Nearly 2AM. People are still out partying, but we here at DC? Well, we're right here to bring you a boatload of imagery from ABC's upcoming cinéma vérité TV series "The River". Dig it!
Some pretty nifty posters are rolling in from one of the fall's most anticipated new television shows, "Once Upon a Time". We've got 'em for ya, hot off the presses, so what are you waiting for? Get in here!
The TV networks are beginning to announce their fall 2011 premiere dates, and the fairy tale based "Once Upon a Time" has landed in pretty much a perfect spot for genre fare: the month of October. Sunday, October 23rd, at 8:00 PM to be exact.
As reported previously, ABC has added "Once Upon a Time" to its upcoming 2011/2012 schedule, and now we know what night it'll be on and also have a trailer and a sneak peek of the show to share so that you can decide whether or not it's something you'll be checking out when it debuts this fall.
Just a day after releasing the roaring first footage from Oren Peli's "The River" for ABC, the official trailer and even some artwork have come our way. Interested? Grab your raft! Bruce Greenwood, Leslie Hope, Jeff Galfer and Thomas Kretschmann star in the ABC Studios television project whose pilot episode was directed by none other than Jaume Collet-Serra (The Orphan, House of Wax).
Okay! Who's ready for the first teaser clip from "The River," a new horror show from Paranormal Activity creator Oren Peli for ABC? I know we are, and that's exactly what we have for you right now. Hold on tight.
Next week the major broadcast networks will officially present their fall schedules. ABC today announced its pick-ups and cancellations. The news is bad for alien invaders and Gothic authors. The news is good, however, for fairy tales and the Paranormal Activity guy.
Starring Christopher Egan, Natalie Dormer, Kevin McNally Directed by Alex Graves ABC TV Pilot
A good bit of casting news for ABC's upcoming "Once Upon a Time" from "Lost" executive producers Edward Kitsis and Adam Horowitz has come in over the past several days so we thought we'd just condense everything into one easy-to-find location.
And the cast for ABC's "The River" continues to grow. We take this as a good sign as the more characters there are, the higher the probability is that they will end up dead, dispatched in some hopefully heinous supernatural way!
Another actor is ready to toss his raft into ABC's "The River," and we have got the info for you right here! Set sail for the scoop by reading on.
A key piece of the casting puzzle for the ABC pilot "The River", directed by Jaume Collet-Serra, has fallen into place with the show's hiring of Leslie Hope to play the lead female, Tess Cole.
And the pilot casting news continues at a fast and furious pace as lots of talent is lining up to become the latest bits of fresh meat on horror television's future.
British actress Natalie Dormer (aka Anne Boleyn on Showtime's "The Tudors") has joined the rapidly expanding cast of ABC's "Poe" as a character named Celeste.
Two Aussie actors and a Brit have joined the previously announced Leslie Odom, Jr., in ABC's "Poe", which has Alex Graves handling the directorial reins for its first episode.