One of USA Network’s big gets for the 2016-17 season was Shooter – an excellent thriller of a novel by Stephen Hunter – the story of a top-flight sniper who went off the grid when he returned home from the war and is sought for a dangerous mission that turns out far differently than he could ever have imagined.
Falling Water (pictured above), on the other hand, is a series that is built on the premise that our dreams are not unique to us but, rather, a kind of open world in which we can move from our dreams into someone else’s – kind of Inception cubed.
Check out the first teasers for both shows following the jump.
USA Network’s surprise hit and critical darling – Mr. Robot won the George Foster Peabody Award in the 75thAnnual Peabody Awards competition. Praised for its culturally resonant storylines, Mr. Robot was recognized as part of the entertainment group for its outstanding achievement in television.
When last we saw Elliot, he had just precipitated a global financial attack – or had he? Given his precarious mental state, can we say anything definitive about anything that happened in season one of Mr. Robot?
A new trailer for season two of USA Network’s most unexpected hit series suggests that no matter what we think happened last season, we might be wrong – or, things could be even worse. Check it out after the break.
In the season finale of COLONY, after the Resistance kidnaps a high-value hostage, the Los Angeles bloc is placed on lockdown.
Series star Sarah Wayne Callies sits down to discuss the challenges her character faced this season as well as the complicated relationships within her family and the Resistance. Also, don’t miss a quick mention of Prison Break where she is due to return.
“Gateway” airs Thursday, March 17 at 10pm/9c on USA Network.
Colony’s very own Tory Kittles (Broussard) sits down to discuss his experience on the show this season and maybe a tease or two of what’s to come for his character and the resistance.
Broussard (Tory Kittles) questions his mentor, while separately Katie (Sarah Wayne Callies) feels cut off from her family and her cell. During his hunt for the Resistance, Will (Josh Holloway) comes even closer to discovering the truth. Up in the Green Zone, Maddie (Amanda Righetti) finds herself entangled in a seductive relationship. Finally, Snyder (Peter Jacobson) keeps his word, giving Will and Katie a glimmer of hope. “Broussard” airs Thursday, February 25 at 10pm/9c on USA Network).
It’s not every day that one of the most powerful women in television gives a show and its creators a glowing review and must-see status, that is unless you’re Lennon Parham and Jessica St. Clair from Playing House and that TV powerhouse is none other than Shonda Rhimes.
These two incredibly funny and talented women deserve the praise given by Rhimes and countless loyal fans of their hit series Playing House on USA Network. Each week Lennon and Jessica bring us to our knees doubled over laughing with their witty and infectious brand of comedy. If you haven’t caught an episode yet you should treat yo self and binge watch both seasons. Trust me, you’ll thank me when you do!
With their series finishing up it’s second season I had the please to catch up with these funny ladies to chat about Season 2, where Maggie and Emma might go in Season 3 and if there’s any possibility of a Bosephus and Jandana spin-off.
Playing House airs Tuesday, 10pm/9c on USA Network and is also available online and On-Demand!
Can’t get enough of USA Networks hit comedy “Playing House”? Jonesing for more Lennon and Jessica witty repartee? Here’s a little somethin somethin to hold you over until tonight’s new episode “Kimmewah Kup” co-starring the Sklar brothers.
Sit back and enjoy these words of wisdom from everybody’s favorite funny ladies Lennon Parham and Jessica St. Clair and be sure to tune in tonight at 10pm on USA Network for an all new Playing House!
Josh Holloway returns to series television this fall in what might just be an alien invasion series for USA Network, Colony. I say ‘might be’ because it’s never explicitly stated that the occupiers of Los Angeles are aliens.
In an occupied Los Angeles, Holloway plays a husband and father who must collaborate with the occupiers to keep his family safe – despite wanting to resist them.
Colony’s first trailer is now available and it looks like a tense ride. Check it out after the jump.