Mark Pellegrino ("Supernatural", "Lost", "Being Human") guest stars in "Grimm" Season 2 as Jarold, an old high school buddy of Hank's, whose daughter goes missing. Now we've learned that John Pyper-Ferguson has been cast as a man looking to exact some justice from Jarold.
Are you a fan of "Grimm?" Are you excited for what Season Two will hold for our always embattled hero? Then read on as two new faces have joined the ever growing cast of people stepping up to walk on the dark side.
NBC is looking like a horror fan's new best friend these days what with "Grimm", "Hannibal", and "Mockingbird Lane" all vying for our attention; but they're not resting on their laurels just yet. Word has come of a new 10-episode "Dracula" series in development at the network.
Since we're getting closer to the release of “Grimm” Season One, coming to Blu-ray and DVD on August 7th, we got our hands on more clips to share with you guys, including some of the madness that our hero has to go through while fending off creatures.
More possible casting news has come in for the NBC series based upon the exploits of the infamous character created by Thomas Harris, "Hannibal", and we've got all the latest for you right here with some fava beans and a fine chianti!
During the 2012 San Diego Comic-Con, Dread Central had the opportunity to sit down and chat with some of the familiar faces of NBC's wildly popular series "Grimm", including David Giuntoli, Russell Hornsby and Reggie Lee, who dished on what fans can expect of their characters for Season Two.
In celebration of “Grimm” Season One coming to Blu-ray and DVD on August 7th, we got our hands on three clips to share with you guys, including a look at some of the bonus material that will be included in the package.
"Grimm" returns to NBC on Monday, August 13th, with a jump start on the fall season, and we have an early look at a clip from the first episode, entitled "Bad Teeth", which contains a few spoilers if you're not totally caught up on what transpired in the Season 1 finale. So proceed with caution!
There's less than a month to go until the August 13th premiere of Season 2 of NBC's "Grimm", and to help fill the time, we have more Comic-Con interviews with the cast and executive producers. Never let it be said we don't cover all the bases here at DC!
Everything we're hearing about NBC's new series "Revolution" is positive, including a comment from our contact at the network promising that it should be right up the alley of Dread Central readers. So how about a few more interviews with the cast and creator from Comic-Con?
THR caught up with Bryan Fuller at Comic-Con to talk about NBC’s forthcoming “The Munsters” reboot, “Mockingbird Lane," and the man had some pretty interesting things to say! Read on for the latest.
We previously posted a few highlights of Bryan Fuller's panel at Comic-Con relating to "Mockingbird Lane", and now NBC has provided a pair of videos regarding both that show and "Hannibal" as well as a quick video update from "Do No Harm" co-executive producer David Schulner.
One of our biggest disappointments about this year's Comic-Con was not having time to check out the "Revolution" panel moderated by Jon Favreau. Well, the gods must have been listening because NBC has released it in its entirety along with a few other cast interview videos.
Curious about what you might have missed from the "Grimm" panel during this year's San Diego Comic-Con? Well, be curious no more as NBC has released it in its entirety! Watch it here, and also check out our photo gallery from SDCC. We'll have more interviews soon!
Our friends over at TVLine scored the first look at "The Munsters" redux "Mockingbird Lane" at this year's Comic-Con, and well, it doesn't look very Munstery. Except, oddly enough, for Marilyn. See for yourself, and read on for a recap of the Bryan Fuller panel.