Hannah oversharing, Jessa casually offending everyone around her, Marnie hating that her absence hasn’t ruined Charlie, two girls in a bathtub blowing snot and laughing about urine, lots of Elijah, and but a glimpse of Shoshanna. Yes, ladies and gents, it’s the new trailer for the second season of Girls, which returns to HBO Jan. 13. Whether you view the show as a candid exploration of 20-somethings struggling to find a place in the world or a weekly dose of spoiled brats whining about white people problems, let’s just agree that pop culture is simply more interesting with Girls in it. Check it out below: READ FULL STORY
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History scored earlier this year with a dramatic, mini-series retelling of the legendary drama between the dueling Hatfield and McCoy clans, and the cable network is once again dipping back into legend again with a new series Vikings, which will debut early next year. Following our first-look photo, EW has an exclusive sneak peek at the series — starring Gabriel Byrne, Travis Fimmel, Jessalyn Gilsig, Gustaf Skarsgard (yes, brother of Alexander and son of Stellan), Clive Standen, and Katheryn Winnick — via the debut trailer.
The 30-second promotional clip is a smorgasbord of beards, long hair, shields, weapons, and general savagery that — depending on how it all pans out in series format — looks like it could be quite the juicy, battle-filled dive into a long-gone world. In previous press releases, History calls the series — which is created and written by The Tudors creator Michael Hirst — “high on adventure, exploration, conflict, warfare, and bloodshed,” as well as a “family saga.” Specifically, the actions follows historical figure Ragnar Lothbrok (Fimmel) as he rises up the ranks to become King of the Viking tribes.
Promises the trailer: “A storm is coming.” Indeed. See for yourself here:
Homeland wraps up its second season on Dec. 16, but Showtime is hoping viewers of its Emmy-winning thriller will keep tuning in on Sunday nights when they launch two new series in 2013. The cable network recently released a two-for-one trailer for Masters of Sex, which stars Michael Sheen and Lizzy Caplan (Party Down) as the real-life pioneering 1950’s sexologists, William Masters and Virginia Johnson; and Ray Donovan, starring Liev Schreiber as a Hollywood fixer who seems like a gritty combination of Pulp Fiction‘s Mr. Wolf and real-life investigator-to-the-stars, Anthony Pellicano.
Take a look at the clip below. READ FULL STORY
The quipless summer is almost over, Newbies! This may be an election year, but we know where the True Americans are — over at Jess and the boys’ loft. Since there’s still a full week until New Girl returns, the good folks at Fox have released a new promo called “Fired Up.”
Fired up? Why yes, yes we are, good sirs! Below, watch as Jess explores her artistic side, Schmidt does a seductive flame dance, and Nick just shakes his head in shame. READ FULL STORY
Boardwalk Empire wrapped up its second season with a strong run of bloodsoaked episodes that tore the status quo to pieces and pushed Steve Buscemi’s Nucky Thompson to new depths of criminality. And the new trailer for the show’s upcoming third season continues that momentum. We get a first look at some new cast members, especially Bobby Cannavale, who’s playing a Sicilian gangster who looks to be making Nucky’s life very difficult this season. How difficult? At one point, Nucky lays it out simply: “There’s no walking away. We go to war.”
Also appearing: Gretchen Mol’s vengeful mother/lover, Michael Stuhlbarg’s preening Arnold Rothstein, and Jack Huston’s half-faced assassin. Watch the trailer: READ FULL STORY
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:
What can fans expect when Shirley MacLaine pops into season 3 of Downton Abbey? Plenty of “drama” according to Lady Cora, who says so in this new not-so-official trailer. And we’d expect nothing less!
MacLaine, who appears in early episodes as Lady Cora’s mother, was on hand last month at the Television Critics Association press tour, where it was revealed that season 3 will span about two years at the start of the 1920s.
The new season debuts in the U.S. on Jan. 6. Watch the trailer below.
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
What’s more incredible than Aliya Mustafina’s dazzling uneven bars routine? Try the thought of a world without cars, lights, television, computers, or air conditioning. That’s the premise of NBC’s Revolution, an apocalyptic series from J.J. Abrams and Jon Favreau — and if the extended preview that aired during tonight’s Olympics coverage is any indication, a post-electric society could be just as riveting as the London games.
Check the clip below to catch a glimpse at Revolution‘s first episode, which features analog weapons in action, a spooky flooded Chicago, a plucky girl with a boy’s name, and Giancarlo Esposito being Giancarlo Esposito.
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