[Warning: this post contains spoilers from the “Tricksters” episode of THE FLASH. Please do not read it until you’ve seen the hour.]
HOUSE OF LIES will return for a fifth season, Showtime announced.
“When you have a gifted acting ensemble led by Don Cheadle and smart, acerbic writing led by showrunner Matthew Carnahan you expect something special, and HOUSE OF LIES delivers for us each season,” said Gary Levine, Executive Vice President of Original Programming, Showtime Networks Inc., in a statement.
The 10-episode fifth season will air in 2016.
Are you excited to have more HOUSE OF LIES?
THE AMERICANS has been renewed for a fourth season, Nick Grad and Eric Schrier, Presidents of Original Programming for FX Networks and FX Productions announced.
“Remarkably, this season of The Americans has achieved even greater acclaim than that of its first two seasons,” Grad said. “The series has cemented it status with critics as television’s best current drama and arguably the best show on TV, and we couldn’t agree more. That universal critical praise is a tribute to the talents of Joe, Joel, Keri, Matthew, Noah and the entire cast and crew. We look forward to the final four episodes of season three, and beyond, in Philip and Elizabeth Jennings’ riveting journey.”
“It’s been a once in a lifetime opportunity to make a show like this with the immensely talented and immeasurably supportive team at FX and Fox 21 Television Studios,” said Joe Weisberg and Joel Fields. “We are blessed with an extraordinary cast and crew and grateful that we’ll all be able to continue telling this story that we love so much.”
The 13-episode fourth season will launch in 2016.
Are you happy for more THE AMERICANS?
The BONES team has to investigate the death of an ex-con in “The Baker In The Bits,” and Arastoo has to make a tough decision when he finds out his brother is dying.
Check out some photos from “The Baker In The Bits”…
BONES: Booth (David Boreanaz, L) and Aubrey (John Boyd, R) question the owner of a bakery (guest star Jason Gray-Stanford, C) in the "The Baker In The Bits" episode of BONES airing Thursday, April 9 (8:00-9:00 PM ET/PT) on FOX. ©2015 Fox Broadcasting Co. Cr: Jordin Althaus/FOX
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NEW GIRL will return for a fifth season, Fox announced.
“Four seasons in, NEW GIRL continues to be one of the smartest and most relatable comedies on television,” said David Madden, President, Entertainment, Fox Broadcasting Company, in a statement. “The writing is razor-sharp, the ensemble is consistently hilarious, and we couldn’t be more proud of Liz, Brett, Dave and the entire NEW GIRL team. We absolutely love this show and we’re so excited to bring it back for Season Five.”
In addition the the renewal, the show will celebrate its 100th episode during the 2015-2016 season.
Are you excited for more NEW GIRL?
THE FLASH is no stranger to paying homage to the CBS 1990 series — after all the Barry Allen of that show was played John Wesley Shipp, who plays Barry’s father in The CW freshman hit — and in tonight’s episode, “Tricksters,” the series is bringing on Mark Hamill to reprise his role as The Trickster/James Jesse, when a new Trickster pops up and starts creating trouble.
“Just the idea of being asked to play a part decades later,” Hamill joked to reporters after a screening of the hour. “That never happens.”
For Hamill, the decision to appear on The CW’s take was an easy one.
Though the rebooted timeline made it so Wells didn’t have to kill Cisco (in the episode 15 timeline, Cisco discovered that Wells was Reverse Flash), he has someone even more risky on his trail: Barry.
Before the recent PaleyFest panel, I spoke with THE FLASH star Tom Cavanagh (Wells) about the tension within the team, and learning more about Wells…
March 30, 2015
THE FLASH is bringing on Mark Hamill to reprise his role as James Jesse/The Trickster in Tuesday’s episode of The CW freshman drama. And while fans of the original series may be — rightfully — stoked about the delicious guest spot, THE FLASH star Jesse L. Martin (Joe) may have their excitement beat.
In fact, when I spoke to Martin before the recent PaleyFest panel honoring THE FLASH, not only did he gush about Hamill’s appearance on the series, but he also copped to asking for an autograph…on a fabulous piece of memorabilia.
Check out Martin’s story!
March 30, 2015
The last episode of THE FOLLOWING ended with the long-awaited reunion between Ryan Hardy and Joe Carroll, but the photos from “Reunion” don’t give a glimpse about what happens next. (Nor do they give a hint of what Michael Ealy’s Theo will be up to.)
Check out what the photos do tease…
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March 29, 2015
AMC picked an ideal time to release the first teaser for the new THE WALKING DEAD spinoff series, FEAR THE WALKING DEAD: during THE WALKING DEAD’s season finale.
Miss the spot? Check it out now…
Will you be tuning in?