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Killing Eve Episode 2.03 Promo: The Hungry Caterpillar

Killing Eve episode 2.03 promo: The Hungry Caterpillar BBC America has released the promo trailer for Killing Eve‘s upcoming episode 2.03 titled “The Hungry Caterpillar,” featuring Villanelle learning about the arrival of a new competition while Eve and her new team try to find out the identity of the new female assassin. The new episode is set to air on April 21. Check out the video below! PB = PB || {}; PB.gptStandAlone = PB.gptStandAlone || {}; PB.gp...
Tags: Europe, TV, Movies, America, Bbc, TV News, Cbs, Bbc America, Caterpillar, Television Critics Association, Sandra, Luke Jennings, Eve, Phoebe Waller Bridge, Lucy Liu, ComingSoon


Killing Eve Season 2 Sneak Peek: Villanelle Meets a New Friend

Killing Eve Season 2 sneak peek: Villanelle meets a new friend Ahead of the series’ return this Sunday, BBC America has released a sneak peek video from the highly-anticipated second season of their hit drama series Killing Eve, featuring Villanelle meeting a new friend at the hospital. Starring Golden Globe winner Sandra Oh and Jodie Comer, you can check out the video in the player below. PB = PB || {}; PB.gptStandAlone = PB.gptStandAlone || {}; PB.gpt...
Tags: Europe, TV, Movies, TV News, Bbc America, Television Critics Association, Sandra, Luke Jennings, Phoebe Waller Bridge, Fennell, Jodie Comer, Villanelle, BBCA, Killing Eve, Lisa Brühlmann, Eve Polastri


Killing Eve Season 2 Featurette Highlights Aftermath of Stabbing Incident

Killing Eve Season 2 featurette highlights aftermath of stabbing incident BBC America has released a brand new featurette for the upcoming and highly-anticipated second season of their hit drama series Killing Eve, highlighting the aftermath of the stabbing incident from the season one finale. The video also features interviews by Golden Globe winner Sandra Oh and Jodie Comer, talking about the emotional struggles and realizations that their characters will go through this season. Check out t...
Tags: Europe, TV, Movies, TV News, Bbc America, Television Critics Association, Golden Globe, Sandra, Luke Jennings, Phoebe Waller Bridge, ComingSoon, Fennell, Sandra Oh, Jodie Comer, Villanelle, BBCA


Killing Eve Season 2 Trailer Reveals Villanelle’s Obsession

Killing Eve season 2 trailer reveals Villanelle’s obsession The second season of Killing Eve is coming April 7, and to help tide you over, BBC America has released one final trailer, chocked full of all the tension and humor that’s become synonymous with the thriller. You can check it out in the post below! PB = PB || {}; PB.gptStandAlone = PB.gptStandAlone || {}; PB.gptAutoRefresh = PB.gptAutoRefresh || {'gptAds':[], 'gptStandAlone':[]}; googleta...
Tags: TV, Movies, TV News, Bbc America, Television Critics Association, Sandra, Luke Jennings, Phoebe Waller Bridge, Fennell, Season 2, Villanelle, BBCA, Killing Eve, Lisa Brühlmann, Eve Polastri, Sid Gentle Films Ltd


‘Critters: A New Binge’ Director on Giving the Crites More Dialogue and Leaning Into Comedy [Interview]

Last year, we interviewed director Jordan Rubin at the winter Television Critics Association press tour when Warner Brothers’ Blue Ribbon Content introduced his new series,  Critters: A New Binge . Today, that series premieres on the Shudder streaming service and we had a chance to catch up with Rubin again. 1986’s Critters was New Line Cinema’s answer to Gremlins . The Crites are evil little furballs who shoot poison quills and are pursued on Earth by bounty hunters with no faces...
Tags: Television, Movies, Interviews, Horror, Syfy, Earth, Features, Chris, Television Critics Association, SFX, Jim Henson, Rubin, Stephen Merchant, Critters, Glenn Williams, Featured Stories Sidebar


Killing Eve Season 2 Teaser: Why Does Carolyn Always Look Good?

