TNT & TBS are bringing stars from five of their most anticipated upcoming shows to New York Comic Con 2015 in October.
Sean Bean (Legends); Rashida Jones, Jere Burns and Andree Vermeulen (Angie Tribeca); Rebecca Romijn, Christian Kane, John Kim, Lindy Booth, John Larroquette (The Librarians), Jason Jones, also executive producer (The Detour) and Jeff Hephner (Agent X) will all be attending to take part in panels and sneak peeks.
Also in attendance for the panel discussions will be a number of executive producers: Ken Biller (Legends), John Rogers (The Librarians), Samantha Bee (The Detour) and Ira Ungerlieder (Angie Tribeca). Follow the jump for details.
New York Comic Con 2015 runs from October 8th-11th.
TNT has four hot shows aimed at the 2015 Fall Schedule: The Librarians: Season Two, Major Crimes: Season Four Part 2, Legends Season Two and Agent X, making its series premiere.
The Librarians broke out last winter with an adventurous/magical dramedy that felt reminiscent of Warehouse 13, and Agent X takes shadowy government agencies to a new and narrower level: John Case aka Agent X is the ultimate clandestine agent, operated at the direction of the Vice-President of the United States only when all else fails and ultimate discretion (even from the President) is required.
Legend continues the story of the FBI agent whose entire life seems to be a lie – and who is wanted for a murder he didn’t commit. Season Two features a new supporting cast, with Sean Bean (still not dead!) returning as the apparently nameless agent.
Major Crimes is second only to Rizzoli & Isles as the summer’s most watched basic cable dramas. For fall premiere times, the season two Librarians trailer and more, follow the jump.
Premiere Props is auctioning off over 1500 props from all five seasons of TNT’s Falling Skies on Saturday, August 29th and Sunday, August 30th. There will be previews each day from 9-11am (PT), with the auction beginningat 11am (PT).
Some of the bigger items available include: Tom Mason’s Season 5 Hero Costume, John Pope’s Season Four Faraday Helmet, Espheni Overlord’s Glowing Lava Stone, Lexi’s “Triskelion” Necklace with Pendant (Season 4), Cochise’s Volm Field Laser de-Harnessing Machine (Season 4) and a Life-Size Skitter Creature – to name but a paltry few.
Bids can be placed online beginning immediately. Falling Skies’ series finale airs on Sunday, August 30th. For further details, follow the jump.
‘There are the laws and there are the rules. And over time, you’ll learn to identify the difference.’ That’s officer Terry Muldon of New York City’s Public Morals Division, explaining life to his new partner.
TNT’s new crime series, Public Morals, from writer-director-executive producer Ed Burns, is Muldoon’s story – and the story of the Public Morals Division. The series premieres on Tuesday, August 25th (10/9C). Check out the morally questionable trailer after the jump.
TNT is taking The Last Ship and Falling Skies to Comic-Con 2015 for two different reasons.
While this year’s Falling Skies Panel will be part the process of bidding farewell to a long-running sci-fi favorite, the network will be giving fans of The Last Ship an opportunity to experience the show in the Oculus Rift – being transported directly in the show’s world, as well as being able to attend a panel dealing with the show’s second season season.
Cast members will take part in both panels. For further details, follow the jump.
TNT’s new series, Proof (Tuesdays, 10/9C) is a kind of supernatural medical mystery tour. It follows Dr. Carolyn Tyler (Jennifer Beals) – a topflight surgeon who, at a pivotal point in her life, is asked by a dying billionaire named Ian Turing (Matthew Modine) to give him proof that there is/isn’t something after death.
TNT is teaming up with Madefire to produce The Last Ship Motion Book – a free digital comic book to lead into the second season of basic cable’s #1 new drama series which returns on Sunday, June 21st.
The Last Ship Motion Book is written by Chuck Dixon (Batman, The Punisher) in close association with TLS executive producers Hank Steinberg and Steven Kane, with art by Renato Arlem (Supergirl, X-Men) and Omar Francia (Batan, Star Wars).
The five-issue digital comic will be offered for free through the Madefire App. The first six pages of The Last Ship Motion Book will also be made available as a print one-off for Free Comic book Day on Saturday, May 2nd. Follow the jump for details.
Hulu is set to become the exclusive VOD home to popular programming from Adult Swim and Cartoon Network – as well as select shows from TNT and TBS.
The deal was announced today and includes past seasons of TNT’s The Last Ship and Murder in the First; Adult Swim’s Ric & Morty and Black Jesus and Cartoon Network’s Steven Universe and Clarence (available on Hulu Kids) . Prior seasons of Adult Swim and Cartoon Network favorites like Aqua Teen Hunger Force and Ben 10 will also be included.