STARZ has released the first teaser to the upcoming television revival of the “Evil Dead” franchise. Produced by Sam Raimi, Bruce Campbell and Rob Tapert, who are also very same people behind the original films, the show will run for 10 half-hour episodes on the cable channel later this year.
On the heels of its return for a second season run this summer, TNT has released the latest teaser and poster for “The Last Ship.” The unveiling was done at the WonderCon event in Anaheim last week.
Simon Cowell is on the hunt for a Latino version of One Direction, with auditions already underway for ‘La Banda’.
E! have announced ‘Dash Dolls’, a ‘Keeping Up with the Kardashians’ spin-off show about the employees of the Dash boutiques.
The final chapter of “Mad Men” will begin unfolding on April 5, 2015 on AMC. Its creator Matt Weiner and his team have always kept the details under wraps. But it has been hinted that the second part of the show’s final season will be like a finale episode for each of the character. Weiner can only confirm that the finale will focus on the big six, namely Don, Joan, Peggy, Betty, Peter and Roger.
Two new renewal announcements for television have been confirmed today. First, the FOX comedy series “New Girl” has been given a fifth season, while the FX spy drama “The Americans” is coming back for a fourth season.
After “The Sound of Music” in 2013 and “Peter Pan” in 2014, NBC is set to bring the Broadway musical “The Wiz” on live television this year. The show is set for telecast on Dec. 3, 2015 as announced by NBC entertainment.
Rumors and outrageous stories about the Church of Scientology will be threshed out in HBO’s latest documentary “Going Clear: Scientology and the Prison of Belief,” which debuts tonight, March 29, on the cable network at 8:00 p.m. The feature, helmed…
After rumors have been buzzing about “Downton Abbey’s” eventual end, the producers of the show have finally made it official. The upcoming sixth season will be the show’s last. Read on.
Top-rating show ‘Top Gear’ isn’t having Jeremy Clarkson back. Following an incident with his producer a couple of weeks ago, BBC has decided it will no longer renew the presenter’s contract.