Thursday Aug 28
Dark Horizons News
"Deadwood" Star Still Hopes For Season 4
The list of TV series cancelled too soon is long. Acclaimed shows like "Carnivale," "Firefly," "Journeyman," "Freaks and Geeks," "Pushing Daisies," "Terriers," "Angel," "Undeclared" and many more line bargain basement DVD bins when all should have had at least one more season to really soar.
Deadwood Revival: There's 'Hope'
On the Emmy red carpet Monday, Kim Dickens - who played madam Joanie Stubbs on HBO's late, beloved western - admitted to me that the entire cast remains "heartbroken" about the show's premature demise.
When I ring the doorbell to the Edinburgh home of Iain Grant, there's no cheerful chimes or tinkling bell.
Genesee Country Express
From Masters of Sex to Boardwalk Empire: How Accurate Are Fact-Based Dramas?
Halfway through the pilot episode of the Showtime series Masters of Sex , which is based on the story of real-life sex researchers Dr. William Masters and Virginia Johnson, Masters leaves his wife, Libby, in the care of another doctor as she undergoes infertility treatments so he can slip into a neighboring examination room and watch a prostitute ... (more)
SundanceTV Greenlights Season 3 of RECTIFY to Premiere in 2015
SundanceTV announced today the renewal of the network's first wholly owned original scripted series "Rectify" slated to air in 2015.
Oil and Erbil
To the defense of Erbil: this was the main cause that drew President Obama back to combat in Iraq last week, two and a half years after he fulfilled a campaign pledge and pulled the last troops out.
Video: Sarah Paulson Reveals Ahs: Freak Show Secrets on Late Night
On last night's LATE NIGHT WITH SETH MEYERS , Sarah Paulson revealed the snake sex secrets of AHS Season 4. Check out the appearance below! Paulson was a series regular on the cult television show American Gothic and the WB series Jack & Jill , playing the character "Elisa Cronkite".
'The Knick': Blood, Sweat and Cocaine
The more you hate doctors, the more likely you are to love The Knick . Steven Soderbergh's superb medical drama takes place in New York's fictional Knickerbocker Hospital, back in 1900.