Killing Eve season 2 teaser: Why does Carolyn always look good? BBC America has released a brand new teaser clip for the upcoming and highly-anticipated second season of their hit drama series Killing Eve. You can check out the video below and find out why Carolyn Martens always looks so good PB = PB || {}; PB.gptStandAlone = PB.gptStandAlone || {}; PB.gptAutoRefresh = PB.gptAutoRefresh || {'gptAds':[], 'gptStandAlone':[]}; googletag.cmd.push(func...
Tags: Europe, TV, Movies, TV News, Bbc America, Television Critics Association, Sandra, Luke Jennings, Carolyn, Eve, Phoebe Waller Bridge, ComingSoon, Fennell, Comer, Villanelle, BBCA


New Killing Eve Season 2 Trailer: Eve is Losing Her Mind

New Killing Eve season 2 trailer: Eve is losing her mind BBC America has released a new trailer for the upcoming and highly-anticipated second season of their hit drama series Killing Eve. The video features new scenes from the season 2 while highlighting Eve and Villanelle’s deepening obsession with each other. Starring Golden Globe winner Sandra Oh (Grey’s Anatomy) and Jodie Comer, the show is set to return on April 7. Check out the video below! The series has recently earned two Golden Gl...
Tags: Europe, TV, Movies, Bbc, TV News, Bbc America, Television Critics Association, Golden Globe, Sandra, Luke Jennings, Eve, Phoebe Waller Bridge, Fennell, Jodie Comer, Comer, Villanelle


‘Arrow’ Shoots Its Last Supervillain With Final, Abbreviated Season 8

Arrow is shooting its last…well, arrow. The Stephen Amell-led comic book drama from executive producer Greg Berlanti and Warner Bros. TV is ending its run with a final, abbreviated eighth season set to air this fall. Arrow is ending its eight-season run this fall with a shortened 10-episode season that will air during the 2019-2020 broadcast calendar, according to The Hollywood Reporter. Arrow kicked off a golden era of DC Comics TV series on The CW, with The Flash, Supergirl, and Legends of...
Tags: Television, Movies, Abc, Netflix, The Cw, Batman, Cw, Arrow, Mark Pedowitz, Ruby Rose, Television Critics Association, Stephen Amell, Greg-Berlanti, Marc Guggenheim, Warner Bros TV, Berlanti


Kevin Smith Talks ‘Howard the Duck’ Animated Series Influences, Hypes Up ‘MODOK’ and ‘Hit-Monkey’ Footage

Marvel Studios surprised us all during the Television Critics Association panels by revealing an exciting new partnership with Hulu for four new animated series based on comic books. MODOK, Tigra & Dazzler, Hit-Monkey and Howard the Duck are all getting their own animated shows before joining forces with each other for a crossover series called The Offenders. That’s certainly one way for Marvel to kickstart their streaming projects again after Netflix canceled all of the shows that formed The D...
Tags: Movies, Disney, Dave, Netflix, Animation, Smith, Hulu, 20th Century Fox, Jay, Marvel Studios, Aqua Teen Hunger Force, Television Critics Association, Kevin-Smith, Howard, Bong, Gerber


Amazon’s ‘The Boys’ Will Be Shocking, but Won’t Go as Far as the Comics [TCA 2019]

Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg have produced another TV series based on a Garth Ennis comic book.  The Boys is about a world in which superheroes are A-holes and cause lots of collateral damage, including civilian death. The title characters are the group who step up to keep the superheroes in line. Rogen, Goldberg, EP Eric Kripke and cast were on an Amazon panel for the Television Critics Association to discuss the new streaming series coming later this year. Here are five things we learned...
Tags: Amazon, Television, Movies, Jimmy Fallon, Amc, Seth Rogen, Batman, Hitler, Lance Armstrong, Television Critics Association, Rogen, Kripke, Ennis, Evan Goldberg, Comic Book/Superhero, Garth Ennis


Killing Eve Season 2 Trailer: Your Favorite Obsession Returns!

Killing Eve season 2 trailer: Your favorite obsession returns! BBC America has released the first teaser trailer for the upcoming and highly-anticipated second season of their hit drama series Killing Eve. The video gives us a glimpse of what happens to Eve and Villanelle right after the show’s season one finale before offering even more footage from the new episodes. Starring Golden Globe winner Sandra Oh (Grey’s Anatomy) and Jodie Comer, the show is set to return on April 7. Check out the v...
Tags: Europe, TV, Movies, America, Bbc, TV News, Bbc America, Television Critics Association, Sandra, Luke Jennings, Eve, Phoebe Waller Bridge, ComingSoon, Fennell, Jodie Comer, Comer


