The Emmy nominations were announced last week and as usual, the internet reacted accordingly. TV critics, bloggers, and the general denizens of pop culture took to Twitter, Facebook, Instagram and every other social media outlet to let the world know what they thought of the newly announced nominees—but the biggest focus, as expected, was who […]
Woo hoo! It’s Friday and as I recover from a fabulous night at the 2014 Latin Billboard Music Awards, I’ll be watching a lot of TV tonight from the comfort of my couch.
The weekend is almost here and I’m gearing up to relax and catch up on TV shows I missed this week and to see new episodes of many of my favorites. I
Happy Friday and welcome to an exciting prime time line-up you won’t want to miss.
Out series creator Bryan Fuller talked to me about the show’s queerness, how Busby Berkeley inspired one of the more grotesque things on the show and what he thinks of the overall queerness of television and how far we’ve come.
Not only are we celebrating the arrival of Friday, but I’m sure many of you are also nursing a sugar hangover from all the trick-or-treating you did last night for Halloween. Once you’re home and ready to relax, kick back in front of the TV for a laid back Friday night.
As if Jack Crawford (Laurence Fishburne) didn’t already have enough to deal with on NBC’s “Hannibal,” a new addition is sure to make things more difficult for him.
In this interview with xfinityTV, showrunner Bryan Fuller talks about sexing up the show, the role reversal with Will Graham (Hugh Dancy) behind bars instead of Hannibal (Mads Mikkelsen), how Will will go to trial for the murder of Abigail Hobbs, Season 2 guest stars and more.
“Hannibal” could be getting a wonderfully creepy relative next season. As has been rumored, “Hannibal” creator Bryan Fuller wants David Bowie to play the uncle of Dr. Hannibal Lecter (Mads Mikkelsen). (Sounds kinda perfect, at least from a cheek bones perspective.) “We have reached out to David Bowie to see if he’s interested and available,” […]
By Matt Zoller Seitz Serial killers are a stupefyingly dull cliche, a means for storytellers to wallow in art-directed gore without dealing with the reality of crime and violence. Hannibal the cannibal, the psychiatrist and serial killer created by Thomas Harris, is as played-out today as Freddy Krueger was in the early nineties, thanks to […]