FX just announced some dates today, but all they said for "The Americans" was March.
I watch everything once. "Preacher," from a comic book, about a small-town preacher inhabited by a "mysterious entity" and on a quest to find God, could really go either way, couldn't it?
This is a great role for him, although I could have done without seeing him in his underwear.
I'm not actually sure what "Billions" is about, but with a Jan. 17 premiere, Showtime should be making it available soon. Damian Lewis and Paul Giamatti star.
Not yet. But I'm a big fan of Neil Gaiman, who created the character in his "Sandman" comic. The Lord of Hell retires, gets bored and solves crimes. Again, could go either way.
They are fine. It's been picked up for the full season and will probably survive for a second. I don't feel a real pull to watch, though. Don't laugh that much.
Joe Holleman covers comings and goings on local TV, and he reported that Jasmine Huda left KMOV in what was apparently a contract dispute over her assignment.
You've seen him as "John Adams," right? I think it's my favorite performance of is ever.
Netflix has "Marvel's Jessica Jones" Nov. 20. Haven't seen it. You know about the Aziz Ansari comedy "Master of None," right? Critics, including me, loved it, but I'm hearing some negatives, too. Amazon has the new "Man in the High Castle," also next Friday, and Crackle has its first original, "Spotless," about crime-scene cleaners. Brendan Coyle, "Mr. Bates," is in it.
I wonder what device you're using to stream. That's usually the issue, not the TV. People have great luck with Roku and Apple TV, and my Sony Blu-ray player streams flawlessly. Netflix wants you to stream. I wouldn't be surprised if its by-mail subscription program ended eventually.
Yeah, but it's apparently about Wall Street and investment firms.
ABC Family hasn't renewed "The Fosters." Given that the network is changing its name to "Freeform," they may be waiting to figure out what that means.
Ratings for Season 1 weren't great, but "American Crime" is an anthology series, so Season 2 will be completely different. That said, I was surprised by the pickup too.
That would be a valid hope except that I've already seen quite a bit of "Rectified" and ... mmm ... sorry ... dozed off.
Does he have a uniform? If so, I think you're safe.
They say even slowest speeds will stream Netflix, etc. But not a DVD player, has to be Blu-ray.
My colleague Jane Henderson loves "Rectified," too. But that and "The Killing" just put me to sleep.
Your streaming device plugs into your router and your TV. Then switch the input to whatever HDMI you put it in and it will do the rest.
I thought it was cute, just didn't have time to watch it.