Tuesday, September 3, 2013

From LA Examiner: 'American Idol' Judging Panel Announced; 'Homeland' Premiere Leaks Online Early; 'True Blood' Ending; 'AHS: Coven' Poster Revealed; 'Haven' Premiere Photos...


Well, it's official. After a season away, Jennifer Lopez has decided she does want more of American Idol after all. The singing competition's network, FOX, announced this morning that she will be returning as a judge for the thirteenth season of the iconic show. Also joining her will be the previously announced return of Keith Urban, who braved the Mariah Carey/Nicki Minaj season without Lopez, as well as Randy Jackson and newb (to Idol but not music in general) Harry Connick Jr... [MORE]


"Homeland season 3 premiere leaks online a month early"

 
We are within the month for Showtime's critically acclaimed Homeland to return with its much-anticipated third season premiere, but some ravenous fans have found a way not to have to wait. A copy of the premiere episode entitled "Tin Man Is Down" found its way online over the Labor Day weekend-- missing its credits and some music. It appears to be the copy sent around to critics during TCA this summer... [MORE]





"True Blood to end its HBO run in 2014"



It's official; vampires really don't live forever. HBO announced today that True Blood will be ending its run in 2014... [MORE]





 
"First Look: American Horror Story: Coven gets a snake-filled poster"


This season on American Horror Story: Coven, the FX genre-bending horror drama is putting witchcraft front and center with a New Orleans-set storyline that spans generations. However, true to the show's format, witches won't be the only elements offering thrills and scares... [MORE]






"First Look: Haven's fourth season premiere returns with a new look, new blood"

The winds are blowing pretty wildly in the not-normally-so-quaint town of the Troubled when we return to Haven on Syfy this fall. Not only is a freak weather situation being stirred up and wreaking havoc with parked vehicles, storefront windows, and the townspeople-- new and old-- but things are pretty convoluted in the more metaphoric sense, too... [MORE]



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