evil season 2 trailer

Just days after it was confirmed that CBS’ acclaimed supernatural drama was moving from CBS to Paramount+, a new Evil season 2 trailer has arrived. The teaser trailer, which features Katja Herbers, Mike Colter, Aasif Mandvi, Michael Emerson, and more of its stars, set the premiere date for this June, exclusively on Paramount+.

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CSI: Vegas Teaser

CSI: Crime Scene Investigation was one of the most popular television shows of all time. It ran for 15 years on CBS, spawned several spin-offs, and entertained parents, aunts, uncles, and grandparents endlessly with grisly crime investigations and detective camaraderie. Now the original crime scene investigators are coming back in a series revival called CSI: Vegas, and a new featurette catches up with Gil Grissom (William Petersen), Sara Sidle (Jorja Fox), and David Hodges (Wallace Langham), who return to help Maxine Roby (Paula Newsome) and her team face a massive threat. Read More »

csi vegas

CSI is heading back to Sin City. And it’s got a couple of familiar faces to lead the way. Original CSI series stars William Petersen and Jorja Fox are set to return in CSI: Vegas, the latest installment in CBS’ hit forensics procedural series, which takes the franchise back to where it all began.

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‘True Lies’ TV Series in the Works at CBS

true lies series reboot

True Lies series reboot is on its way. The latest film-to-TV series adaptation has just been picked up to pilot by CBS, with Burn Notice creator Matt Nix crafting a new take on the 1994 Arnold Schwarzenegger-Jamie Lee Curtis action film True Lies.

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the lord of the rings stephen colbert

Peter Jackson has frequently been asked what his favorite The Lord of the Rings movie is. But rarely has he been asked what his favorite scene from the fantasy epics he shot is. So of course only extreme Lord of the Rings nerd Stephen Colbert could think to ask that question, and to score the director in a parody of the fantasy series made on the very sets and locations where Lord of the Rings and The Hobbit films were shot.

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clarice hannibal

Hannibal Lecter and Clarice Starling are two characters who are inextricably linked together in pop culture. But not in the upcoming CBS series Clarice, a sequel to the classic horror movie The Silence of the Lambs, which introduced the intrepid FBI agent in training. Because of confusing rights issues, any mention of Hannibal Lecter has been essentially banned from the series.

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clarice trailer

Nearly 20 years after she was last seen onscreen, Clarice Starling is back. The FBI agent introduced in Thomas Harris’ 1988 novel The Silence of the Lambs was the blueprint for many characters across the spectrum of popular culture — from Dana Scully to Emily Blunt’s rookie agent in Sicario. But despite the abundant adaptations of Hannibal Lecter in both TV and film, Clarice Starling herself hasn’t been seen onscreen since 2001’s Hannibal. That will change with CBS’ upcoming crime drama Clarice, a sequel series to The Silence of the Lambs. Watch the first short Clarice trailer below.

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‘Star Trek: Discovery’ Season 4 Begins Production

star trek discovery season 4

Following its renewal last month, Star Trek: Discovery is going straight into warp speed for production of its upcoming fourth season. Production on Star Trek: Discovery season 4 has officially begun, announced co-showrunner Michelle Paradise, who executive produces the hit sci-fi series with Alex Kurtzman.

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Star Trek Discovery Season 3 Trailer

Star Trek: Discovery kicked off the new era of the final frontier as the first Trek-related series on the CBS All Access streaming service back in 2017. Not only is a third season on the way, but there’s the Star Trek: Strange New Worlds spin-off coming, too. But if you’ve missed out on Star Trek: Discovery because you haven’t felt like signing up for CBS All Access, this fall will give you an opportunity to start catching up, because the first season will be airing on CBS as part of the network’s fall schedule. Read More »

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Stephen Colbert and James Corden Return to Studio

Production on all movies and TV shows was shut down in early April when the coronavirus pandemic started spreading quickly across the United States. However, late night television was able to make a comeback by producing episodes remotely. Jimmy Fallon, Seth Meyers, Jimmy Kimmel, Stephen Colbert, James Corden, Conan O’Brien, and Samantha Bee, hosted their shows from the comfort of their home and had guests appear through video chat. But two of them will be returning to the studio soon.

ViacomCBS has revealed that both The Late Show with Stephen Colbert and The Late Late Show with James Corden will no longer be produced from the hosts’ homes. Instead, they’ll be returning to the studio, but they won’t be returning to show business as usual. Find out more below. Read More »