Now that the CW has released their Fall 2018-2019 television schedule, it's time for first-looks and official images from the shows coming our way over the next few months. First up, we get an extended look at Jane the Virgin creator/showrunner Jennie Snyder Urman's reboot of supernatural series Charmed.
Following up on the release of their Fall 2018-2019 programming schedule and upfront presentation in New York City to advertising executives, CBS has released trailers for six of their new comedies and dramas: Happy Together, Murphy Brown, The Neighborhood, F.B.I., God Friended Me, and Magnum P.I.
As Saturday Night Live alum Tina Fey readies to host this weekend's season finale of NBC's famed sketch comedy series (with Nicki Minaj as musical guest), now seems as good a time as any for Fey to reflect back on her career.
It appears that the last ship has sailed for TNT action-drama series The Last Ship; with network head Kevin Reilly confirming after the Turner upfront presentation on Wednesday that the show's upcoming fifth season would be its last.
If there's one constant in this universe that's more reliable than any other law, theory or concept you can think of, it's this: sometimes, you really just can't get enough of a good thing. Example: CBS powerhouse sitcom The Big Bang Theory, heading into its 12th season and last year of the cast's two-year contracts.
In last week's episode of mermaid fantasy-action drama Siren, Bristol Cove buried one of their own as Xander (Ian Verdun) was forced to deal with the loss of his father - and his feelings for Maddie (Fola Evans-Akingbola). In this sneak preview of 'Street Fight', Xander's got only one thing on his mind: blood.
After last week's John Dorie (Garret Dillahunt)/Naomi-Laura (Jenna Elfman)-centered episode of AMC's Fear the Walking Dead left us with all sorts of feels - and put John Dorie in contention for best new character on television this year - we're back to the dreary "NOW" in this week's sixth episode, 'Just in Case.'
ABC Releases Trailers for Lauren Cohan's 'Whiskey Cavalier,' Nathan Fillion's 'The Rookie', and More
As a follow up to their official Fall 2018-2019 programming schedule and upfront presentation to Madison Avenue advertising executives, ABC has released the trailers for seven of its new comedies and dramas.
HBO is set to premiere its eight-episode limited series adaptation of Gillian Flynn’s Sharp Objects on Sunday, July 8th at 9 p.m.
As the networks, channels and streaming services continue to razzle-dazzle Madison Avenue ad execs with upfront presentations, ABC unveiled their Fall 2018-19 schedule. With 10 half-hour comedy series on their slate, the network continues to lead the broadcast networks when it comes to comedy.
Looks like Bristol Cove won't be ridding itself of its pesky "killer mermaids/shady military" problem any time soon, with Freeform announcing Eric Wald and Dean White‘s mermaid fantasy-action drama Siren has been renewed for a second season.
ABC is learning firsthand that Kiefer Sutherland's President Tom Kirkman isn't someone who shuffles off this mortal coil quietly, with word that Entertainment One (eOne) is looking for a new home for the recently-cancelled political thriller Designated Survivor.
As part of Monday's upfront presentations, Fox released a number of first trailers for their upcoming fall programming as part of their 2018-2019 schedule. The Cool Kids, Rel, and Last Man Standing will debut in Fall 2018; while The Passage, Proven Innocent, and Cosmos premiere during midseason.
Fox is calling in for some serious back-up, enlisting Criminal Minds star Jennifer Love Hewitt as a series regular for the second season of Ryan Murphy's (American Horror Story) first responders series 9-1-1.
Taking its turn during Monday's NBCUniversal upfront presentation to Madison Avenue ad buyers, Syfy offered a behind-the-scenes first look at their series adaptation of Rick Remender and Wes Craig‘s comic book Deadly Class.
Harvey Birdman, Attorney at Law, appears to have spent the past decade stumbling his way into greatness -- and back onto Adult Swim -- with Harvey Birdman, Attorney General, a new half-hour animated special debuting this fall.
Welcome back to Bleeding Cool’s weekly review/recap of AMC‘s Fear the Walking Dead Season 4, taking a look at the fifth episode of the season, ‘Laura.’ This week, we get a lot more of John Dorie's (Garret Dillahunt) backstory as we learn how he met -- and lost -- his "Laura."
'Yipee-Ki-Brain Motherscratcher': I don’t think much else needs to be said about this week's episode of CW's iZombie, honestly.
As AMC's adaptation of Garth Ennis and Steve Dillon's comic book series Preacher returns for Season 3 on June 24, Bleeding Cool was able to spend some time with Colin Cunningham (Falling Skies, Blood Drive) to discuss the upcoming season; his role as TC; and a wide range of other topics.
Happy Mama's Day to everyone out there, and welcome to this season's fifth edition of Dead Man Blogging, Bleeding Cool‘s Fear the Walking Dead live-blog. With most of our "heroes" on their way to the Vultures, this week's 'Laura' gives us John Dorie's backstory as he comes to terms with a tragic truth.
n this edition of Fear the Walking Dead Rewind, we offer our thoughts on the fourth episode of the AMC series' fourth season: 'Buried." To say this episode was not the follow up we were expecting after Nick's (Frank Dillane) death would be an understatement.
wenty-four hours after what can best be described as "Cancel Friday," -- where a solid number of series were cancelled by several networks -- comes a little positive (thought not surprising) news on the animation front: Fox has renewed Family Guy for a 16th season and Bob’s Burgers for a ninth season.
Welcome to our "Lucky #8" edition of Bleeding Cool‘s weekly recap/review of Freeform‘s Siren, Eric Wald and Dean White‘s mermaid fantasy-action drama. After last episode's tragic ending, 'Being Human' brought us a Bristol Cove gathered together to bury one of their own
Philly just got a little less "sunny" today, with news that Fox is cancelling midseason comedy series The Mick. Created by John and Dave Chernin and starring It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia‘s Kaitlin Olson, The Mick was only one of three series cancelled by the network today.
American Gods Season 2 Adds Timeless's Sakina Jaffrey as Hindu Goddess of War; Casting New Female Character
American Gods is ready to go to war -- or more precisely, go to a Hindu goddess of war -- with Timeless' Sakina Jaffrey joining Season 2 in the recurring role of Mama-Ji: a waitress at the Motel America, her necklace of skulls, acerbic wit and free spirit make her a match for any mighty god or man.
Fans of The Karate Kid had to wait over 30 years for another face-off (of any kind) between old rivals Daniel LaRusso (Ralph Macchio) and Johnny Lawrence (William Zabka) in Cobra Kai, but it looks like YouTube Red won't make fans wait quite so long this time.
Marvel and Netflix aren't messing around when it comes to The Punisher's second season on the streaming service, looking to a slain "god" and the DC television universe to boost an already impressive roster.
Following up on yesterday's official announcement that Castle executive producer/co-showrunner Alexi Hawley‘s light crime drama series The Rookie has received a series order, ABC is sharing a teaser look at the upcoming Nathan Fillion (Castle, Firefly) series.
Not a bad week to be Dick Wolf, with NBC announcing that it has renewed all four of his series: Law & Order: SVU, Chicago: Fire, Chicago P.D., and Chicago Med. Law & Order: SVU's 20th season renewal now ties it with the original Law & Order series and classic western series Gunsmoke for longest-running drama series.
In what sounds like a case of "different insect, same theme," Showtime has secured development rights for upcoming Lord of the Flies-ish drama-thriller series Yellowjackets. Writer-producers Ashley Lyle and Bart Nickerson (Narcos) are set to executive produce the project.