Kurt Sutter to Follow Up Sons of Anarchy With Period Drama Pilot for FX
12 Dec 2013, 5:31 pm
Sons of Anarchy‘s Season 6 finale not bloody enough for you? Well, executive producer Kurt Sutter‘s next project practically has death built into the title. FX has greenlit a pilot for The Bastard Executioner, “the story of a warrior knight […]
This Friday, NBC’s Grimm decks the halls with severed limbs, stolen goods and a seriously messed-up Santa Claus that you’ll want nowhere near your chimney. In other words, it’s life as usual in Portland — only with twinkly lights. TVLine got […]
Funny story: I managed to Psych out Dulé Hill — to the point that he revealed why he and his co-stars looked so damn hungry in the USA Network hit’s musical episode (airing Sunday, 9/8c)! And that’s just for starters… […]
AJ Michalka is bringing a bad girl to The Goldbergs. TVLine has learned exclusively the actress/musician will guest-star in an upcoming episode of the ABC comedy, playing Lainey, Erica’s new wild-child best friend who is not the greatest influence. RELATED […]
Can Print Magazines Save Themselves?
As everyone with the remotest interest in media developments can attest, the great era of magazines notable for their largesse to staffs, and replete with copious, handsome advertising and strong single-copy newsstand sales, is almost certainly in the past. But is there a way to save print magazi
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The chairman of the Federal Communications Commission said a deal has been reached between the agency and mobile carriers that will make smartphone unlocking legal.
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Alexander Payne to Exec Produce Kickstarter Short ‘Run Fast’
On the heels of his seventh Golden Globes nomination, this time around for directing Paramount’s “Nebraska,” Alexander Payne has signed on to his next role as exec producer of the short film “Run Fast,” which is written and directed by Anna Musso. As the long-time assis
After winning 1,299 consecutive weeks, it wasn’t exactly a cliff-hanger when CBS’ “The Young and the Restless” tacked on one more week to its streak this month. But in doing so, CBS’ “The Young and the Restless” can celebrate a feat that’s virtually un
Fox has tapped Paul Feig to produce, and possibly direct, an untitled comedy pitch from Melissa Stack. Fox-based Feig and Jessie Henderson are producing under their Feigco shingle. Stack will script and the logline is under wraps. Feig directed “Bridesmaids” for Uni and “The Heat&r
Since soullessness is the essence of Patrick Bateman, the anti-hero of Bret Easton Ellis’s notoriously savage fantasia on 80s greed “American Psycho,” you could argue that an all-style and no substance musical version might possibly be appropriate. And helmer Rupert Goold and his d