Amazon Gives ‘Jack Ryan’ a Third Season, Offers Updates on ‘Homecoming,’ ‘A League of Their Own,’ and ‘The Expanse’ [TCA 2019]

Amazon closed the Television Critics Association winter press tour with a bang, making many announcements. Amazon Studios head of originals Jennifer Salke and co-heads Vernon Sanders and Albert Cheng spoke with reporters, revealing news about  Jack Ryan, A League of Their Own, Homecoming , The Expanse and Amazon’s Woody Allen deal. Tom Clancy’s Jack Ryan’s Early Pickup Amazon’s Tom Clancy series has been blessed with early pickups. Season 2 was ordered before season one even premie...
Tags: Amazon, New York, Television, Movies, Julia Roberts, Jessica Lange, Cia, Woody Allen, Sanders, Tom Clancy, Television Critics Association, Allen, Roberts, Julia, Amazon Studios, Kathy Bates


From Streaming to Late-Night, 6 Things We Learned About TV’s Future at TCA Winter Press Tour

After 16 long days and well over 100 panels, the Television Critics Association's winter press tour has finally wrapped. During the past two-and-a-half weeks, more than 50 broadcast, cable and streaming outlets shared their TV plans for midseason and beyond. (You can find Adweek's full TCA coverage here.) In the thick of Peak TV--and with...
Tags: Advertising, Adweek, Television Critics Association, Tca, TCA Press Tour


The Best of TCA’s 2019 Winter Press Tour

The Television Critics Association’s winter press tour wrapped Wednesday in Pasadena, Calif. The 16-day junket featured its usual share of dull panels, bizarre questions, and awkward silences. But there were also moments that stood out for the right reasons. Among the highlights: Hulu The streaming service’s presence at the tour was genuinely impressive, with a […]
Tags: News, Hulu, Television Critics Association, Tca, Pasadena Calif


The Russo Brothers’ Mysterious Amazon Show is a “Global Spy Series” With International Spin-Offs Coming [TCA 2019]

During their summer Television Critics Association last year, Amazon announced a new series from Avengers: Infinity War directors Anthony and Joe Russo…and didn’t offer any information about it. Just having the Russo Brothers create a show was enough, and there were some hints that it would be international in multiple languages. Today, Amazon revealed more details about the Russo Brothers show – though still not a title. Here are three things we now know about the Russo Brothers’ new Amazon s...
Tags: Amazon, Television, Movies, Drama, India, Amazon Prime, Italy, Russo brothers, Anthony, Captain America, Joe, Television Critics Association, Rosenberg, Joe Russo, Russos, Appelbaum


Amazon Prime Video Sees Itself as a ‘Global Network,’ and Says It’s Not Focused on Netflix

It's been exactly one year since Jennifer Salke accepted the job as head of Amazon Studios, and she gave reporters a state of the union at the Television Critics Association's winter press tour in Pasadena, Calif. One of her big initiatives when she arrived at Amazon from NBC, Salke said, was getting her hands around...
Tags: Amazon, Advertising, Netflix, Television Critics Association, Pasadena Calif, Amazon Studios, Jennifer Salke, Salke, TCA Press Tour


Benedict Cumberbatch Cast as Satan in Amazon’s ‘Good Omens’, Premiere Date Revealed [TCA 2019]

Amazon presented a panel on their upcoming series Good Omens on the last day of the Television Critics Association winter press tour, where they announced the show’s official premiere date. Author and showrunner Neil Gaiman was on the panel with stars Michael Sheen and David Tennant and executive producer and director Douglas Mackinnon, where they revealed that Doctor Strange star Benedict Cumberbatch will play Satan in the series opposite Frances McDormand as God. Here are four things we le...
Tags: Amazon, Comedy, Television, Movies, Benedict Cumberbatch, Drama, Casting, Neil-Gaiman, Frances Mcdormand, Adaptation, David Tennant, Terry Gilliam, Cumberbatch, Michael Sheen, Television Critics Association, Sheen


Winter Is Coming — So Are These Shows And TV Subscription Services

As the Television Critics Association winter press tour wrapped up Wednesday, it became clear that viewers will have more shows and more platforms to choose from in the coming year.
Tags: News, Television Critics Association


‘Goldbergs’ Spin-off ‘Schooled’ Wants to Do ‘Titanic’ and ‘Clueless’ Episodes, Does ‘Rent’ This Week [Interview]

