When Grimm returns tomorrow (NBC, Fridays, 9/8C), the long-simmering situation between Captain Renard, Juliette and Nick comes to a head – and a surprising conclusion!
ABC is hoping fans of its Sunday night line-up – Once Upon a Time, Revenge and Red Widow – are a talking, or at least tweeting, mood. During the March 10th broadcast of those shows, fans will be to join in on conversations with fellow fans and talent from the shows on Twitter.
Sounds like fun, doesn’t it? For details, follow the jump to the official press release for details.
Celebrating in style – that’s The Doctor! The BBC America series returns on March 30th (8/7C) with its re-re-introduction of the Doctor’s new companion, The Woman Twice Dead Clara Oswin in The Bells of St. John (written by showrunner Steven Moffat). The North American version of Auntie Beeb has released four new photos from series (three follow the jump, along with the accompnying press release)… and enjoy!
As noted previously, Fox’s The Following (Mondays, 9/8C) has been given a early renewal – possibly because each new episode is more WTF than the last. This sneak peak at next week’s ep, Welcome Home, suggests that the show hasn’t even begun to go there.
Eek! It’s The Bachelor times three! The Dating Game with a dozen women competing to date each guy! Only with kibbutzing from the sidelines by three veteran matchmakers! At least they’re calling the 36 women who are split between the three guys on their BS… Could be snarky, savage fun…
If the reality show falters, it could still make a great premise for a satirical sitcom (12 Women for Ernesto) – or a deadly serious game show (The Desperate Dating Game?)!
This week on Justified (FX, 10/9C) (and why aren’t you watching? Hmmmmm?)
Go Undercover with The Americans and explore the unexpected physical and emotional risks that both Elizabeth and Stan experience on the job. Pledge your allegiance to The Americans (FX, Wednesdays, 10/9C)
The dark, complicated Fox drama The Following (Mondays, 9/8C) has been renewed! It would seem to have developing (ahem!) a following. For the official tag for tonight’s episode, follow the jump.
Also renewed are fledging comedy The Mindy Project, New Girl and Raising Hope.
For the first time, Canada’s film and television awards have come together under a single umbrella in the form of the Canadian Screen Awards. The show was hosted by Martin Short, whose Jimmy Glick and Ed Grimley characters took part in the awards presentation.
On the film side of the Screenies, War Witch – an 2013 Oscar® nominee for Best Foreign Language Film – dominated with ten wins including Best Film, Best Director, Best Actress in a Leading Role, and Best Supporting Actor. James Cromwell was named Best Actor in a Leading Role for his role in Still Mine and Seema Biswas got the Best supporting Actress award for her role in Midnight’s Children.
For television, Best Comedy Series went to Less Than Kind, which soldiered on despite the loss of its lead actor, Maury Chaykin. Flashpoint, which has just completed its fifth and final season, took Best Dramatic Series and The Borgias nabbed Best International Drama.
A complete list of the winners follows the jump.
Now, I’m genuinely excited about something. Several months ago the folks at IDW announced The X-Files was returning to comics. That announcement seemed like this would be confused as all they said was that they were essentially reprinting old X-Files comics. Today they made it official, Chris Carter is overseeing an official Season 10 series.
Similar to how Joss Whedon handled Buffy and Angel. I hope this each “season” doesn’t go as long as Buffy and Angel did. First 15 issues of Buffy Season 8 was just as good as the TV show but then it seemed like the Twilight Arc would never end – same with Angel: After The Fall. Maybe Carter has his mojo back and fixes the mess he created in the later seasons.
In the opening story arc, “Believers,” readers will catch up with Dana Scully and Fox Mulder, living normal lives together under secret identities. However, a visit from an old friend threatens to rip them from suburban anonymity, as they learn that someone is preying upon everyone involved in THE X-FILES. I want Charlie darn it! Official press release is after the break.
HBO has released an extended version of the season three Game of Thrones trailer with an extra twenty seconds of footage. The dragon still looks awesome!
Game of Thrones returns on March 31st.