A&E is starting to look like horror's new best friend. With its "Bates Hotel" series on the way and a pilot coming for "Those Who Kill", another genre project has just been greenlit with some pretty impressive talent behind it. Read on for the details!
A director has been found to take the reins of the one-hour pilot of A&E's upcoming "Bates Motel" series based upon everyone's favorite psycho, Norman Bates, and his over-possessive mother who's known to go a little mad sometimes.
Part One of A&E's mini-series Coma is set to debut this coming Labor Day with Part Two following on Tuesday, September 4th. To help get you ready for the two-day event, we have a full image gallery to share.
Taissa Farmiga made a pretty big splash in last season's "American Horror Story," and now her big sister, Vera (The Departed, Orphan, The Conjuring), is heading to the small screen as well, playing Norma Bates in A&E's upcoming "Bates Motel" series.
The marketing campaign for A&E's mini-series Coma has gone viral with billboards and such in NYC and LA along with a website called Coma Conspiracy. Read on for the details of how you can seek the truth and help uncover the conspiracy.
While walking the streets at this year's Comic-Con, we've run across many strange and cool things. One thing that caught our eye in particular was this lovely lady who was handing out bars of soap in promotion of the upcoming A&E series "Bates Motel."
A&E has just released the first trailer for “Coma,” a four-hour epic two-night event from Ridley and Tony Scott featuring a multiple Academy Award and Emmy Award-winning cast. Check it out right here.
EW is on a bit of a roll this week as they've scored the first two images from A&E’s “Coma,” a modern day retelling of the Robin Cook novel and iconic film by Michael Crichton.
It's sometimes hard to judge how Dread-worthy a new project is, but when we hear about one that involves serial killers, we figure you guys want to know about it! So here's the latest on "Those Who Kill", for which A&E has ordered up a pilot.
During this year's Comic-Con fans can partake in an immersive experience into A&E’s “Coma,” a modern day retelling of the Robin Cook novel and iconic film by Michael Crichton, where they can interact with nurses and doctors from the institute and check out set pieces from the mini-series.
NBC is getting into the Hannibal Lecter business, and now A&E is going to delve into the origins of cinema’s greatest Psycho, Norman Bates. “Lost” writer Carlton Cruse and “Friday Night Lights” writer-producer Kerry Ehrin will serve as the executive producers brave enough to reopen the “Bates Motel”.
Summer's just begun, but we're already looking forward to Labor Day weekend thanks to A&E. That's when the network is premiering Coma from executive producers Ridley and Tony Scott via a special two-night event. Read on for the teaser trailer and additional info.
This Tuesday, March 27th, Anchor Bay is releasing on DVD and Blu-ray one of the best genre-related documentaries in some time- Corman's World: Exploits of a Hollywood Rebel- written and directed by Alex Stapleton.