Wednesday, September 11, 2013

From LA Examiner: 'TVD' Season 5 Premiere Photos; 'Breaking Bad' Spin-Off Coming; 'Parenthood' & 'Chicago Fire' Advance Reviews...



We have to say, if we were a vampire whose friends and family all not only knew we were a vampire but also had something supernatural going on themselves, we would never in our right minds follow an expected path post high school graduation! We would travel, have adventures, meet new people, basically faff around and enjoy ourselves-- because we have literally eternity to get serious and learn something or start a career later. But bless them, the kids of The Vampire Diaries are still trying to cling to normal as much as possible it appears because in the fifth season premiere "I Know What You Did Last Summer", a couple of them are living the collegiate life... [MORE]


"AMC and Sony confirm a Breaking Bad spin-off"

AMC and Sony Pictures Television confirmed today that they have reached a licensing agreement for a spinoff of Vince Gilligan’s Breaking Bad. As conceived, the new series is based on the show’s popular Saul Goodman character (Bob Odenkirk) with the working title Better Call Saul... [MORE]



"Fall 2013 TV Preview: NBC's Parenthood season 5 premiere"

There is no better way to describe the season five premiere of NBC's Parenthood than to say it feels like a warm hug from a family member you've deeply missed. The show that never fails to make you smile, laugh, and cry, often within mere seconds of each other, is back at its best with "It Has To Be Now", an episode that sees a return to the Bravermans half a year since we last left them. It's a homecoming if we ever knew one, and it couldn't come at a more perfect time. As the fall weather settles in, you'll want to cuddle up on the couch with a blanket and this season pass on your DVR; there is nothing cozier than that... [MORE]


"Fall 2013 TV Preview: NBC's Chicago Fire season 2 premiere"

Bureaucracy's a bitch, and no one is about to learn that lesson harder than the good people at Fire Station 51 on NBC's Chicago Fire. After a season one that included in-house fighting, theft, harassment claims, and mourning the loss of their own, the second season starts with the team stronger than ever. But this time, the threats of pulling them apart come from external, higher up politics, not within... [MORE]




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