NBC is rarely one to learn the right lessons from success, so how best to follow a thriving Will & Grace revival? Why, undoing any goodwill from The Office series finale, of course, and plotting an official revival for the 2018-19 season!
Amazon is undergoing even more overhaul. In addition to its abandonment of the viewer feedback model for new pilots, Amazon has now passed on almost all of its latest shows, and might not renew some critical favorites.
The Walking Dead has seen its share of bitter exits, but rarely do the parents get involved. Such appears to be the case with Sunday’s game-changing character death, as the actor’s father tore into the network on social media, claiming “I never trusted Gimple or AMC.”
It’s been some time since anyone considered The Walking Dead scary, so allow AMC to introduce a new vision of horror. Our first look at Ridley Scott’s adaptation of Dan Simmons’ The Terror has arrived, including a new teaser and photos of some familiar Game of Thrones faces.
We may not have any Game of Thrones to look forward to in 2018, but HBO has plenty of other wares. See for yourself, as a new 2018 promo for the network brings us fresh Westworld Season 2 footage, a first look at Gillian Flynn’s Sharp Objects miniseries, Fahrenheit 451 and much more.
At long last, the fourth season of Black Mirror has cleared away the fog. Months after a first trailer and weeks after its promotional tour began, Netflix confirms a late December premiere for the six new stories that comprise the dystopian techno-thriller.
We still don’t have an official premiere date for Black Mirror Season 4 (that first trailer was in August!), but we do have the next best thing. Who needs one promo, when all six new episodes get their own full-length trailers, including that delightful-seeming Star Trek spoof?