Now that the buzz has died down from the excitement (which was quickly followed by disappointment) of the 50th anniversary episode of Doctor Who, BBC fans have something new to look forward to: the season premiere of Sherlock!
Announced via public stunt that was later posted to the show's Twitter account, Sherlock will return to the BBC on New Year's Day while us American folks can catch it air on PBS January 19th. Season three - which begins with the episode titled "The Empty Hearse" - will be divided into three 90-minute episodes. Episode two and three of this season are titled "The Sign of Three" and "His Last Vow," respectively.
Check out the season three trailer for Sherlock after the jump!
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Allons-y! The official trailer for Doctor Who's 50th anniversary special is finally out, and although it doesn't really give much away, it will definitely please fans of the Tenth Doctor (David Tennant).
In addition to showing Ten uttering his trademark French line, fans catch a glimpse of the banter between Ten and his successor: "Oh, you've redecorated! I don't like it," Ten tells Eleven (Matt Smith) in regards to the T.A.R.D.I.S. interior design. There's also some quick shots of the pair comparing their sonic screwdrivers and realizing they have similar taste in eyeglasses.
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Behold, Veronica Mars fans - the latest trailer for the Kickstarter-funded film is online.
Naturally, the trailer/quasi-featurette poses the burning question the series left us with: Logan or Piz? The consensus among the cast is clearly Team Logan (who in my mind is always like the Spike to Veronica's Buffy), although do you find yourself rooting for good guy Piz? The trailer also gave us a peek at some of the returning guest stars like Ken Marino (Wanderlust), Krysten Ritter (Breaking Bad), and Max Greenfield (New Girl).
Look out for the film to hit theaters next Spring!
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Showtime released the trailer for Dexter's upcoming season seven, which undeniably left fans meticulously analyzing its frames.
With all eyes on the brother-sister/lieutenant-criminal relationship between Michael C. Hall's Dexter and Jennifer Carpenter's Deb, little room was left for the rest of the characters, leaving Quinn (Desmond Harrington) and Batista (David Zayas) completely out of the trailer and the new possible baddie, Louis Greene (Josh Cooke), with a mere couple shots.
(Possible spoliers for those who haven't seen season six after the jump)
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“It’s how it should be - hunter, prey. Let the game begin.”
At some point during every season of Dexter, we all ask ourselves the same question: “How the hell is he going to get out of this one?”
It’s time to hit replay.
When the Showtime series returns on September 26, Dexter Morgan (Michael C. Hall) will have to add “single father” and “grieving husband who shows know emotions” to his list of responsibilities. How is he going to juggle it all and keep Quinn (Desmond Harrington) off his track? And how the heck does Julia Stiles figure into all of this?? I’m dying to know.
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ABC Family’s highly-touted new series, Pretty Little Liars, debuts tonight. The pilot episode will repeat back-to-back-to-back in a three hour mini-marathon starting at 8pm EST. The program, based on the book series by Sara Shepard, details a group of four friends who find their secrets exposed by a fifth friend who’s supposed to be deceased. Pretty freaky.
The cable network has picked the series up for a 10-episode run, standard procedure for the channel. Massive promotion suggests ABC Family’s faith in Liars, but only Tuesday’s premiere will reveal how the fans react.
If you were confused by the first trailer for True Blood‘s upcoming third season, perhaps this new, extended one can provide some insight…
I, for one, am extremely relieved to know somewhat who the bearded guy on the bed with Sookie is. Will Jason actually do something productive this season? Perhaps most importantly, who can resist a trailer with so much Eric?
Fans can catch the HBO season premiere on June 13.
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NBC’s Heroes replacement, The Cape, recently premiered its full-length trailer. While I may not have agreed with where Heroes ended up, at least its initial premise beat this one’s: good cop gets framed and is left for dead; guy is found by a clandestine group who trains him to be a superhero; superhero fights crime.
One might say that it’s to be expected, it’s a superhero series. True, but isn’t that what we have comic books for? In our current world of Lost theorists and Fringe fanatics, it’s easy to see that viewers want more complex stories with quickly (but slowly) unearthed mythologies. While I can’t say much considering it’s just the trailer (which you can view after the jump), all I’m saying is that the trailer isn’t selling me, and I’m thinking that this alone may be better than the pilot.
Will I watch it? Of course—what else will be left with all these cancellations lately?
And as much as I love her, and as much as I hate saying this… I’m willing to bet that Summer Glau will be out of a job (again) by the end of the year.
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Minisodes can be fun, but they’re never really as juicy as an actual trailer.
If you want to see what happens during Season 3 (rather than before it), check out the new True Blood trailer above.
If those thirty seconds weren’t enough, you can then check out Minisodes #2 and #3 after the jump.
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