CBS revealed the premiere dates for its upcoming fall season today, and the main thing we were interested in when we'll be able to see Kevin Williamson's new series, "Stalker." If you're curious as well, read on for the details!
About a month ago CBS revealed that "Stalker," a new series from Kevin Williamson (Scream, "The Following") will be airing on Wednesday nights beginning in the fall, and now we have a trailer for the show's premiere to share.
It's been a crazy busy week for the TV networks, and today it was CBS's turn to show off its upcoming wares. On tap for you right now we have "first look" videos for the Halle Berry vehicle "Extant" plus Kevin Williamson's new series, "Stalker."
With all the TV news we've been getting the last few days, CBS has been rather quiet, but that changed today with the announcement that the network has picked up Kevin Williamson's pilot, which now has a title. Read on for the details!
The female lead in Kevin Williamson's still untitled pilot for CBS has been found, and it's the always kick-ass Maggie Q, best known for her title role in "Nikita."
More TV casting news hit our radar today: Kevin Williamson's still untitled pilot for CBS has landed "True Blood's" Mariana Klaveno in the supporting role of a detective. C'mon, Kev - it's been weeks. Pick a title already, please!
Ever since we heard at the end of January that Kevin Williamson is working on a new pilot for CBS, we've been hungry for more details; and today they have come, including who his lead actor is. Read on for the details.
"American Horror Story: Coven" has been kicking all kinds of ass this season, but one of the franchise stars, Dylan McDermott, has been absent from the spooky affair. So will he be returning? Read on for details.
During the Salute to Ryan Murphy portion of the 2013 PaleyFest, "American Horror Story" Seasons 1 and 2 star Dylan McDermott may have let slip a very interesting detail regarding the character to be played by the recently announced Kathy Bates.
If sitting through another Wednesday night without "American Horror Story" has got you down, then you'll be happy to hear one final video has popped up online for Chapter Two of the series, which was known as "Asylum," entitled "Briarcliff: In Memoriam."
More casting news has come in for Blumhouse Productions' Mercy as Deadline is reporting that Mark Duplass has signed on to the fantasy-horror project based on a short from Stephen King’s Skeleton Crew collection.
We'll miss our weekly fix of "American Horror Story: Asylum" tomorrow night, but to ease the pain a bit, FX has released its last "Inside the Asylum" recap. Peek through the doors of Briarcliff one last time for a look behind the scenes of "Madness Ends," the epic conclusion of Chapter 2.
Now that The Twilight Saga has come to an end (at least for now), fans have been keeping an eye on cast members to see what they do next. Case in point: actor Peter Facinelli, who has just landed himself a chilly new gig.
It's all been leading to this - finally in Episode 13 of "American Horror Story: Asylum" (the Chapter 2 finale), the "Madness Ends"! Check out a preview of the episode and let us know what you think about this season as a whole.
The first behind-the-scenes image of Joel Courtney and Chandler Riggs in the latest Stephen King adpatation, Mercy, has hit the interwebs courtesy of Blumhouse Productions' Facebook page, and we have a look at it right here. Dig it!