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First Viral Video and Title Treatment for FX's The Strain

During last night's mid-season finale of "The Walking Dead," you may have noticed a quick viral video featuring rats running amok in a seemingly ordinary setting. What you may not have realized is that it was the first viral video for FX's adaptation of Guillermo del Toro and Chuck Hogan's "The Strain."

Broadchurch's David Bradley Replacing John Hurt in FX's The Strain

If you watched the stellar "Broadchurch," you'll surely recognize the expressive face of David Bradley, who has just signed on for a key role in FX's upcoming "The Strain," replacing the equally recognizable John Hurt.

Guillermo Del Toro's Television Series, The Strain, Gets a Full Episode Order at FX

"The Strain" is picking up steam at the FX network, where it was granted a full season order of thirteen episodes and outfitted with a full writing staff to bring the series to fruition.

Natalie Brown Gives In to The Strain

More casting news has come in for Guillermo del Toro and Chuck Hogan's television version of their literary franchise The Strain. "Being Human" star Natalie Brown has joined the show. Read on for details.

Guillermo del Toro Puts the Strain on Leslie Hope

More casting news has come in for Guillermo del Toro and Chuck Hogan's television version of their literary franchise, The Strain. "24" and "The River" star Leslie Hope has joined the show.

TCA Summer 2013 Press Tour: The Strain Will Have a 3- to 5-Season Arc

At this week's TCA event, FX CEO John Landgraf dropped some interesting news regarding the upcoming adaptation of Chuck Hogan and Guillermo del Toro's "The Strain." Read on for the latest.

Former Pro Wrestler Robert Maillet Joins FX's The Strain

Currently appearing in Pacific Rim, pro wrestler-turned-actor Robert Maillet has landed another Guillermo del Toro project for his next gig as he'll be portraying the villain in FX's adaptation of del Toro and Chuck Hogan's The Strain.

Sean Astin Puts a Strain on His Former Hobbit Feet

More casting news for FX's adaptation of horror novel The Strain has come in as Sean Astin has landed a role in the project. Showrunner Carlton Cuse made the announcement via Twitter. No other details are available at press time.

Jack Kesy Feels The Strain

More casting news for FX's adaptation of horror novel The Strain has come in as Jack Kesy has landed a regular role on the show to play Gabriel Bolivar, a character in the vein of Iggy Pop. The main difference between the two? He can take off his shirt without making people vomit.

John Hurt Reuniting with Guillermo del Toro for FX's The Strain

FX's adaptation of horror novel The Strain just gained some mega star quality as Oscar nominee John Hurt has been tapped as the co-lead opposite Corey Stoll and Mia Maestro in the network's high-profile drama pilot.

Miguel Gomez Signs on as a Vamp Hunter in FX's The Strain

It's been a bit quiet lately with regard to FX's pilot for "The Strain," but a new cast member has joined the fray, and he looks to be quite the badass!

Two More Sign on to Feel The Strain

Two more names have signed on to appear in the upcoming FX adaptation of the Guillermo del Toro and Chuck Hogan vampire opus The Strain. Read on for the details surrounding the latest additions, who happen to know a few things about changing the course of history.

The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn's Mia Maestro Feels The Strain

Some Twilight alumni news has rolled in as Breaking Dawn's Mia Maestro has landed a gig in FX's television adaptation of the Chuck Hogan/Guillermo del Toro book The Strain. Read on for details.

More Casting News Comes in for The Strain

And the casting news keeps on cooking for FX Network's upcoming adaptation of Guillermo del Toro and Chuck Hogan's The Strain. We told you things were gonna start moving! People love vampire stuff!

Corey Stoll Feels The Strain on FX

Sounds as if business has finally picked up regarding the FX Network's adaptation of Guillermo del Toro and Chuck Hogan's vampire epic The Strain. The first lead has been cast, and we expect more to be announced shortly.