Fall 2014 tv trailers

Update: USA Network has released trailers for Rush, Complications and Satisfaction, those three trailers have been added after the jump.

This time of year, the major television networks make a bunch of big presentations in New York City showcasing their new and returning television shows — this is called “upfronts.” FOX, ABC, NBC, TNT and TBS have held their presentations and have uploaded trailers for their new television series online for all of you to get a sneak preview. After the jump you can watch 25 28 trailers for television shows set to hit the airs in Fall 2014 and beyond (2015) alongside official plot synopsis, including filmmaker, producer and cast details. Hit the jump and watch some of the Fall 2014 tv trailers and leave your thoughts in the comments below.

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Ian McKellen as Gandalf in "The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey."

Guess who’s been hanging out in Middle-earth again! Also after the jump:

  • There will be three more Transporter movies
  • Sly Stallone wants The Raid stars for Expendables 3
  • “Fuck, yeah,” Guillermo del Toro says about having Pacific Rim 2 ideas
  • Details uncovered on Transformers 4‘s new robots
  • Who else has an Anchorman 2 cameo lined up?

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Happy Monday, everyone. After the jump:

  • Fox will host screenings and Q&As of their new shows
  • Peter Berg and NBC will explore supervillain underlings
  • Dexter sheds a bit of blood in a new poster for Season 7
  • Walking Dead deleted scene shows what might’ve been
  • Take a peek at Cinemax’s new Transporter TV series

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Our last couple editions of TV Bits have been filled with mostly good news, but today’s is more of a downer, what with shows getting axed, a guy getting hurt, and, well, do you consider a Fred Durst sitcom bad news? At least AMC has some nice things to offer, including a new trailer for Hell on Wheels and some intriguing dramas in the works.

After the jump:

  • Charlie’s Angels and Memphis Beat get cancelled
  • Olivia Wilde leaves House
  • Transporter star Chris Vance gets injured
  • Fred Durst signs a deal with CBS
  • Hell on Wheels gets a new trailer

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Unless you’re a group of crime scene investigators or police detectives, there’s really not that much male-driven action currently on television. Luc Besson is hoping to change that in the coming months. Filming is set to being early next year on a $48 million, 12 part television series based on The Transporter. The films, which starred Jason Statham and were produced by Besson’s EuropaCorp, center on a driver who’ll transport anything you want, no questions asked. French company Lagardere Entertainment will finance the show and they, reportedly, already have a deal in place with a United States broadcaster.

EuropaCorp has already turned one of their franchises into a show, Nikita, and they aren’t stopping there. After The Transporter, they’re also considering turning the Liam Neeson action vehicle Taken into a TV series, but only after Taken 2 shoots in the Spring. Read more after the jump. Read More »

Transporter Superbowl Advertisement?


No, this new Audi advertisement is not a commercial for Transporter 4, but it does feature Jason Statham kicking ass in a car (which to us makes it an unofficial Transporter short film). You don’t have to wait for the Superbowl, the commercial can be viewed after the jump.
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