House of Cards – Netflix’s big gamble on original programming – premieres on February 1st. If it’s half as good as this trailer, it should be amazing!
Syfy’s web series, Battlestar Galactica: Blood & Chrome,is set to have its world network premiere on Friday, February 10 (9/8C).
The BSG prequel will be presented with additional never before seen footage. Follow the jump for the official press release and more details.
Soap fans will rejoice at the news that The Online Network has just announced a host of cast and crew signings for its productions of All My Children and One Life to Live.
Follow the jump to see which of your favorites are set to return.
A young girl is killed and the prime suspects are a gypsy kid (Landon Liboiron, Terra Nova) and a rich kid (Bill Skarsgard, Anna Karenina). That’s the basic premise behind Netfilx’s new horror series from Eli Roth. The impressive also includes: Famke Janssen (X-Men Trilogy), Lili Taylor (Six Feet Under), Dougray Scott (Desperate Housewives), Aaron Douglas (Battlestar Galactica) Freya Tingley, Penelope Mitchell and Kandyse McClure (Battlestar Galactica).
Hemlock Grove’s first season – 13 episodes – will premiere in its entirety on April 19, 2013.
Anthony E. Zuiker’s Cybergeddon premieres on Yahoo! – in over twenty-five countries and in ten languages – on Tuesday, September 25th. The ambitious web series is a taut thriller about a team of two agents, Chloe Jocelyn and Frank Parker, and a master hacker named Chase ‘Rabbit’ Rosen and their efforts to break a worldwide cybercrime ring led by a Ukraine national, Gustav Dobreff before it’s too Late. The series’ tagline is ‘In a world where everyone is connected, everyone’s at risk.’
See the trailer now at http://screen.yahoo.com/cybergeddon/ – and follow the jump for more details (including core cast) from the official press release.
While we’re waiting with bated breath for October’s new episodes of Pretty Little Liars, ABC Family is premiering a web series to tide us all over. Pretty Dirty Secrets will debut on Tuesday, August 28 and will serve to introduce Shana (Aerial Miranda), a clerk in Rosewood’s Halloween store. Eight episodes will be uploaded between the 28th and the show’s October Halloween episode.
The official press release follows the jump.
Bryan Singer’s ambitious new webseries, H+ – in which humanity is hardwired into the Internet – will premiere on YouTube on August 8th. Singer will the preview the series at Comic-Con 2012, next week.
For further details on H+, the details of the Comic-Con preview, and a list of the complete cast follow the jump.