Despite the show's recent cancellation, fans of "666 Park Avenue" should still receive some closure when the series ends its run on ABC as executive producers David Wilcox and Matt Miller promise they are "building to a powerful and surprising series finale."
ABC's Sunday nights have just gotten a bit more star power as additional potential victims have been cast in the upcoming horror series "666 Park Avenue." Read on to find out who the next poor souls with dark secrets will be.
ABC's fall schedule is pretty light on horror, but the network does have one new show we're looking forward to: "666 Park Avenue". We already knew it will be airing on Sunday nights, but now we know exactly when it'll be hitting the airwaves.
A new promo video has arrived for ABC's upcoming new series "666 Park Avenue" so we figured what better time than now to share that along with the photo gallery we shot during our SDCC 2012 roundtable interviews (click here) with the stars and creators.
With horror being the hottest trend on TV, ABC brought "666 Park Avenue" to the San Diego Comic-Con, where we had a chance to watch the pilot and panel and then chat with the cast and creators of the show. Color us definitely intrigued by what we've seen so far!
We had a lot of fun with Erik Palladino in Dead & Breakfast so are glad to see him return to the genre in the new ABC series "666 Park Avenue", especially now that he's moved up from a guest appearance in the pilot to a regular, playing Tony DeMeo, a doorman at The Drake apartments.
Everyone knows sex sells so it's no surprise ABC is focusing on the seductive side of its new series "666 Park Avenue" in these new promo posters, but we definitely prefer the spookier aspects of the network's original artwork. In any event, check 'em all out right here!
A quick teaser promo has arrived for ABC's "666 Park Avenue", and we like what we're seeing from this new series about The Drake, where evil, obsession, and supernatural occurrences are all included in the rent.
Horror on TV has never been hotter, and everyone is scrambling to find the next big scary thing. Writer David Wilcox, who's worked on "Law & Order," ABC's "Life on Mars," and Fox's "Fringe," recently talked about how latest project, "666 Park Avenue", relates to the book and lots more.
ABC is adding one new genre show to its fall lineup, and we're definitely looking forward to it. But did they have to put it on Sunday nights? Isn't that night full enough already? Anyway, read on for more details and to get a look at the cast and new trailer.
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.