Everyone’s releasing new trailers this week, and now it’s ABC’s turn. Of particular interest to us are Still Star-Crossed, the Shondaland sequel to Romeo and Juliet; Time After Time, where a time-traveling HG Wells hunts Jack the Ripper; and Imaginary Mary, a show where Jenna Elfman gets advice from her imaginary…
ABC has said no to the Mockingbird-and-Hunter-themed Agents of SHIELD spin-off Marvel’s Most Wanted. It’s another casualty of the brutal upfronts announcement overnight that saw the network cut a swathe through their current shows—including io9 favorites Galavant (which will live on, likely on stage), and perhaps most…
Agent Carter is on life support and Marvel’s Most Wanted is not getting a ton of love at the network. Which could leave Coulson and company alone on ABC until Damage Control finally gets on the air.
Well, I’ll be damned. Are you ready for more Marvel superheroes to come to television? Variety is reporting that Freeform—the channel formerly known as ABC Family—has commissioned a brand new Marvel TV series based on the tenn team-up comic Cloak and Dagger.
Despite fairly low ratings this season, Agent Carter has consistently been an excellent show, and according to NerdReactor, the chances for a third season seem pretty good.
Yes, you heard me, an Agent Carter dance number. We’ve known that it was coming for a while now, but before you inevitably watch it again on TV tonight, you can see Peggy and the gang dance their socks off right now.
Hayley Atwell’s been cast as the lead in ABC’s Conviction. Which is great for her, but does make us wonder if this means that Agent Carter is done after its second season.
When Once Upon a Time left us in December, it did so with the promise that the main cast would be journeying into the underworld. Now, courtesy of Entertainment Weekly, we know what Hades will look like come March. It’s pretty stupid.
In the visual effects breakdown for Agent Carter season one, there are the usual suspects: explosions, effects from mad science, action sequences. But the thing that stands out is just how many effects were needed to turn the show’s California locations into period New York ones.
Just before the release of The Force Awakens, Kathleen Kennedy fanned the flames of intrigue when she said that Lucasfilm were actively looking into the plans for Star Wars: Underworld, the long-in-concept Star Wars live action TV show. But don’t get too excited—if anything does happen, it’s not happening any time…
If there was any doubt that the second season of Agent Carter was going to be anything other than wonderful, this latest clip from IGN puts them all to rest.
Peggy and Jarvis may be in a brand new city, but the action seems to have traveled with them. If there is one thing Peggy Carter does everywhere she goes, it’s kick ass.
This Friday, the second phase of Marvel’s four-series deal with Netflix begins with Jessica Jones. But if original plans went ahead, we might have seen a very different version of the show. First of all, we would’ve seen it four years ago—on ABC itself.
ABC just dropped a brand new teaser for Star Wars: The Force Awakens. Some of the footage we’ve seen, but a good chunk is new—including Finn attacking a Stormtrooper with a lightsaber, and some very familiar profiles.
ABC’s new serial-killer drama, Wicked City hopes to capitalize on your 1980s nostalgia. It’s set on Los Angeles’ Sunset Strip in the early 80s, and it’s chock full of Billy Idol. But is it worth your time? We’ve seen the pilot, and here are our spoiler-free impressions.
So the Storybrooke crew may have figured out what happened to their memories, but nothing in “Dreamcatcher” is more important than Henry’s love life. I so wish I was kidding.
No. I don’t care that it’s based on a 2013 book called Still Star-Crossed. (Sidenote, though: Ugh, really?). I don’t care that it’s coming from Shonda Rhimes and Shondaland. I don’t care about anything other than that this? SHALL NOT STAND.
Marvel’s live-action universe may be getting a little bigger. Variety is reporting that ABC is planning to make a comedy show set in the Marvel universe—and it’s going to be based on the oddball shenanigans of Damage Control, a comic about the people who have to clean up after superheroes have wrecked the place.
At the Once Upon A Time panel at San Diego Comic-Con, producers screened a short clip that welcomed a new character to Storybrooke, Maine, in the coming fifth season: Merida from Pixar’s 2012 film Brave, who will be portrayed by Atlantis’s Amy Manson.