666 Park Avenue
Nope, we're not done with the TV news today, but at least this latest bit is encouraging for genre fans. Word has just broken that ABC has picked up Warner Bros. TV's spooky drama "666 Park Avenue" starring fan favorite Terry O'Quinn.
More casting news is coming in for ABC's dark new series "666 Park Avenue", which is out to prove what a devilish place New York City can be. Trust me; after living in Brooklyn for over thirty years, I speak from experience!
The casting news continues for ABC's dark new series "666 Park Avenue", and this time a woman who has dealt with everyone from Iron Man to Seven Psychopaths is moving on in, and we think she'll be right at home!
Could we possibly have any more casting news today? No really! We need some more! In any event another resident has checked into ABC's devilish new spooker, "666 Park Avenue", and this particular desperate housewife is still smokin' hot!
And the casting news keeps on coming for ABC's latest genre offering, "666 Park Avenue", as two familiar TV faces have joined the show that will hopefully bring lots of devilish spookery once it makes its debut.
And the casting wheel keeps right on spinning for ABC's latest genre show, "666 Park Avenue". That's right, kids, another actor has signed on for some good old fashioned devilish duty. Check it out!
Word has come that "Brothers & Sisters" star Dave Annable will be joining the previously announced Terry O'Quinn in ABC pilot "666 Park Avenue" from writer David Wilcox ("Fringe"), Warner Bros. TV, and Alloy Entertainment.
One of ABC's most popular stars, Terry O'Quinn of "Lost", is heading back to the network for a lead role in "666 Park Avenue" from writer David Wilcox ("Fringe"), Warner Bros. TV, and Alloy Entertainment.
With the recent success of such TV series as "The Walking Dead" and "American Horror Story", it's no surprise the bigger networks are ordering supernatural and/or genre themed pilots for the upcoming fall season left and right. The latest to join the fray is ABC, which has given the green light to "666 Park Avenue" from writer David Wilcox ("Fringe"), Warner Bros. TV, and Alloy Entertainment.