hbo tv news Watchmen By Maggie Dela Paz ON November 21, 2018 Masks save lives in new HBO’s Watchmen teasers HBO has released two new mysterious teasers for their upcoming Watchmen TV series. Created by Damon Lindelof from Alan Moore and Dave Gibbon’s limited comic book series of the same name, the teasers both feature police officers with yellow face masks covering their entire face. Check out the full photos below! Set in an alternate history where “superheroes” are treated as outlaws, Watchmen embraces the nostalgia of the original groundbreaking graphic novel while attempting to break new ground of its own. Originally published as a 12-issue miniseries beginning in 1986, Watchmen quickly become one of sequential art’s most acclaimed stories. The original story centers on a murder-mystery before unfolding into a planet-altering conspiracy that ultimately asks where the fine line is drawn between heroes … [Read more...] about Masks Save Lives in New HBO’s Watchmen Teasers
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5 minutes ago James Marsden has joined the cast of a new Netflix show, which begs the obvious question. What about Westworld? Marsden has prominently starred as a series regular on the cast of HBO's sci-fi hit throughout its first two seasons as Teddy Flood. With a third season of the series a-go, the actor taking on another role is bound to raise questions. Let's dig into the details surrounding Marsden's new role first. James Marsden has signed on to star in Netflix's upcoming dark comedy, per Deadline. Christina Applegate and Linda Cardellini lead the cast, which Ed Asner has also joined. The series, entitled Dead to Me, follows the friendship between Applegate's uptight widow Jen and Cardellini's free-spirited Judy, who harbors a "shocking secret." Judy is where Marsden's role comes into play. He will star as her love interest, and his character is teeming with intrigue. James Marsden's Dead to Me character is drawn to Judy's personality, which includes her free-spirited … [Read more...] about James Marsden Has A New Netflix Show, But What About Westworld?
By Jeanne Jakle Published 6:49 pm CDT, Wednesday, September 12, 2018 Emma Stone and Jonah Hill jump from the big to the small screen in 'Maniac.' Emma Stone and Jonah Hill jump from the big to the small screen in 'Maniac.' Photo: Michele K. Short /Netflix Jay Hernandez in that famed Ferrari in "Magnum P.I.' Jay Hernandez in that famed Ferrari in "Magnum P.I.' Photo: Karen Neal /CBS Melissa Roxburgh as Michaela, one of the bewildered passengers whose plane arrives five years after takeoff, in "Manifest." Melissa Roxburgh as Michaela, one of the bewildered passengers whose plane arrives five years after takeoff, in "Manifest." Photo: NBC David Giuntoli, James Roday and Romany Malco play buddies handling a crisis in 'A Million Little Things.' David Giuntoli, James Roday and Romany … [Read more...] about The 12 new TV shows you have to watch this fall
In new developments for a pair of Tulsa-area entertainers, Bill Hader's new HBO show has been renewed, and Kristin Chenoweth will star in an NBC crime comedy set to debut in July.Tulsa native Hader's show "Barry," which he stars in and executive produces, recently debuted on HBO and on Thursday the network renewed it for a second season, according to Deadline Hollywood's industry website.Hader plays a depressed hitman who turns to acting in "Barry," which has received great acclaim, including a 98 percent "fresh" rating on Rotten Tomatoes.Meanwhile, Deadline also reports that Broken Arrow native Chenoweth will be the star of "Trial & Error: Lady, Killer," playing an eccentric diva of a small Southern town who is accused of murdering her husband.This is the second season of "Trial & Error," in which a fish-out-of-water New York lawyer who relocated there begins a practice, and now he will defend Chenoweth's character, known for her "flamboyant outfits, large hats and hairless … [Read more...] about Bill Hader’s HBO show renewed, Kristin Chenoweth to play an accused murderess on NBC
"King in the Wilderness" -- ½ Premieres at 7 p.m. Monday, April 2, on HBO • • •When a figure is as fundamental to our history and national identity as Martin Luther King Jr., is there anything left to learn about him?Actually, it may be precisely because King is such a towering figure in our collective memory that we tend to focus on a few big moments -- Montgomery, Birmingham, Selma and of course "I Have a Dream" -- and let the rest fade into history, leaving us with more myth than man as time goes on. That's the argument behind the new HBO documentary "King in the Wilderness," a fascinating and poignant look at the less-examined final years of the man's life, timed for the 50th anniversary of his death. It premieres at 7 p.m. Monday, April 2, on HBO and will be available On Demand on Tuesday, April 3.It's a compelling argument: Google a list of King's iconic moments, and it'll likely skip the years between 1965 and his 1968 … [Read more...] about New HBO doc examines King’s challenging final years