Class is in session for The Goldbergs‘ new spin-off this year.  Schooled follows Lainey Lewis (AJ Michalka) as she becomes a teacher at William Penn Academy. Mr. Glascott (Tim Meadows) is now the principal and Mr. Mellor (Bryan Callen) and Mr. Ball (Stephen Tobolowsky) are still around too. What The Goldbergs is to the ’80s, Schooled is to the ’90s. Mark Firek, who co-created Schooled with Adam F. Goldberg, was at ABC’s party for the Television Critics Association and spoke with /Film abo...
Tags: Comedy, Television, Movies, Abc, Interviews, America, Features, Ferris Bueller, Ball, Television Critics Association, Tim, Breakfast Club, Adam, Goldberg, Reebok, Lainey


Amazon is Open to Peter Jackson Being Involved in Their ‘Lord of the Rings’ Series [TCA 2019]

During their summer Television Critics Association panel last year, Amazon announced JD Payne and Patrick McKay would write and run their Lord of the Rings series. Announcements from this winter’s Amazon TCA session weren’t quite as major, but we still got some updates on the streaming series. /Film asked Jennifer Salke, Head of Amazon Studios Television, what exactly Peter Jackson’s involvement in the series may be. There have certainly been rumors that he would be involved, having br...
Tags: Amazon, New York, Television, Movies, Fantasy, Adaptation, Jackson, Peter Jackson, Tolkien, Television Critics Association, McKay, Payne, Aragorn, Morgan Library, Patrick McKay, Tolkein


Samantha Markle Slams Looney George Clooney for Defending Duchess Meghan

A royal rift. Duchess Meghan’s estranged half-sister, Samantha Markle, fired shots at George Clooney after he defended the Suits alum against social media trolls. “Hey Looney Clooney! Your lawyer wife should have taught you not to make statements without full facts,” Markle, 54, tweeted on Wednesday, February 13, of the Oscar winner, 57, and his wife, Amal Clooney. “I doubt #GeorgeClooney would ghost his mother for no legitimate reason. Be quiet Georgie.” Most Shocking Royal Family Feuds in...
Tags: Religion, Cnn, Diana, Prince Harry, Harry, Associated Press, George Clooney, Hulu, Samantha, Amal Clooney, US Weekly, Television Critics Association, Clooney, Meghan, Pasadena California, Markle


‘Crank Yankers’ is Returning to Comedy Central With More Than Prank Calls

Ever since caller ID came along and people started blocking unfamiliar phone numbers on their cell phones, prank calling became a relic of the past. But Comedy Central doesn’t think so, because they’re bringing their prank call series Crank Yankers back to cable with an order for a 20-episode revival. For those who may not be familiar, Crank Yankers was a comedy series that featured comedians making prank calls to unsuspecting businesses and people. But the prank calls themselves were recreated...
Tags: Comedy, Television, Movies, Jimmy-Kimmel, Comedy Central, Mtv, Eminem, Ed, Tracy Morgan, Sarah Silverman, Bush, Television Critics Association, Kimmel, Jeff Goldblum, Adam Carolla, Fred Topel


Neil Gaiman Says ‘American Gods’ Hasn’t Changed Since Showrunners Left, Ian McShane Says It’s Closer to the Book [TCA 2019]

It’s been two years since Starz had a Television Critics Association panel for American Gods . That’s because it took two years to make the second season. In that time, original showrunners Bryan Fuller and Michael Green left. The new showrunner Jesse Alexander left as well  and the only producer on the season 2  panel was original author Neil Gaiman. Despite the problems behind-the-scenes, the TCA panel assured fans that everything was all good for the new season. Nothing’s Changed in...
Tags: Television, Movies, Media, Fantasy, Neil Gaiman, Green, Ireland, Adaptation, Starz, Gillian Anderson, Anderson, New Media, Michael, Television Critics Association, Tca, Ian Mcshane


George Clooney Defends ‘Vilified’ Duchess Meghan Amid Negative Press

George Clooney is speaking out in defense of pregnant Duchess Meghan, who’s facing a media firestorm regarding her estrangement from her father and her reported feud with sister-in-law Duchess Kate. In fact, the 57-year-old actor even compared the scrutiny surrounding Meghan, 37, to that of Princess Diana, Prince Harry’s late mother. Most Shocking Royal Family Feuds in History “They’re just chasing Meghan Markle everywhere,” Clooney said at a Television Critics Association panel in P...
Tags: Religion, Cnn, Diana, Harry, George Clooney, Amal Clooney, Celeb Gossip, US Weekly, Television Critics Association, George, Clooney, Meghan, Pasadena California, MEGHAN MARKLE, Ben Birchall, Diana Prince Harry


