TNT brought the cast of Falling Skies for the last time to San Diego Comic-Con, and we got inside scoop on the end of the final season. Well, not too much!
TNT brought the cast of The Last Ship to San Diego Comic-Con and we got the chance to get the scoop on the current season.
Raymond Cruz, Det. Julio Sanchez on TNT’s Major Crimes, spoke to Whedonopolis about his character’s development over the past 11 years and the can’t miss reveals coming this season!
We got a chance to chat with award-winning actor Tony Denison, Det. Andy Flynn TNT’s #1 drama, The Closer.
The season finale of The Last Ship started with hope, but ended with an America threatened by a woman who thinks the Red Flu can help create a new world.
We got to talk to the cast of the upcoming TNT show of “Legends” including Ali Larter “Crystal”, Morris Chestnut “Tony Rice”, & Tina Majorino “Maggie”
All 3 dramas rank in the Top 5 of basic cable scripted shows this summer.
Wondercon 2014 gave us the chance to talk to the cast of “Falling Skies” including Doug Jones (Cochise), Moon Bloodgood (Anne), Sarah Carter (Margaret), and Seychelle Gabriel (Lourdes). The interviews can be found below the cut.
Is all of this talk about network upfronts with their new shows and their new strategies and schedules getting you excited about the fall season? Have all of the clips and teases got you wishing that fall was already here? Frustrated with the wait? Well, the folks at TNT and TBS may have the answer. In the TNT / TBS upfronts presentation, they map out their strategy for success which includes year-round original programming. With a combined total of 11 new series and returning series, the two networks have new series or new seasons premiering practically every week throughout the summer. And then they have even more new things slated for the fall and beyond. Upcoming summer programming includes: for TNT, the sophomore season of alien sci fi drama, FALLING SKIES, season 5 of fan favorite, LEVERAGE, and for TBS, new comedy MEN AT WORK, starring Danny Masterson, Michael Cassidy, James Lesure, and Whedonverse alum, Adam Busch, premiering next week. Read more about Upfronts 2012: TNT and TBS – Strategy for Success …