A second special preview clip has appeared online for this week's episode of "American Horror Story", entitled "Rubber Man", and it features guest star Zachary Quinto as Chad, who visits an S&M store looking for a way to reconnect with his lover, Patrick (Teddy Sears). And thus, the Rubber Man is born!
We have some good news for fans of the new NBC series "Grimm". The network has ordered up a full season of the show, and that's not all. They're also giving it a test run in the Thursday night, 10:00 PM slot. Read on for all the details.
A short while ago we passed on the news that Mena Suvari had landed a guest starring role on "American Horror Story" as a young woman with a connection to the Harmon house. Her nickname? The Black Dahlia. Now we have our first look at Mena in character as Elizabeth Short.
Rooney may be the Mara sister getting the most attention right now due to her stint in the upcoming The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo remake, but her older sibling Kate is hitting it out of the park on "American Horror Story" as Ben's evil mistress Hayden McClane. Check out this new clip from this week's Episode 1.08, "Rubber Man".
Yep, here's another "The Walking Dead" story for this Monday afternoon, but considering that after the November 27th episode, entitled "Pretty Much Dead Already", we won't be getting another until February 12th, we'll definitely take what we can get right now!
The Walking Dead comic purists like yours truly certainly must have raised an eyebrow or two at the turn of events in last night's episode of "The Walking Dead" TV series involving Shane (who's not even supposed to be there!) and Andrea; but hey, I'm a firm believer that change is always good so I'm willing to just go with it for now. Let's see what Andrea herself (Laurie Holden) has to say about her character arc, her shooting skills, and attaining a Zen-like calm.
All good things must come to an end, or at the very least a season finale, and that's exactly the case with MTV's "Death Valley"! Check out the final clips of the season right here!
We're coming up on the December 11th/12th airing on A&E of Mick Garris' two-part adaptation of Stephen King's Bag of Bones so of course more promo materials are floating around the Net like a tiny corpse in the middle of a giant lake. Check out a trio of new stills from Cemetary Dance and a couple of TV spots that popped up on the show's Facebook page.
Things are definitely heating up on Showtime's "Dexter" as our lovable serial killer races against the clock to catch Professor Gellar before Miami Metro Homicide does. Who will win? Check out these previews of next Sunday's Episode 6.09, "Get Gellar", to see if they shed any light on things.
Tonight we got another tense, well executed episode of "The Walking Dead" on AMC, which just makes it all that much harder to accept that next Sunday night's ep serves as the mid-season finale of the show. Check out a teaser trailer and clip from Episode 2.07, "Pretty Much Dead Already", in which the future of Rick and the survivors at the farm looks pretty darn bleak.
Now that ABC has confirmed a February 7th, 2012, start date for its mid-season replacement spookshow "The River", the network has also released the first TV spot for the series promoting the premiere.
If you didn't watch last weekend's episode of the hit AMC series based upon the Robert Kirkman zombie epic "The Walking Dead", we suggest you skip reading this story right now. For those of you all caught up however ...
Yes, "American Horror Story" fans, the rumors you've heard are true. The Season 1 finale, which was originally scheduled to be a two-hour extravaganza of fear, has been clipped to 90 minutes. Although this may sound like bad news at first, fear not. It has nothing to do with the popularity of the series or the reception it's received. This is simply a scheduling issue. Long story short... series creators Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuk have so much great stuff going on they can't find time to cram it all in!
Ever since we had the chance to watch the first episode of ABC's new series "The River" at this past summer's San Diego Comic-Con, we've been anxiously awaiting word on when exactly it will be debuting (all we knew was it would be "mid-season"), and today the news has come.
Syfy's "Being Human" returns on Monday, January 16th, 2012, and today we have an all new trailer in support of the Season 2 premiere to share.