Watching the Reelz Channel trailer for The Kennedys, it’s immediately clear why members of the Kennedy family and their loyal supporters lobbied against its broadcast. It opens with a callous remark about the ways of the world, and closes with JFK on a slab. This is not a miniseries to celebrate, “Ask not what your country can do for you…,” but to illuminate the clan’s fatal ambition, illustrated by the patriarch’s Palpatine-like remark, “This country is ours for the taking!” READ FULL STORY »
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CBS’ newest crime-tastic police procedural is coming next month and below is a first look trailer at Criminal Minds: Suspect Behavior, starring Forest Whitaker as as tough detective with a wallet chain and a very serious Janeane Garofalo as one of his team members. This two-minute-plus look at the pilot seems to have plenty of high drama, suspense, and ‘plosions, so let us know what you think. Does CBS have another crime drama hit on its hands? READ FULL STORY »
The new Vampire Diaries trailer is here! EW.com obtained the steamy midseason teaser for season two of The CW’s biggest hit and it includes a new tagline that asks: “Got Wood?”
The video comes just one day after EW.com’s report on the show’s new billboard campaign urging fans to “Catch VD.” Asked whether this is yet another attempt to lure viewers with racy marketing, The CW’s Department of Double Entendres had no comment. Here’s the video: READ FULL STORY »
Attention Samuel L. Jackson and Tommy Lee Jones: Your Emmy awaits. On Feb. 12, HBO brings us The Sunset Limited, a small screen adaptation of the 2006 play from No Country for Old Men author Cormac McCarthy. The telefilm, appropriately, focuses on two nameless old men, a Christian ex-convict played by Jackson and atheist professor played by No Country alum Jones. Expect lots of discussion of life’s big questions (ex. “Do you ever think about Jesus?”) and plenty of Jackson crazyface. Oh, and all the action takes place in one room. So try not to be disappointed when you discover a shark isn’t there with them. READ FULL STORY »
Unsure if Curb Your Enthusiasm can top last season, but the eighth round is off to a good start with this teaser trailer riffing on King Kong. We know Ricky Gervais will guest star playing himself and that Larry David will spend part of the season in New York City. “Don’t under estimate this season,” says J.B. Smoove in an HBO making-of. “This is the season where the ruckus takes full effect.” Here’s the teaser: READ FULL STORY »
Hope creator Greg Garcia and the show’s cast created this clever “For Your Consideration” video and sent it to members of the Hollywood Foreign Press Association during the nomination period. That the lobbying attempt didn’t quite work out makes this video all the more funny.
Watch this online exclusive video but — fair warning — the profanity is definitely NSFW. READ FULL STORY »
Starz’ reboot of the King Arthur legend Camelot gives viewers a lavishly produced update of the classic story along with top-notch talent like Joseph Fiennes and Eva Green. Below, EW.com presents the first official trailer for the show, which debuts on the premium channel April 1. READ FULL STORY »
As part of a brand makeover, Playboy TV made its TCA press tour debut Thursday, unveiling two reality shows that seek to draw men and women. One is Brooklyn Kinda Love, a docusoap about four couples living in New York from the producers of Taxicab Confessions. The second is Swing, a docusoap about partner-swapping couples. Making its online debut, here’s the (slightly NSFW) Swing trailer: READ FULL STORY »
AMC has zombies. HBO has vampires. And this summer, TNT will be getting aliens. The basic cable channel released its first trailer for Falling Skies, the upcoming Steven Spielberg-produced series about life on Earth six months after an alien invasion. Of course, nobody does ETs better than Spielberg, so our expectations for this two-minutes of footage were pretty high. We were not disappointed. There’s a creepy little kids voice-over setting up the plot (“They didn’t want to be friends — not at all…”), a couple of classic Spielbergian reaction shots (close up on star Noah Wyle gazing into the heavens with astonishment), and a money shot at the end showing one of the multilegged extraterrestrials in full frame. Sure, some of the CGI looks like it might have been done on an iPad, but we’ll still be tuning in when the show arrives in June. Check it out below: READ FULL STORY »
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