Action Comics #1027 time, spoilers ahead. Sometimes we all have mad thoughts. Walking along the street, realising that you could just push the person in
Including planting explosives to the load-bearing beams – or some such. Proof That Wonder Woman Would Have Survived 9/11 Art from DC. Which gave me flashbacks to the 9/11 Truther comic book by Rick Veitch and Gary Erskine, published by Image Comics That showed us a similarly rigged World Trade Center. Proof That Wonder Woman Would Have Survived[...]
Connie Britton returns to the role of Abby Clark for the 9-1-1 season 3 two-part finale, set to air on Monday, May 4, and Monday, May 11.
FOX is making the call for another double-dose of the 9-1-1 franchise, renewing the original series and Rob Lowe-starrer 9-1-1: Lone Star.
Never known for taking it easy, uber-creator Ryan Murphy revealed a number of new projects he has set for Netflix as well as updates on other developments.
"The Loudest Voice" Episode 2 "2001": In the Shadow of 9/11, Ailes Pitches Propaganda as "Patriotism" [PREVIEW]
Now, Showtime is offering a look at the second episode of the series "2001," which finds Fox News and CNN fighting for first place in cable news – until 9/11 changes everything Ailes sees the opportunity to push a more agenda-driven news broadcast – a move that catapaults the news network to the top spot. https://youtu.be/bIlhhp-USNMVideo[...]
Ryan Murphy took to social media on Friday to formally announce his new Netflix series 'Hollywood,' described as a "love letter" to Golden Age Tinseltown.
Running from March 15-24 at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood, The Paley Center's PaleyFest LA 2019 has announced this year's impressive line-up of shows.
After a tornado of series renewals, greenlights, and cancellations, Fox has released the fall premiere dates for both its new and returning series.
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.
Vive la Netflix, Lesnar as Hogan 2.0, Atwood Talks Terrorists, Broad City Ends, and Cusack's Low 'Fidelity' [The Weekly Static s01e35]
The Weekly Static is our look at the past week in the land of the networks, cable, and streaming -- this week we catch you up on what's new with Brock Lesnar, Netflix, John Cusack, Margaret Atwood, and Broad City.
In what many are calling one of the largest creative contracts in television ever, Emmy, Golden Globe and Peabody Award-winning producer/director/writer Ryan Murphy (Glee, American Horror Story, Pose) has signed an overall agreement with Netflix that could end up being valued as high as $300 million.
Credit: JoJo Whilden/Hulu Based on Lawrence Wright's Pulitzer Prize-winning book The Looming Tower: Al-Qaeda and the Road to 9/11, Hulu's new dramatic series The Looming Tower focuses on the rivalry and distrust between the CIA and FBI throughout the '90s that may have laid the groundwork for the 9/11 terrorist attack With the limited series set to[...]
Credit: JoJo Whilden/Hulu With what might be one of 2018's more controversial series, Hulu's new dramatic series The Looming Tower focuses on the rivalry and distrust between the CIA and FBI throughout the '90s that may have laid the groundwork for the 9/11 terrorist attack Based on Lawrence Wright's Pulitzer Prize-winning account, the series will examine[...]
Even with Empire and Star on hiatus until March 2018, Fox isn't about to give up on Wednesday nights, announcing premiere dates for The X-Files and 9-1-1.