As we head into the Season Two finale of Grimm, follow the jump to take a quick look at some of the many Wesen we’ve encountered since the show premiered.
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Dexter Morgan is about to leave us. When Dexter (Showtime, Sundays, 9/8C) returns on June 30th, it is the beginning of the end –but for whom will it be worse – Dexter or Deb? Follow the jump to watch the official Season 8 trailer and decide for yourself.
Personally, I think revealing the name of the Doctor would be a big mistake, being kinda counterintuitive to name of the series. On the other hand, if Clara was to learn the name and never actually say it out loud on the show – not unlike River Song (who appears in this episode) – that could work. too.
Doctor Who’s Seventh Season finale runs Saturday at 8/7C on BBC America. For two very different but equally delicious teasers – one from BBCA and one from the mothership, the BBC, follow the jump.
Warehouse 13 is snagged, bagged and about to be tagged. One of Syfy’s most popular shows ever, the thrilleromedy (as its perpetrators fondly refer to it) will return for a shortened six-episode fifth and final season in 2014.
Follow the jump for the official press release.
USA Network has announced a drama development slate of nine titles, powered by some seriously talented creators. From Horizon – a period genre piece from Executive Producer Gale Anne Hurd, to The Arrangement – an expansion of an Elmore Leonard story from Numb3rs creators Cheryl Heuton, and one of two titles – the other being Bank – executive produced by Doug Limon and David Bartis (Covert Affairs), to Complications – a quasi medical drama from Burn Notice’s Matt Nix – the network is investing in proven creators with interesting ideas.
Check out the complete list of nine shows in development by following the jump.
The CW’s fall sizzle reel (above) is just a taste of its fall programming. For longer clips from the network’s new shows, follow the jump.
It’s interesting that three of the four shows are genre entries, further solidifying The CW as a network that is will to take chances. As a fan of the original British The Tomorrow People, I have to say that it looks they’ve done a nice job adapting and updating it.