Thomas Middleditch) stressing over whether to keep his company or take a hefty offer.

While he’s trying to decide, a doctor casually tells him about a patient who faced a similar dilemma — and ended up shooting himself (non-fatally, it appears) because he couldn’t handle the decision. Since Middleditch also gets slapped by a kid half his size, so looks like his character might just have a comically hard time with life in general. T.J. Miller, Zach Woods, Kumail Nanjiani, Martin Starr, and Josh Brener play the rest of Silicon Valley‘s programming crew.

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