(ABC) With less than a week to go until the season 17 premiere of Dancing with the Stars, the anticipation and energy are heating up. Last week, we made a few suggestions about who you should root for if you know nothing about this year's cast members. Now, it's time to take the pre-game a step further.
ABC is giving fans a first look at the stars and their dancing partners with these official, sequence-heavy portraits (unfortunately, Derek Hough and Amy Purdy's snap was not available — but...Read Full Story
(HBO)Contrary to what Rust Cohle might have you believe, time is not a flat circle when it comes to True Detective. As much as fans would like to see Matthew McConaughey and Woody Harrelson don wigs and hunt down another Yellow King, it's not going to happen. The show will go on, yes, but it will do so with two new detectives played by two new actors. Since nobody in the digital age is good at waiting, fantasy casting #TrueDetectiveSeason2 has become its own meme, so we thought we'd get in on...Read Full Story
(HBO) If you're a True Detective fan, last night probably made you want to throw your computer against the wall, pull your hair out, and curse HBO Go to where the sun don't shine. The premium network's online streaming service crashed Sunday evening at a moment when thousands of viewers were attempting to stream the hotly anticipated season finale.
HBO Go later confirmed the heartbreaking and painfully frustrating news: Some fans did get to view the finale without a hitch, but that wasn't...Read Full Story
(HBO)If you weren't one of the millions of True Detective fans "borrowing" their friends' subscription to the so-overloaded-it-broke HBO GO last night, then you were treated to what I'm told by the Internet was an unbelievable and completely rewarding finale. Unfortunately, the thing about finales, especially in the case of True Detective, is that they're final. Never again will you be treated to the misanthropic musings of Rustin Cohle, the titillating side pieces of Martin Hart, or the good...Read Full Story
(Getty) Based on Alfonso Cuaron's resume, which now includes "Oscar winner" under the "awards and achievements" section, he can pretty much choose any project he wants. Fortunately for a struggling NBC, that choice was to co-write and direct the pilot for Believe, a new show about a girl with special powers and the ex-con tasked with making sure her gifts don't fall into the wrong hands. The premise is a familiar one, but Cuaron's skill behind the camera expectedly elevates the material. The...Read Full Story