Just in time for Father’s Day, Showtime has released the official trailer for the second season of the drama Ray Donovan, starring Liev Schreiber and Jon Voight in a pretty complicated father-son relationship. Schreiber plays the title role, a professional fixer catering to the elite of Los Angeles with the ability to make any problem go away. After an epic showdown that killed a Boston mobster and fugitive at the end of season 1, the action continues after the murder as a member of the FBI (Hank Azaria) gets involved and starts asking questions. Watch the trailer below: READ FULL STORY
Tag: Trailers (14-26 of 178)
MTV is taking its high school programming to more dramatic heights with its newest series, Finding Carter. Unlike the network’s other teen shows — including the sci-fi spookfest Teen Wolf and the raunchy comedy Awkward – this one is a hard and true family drama. And a tearjerker, at that.
The series stars Kathryn Prescott as Carter Stevens, a teenager who gets involved in a tiny legal snafu and subsequently finds out that her ‘mother’ abducted her as a child. Her real parents are the Wilsons (Lost‘s Cynthia Watros and Angel’s Alexis Denisof). The show follows Carter (real name: Linden) as she struggles to reconnect with her biological family while also reconciling her idea of the woman who raised her. READ FULL STORY
Unanswered questions can lead to chaos, and that’s precisely what happens in the latest trailer for Damon Lindelof’s The Leftovers.
The new HBO series, based on series co-creator Tom Perrotta’s 2011 bestseller, picks up three years after 2 percent of the world’s population — roughly 140 million people — have mysteriously disappeared. The rest of the world is left to decide whether they want to remember and pray for the departed, or forget them and move on with their lives. Starring Justin Theroux, Liv Tyler, and Amy Brenneman, among others, The Leftovers watches as a society tries to cope with the unimaginable.
Watch the latest trailer below:
Rising Star made sure to cover its genre bases when selecting its judges: Country singer Brad Paisley, pop star Kesha, and rapper Ludacris will all critique performances on the new ABC singing competition show, hosted by Josh Groban.
'True Blood' trailer: Sookie, Bill, Alcide get ready for battle, but someone's still missing -- VIDEO
“Is this war, Bill?” Sookie asks. “How do we get through it?” Love — and lust (thank you, shirtless Alcide) — seem to be the answer in the newest trailer for True Blood‘s final, 10-episode season.
In this minute-long tease, viewers get a brief glimpse of all the big characters returning for a final hurrah: Lafayette is still looking for love, and Sam is still pondering where he belongs. Perhaps most enticingly, Bill seems to be preparing to make the ultimate sacrifice for Sookie, because, as Bill declares in that honeyed Southern drawl, “I owe you everything.”
So many True Blood suitors, and yet, ugh, Eric is still MIA. What gives? READ FULL STORY
“Accidentally artificially inseminated” sounds more like the hook of a Saturday Night Live sketch than the premise of an upcoming CW series. For doubters, the network has released an extended trailer for the upcoming dramedy Jane the Virgin, which tries to sell the show a little more strongly than simply saying, “trust us.”
Based on the popular Venezuelan telenovela Juana la Virgen, the U.S. version of Jane stars Gina Rodriguez (Filly Brown) as a hard-working, devout Latina who is kind of hoping her boyfriend proposes — though she’s a little worried he’ll get down on one knee so she’ll finally agree to do the deed. When a mix-up at the OB-GYN leads to that artificial insemination plot line, Jane must choose whether to keep the baby — and whether to let the handsome father into her life.
Check out the extended trailer below: READ FULL STORY
E! is taking its first dive into scripted television with upcoming series The Royals — and by the looks of its latest teaser, this show could be the next Gossip Girl.
The Royals follows Queen Helena (Elizabeth Hurley), who tries to protect her family’s image all the while living a life full of parties and secrets the media can never know about. Vincent Regan, William Moseley, Alexandra Park, Tom Austen, Jake Maskall, Ukweli Roach, and Oliver Milburn also star, with One Tree Hill creator Mark Schwahn taking charge of writing and directing.
Derek‘s coming back to Netflix with six brand new episodes, and now there’s a trailer to tide you over until the May 30 premiere date.
In the mockumentary-style series, Ricky Gervais stars as a sweet man named Derek who works at a retirement home with a group of outsiders who all bond over their rejection from society.
Lost co-creator Damon Lindelof’s next project, The Leftovers, is an adaptation of Tom Perrotta’s eponymous 2011 bestseller. And based on the show’s trailer, it has just about everything HBO could ask for: Nudity, mystery, violence, tears, and as a bonus, disappearing people.
After 2 percent of the world’s population mysteriously disappears, the residents of New York are left to pick up their lives. The show (starring Justin Theroux, Liv Tyler, Amy Brenneman, and more) follows those New Yorkers three years after the event. And from the looks of it, things didn’t exactly go back to normal.
Post-apocalyptic sci-fi drama Falling Skies is coming back this summer with its fourth season, and its latest trailer promises that it’s going to be as crazy as ever.
The TNT series, executive produced by Steven Spielberg and created by Robert Rodat, follows the aftermath of the human race after a disastrous alien invasion and how one history professor (Noah Wyle) takes charge of the remaining (human) survivors.
Falling Skies returns June 22 at 10 p.m. ET on TNT. Watch the trailer below:
Monsters of classic literature — they’re just like us.
In a new trailer for Showtime’s horror series Penny Dreadful, the show’s leads attempt to persuade — or reassure — viewers that their dark tendencies are simply human nature. Or are we all just monsters masquerading as men? The drama, set in Victorian London, does intertwine the origin stories of various classic horror characters, after all.
“No matter what secrets you possess, no matter what fears you hold, no matter what darkness you hide, no wonder how monstrous your dreams, no matter what hungers you feel, there are others just like you,” Eva Green, Josh Hartnett, Timothy Dalton, and other series stars take turns saying. Take a look: READ FULL STORY
The very first trailer for a show aimed at 12-year-olds that you’ll be watching weekly is here.
Girl Meets World, Disney Channel’s Boy Meets World spin-off that follows the trials and tribulations of Cory and Topanga’s preteen daughter, just released its first trailer. The clip is only 30 seconds long — far too short to make any sort of sweeping prediction about the quality of a program millennial kids have pinned all their hopes and dreams on — but it does allow fans their first extended look at what Cory and Topanga have been up to since BMW went off the air in 2000. READ FULL STORY
- Cosby accused by ex-film exec Cindra Ladd
- 'Mission: Impossible 5' moves to July 31
- Sam Smith's 'Stay With Me' = Tom Petty cash
- 'Birdman' wins Best Cast at SAG Awards
- 'Orange,' 'Downton' casts win SAG Awards
- Miss Colombia crowned Miss Universe 2015
- 'X-Men' TV series? Fox in early stage talks
- Kaya Scodelario + 'Pirates of the Caribbean 5'
- Gymnastic sex scene scores '10' at Sundance
- Netflix: See what's new for February
- 'Guardians of the Galaxy 2': No role for Ronan
- 'Hateful Eight' supporting cast revealed