Judging by this first trailer for AMC upcoming series Halt and Catch Fire, making personal computers in the 1980s was very intense. There’s yelling, there’s glass breaking, and there’s sparking electronics. Talk about drama!
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One more tease? Sure!
HBO showed VIPs in NYC the Game of Thrones season 4 premiere episode Tuesday night, but the cable network also released this final trailer for fans. Titled “Devil Inside,” we get a new look at the battle of Castle Black, the slave city of Mereen (nice pyramid!), and Thrones newcomer Pedro Pascal as Prince Oberyn Martell (who warns Tyrion, “the Lannisters aren’t the only ones who pay their debts”). Check it out below, and then quick-click over to EW’s own tease of this week’s just-unveiled 10-page Game of Thrones cover story. READ FULL STORY
“Popular” used to be a title reserved for jocks and homecoming queens — but MTV’s upcoming scripted series Faking It proposes that lesbians may be the new cool kids.
The show follows Karma (Katie Stevens) and Amy (Rita Volk), two best friends who are desperate to be popular. Once someone falsely outs them as gay, they find out everyone at school finally wants to be their friends — mission accomplished! The only problem: They don’t actually have romantic feelings for each other, so they have to choose between being honest or being popular. Guess which they pick?
Watch the trailer below and catch the premiere April 22 at 10:30 p.m. on MTV:
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Selina Meyer is running for President! But the campaign isn’t quite what she expected.
In Veep‘s season 3 trailer, Selina is not only prevented from speaking her mind, but also told that in order to “maximize” her chances of becoming the POTUS, she pretty much has to fire her entire staff. Well, except for Sue.
Watch Selina plan her campaign strategy — and say inappropriate things — in the comedy’s latest trailer:
The last time Orphan Black fans saw their precious clones, Sarah Manning was being introduced to the idea that she was a part of a copyrighted human cloning trial. They all were. And as we’ve seen in a teaser trailer for the show’s second season, Sarah doesn’t take too well to the idea, nor does she seem to enjoy the company of the newest clone, Rachel Duncan, a.k.a. “Proclone.”
But what does the show’s sophomore season have in store for us? Well, we know that Suits star Patrick J. Adams will make an appearance, as well as a few other tidbits we learned from show creators John Fawcett and Graeme Manson, including more on Cosima’s illness and Neolution.
And thanks to the first full trailer below, we now know that this is only the beginning. With the introduction of new characters, at least one clone in the morgue, and a Proclone who “wants everything,” there’s no more time for games, or so says Paul.
Watch the new trailer for season 2 below: READ FULL STORY
Hulu is amping up its original programming game with a new bingeworthy series, set to premiere in its entirety on the web April 9.
The show is Deadbeat, a quirky supernatural comedy that follows Kevin (Tyler Labine), described as “a hapless medium who will do anything to finish New York City ghosts’ unfinished business.”
Joining Labine (a breakout on The CW’s Reaper, also a supernatural comedy) are Tropic Thunder’s Brandon T. Jackson, Melissa & Joey’s Lucy Devito, and So You Think You Can Dance host Cat Deeley making her scripted comedy debut as a celeb psychic named Camomile. The series comes from co-creators Cody Heller and Brett Konner (FX’s Wilfred) and Troy Miller (Arrested Development).
Deadbeat will make its world premiere at SXSW on March 11. Until then, EW’s got your exclusive first look at a trio of trailers themed around various major moments for the horror genre — particularly the 1940s, ‘70s, and ‘80s. The trailers are a nod to the sort of genre fans Hulu hopes to grab on April 9 when the series debuts.
Check out the clips below: READ FULL STORY
“To win a war you have to start one,” declares the first teaser trailer for HBO’s highly anticipated adaptation of Larry Kramer’s award-winning play The Normal Heart. The TV movie will focus on the rise of the HIV-AIDS crisis in New York City between 1981 and 1984, as seen through the eyes of fictional writer/activist Ned Weeks — the founder of a prominent HIV advocacy group. The character is based on writer/activist Kramer himself.
Viewers can see the rumblings of outrage beginning in the first thirty-second tease, which offers fans their first glimpses of the cast, including Julia Roberts, Mark Ruffalo (as Weeks), Matt Bomer, Taylor Kitsch, Jim Parsons, and Jonathan Groff, in action.
The Normal Heart, directed by Ryan Murphy, will premiere on HBO Sunday, May 25. Watch below: READ FULL STORY
Still steaming about the HBO Go outage that killed your plans to watch True Detective‘s finale? This might help: On Sunday, the cabler premiered another new trailer for the fourth season of Game of Thrones, which premieres in a few short weeks. (They’d better get their server issues sorted out by then, or we will take what is ours, with fire and blood!)
Though the clip doesn’t feature many new revelations, it does include several shots of interest, especially for those who have read George R. R. Martin’s Song of Ice and Fire saga: Sansa (Sophie Turner) mourning her slain family; new character Oberyn Martell (Pedro Pascal) noting that if you can’t protect the ones you love, you must avenge them; Dany (Emilia Clarke) overseeing a catapult attack and swearing to “answer injustice… with justice;” Tyrion (Peter Dinklage) bitterly saying “we mustn’t disappoint Father” over a shot of Tywin (Charles Dance) lounging on the Iron Throne. Also, the dragons (actual dragons) have gotten a lot bigger.
“Surrender yourself.” Those are the ominous words of pro-clone Rachel, who seems determined to make the lives of the Clone Club a living hell. The end of season one found all the ladies divided, as Alison signed a contract for a deal that would supposedly guarantee their safety, while Sarah and Cosima refused to do so. Meanwhile, Helena seemingly met her demise, and we were introduced to our newest Maslany character, Rachel — an executive of Dyad Institute, who may or may not double as the Original Non-Clone.
The new teaser, which includes a montage of brand new clips from season 2, not only hints at a darker and more intense storyline (wherefore art thou, Felix?) but also gives us this haunting reminder from Sarah Manning: “Everything we are belongs to them.”
That sort of sums everything up, doesn’t it?
In this newest trailer for Girls season 3, Shoshanna marvels at how little her three older pals have accomplished in the four years since they graduated college. (Wait — we don’t count spending two days hooking up with Patrick Wilson as an accomplishment?)
If the clip is any indication, that all could change in the show’s upcoming episodes. Hannah, at least, seems like she’ll find some success during a meeting with a publisher. But elsewhere, things seem pretty business as usual; Marnie is telling someone standing offscreen that he can’t break up with her. Jessa is looking moody and pseudo-European. Hannah is doing spit takes and dancing around and incessantly talking about food. (It’s like she knows what the haters are saying!) At least they still seem to be having a little more fun than they did last season.
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