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With only one episode left of this season of True Detective, links to past seasons surface, and the mysterious person pulling all of the strings of the Purcell cover up reveals themself.
True Detective’s two-hour season three premiere is a tour-de-force showcase of Mahershala Ali’s incredible range, as well as this season’s preoccupation with time, memory, and the fluidity of both.
Droughtlander is finally over! The season picks up four months after Claire and Jamie wash up on the shores of America. The New World poses new problems for the couple since they find themselves far away from their Scottish home, yet still under the thumb of British rule. America is a beautiful, yet troubled place (it still is for that matter) and does not shy away from confronting America’s troubled history within the narrative of the premiere.
A Launch Pad Winner, Young & Hungry List Alum, Bitch List Alum, and 2018 Fox Writers Lab Selection, Deiker is Set to Bring Her Talents to the Sophomore Season of Fox’s Medical Drama.
Clooney was originally slated to play Colonel Cathcart, but that role will now go to Chandler. Clooney will instead play the supporting part of Scheisskopf, which gives him more time to focus on directing and producing.
The series follows the mysterious disappearance of three girls and their governess from the Appleyard Ladies College in the 1900’s.
HBO is moving forward with a second season of its acclaimed comedy series Barry, and the cable network has also given the go-ahead for a sixth season of Silicon Valley.
Mr. Robot creator Sam Ismael brings Ross Thomas’ Briarpatch to USA, while Meg Abbott adapts her own cheerleading novel Dare Me into an hour-long drama.