David and Arthur embark on a heroic quest while Emma enacts her plan to draw Excalibur.
In Camelot, the heroes feverishly work to free Merlin. Determined to help Emma, David embarks on a quest to retrieve a magical relic that Regina could use to communicate with the imprisoned sorcerer, but, when David leaves, Arthur insists on joining him because the dangers ahead are greater than he can imagine.
Meanwhile, Mary Margaret discovers the fate of her old friend Lancelot. Back in Storybrooke, Arthur seeks David’s help to catch a thief who threatens the safety of the citizens of Camelot.
The Rocky Horror Show is one of the most beloved of all cult plays/movies of all time. Now, BBC America is announcing a one night only, special presentation – a midnight premiere of a brand new production from the stage of London’s Playhouse Theatre.
The two-hour performance will be narrated by writer Richard O’Brien (the original Riff Raff) and special guests Stephen Fry, Anthony Head, Adrian Edmondson, Emma Bunton and Mel Giedroyc. BBC America will air this special at midnight (11C) on Saturday, October 18th.
A special encore midnight airing will follow a full day of Doctor Who-lloween on October 31st. For further details, follow the jump.
ABC Family is rebranding itself. As of January, 2016, the network will become Freeform.
The change will coincide with the winter premieres of network hits like The Fosters, Pretty Little Liars and rookie sensation Stitchers, and the premieres of new shows, Shadowhunters and Recovery Road. For further details, follow the jump.
On the eve of the 45th anniversary of the premiere of “The Mary Tyler Moore Show,” PBS has announced a new documentary about the TV legend.
From The Dick Van Dyke Show to Robert Redford’s Ordinary People and beyond, Mary Tyler Moore has shown herself to be a gifted and versatile actor. But it was with The Mary Tyler Moore Show (which 45 years ago) that Moore had her greatest influence – showing the world that a woman could have a successful career and a rewarding life on both personal and professional levels.
Mary Tyler Moore: A Celebration features a look at her life and 50-year career and will present interviews with notable fans (like Oprah Winfrey) and professional colleagues (Dick Van Dyke, Ed Asner, Carl Reiner).
Mary Tyler Moore: A Celebration airs on PBS on Tuesday, October 13th (8/7C). For further details, follow the jump.
It’s been 25 years since Dark Horse Comics released Frank Miller’s Sin City: The Hard Goodbye on an unsuspecting world. It was Miller’s first attempt at creating a comic with absolutely no constraints and went on to be considered a seminal entry in comic book noir.
To celebrate this anniversary, Dark Horse has announced Frank Miller’s Sin City: The Hard Goodbye Curator’s Collection, which will published through its Kitchen Sink Imprint in June, 2016.
The curator’s collection will feature the entire series scanned and reprinted full size and unaltered. It will feature an introduction by Robert Rodriguez, an epilogue by publisher Mike Richardson, and a new interview with Miller about his artistic technique. Miller will also be signing an exclusive print of his original cover artwork for Sin City at New York Comic Con on Saturday, October 10, 2015. for further details, follow the jump.
SundanceTV has joined crime Series The Last Panthers as co-producer along with Sky Atlantic and CANAL+. The six-part series is inspired by the actions of the notorious Balkans jewel thieves, The Pink Panthers.
The series stars Samantha Morton, Tahar Rahim, Goran Bogdan and John Hurt and is planned for a Spring 2016 premiere. Details follow the jump.
Fargo was one of the most unexpected successes of the 2014 season – but once it became apparent that it delivered the kind of Minnesota not-so-nice as the Coen Brothers’ film, the only question that remained was this: could series creator Noah Hawley do it again.
On Tuesday, October 12th (10/9C) we will learn the answer to that question – but the day before, we can experience the unique first season on FXM beginning at 2pm (1C). For details, follow the jump.