It's always fun to see what horror projects are among the TV shows gracing the keepsake bags given out each year at San Diego Comic-Con, and we have a whopping six entries this year thanks to Warner Bros. Are your favorites among them?
Fox TV is one of the first out of the gate to reveal the artwork it's bringing to the 2014 San Diego Comic-Con, and thanks to Entertainment Weekly we have a look at both "Sleepy Hollow" Season 2 and "The Following" Season 3.
Sundays at San Diego Comic-Con are known for family-friendly fare, but this year there's plenty to keep horror fans sticking around like "Supernatural," "The Strain," and "The Following" (all presenting their wares in the hallowed Hall H).
Warner Bros. Television and TV Guide Magazine have joined forces for the fifth year in a row to present a special Warner Bros.-themed Comic-Con special edition of the magazine, taking fans behind the scenes of their favorite series and offering up four sets of collectible “flip” covers.
#SDCC14: Warner Bros. Reveals Full Schedule Including iZombie & Constantine Pilots Plus All Your Favorites
Yesterday we learned WBTV is expanding its 2014 SD Comic-Con events to include Saturday night, and now we have their full schedule, which includes the "iZombie" and "Constantine" pilots plus returning favorites like "TVD," "The Originals," "Supernatural," and "The Following."
Will "The Following's" fans "Forgive" this uneven season and return for the show's already announced third go-round? It all boils down to Episode 2.15 and if director/exec producer Marcos Siega can deliver the "huge... fantastic" finale promised in this clip.
The only surefire way to avoid spoilers is to watch "The Following's" Season 2 finale (Ep. 2.15, entitled "Forgive") on Fox this coming Monday night when it airs, and of course the network has come up with a hastag to encourage live tweeing: #FollowingFriends.
You are cordially invited to the season finale of "The Following" (Episode 2.15, entitled "Forgive") next Monday, and before you RSVP, you might want to check out this new preview and still that Fox just released.
Well, last night dashed our hopes of a Joe/Lily showdown on "The Following," but with just two episodes left, we'll keep tuning in just to see what the twins do next! Here's a preview of next week's Ep. 2.14, "Silence," along with a quick look back at Ep. 2.13, "The Reaping."
"The Following" continues to confound us. It seems like each season starts out promisingly, goes off the rails in the middle, and then comes back around at the end. And here we are near the end of Season 2 with Episode 2.13, "The Reaping," on its way. Will it follow the same pattern?
Just three episodes remain in Season 2 of "The Following," and we're not about to stop watching after devoting so much time to it. You on board, too? Here's a preview of next week's Ep. 2.13, "The Reaping," along with a quick look back at Ep. 2.12, "Betrayal."
To get you ready for tonight's Episode 2.12 of "The Following," entitled "Betrayal," Fox has released another clip. In this one Joe (James Purefoy) explains to Emma (Valorie Curry) how religion is responsible for far more bloodshed than he could ever be.
Our enthusiasm for "The Following" has waned, but not our morbid curiosity as to how the authorities can fuck up next. And with Lily back in the picture, we're game to stick around until the end of the season. If you are too, here are a clip and some photos from Ep. 2.12, "Betrayal."
We have just a few more hours to wait for tonight's Episode 2.11 of "The Following," entitled "Freedom," and to help fill the time, Fox has released a new sneak peek, in which a deadly massacre, thought to be sparked by Joe Carroll, leads Ryan and Mike into very dangerous territory.
Ryan is uncharacteristically optimistic, Emma and Robert have a heart-to-heart chat, and Carrie and Ryan get interrupted in these three new clips from Monday night's Episode 2.11 of "The Following," entitled "Freedom."