FX’s The Strain will return for a fourth and final season in the Summer of 2017 – as Guillermo del Tor, Chuck Hogan and Carlton Cuse follow the story of New York city versus the strigoi to its no doubt bloodcurdling end.
Read on for details – and a tagline for this week’s new episode.
FX’s supernatural thrill The Strain returns for its third season with New York City having been abandoned by the rest of the country (giving the old ‘You’re on your own, goodnight’ joke a chilling new level of meaning).
Still, the city has Dr. Ephraim Goodweather (Corey Stoll), Abraham Setrakian (David Bradley), Vasiliy Fet (Kevin Durand) and others working to find a way to destroy the strigoi. So there’s that.
The Strain returns to FX on Sunday, August 28th (10/9C). For a few haunting hints about lies ahead for our fearless vampire hunters, follow the jump.
As the FX’s horror series The Strain progresses and we learn more about the human characters, we also learn more about the new levels of the Strigoi – The Master’s vampiric children.
In particular, we’re beginning to learn more about Bolivar and Kelly Goodweather – and it’s creepily fascinating stuff. Go behind the scenes of The Strain: Season Two for a look at the sentient Strigoi by following the jump.
Shortly after last week’s episode of The Strain (Sundays, 10/9C), Miguel Gomez – who plays Gus Elizalde, who inadvertently allowed the vampire apocalypse to begin – spoke with a group of journalists/bloggers about redemption; how Gus saw Vaun, and a lot more.
Samantha Mathis’ Staten Island Councilwoman Justine Faraldo made a very impressive debut on FX’s hit series The Strain (Sundays, 10/9C) in the second season’s second episode – calling out the mayor of New York City; declaring Staten Island a infection-free zone and putting dead vampires on horrific display. This is a woman who is not to be trifled with!
Earlier this week, Mathis took some time from her shooting schedule to speak with a group of bloggers/journalist about Faraldo and the possibilities that lie ahead for her.
One of the creepiest shows on Television returned yesterday. FX’s The Strain (Sundays, 10/9C) kicked off the new season with a new HQ for the team – Fet’s loft – and the glimmerings of a plan to defeat/cure the vampires.
Follow the jump for a look at what’s next on The Strain – and a tour of Fet’s loft.
Season Two of FX’s unique vampire saga The Strain is set for Sunday, July 12th (10/9C).
New York City is being transformed and no one is coming to its rescue. So it falls to the CDC’s Dr. Ephraim Goodweather and Dr. Nora Martinez to find a bioweapon to kill the infestation, while holocaust survivor Abraham Setrakian searches for an ancient book that just might contain a way to destroy it.
Hulu has reached an agreement with 20th Century Fox Television Distribution for exclusive streaming rights to original series produced by FX Networks.
The agreement includes Tyrant, The Strain, Married You’re the Worst andUpcoming Series Man Seeking Woman, The Comedians, Sex&Drugs&Rock&Roll, Taboo, as well as the Upcoming FOX Event Series Wayward Pines. For further details, follow the jump.
Season 1 of “The Strain” came to a close yesterday. For those who eagerly wait for next year’s season 2, let’s take a walk down memory lane with a collection of interviews from several of the cast members. During a roundtable discussion with several reporters/bloggers including myself, I had the opportunity to chat with Corey Stoll, Mia Maestro, David Bradley, Richard Sammel, Natalie Brown, and Ben Hyland. Check out the interviews of this talented group of actors as we recall this summer hit.