“New Girl” actor Max Greenfield is temporarily checking in to “American Horror Story: Hotel.” Showrunner Ryan Murphy made this announcement on Twitter on Memorial Day.
Showtime has finally sealed the deal with “Twin Peaks” co-creator David Lynch, who previously expressed the show was struggling to get a revival on the cable network. In the latest report, the third season will not only have him and Mark Frost back, they have also committed to delivering 18 episodes, as posted on the “Twin Peaks” site. The project only had nine episodes in its original plans.
Fountain Studios – where next week’s ‘Britain’s Got Talent’ live shows were due to be held – had to be evacuated yesterday (21.05.15) during rehearsals, after a World War Two bomb was found just yards away, and could take up to a week to remove.
Jeremy Clarkson admits it was his “own silly fault” he was sacked from ‘Top Gear’.
“Teen Wolf” is set to return with a two-part premiere on June 29 and June 30. While fans eagerly wait, MTV has released yet another teaser to Season 5 and it’s just as insane as the last one.
There’s a new Netflix drama series and it will be premiering on May 21 at 11:30 p.m. EST. “Between,” a science-fiction thriller, is the first Netflix series that will not be running the binge-watch format, meaning, the episodes will not be released all at once. It will be just like “regular” TV, where viewers will get to watch the episodes week after week.
Harvey Specter will get a visit from his long-time client in the upcoming season of “Suits” and he’s none other than Charles Barkley. The 11-time NBA champion, who now works as a TNT NBA Analyst, will be appearing in a later episode in Season 5.
After seven impressionable seasons, one of the last of shows from the “Golden Age” of television comes to a close tonight. “Mad Men,” created by Matthew Wiener and starring Jon Hamm, is about the men and women of an advertising company in 1960s New York. Like many of the shows that premiered around the time the series also started, “Mad Men” was an exposition into the anti-hero. What will happen to its main character and its equally interesting supporting cast?
WATCH: First Teaser to Fox’s ‘SCREAM QUEENS’ from the Creators of ‘AMERICAN HORROR STORY’ and ‘GLEE’
“Scream Queens” is an upcoming horror comedy series that is set to debut on the FOX network this fall season. The show is from Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuk, who are the same people behind “American Horror Story” and “Glee.”
Hollywood superstar Bradley Cooper is returning to television. The “American Sniper” star is joining the television adaptation of “Limitless,” which he starred in the movie version back in 2013.