The “Revolution” will be televised. That’s what the cast and crew of the hit freshman drama promised on the red carpet before the show’s recent PaleyFest panel. The first ten episodes established the dystopian premise of a world without power, and a United States that has disintegrated into territories led by militias. When the show […]
LOS ANGELES (TheWrap.com) – Fox will launch Animation Domination High-Def, a late-night offshoot of its Sunday night Animation Domination comedy block, on July 27, the network said. The block, which will feature the voice talents of Mandy Moore, Ken Marion, Patton Oswalt and others, will run from 11 p.m. to 12:30 a.m. on Saturday nights. […]
From the brain trust of executive producers J.J. Abrams and Eric Kripke, NBC’s buzzy new drama “Revolution” (premiering Monday, Sept. 17 at 10/9c) features a compelling hook: what would happen if the entire world suddenly experienced a permanent blackout? Their answer does not involve everyone becoming Amish. Instead, after fifteen years without electricity or combustion engines, […]
The stars and executive producer of “Breaking Bad” tell us what to expect when the revered series returns for its final season. Read this …
NEW YORK (TheWrap.com) – Giancarlo Esposito is the Copenhagen-born son of an Italian father and African-American mother, whose most famous character, “Breaking Bad” meth kingpin Gustavo Fring, is a Chilean by way of Mexico, hiding in plain sight as the owner of a Southwestern fast-food chain. You can understand how Esposito sees acting as a […]
“Breaking Bad” star Giancarlo Esposito is about to play another potentially two-faced character. Esposito has signed on to the J.J. Abrams, Bryan Burk and Eric Kripke-produced NBC pilot “Revolution,” about a world where all forms of energy have ceased to exist. Esposito will play tough but genteel military man Capt. Neville, who may not be […]
Is Giancarlo Esposito channeling the dearly departed Gus Fring for his upcoming role on “Community”? An NBC rep tells TheWrap that Esposito will play a “tough customer” in an upcoming guest spot.
Without a doubt, 2011 had a lot of “Can’t unsee them” moments. And some of them were so long, they extended for entire seasons, including the show that tops the list; it hasn’t ended yet, but we all know where it’s going.
After last night’s shocking fourth-season finale of “Breaking Bad,” everything in the world of Walter White (Bryan Cranston) is up for grabs. The big question that we were left with after the finale, though, was: “How much darker can this show go?” [Warning: Major finale spoilers will be discussed from this point forward.] Here’s where […]
There was a scene in the fourth season finale of “Breaking Bad” that will still be remembered a decade from now. It was clear for weeks that Gus (Giancarlo Esposito) was going to die. He was hellbent on killing Walt (Bryan Cranston), and without Walt, there is no show. The question was how Walt was […]