What happens when the opening credits of the hit Netflix series "House of Cards" collides head on with the opening credits of AMC's "The Walking Dead?" You're about to find out. Politics and the zombie apocalypse? That just sounds so right.
Dread regulars know that I'm one of the few who absolutely loved the finale of "Dexter." I'll make no concessions about the final season being rather lackluster, but the show ended its run in a way that was both poetic and fitting for the titular character. Regardless, here's a fan-made proposition for the final season.
Maybe you never got around to watching "Dexter," or maybe you're one of the lucky ones who stopped watching a few seasons ago but are curious about the outcome. Well, if you're a Netflix subscriber, you can see what you've missed beginning on Halloween!
The Eli Roth-produced series "Hemlock Grove" returns to Netflix for a second season next year and will bring along with it a pretty face that should be quite familiar to Netflix subscribers.
In late May we heard that Netflix was considering a second season of "Hemlock Grove," and now comes word that it's a definite go! In addition a new executive producer has been added to the mix. Read on for the details.
The Netflix original series "Hemlock Grove" was met with a lukewarm reception amongst fans; nevertheless, it was still a big hit for the streaming company. That being said, will there be a Season 2?
So, did you watch all 13 episodes of "Hemlock Grove" in one fell swoop? Or maybe you're taking your time with it. In either event, you're probably curious about the town itself, and now you can explore it with one of its most intriguing residents!
Netflix is enjoying high viewership for its original series "Hemlock Grove" and "House of Cards," so much so that they're looking to continue on with original programming on a grand scale by possibly resurrecting some gone too soon titles and more.
Eli Roth's series for Netflix, "Hemlock Grove," has been met with quite an unbalanced reaction from fans. Honestly, we've seen everything from "it sucks" to "it's awesome" so at the very least it has people talking, and that's always a good thing. However, it also has them watching.
Eli Roth's new series for Netflix, "Hemlock Grove," is getting set to make its premiere tomorrow, and to celebrate its arrival, a new motion poster has gripped the Internet. Check it out right here to whet your appetite for some binge viewing!
From the twisted minds of executive producer Eli Roth and novelist Brian McGreevy comes Netflix's latest series, "Hemlock Grove," which will be released in its entirety on Friday, April 19th (look for a review of the first three episodes later this week).
Tired of all the blink and you missed it promo videos? Then, my friend, this one is for you! A NOT SAFE FOR WORK extended and gory look at Eli Roth's series for Netflix, "Hemlock Grove," has arrived, and it's good. Very good! Dig it!
Clip numero cinco is here in honor of Eli Roth's new series for Netflix entitled "Hemlock Grove" and we the entire 20 seconds of it right here for you perusal. Hey, what can we tell, ya? Sometimes quickies are good!
Another day, another clip from Eli Roth's upcoming show for Netflix, "Hemlock Grove." As you may have guessed if you've been following along, yes, it's pretty short, but it does feature Famke Janssen and that's never a bad thing!
Another clip from Eli Roth's upcoming show for Netflix, "Hemlock Grove," has arrived and we have every smashed and banged-up second of it right here for your perusal. Check it out and look for more on this one ASAP!