Elizabeth Banks Praises Her Husband Max: ‘We Work Very Well Together’

Elizabeth Banks of ‘Shrill’ speaks onstage during the Hulu Panel during the Winter TCA 2019 on February 11, 2019 in Pasadena, California. Rachel Murray/Getty Images for Hulu Max Handelman isn’t just Elizabeth Banks’ business partner at production company Brownstone Productions: He’s also her husband of 15 years. And at the Television Critics Association’s winter press tour, the 45-year-old actress reflected on how they complement each other’s strengths. Celebrity Couples Who Prove Th...
Tags: Banks, Religion, Los Angeles, Elizabeth Banks, University of Pennsylvania, Aidy Bryant, Hulu, US Weekly, Max, Penn, Television Critics Association, Tca, FELIX, Pasadena California, Handelman, Max Handelman


Acorn TV Acquires ‘Miss Fisher’ Feature, Spinoff Series for North America  

Acorn TV has acquired exclusive North American rights to two new spinoff titles of hit Australian period series “Miss Fisher’s Murder Mysteries.” Feature film “Miss Fisher and the Crypt of Tears” and spinoff series “Ms. Fisher’s Modern Murder Mysteries” will debut in North America on the AMC-owned streaming service later this year, with the feature […]
Tags: News, Amc, Global, North America, Television Critics Association, Fisher, ACORN, Acorn TV, Miss Fisher and the Crypt of Tears


Comedy Central Lands David Spade for New Late-Night Show

Comedy Central lands David Spade for new late-night show David Spade will be hosting a new late-night show for Comedy Central. No, this news didn’t come from 1998, it was announced yesterday at the Television Critics Association’s winter tour. PB = PB || {}; PB.gptStandAlone = PB.gptStandAlone || {}; PB.gptAutoRefresh = PB.gptAutoRefresh || {'gptAds':[], 'gptStandAlone':[]}; googletag.cmd.push(function() { var standAloneSizeMapping = googlet...
Tags: TV, Movies, Stephen Colbert, Comedy Central, TV News, Cbs, Larry Wilmore, David Spade, Television Critics Association, Jordan Klepper, Spade, Kent Altman


An AT&T exec explained why 'Friends' will likely be pulled from Netflix after this year

Kevin Reilly, the head of content for AT&T's upcoming streaming service, signaled on Monday that "Friends" may not be on Netflix much longer. "Sharing destination assets like that, it's not a good model to share," Reilly said during a Television Critics Association press tour. AT&T and Netflix struck a deal last year to keep "Friends" on Netflix through 2019, while allowing AT&T to also include the show on its own platform. After AT&T bought Time Warner last year, forming the new WarnerMe...
Tags: Hbo, Time Warner, Trends, Netflix, The New York Times, Warner Bros, Television Critics Association, Reilly, AT amp, Kevin Reilly, Randall Stephenson, WarnerMedia, Cartoon Network the CW


There are major signs that 'Friends' will leave Netflix after this year

Kevin Reilly, the head of content for AT&T's upcoming streaming service, signaled on Monday that "Friends" may not be on Netflix much longer. "Sharing destination assets like that, it's not a good model to share," Reilly said during a Television Critics Association press tour. AT&T and Netflix struck a deal last year to keep "Friends" on Netflix through 2019, while allowing AT&T to also include the show on its own platform. After AT&T bought Time Warner last year, forming the new WarnerMe...
Tags: Hbo, Time Warner, Trends, Netflix, The New York Times, Warner Bros, Television Critics Association, Reilly, Kevin Reilly, Randall Stephenson, WarnerMedia, Cartoon Network the CW


‘The Other Two’ Renewed for Season 2 at Comedy Central

Comedy Central has renewed “The Other Two” for a second season. The announcement was made at the Television Critics Association winter press tour on Monday. The series stars Drew Tarver as a 28-year-old struggling actor and Heléne Yorke as his 30-year-old sister, who is struggling in general. As the two work toward finding themselves, their […]
Tags: News, Comedy Central, Television Critics Association, Helene Yorke, Drew Tarver, The Other Two