Kate del Castillo ("Weeds") is heading to NBC for the Halloween episode of "Grimm," titled "La Llorona," which is loosely based on the famed legend of a woman who drowned her children, as Nick and the gang take on the case of the Weeping Woman.
NBC's experiment of moving "Grimm" to Monday nights has ended, and the show returns to its regular Friday night 9:00 pm time slot on September 28th. Check out this preview of Episode 2.05, "The Good Shepherd," in which "True Blood"'s Kristina Anapau guest stars.
Canadian journalist Murtz Jaffer chatted with "Revolution" stars Billy Burke (The Twilight Saga) and Tracy Spiridakos ('Being Human" US) during the 2012 Fan Expo Canada (it ran August 23-26 in Toronto), and we have the video of their interview right here.
We're definitely looking forward to checking out NBC's new series "Revolution," and if you are, too, read on to see our full image gallery from the pilot and for details on how you can watch it early.
When all the lights go out, what else do you expect the survivors to do but go on a "Quest for Power"? In this pair of promos for NBC's upcoming "Revolution," it's evident that "Their Journey... Is Our Hope".
You never know where news is gonna pop up nowadays; that's why we're always on the prowl. Eyes shifting everywhere. Today they were diverted to the official Twitter page of Bryan Fuller, who posted the first image from NBC's "Hannibal."
True Blood's Kristina Anapau Guest Starring in Grimm Ep. 2.05 - The Good Shepherd; Full Synopsis Released
As her stint on "True Blood" as Maurella, a fairy, ends, Kristina Anapau is heading to another genre show, having been cast in Episode 2.05 of NBC's "Grimm" as a different type of creature, a Seelengut. Read on for the details and a full synopsis of the ep, titled "The Good Shepherd."
The casting news continues for the NBC series based upon the exploits of the infamous character created by Thomas Harris, "Hannibal." Actress Hettienne Park has joined the series to portray Beverly Katz, a bright-eyed yet weary crime scene investigator.
Last week's season premiere of "Grimm" left us with a cliffhanger to rival the show's Season 1 finale. Hopefully tonight's episode, entitled "The Kiss," will bring some resolution along with the live tweeting that's happening on both coasts.
Revolution Update: Jeff Fahey to Guest Star; Billy Burke Introduces Miles Matheson in Another Character Profile
The already hefty (and high-powered) cast for NBC's "Revolution" has just grown by one with the news that Jeff Fahey ("Lost," Machete, Sushi Girl) has signed on as a guest star.
Nick is in big trouble in this clip from the upcoming Episode 2.02 of NBC's "Grimm", entitled "The Kiss," but as usual Hank's on his way to help our hero out. Check it out, and tune in this Monday night at 10pm/9c.
Another actor is heading to Portland for NBC's "Grimm," and we have all the details right here. Michael Grant Terry (on "Bones" he was one of Dr. Brennan's many interns) is joining the supernatural cop drama for a multi-episode arc and will first appear in Ep. 2.08, entitled "The Other Side."
More casting news has come in for the NBC series based upon the exploits of the infamous character created by Thomas Harris, "Hannibal." Camelot actress Lara Jean Chorostecki has joined the cast of the series to play Freddie Lounds, the sleazy tabloid reporter.
The race is on to save Juliette in the next episode of "Grimm," entitled "The Kiss," which also features guest stars James Frain, Jessica Tuck, Mike Dopud, and Mary Elizabeth Mastrantonio. Check out the episode's preview right here.
The television series "Ringer" was a mess, but it was sleazy enough to keep us entertained. Sadly, it was shit-canned, but now the producers of that show have another genre card to play up their sleeves. Read on for details.