No stranger to the horror genre after her participation in the House of Wax remake and Repo! The Genetic Opera, Paris Hilton is about to embark on a "Supernatural" journey as a guest star on the popular show that airs on the CW Network.
Now that the show has made the move from NBC to CBS, "Medium" producer Glenn Gordon Caron is ready to snaz it up a bit to encourage viewers of new lead-in "Ghost Whisperer" to stick around. To that end, he has acquired the rights to use footage from Night of the Living Dead in an upcoming episode.
It may have been mostly shunned by the Emmys (garnering only Outstanding Art Direction, Casting, and Main Title Design nominations from them), but HBO's "True Blood" got the recognition it so richly deserves from the Television Critics Association over this past weekend.
In the course of updating our San Diego Comic-Con 09 photo gallery, which already includes hundreds of pictures (with more to come) of horror collectibles, costumed attendees, and celebrities both on panels or just walking the convention floor, we realized the newsy bits gathered during the presentation for Showtime's "Dexter" went out via Twitter but never made it to the site. Allow us to correct that oversight immediately.
HBO's "True Blood" has become a phenomenon. From their extremely clever viral marketing to their frequent posts on Twitter @TrueBloodHBO, people just can't get enough! To add to the mayhem, Dread Central is happy to bring you a clip from this Sunday's episode!
Attention fang-bangers! Break out the drinks and lose the turtlenecks! It's official! "True Blood" Season Three has been officially renewed!
There are few TV series that both respect and cater to their fans like the CW's "Supernatural" does. And at this year's San Diego Comic-Con creator Eric Kripke once again treated those attending the show's panel to a full five-minute sneak peek at the Season Five premiere. Unlike in previous years, it wasn't the opening, but rather a few scenes from the middle of Act 1. Spoilers follow so only click thtough if you're all caught up and just can't wait for September 10th.
Dexter, like everything else, is being promoted at this year's Comic-Con, but the good news is that you don't have to be there to get your first sneak peek at the new season!
You have to hand it HBO. They've really pulled out all the stops on promoting this season of "True Blood" what with their extremely clever viral marketing and a plethora of stills and clips. Plus, they post on Twitter with a vengeance, and it's thanks to the latest tweet from @TrueBloodHBO that we're able to show you two sneak peeks from this Sunday's upcoming episode.
It's a shame "Harper's Island" did so poorly on TV. Truth is it's a solid little show filled with about as much violence as some R-rated films. Pretty shocking. Word of mouth just spread a little too late, and as a result the show's fanbase got to the party too late to save it from the sentenced to Saturday night Death Curse.
If you're a fan of Fox TV's "Dollhouse" series, we have some good news and some bad news. Let's start with the good: The premiere episode of Season 2 is being written and directed by Joss Whedon himself. The bad? You're going to have to wait one more week to get your dose of Dushku as Fox has pushed back the series' return to September 25th.
One of the best mini-series of the past several years was HBO Latino's Epitafios (review). At the time we posted our review, it wasn't clear whether or not we'd see any further adventures of Renzo Márquez and the Policía Federal Argentina, but today we learned that yes, finally, Season 2 is on its way.
Fans of "Supernatural" got a nice treat last week when word came down that Adrianne Palicki was going to reprise her portrayal of Jessica in at least one episode, but what we've really been wanting to hear about is who would be playing Season 5's big bad, Lucifer. Our wait is now over.
The second season of HBO's "True Blood" is in full swing, and fans of the show have been anxiously awaiting the first sighting of Evan Rachel Wood as Sophie-Anne Leclerq, the Vampire Queen of Louisiana. No photos have shown up yet, but Wood herself did reveal a few choice tidbits about her character.
Season 4 of "Supernatural" ended with a doozy of a cliffhanger, and the September 10th premiere of its fifth (and final?) season can't come soon enough for me. So the news that Adrianne Palicki is returning for a guest spot as Sam's unlucky girl friend Jessica is like icing on the cake.