FX offers up a new trailer for the horror comedy What We Do in the Shadows and officially announces that the series premieres in March.
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FX officially orders its television adaptation of Brian K. Vaughan and Pia Guerra's critically acclaimed graphic novel Y: The Last Man.
HBO Asia brings Folklore, its new horror anthology series, to the United States for some relatively simple and occasionally satisfying scares.
Netflix’s Russian Doll is a smart dark comedy starring Natasha Lyonne that’s far more than a rehash of Happy Death Day or Groundhog Day.
Amazon delivers Agatha Christie’s The ABC Murders, which finds John Malkovich in the role of a darker, more introspective Hercule Poirot.
Hulu shares the first teaser trailer for its newest comedy Shrill, from executive producer Lorne Michaels and starring SNL’s Aidy Bryant.
Showtime drops the first trailer for City on a Hill, the new crime drama starring Kevin Bacon from executive producers Matt Damon and Ben Affleck.
CBS All Access reveals subscribers to the streaming service will be able to tune in for Jordan Peele’s Twilight Zone reboot at the beginning of April.
CBS All Access confirms it has ordered a 10-episode limited series adaptation of Stephen King’s classic novel The Stand from directors Josh Boone.
CBS shares and extended first look at The Red Line, an emotional new drama from Greg Berlanti and Ava DuVernay, starring Noah Wyle.
Gina Torres leads USA’s Suits spinoff series Pearson, which puts her character Jessica Pearson in the high-stakes world of Chicago politics.
Chucky, the killer doll from the long-running horror-comedy franchise Child’s Play, is getting his own TV series on SYFY from creator Don Mancini.
TNT’s period noir I Am the Night features a terrific performance from Chris Pine, but the series’ otherwise dull story struggles to match his energy.
HBO teases season 2 of the Emmy-winning dark comedy Barry, which sees Bill Hader’s actor-assassin try to balance murder and his new profession.
Rooster Teeth premieres gen:LOCK the new anime series that features Michael B. Jordan and an all-star cast, but lacks a compelling story.
Season 6 of Cinemax’s Strike Back offers plenty of action to keep audiences engaged, but it also aims to explore its characters’ personal lives.
Jamie Bamber joins Strike Back season 6 as Section 20’s new CO, a man who has his work cut out for him in terms of earning the team’s trust.
The stars of Cinemax’s Strike Back discuss how the training they do and attention to detail the series has makes the action feel more authentic.
Strike Back returns to Cinemax for season 6, which offers up more of what the show does best: some of the most explosive action sequences on TV.
Comedy Central premieres The Other Two, an acerbic comedy about the fickleness of fame and the elusiveness of success for a certain generation.