In this edition of TV Bits:
- Watch a trailer for Knightfall season 2.
- The creator of Justified is developing Talent for Fox.
- Josh Duhamel joins the cast of the Mark Millar series Jupiter’s Legacy.
- AMC has cancelled Into the Badlands and The Son.
- Luther season 5 premieres on the BBC America in June.
- Project Blue Book renewed for season 2.
- The Crown pay gap made Netflix reconfigure their talent salaries.
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In this edition of TV bits:
- Rise of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles now has a trailer
- Into the Badlands season 3 has a trailer, too
- And so does SuperMansion season 3
- A new Series of Unfortunate Events featurette
- One Day at a Time Renewed for Season 3 at Netflix
- Starz greenlights Gregg Araki and Steven Soderbergh series Now Apocalypse
- Connie Britton will star in Bravo’s Dirty John
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Posted on Monday, January 16th, 2017 by Angie Han
The TV news keeps on coming, thanks to the TCAs. After the jump:
- Portlandia has been renewed for one final season.
- AMC and BBC are teaming up for a new John le Carré miniseries.
- TV Land officially orders Heathers to series.
- Louis C.K. and Albert Brooks’ Cops gets a series from TBS.
- Pierce Brosnan tries on a Texan twang in the first trailer for The Son.
- Alan Tudyk is Batman’s obnoxious cousin in Powerless.
- Could Girl Meets World return elsewhere?
- And more!
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Posted on Wednesday, March 9th, 2016 by Jacob Hall
The television landscape is a harsh landscape littered with broken dreams and the bodies of cancelled shows. Sure, we’re living through a TV golden age where it’s literally impossible to keep up with everything that is worth your time, but that doesn’t make the whole industry any less forgiving. There’s almost too much good stuff out there – a show that doesn’t strike a chord with audiences feels doomed.
So when you look at the news of Supergirl and Into the Badlands each receiving a second season, you can’t help but consider the context. Sophomore seasons were never a sure thing for either of these shows, but their networks obviously view them as strong long-term investments.
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Posted on Monday, October 26th, 2015 by Angie Han
The jury’s still out on whether AMC’s Into the Badlands looks cool or cheesy (actually, it kind of seems like it’s both), but the one thing we can be sure of is that it won’t skimp on the action. Last night, the network released a nearly four-minute clip showing off the martial arts prowess of its lead character Sunny, a mysterious warrior played by Daniel Wu. Be warned that there’s some pretty noisy violence on display here. Watch the Into the Badlands clip after the jump. Read More »
It’s September, and that means new television is just around the corner. The Late Show with Stephen Colbert really kicked things off, but it’s not until later this month that the new fall 2015 TV shows really swing into full gear. What will audiences latch onto this season?
Well, we’re not sure what’s going to land and stick around, but we’ve come up with a list of 16 Most Anticipated New Fall 2015 TV Shows, ranging from the return of The Muppets on ABC to the small screen versions of movies like Limitless on CBS to cable offerings such as Ash vs the Evil Dead and even a couple new Netflix shows.
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Posted on Wednesday, July 15th, 2015 by Angie Han
Do you prefer Westerns or martial arts actioners? Gritty dramas or medieval fantasies? The antebellum South or steampunk dystopias? Whatever your genre preference, you’ll probably find a bit of it in Into the Badlands, AMC’s completely batshit-looking new drama.
Loosely based on the classic Chinese novel Journey to the West, Into the Badlands stars Daniel Wu as Sunny, a skilled fighter who takes a mysterious young boy (played by the majestically named Aramis Knight) under his wing in a land ruled by feudal barons. Watch the Into the Badlands trailer after the jump. Read More »
A few weeks ago we were surprised by the first teaser for AMC’s new series Into the Badlands, starring Daniel Wu as a warrior journeying across the western US with a young boy in tow. Now, thanks to some casting news, we have some more info. The show remains almost as mysterious as it was originally, but there are just enough new Into the Badlands cast details to keep us going. Read More »
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One of AMC’s fall 2015 shows is Into the Badlands, a series starring Daniel Wu in a story that loosely adapts the ages-old Chinese story Journey to the West. We don’t know much about the show other than what little AMC has revealed so far, but during the finale of The Walking Dead the network debuted the first teaser for the show, and it raises far more questions than it answers. Check out the first Into the Badlands teaser below. Read More »