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TCA Summer 2013

TCA Summer 2013 Press Tour: More Details on American Horror Story: Coven Characters

Today was FX's turn to shine for the Television Critics Association, and part of their presentation included some info on the characters we'll see in "American Horror Story: Coven." Read on for the details!

TCA Summer 2013 Press Tour: The Strain Will Have a 3- to 5-Season Arc

At this week's TCA event, FX CEO John Landgraf dropped some interesting news regarding the upcoming adaptation of Chuck Hogan and Guillermo del Toro's "The Strain." Read on for the latest.

TCA Summer 2013 Press Tour: Fox Releases New Cast Photo and Trailer for Almost Human

During its presentation this week to the Television Critics Association, Fox revealed a new trailer and cast photo for "Almost Human." Check them out, and look for more soon!

TCA Summer 2013 Press Tour: Hulu Answers The Strange Calls

With TV shows popping on many different platforms besides the networks we all grew up with, it was Hulu's turn to present its upcoming goods to the TCA this week.

TCA Summer 2013 Press Tour: Possible Dexter Spinoff on Hold

With Showtime's "Dexter" currently winding down through its final season, talk of a spinoff series has already begun. That being said... such talk is also painfully premature. Read on for the latest.

TCA Summer 2013 Press Tour: Josh Hartnett and Eva Green to Star in Showtime's Penny Dreadful

In June we got word that Juan Antonio Bayona will helm the first two episodes of Showtime's "Penny Dreadful," and now we have some casting news for the eight-episode series.

TCA Summer 2013 Press Tour: CBS Renews Under the Dome; Stephen King Writing Season 2 Premiere

Well, this was a no-brainer: CBS announced today that "Under the Dome" has been renewed for 13 new episodes, and Stephen King is writing the Season 2 premiere!

TCA Summer 2013 Press Tour: NBC Rebooting Stephen King's Tommyknockers and Rosemary's Baby

The Television Critics Association's Summer 2013 Press Tour is in full swing, and today it's NBC's turn to share some news. With the recent success of "Hannibal" and "Bates Motel," is it any wonder they're talking more short-form series based on popular horror titles?