No reason to feel bad about Mondays these days. That's because we get a new Longmire tonight! Good grief, this series continues to be just amazing. Unfortunately, when a show is this good the episodes tend to fly right on by. We're almost through the third season already! It has been an awesome season so far, and we're all on pins and needles waiting to see if Branch is going to blow up or come back to planet earth. I'll have to say that as frustrating as Branch's jaunt onto the crazy train has been, Bailey Chase has done an absolutely amazing job playing the frazzled deputy. We have to feel for the character as we've seen that he's not really imagining things, and Bailey has played Branch's frustration at nobody believing him wonderfully.
Well guys, those of us that couldn't make it to San Diego for Comic-Con now get a chance to peek at what we missed. NBC took their new series Constantine to the con to give fans a sneak peek at what's to come when the series based on DC Comics "Hellblazer" hits the small screen in a few months. The geek in me is excited about this one, let's hope it reaches its potential!
In San Diego the cast made their way to room 6BCF for a panel discussion on Saturday. They also attended the NBC Digital Network Party, and stopped by the "Constantine Dome" for a photo op with fans. Series stars Matt Ryan, Harold Perrineau, Charles Halford, and Angelica Celaya attended with producers Daniel Cerone and David S. Goyer. You can check out the photo gallery of the series cast at Comic-Con 2014 at our gallery HERE.
Happy Sunday, friends! Tonight there's a new The Strain on FX for us. Goodness knows you best not have dinner right before you watch. Just sayin'. The licking-blood-off-the-floor scene about made me lose my lunch last week, and that was watching from one squinted eye as I could tell the scene was going bad places. It didn't help, I still saw. Yuck. Grossness aside, Guillermo del Toro's modern-day vampire series has me quite interested. And with this terrific cast, I will continue watching - even with the occasional squinted side-view.
For those of you in San Diego, you should already be in line for today's panel for the series in Hall H. The entire cast, including Corey Stoll, David Bradley, Sean Astin, and Kevin Durand, will be joining creator-genius person Guillermo del Toro and executive producers Carlton Cuse and Chuck Hogan for the event. After screening tonight's episode early for fans there, the cast and producers will participate in a Q&A.
Well, Comic-Con always brings out the goodies! The Walking Dead, cultural phenomenon that it is, naturally brought fans another panel to Comic-Con 2o14 in San Diego, and they brought a treat in the form of the new Season 5 trailer. Sweet!
All of the main cast made an appearance for the event as well, including Andrew Lincoln, Norman Reedus, Steven Yeun, Lauren Cohan, Danai Gurira, Michael Cudlitz, Chandler Riggs, Chad L. Coleman, Emily Kinney and Melissa McBride - you can check out photos of them at their panel discussion and greeting fans at Comic-Con on the official TWD website HERE.
And, here's a look at the fantabulous trailer for TWD Season Five -
Happy middle-of-the-week day, friends! There's a brand new episode of The Bridge on FX tonight, so we have that going for us too. There have only been two episodes from season two so far and we're already addicted all over again. The writing and acting on the series is always stellar, and they certainly know how to keep us coming back for more.
While we know the main cast is excellent and the characters interesting, goodness knows we are completely intrigued by Franka Potente's character Eleanor so far! Last week as she washed after violently murdering witnesses and her cohort, we saw several tattoos on her body. Reader Angelika pointed out that the big one on her back is of Willam Blake's "Ghost of a Flea" painting, which I did not realize at the time was why the episode was titled the same! The frumpy murderess told her latest victim Kyle that the tattoos represent the demons she's met. Eleanor is clearly a demented, murderous person, but I'm hoping that we get to find out why she is the way she is before the season is over.
There's an all-new episode of Chasing Life tonight on ABC Family. I'll be honest and let you know I am one little episode behind as I got a bit sidetracked this week. I will be all caught up by next week, and I can tell you that I'm enjoying the series much more than I thought I would. The cast is very likable and while the subject matter is a tough one, they manage to not get too bogged down in melodrama each week. When those moments do come, they tend to handle them well and then they add in something funny or quirky to kind of lighten the load. Honestly, that makes the subject matter of cancer much easier to handle in TV-world.