Only two episodes remain on The Following Season 1 - and while we wait to see who lives, who dies and whether Ryan Hardy can actually catch Joe Carroll, rest assured: Kevin Williamson has plenty more up his suspenseful sleeve.
I jumped on the phone with Williamson last week to talk about the challenges in crafting the first season, as the creator previewed what’s to come in both tonight’s penultimate installment and next week’s first season finale...Read Full Story
Of course it does: Kevin Williamson: New York Times Endorses IRS Harassment of Tea Party groups.
Dog bites man, etc. But remember, it’s Bush’s fault. If so, this marks the first time in recorded history that the NYT endorses anything carried out by the G.W. Bush Administration.
UDPATE: BOMBSHELL: IRS Senior Officials new of IRS harassment since 2011. Just trying to keep the boss happy, I’m sure…
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Mondays have just gotten more chilling, and it has nothing to do with the winter weather. The Following — from Vampire Diaries creator Kevin Williamson — premieres on FOX tonight, January 21. The show revolves around a cult of serial killers. Kevin Bacon stars as Ryan Hardy, an ex-FBI agent who once captured vicious murderer Joe Carroll (James Purefoy). When the serial killer escapes from death row, Hardy has to drag himself out of a bottle of vodka to pursue him again. We...Read Full Story
The Following, the upcoming psychological thriller from creator/executive producer Kevin Williamson (The Vampire Diaries, the Scream franchise), is set to premiere on January 21, 2013 and today revealed an all-audience trailer, a Red Band version and a teaser poster.
The synopsis rolls like this: The FBI estimates there are currently up to 300 active serial killers in the United States. What would happen if these killers had a way of communicating and connecting with each other? What if...Read Full Story
Bad news for people who think they're witches: The Secret Circle is dead. For a while, fans hoped it was in a Charles Meade-esque limbo and would be picked up by another network, but now it's straight-up dunzo. Need proof? Executive producer Kevin Williamson tells IGN, "I am so sorry to all the fans, but that show is gone." Noooooo!
Thomas Dekker on The Secret Circle: "I Was Comfortable With Moving On"
Which Secret Circle Alum Is Headed to Drop Dead Diva...Read Full Story