Category Archives: Trailers (TV)
The series is set in present day and features a new trio of popular-yet-evil Heathers except this time the outcasts are the new queen bees of high school. Heathers premieres on Paramount network on March 7 at 10 p.m.
The series will follow a small group of investigators who work to discover the corruption in a massive scheme.
The coming of age story follows a group of misfits in 1996 Oregon. Everything Sucks! premieres on the streaming service February 16.
Kelly Reilly from True Detective and David Morrissey from The Walking Dead star in the series created by Jez Butterworth, Tom Butterworth and James Richardson
After taking home major awards at both the Emmys and Golden Globes, The Handmaid’s Tale continues to keep the buzz going today as it releases the first look video at season two along with some gorgeous photos.
Jeff Daniels, Alec Baldwin and Peter Sarsgaard star. The Looming Tower premieres on Hulu February 28.
Based on Richard K. Morgan’s cyberpunk noir novel, the sci-fi action-thriller stars Joel Kinnaman, James Purefoy, Martha Higareda and Will Yun Lee. Season 1 streams on Netflix beginning Feb. 2.
Trust premiered March 25th and stars Donald Sutherland, Hillary Swank, Harris Dickinson and Michael Esper.
The series follows three generations of the Alvarez’s, a Cuban-American family navigating through the ups and downs of life.
Benedict Cumberbatch plays the title character of Patrick Melrose, a playboy aristocrat who suffers from childhood trauma and substance abuse.
The latest trailer showcases a little more of Pierce’s daughters, as they begin to uncover that superpowers run in the family.
After being shut down by the DEA, Ruth and her team are back in the weed business.
Based on the graphic novel by Charles Forsman, the dark romantic-comedy follows two confused highschoolers on a journey of love, loss, and a potential murder.
Based on Daniel Handler’s popular series of books–written under the pseudonym of “Lemony Snicket”–the second season will air on the streaming network starting March 30.
Presidential corruption abounds as Season 7 of Homeland kicks off on Sunday, February 11.
The series comes from Richard K. Morgan’s noir novel of the same name.
Jamie and Claire prepare for a new life in America in the first teaser for Season 4 of Outlander, premiering with 13 new episodes on Starz in 2018.
Three suburban moms have had enough and decide to take things into their own hands, in the first trailer for NBC’s new midseason drama.
The Oscar-winning filmmaker behind The Fog of War tackles the subject using a hybrid method that includes actors like Peter Sarsgaard, Molly Parker, Bob Balaban and Tim Blake Nelson performing roles.
Based on the 2002 cyberpunk novel by Richard K. Morgan, the ten-episode adaptation stars Joel Kinnaman (Suicide Squad) and James Purefoy.
The Marvel Television show will return to ABC on Dec. 1 with a two-hour premiere that moves to show to Friday nights.
All the Arrowverse heroes gather for a wedding but are interrupted by Nazis from an alternate universe.
Aubrey Plaza, Dave Franco, Judy Greer, Zazie Beetz and Elizabeth Reaser are among the cast for the anthology comedy series.
The show is described as a coming-of-age drama series about an interconnected group of working-class African-Americans on Chicago’s volatile south side, who remind us that no matter what, the human spirit is strong and hope never dies.
Fox has set the return of The X-Files and the series premiere of Ryan Murphy’s 9-1-1 for Wednesday, January 3, and released new promo materials for each show.
Darren Criss plays the serial killer Andrew Cunanan while Edgar Ramirez portrays the slain fashion designer in Ryan Murphy’s follow-up to The People v OJ Simpson.
Paramount has released their latest trailer for the upcoming six-part miniseries WACO, based on the true events that unfolded in the Texas town back in 1993.
HBO has released the three years in the making project from Steven Soderbergh, Mosaic.
Everyone’s favorite football head is back in the final trailer for Nickelodeon’s Hey Arnold!: The Jungle Movie.
The second season of the Netflix period drama will mark Claire Foy’s final performance as Queen Elizabeth before Olivia Colman takes over the role in Season 3.