Based on the phenomenal Manga created by Hajime Isayama, Attack on Titan is a live-action movie directed by Shinji Higuchi and written by Yusuke Watanabe and Tomohiro Machiyama.
‘How I Met Your Mother’ Honored as the Number One Comedy Show in the World, A Year After It Went Off the Air
At the Monte Carlo TV Festival over the weekend, comedy series “How I Met Your Mother” was honored with its first International Audience Award for the best program in its genre. The citation comes a year after the series has bowed out of television.
Following “Arrow,” which will launch its fourth season this fall, “The Flash,” which is running it second season, and “Legends of Tomorrow,” which will debut for the first time, The CW is set to develop “Hawkgirl” into a TV show next.
“Breaking Bad” alum Aaron Paul, who won an Emmy for his role as Jesse Pinkman in the critically-acclaimed series three times, is returning to the small screen. The actor has agreed to star in “The Way,” the drama series from “Parenthood” creator Jason Katims.
Streaming service Netflix is on a roll! The company that is changing the way we watch television is said to be adapting Lemony Snicket’s “A Series of Unfortunate Events” into a series, various reports say.
Winona Ryder is set to do a television series on Netflix. The actress will play a mother who is still hoping to find answers for the disappearance of her son.
No one is having a grander time this week than “Jurassic World” lead star Chris Pratt. His movie, which opened this weekend, has just broken box-office records, according to various news outlets and critics have been giving it good reviews. But despite the huge success, the actor reveals that he’s aiming and open to be on a television show.
In 2016, one of the most successful animated franchises in the world returns with its biggest comedy adventure yet, “Kung Fu Panda 3.”
Will Ferrell and Kristen Wiig’s Lifetime TV movie project, “A Deadly Adoption” is pushing forward and is finally set to air on June 20, Saturday on the women’s cable network. Lifetime has already announced its release with a new teaser.
BBC America will debut the fantasy series “Jonathan Strange & Mr. Norrell” on June 13, Saturday. Based on a novel by Susanna Clarke, which was released in 2004, the story takes place in 19th century England and stars Bertie Carvel and Eddie Marsan.