There were rumors “Scream” wasn’t going to move on with a second season on MTV a few weeks ago. But now, fans of the thriller can no breathe a sigh of relief as the network has just given the show another season.
“The Mindy Project” is putting all the stops for its fourth season on Hulu. The show, which has been cancelled on Fox, is breathing new life on the streaming service and it’s making sure it stays alive with all these exciting casting announcements.
“11/23/63,” the miniseries from J.J. Abrams and Stephen King has just added Josh Duhamel in its cast.
The “Battle Creek” actor will join lead star James Franco in the thriller, which is based off King’s best-selling novel, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
Singer-songwriter Ed Sheeran has dabbled on TV for special guest and cameo appearances in the past. But now, the performing artist is taking on an actual role and it will be quite a challenge.
Maggie Q and Dylan McDermott may have lost their crime series “Stalker” last season, but the pair are reportedly working together again in “Red Flag,” a Chinese-themed adventure series set in the 1800s.
Emmy-nominated series “American Crime” has had a great first season run on ABC. Now, the show is set to return for another season with a new story and a new setting.
“The Flash” recurring guest star Robbie Amell is heading to “The X-Files” reboot along with “Six Feet Under” actress Lauren Ambrose.
After being killed off in the first season of “The Flash,” actor Rick Cosnett is heading to the new ABC series “Quantico” to play the role of Elias Harper.
In an America generations removed from the greatest civil rights struggles of the 1960s, the young mayor of a mid-sized American city is faced with a federal court order that says he must build a small number of low-income housing units in the white neighborhoods of his town.
The 67th Emmy Awards announced their nominations for this year’s ceremony. “Game of Thrones” dominated the list with a total of 24 noms, while shows like “American Horror Story: Freak Show,” “House of Cards,” “Mad Men,” “Downton Abbey,” and “Wolf Hall” also received multiple recognitions.