Emeraude Toubia – Isabelle Lightwood on ABC Family’s upcoming Shadowhunters series – will participate in a live, one-hour Twitter chat with fans on Tuesday, July 28th beginning at noon (ET). Follow the jump for details.
Shadowhunters is based on the Cassandra Clare series The Mortal Instruments.
With the reboot/sequel/re-imagining of National Lampoon’s Vacation arriving next week, perhaps it’s time to revisit the originals.
AMC has a summer vacation marathon of National Lampoon’s Vacation, Vegas Vacation, and National Lampoon’s European Vacation set for Friday, July 31st. The network will screen the trio twice, beginning at 2pm/1C and 8/7C.
Not one to wait, We tv is beginning its celebration of Law & Order’s 25the anniversary a wee bit early – beginning with ten of L&O’s best episodes over two nights: Tuesday, July 28th and Wednesday, July 29th (8/7C) – and including never-before-see bonus footage, behind the scenes extras and more. Then, in August, the network will run Law & Order blocks three nights a week – Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Saturdays (5-11/4-10C).
Fans can further explore WETV.com for Law & Order-themed quizzes and articles like Which Law & Order Cast Member Are You?
NBC’s six-episode Heroes Reborn prequel, Heroes Unborn: Dark Matters, has been released exclusively on the Heroes Reborn App – which is now available on Google Play. Additional content will be released throughout the summer.
Heroes Reborn: Dark Matter fills in the gap between the conclusion of the original series and the beginning of Heroes Reborn. For further details, follow the jump.
It seems like ABC’s morning gabfest The View has featured four woman talking the news and culture events of the day since forever. In all that time, the show has never had a female director!
That changed today with the announcement that 7-time Emmy® winning director Sarah de la O will be The View’s first female director and will be working when the show returns for its 19th season in September. Follow the jump for further details.
Sean Teale (above), Georgina Haig and Eddie Ramos will star in Syfy’s futuristic pilot, Incorporated – set in a world where corporations are pretty openly in charge.
Teale stars as Ben, a young executive who risks everything to save the woman he loves. Haig play Laura, Ben’s plastic surgeon wife and aughter of Ben’s boss. Ramos plays Theo, dweller in the poverty stricken Red Zone – and may have, or lead to, a connection with Ben’s past.
Incorporated comes from Matt Damon and Ben Affleck’s Pearl Street Productions, CBS Television Studios and Universal Cable Productions. For more, follow the jump.
The creators of The Good Wife, Robert and Michelle King, have sold a comedy-thriller call BrainDead to CBS. The network has ordered BrainDead stright-to-series with a 13-episode order.
“BrainDead” follows a young, fresh-faced Hill staffer getting her first job in Washington, D.C. and discovering two things: 1. The government has stopped working, and 2. alien spawn have come to earth and eaten the brains of a growing number of Congressmen and Hill staffers. Think The Strain meets The West Wing.
BrainDead is slated to premiere in 2016. The Kings will continue to oversee The Good Wife in the meantime. For further details, follow the jump.