Posted on Thursday, August 25th, 2011 by Angie Han
We’ve been getting flooded with TV news lately, and today’s no exception. So let’s get right to it. Ater the jump, read about:
- Teasers for Season 2 of The Walking Dead
- Grey’s Anatomy creator Shonda Rhimes’ new 19th-century project
- MTV’s decision to have no one at all host the VMAs
- The miraculous resurrection of Fox’s Breaking In
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While one highly anticipated genre television show will get its chance to shine, another will not. Fox was the first network to announce their upcoming slate of shows and have ordered Alcatraz, the J.J. Abrams produced show starring Sam Neill and Jorge Garcia, to series. Awesome. However Locke & Key, based on the Joe Hill graphic novel starring Nick Stahl and Mirando Otto, was not picked up. Bummer.
In addition, Fox has canceled Peter and David’s favorite new show The Chicago Code as well as Christian Slater’s latest show, Breaking In and Tim Roth’s Lie to Me.
After the jump, read more about those shows as well as some others that Fox could cancel well before their time. Read More »
Here’s a quick blast of three trailers for upcoming TV shows. We’ve got the action and drama of Camelot, which looks a bit like Spartacus without quite so much blood and sex. Then MTV’s adaptation of the show Skins, replete with sex, drugs and something that might be rock and roll, but is probably just Sleigh Bells. Finally, there’s Fox’s Breaking In, a security services workplace comedy starring Christian Slater, Bret Harrison, and Odette Yustman. All three are after the break. Read More »