Bring Six Feet Under up to any TV fanand youll hear two words: That finale. The HBO dramas final episode concluded with glimpses at all of the main characters last breaths, a move that established it as one of televisions most poignantending episodes one that show creator Alan... ... Read More... http://feeds.ew.com/~r/entertainmentweekly/tv/coverage/~3/--7WSEIujXw/tribeca-2016-six-feet-under-finale-alan-ball
Count Lauren Ambrose among the impressive number of fans drawn in by The X-Files return. It wasn't quite on my radar when I was younger, Ambrose tells EW of the sci-fi series. But I have watched since they've been on TV, and, she adds with a laugh, its really great! The Six... http://feeds.ew.com/~r/entertainmentweekly/tv/coverage/~3/Ig6kliG0Zoc/x-files-lauren-ambrose-introduces-einstein
Creator Alan Ball, stars Peter Krause, Michael C. Hall and Lauren Ambrose talk with THR about the "finale that will not die." Read More... http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/thr/television/~3/TaS8RSVbzN8/story01.htm
Have the weekend free? Going out is overrated! Binge-watch one of these shows instead: If you want to laugh ( very occasionally ): Breaking Bad See all reviews for Breaking Bad If you've somehow managed to not watch Breaking Bad yet, it’s about time you get to it. Its spin-off, Better Call Saul , has just come out, so you should probably catch up. With a trademark sense of humor, great cinematography, and a good storyline, Breaking Bad will both intrigue and amaze. Also, it’s about a high school chemistry professor-turned-drug lord; I mean, how cool is that? If you want to cry: Buffy the Vampire Slayer & Angel See all reviews for Buffy the Vampire Slayer & Angel This is a necessary two-parter, people. Both series, created by Joss Whedon (yeah, that guy in charge of the Marvel universe now), follow groups of people fighting monsters and the forces of evil trying to end the world. Even I (a Tin Man of a TV viewer) buckled down crying at more than one point in these shows. Buffy the Vampire Slayer and Angel are unique fantasy series that will find a warm place in your un-staked heart. If you want to scream: Game of Thrones See all reviews for Game of Thrones This series has a lot of well-deserved hype. Introducing viewers to the fantastical realm world of Westeros, this series follows several people in their quest for power. Entertaining, well-written, and well-performed, George R.R. Martin’s come to life in a very beautiful way. It has dragons, magic, ice zombies, gore, more gore… okay, it has a LOT of gore. There is just so much that is good about this show! If you want to think: Six Feet Under See all reviews for Six Feet Under Brought to TV by Alan Ball (writer of American Beauty ), Six Feet Under analyzes, in darkly humorous fashion, death and how people react to it. It takes a look at a dysfunctional family who runs a funeral home. There aren’t many shows that can get you to laugh, cry, and think, but Six Feet Under does just that. Featuring a beautiful script and powerful acting, this HBO series should be a proud addition to your binge-list.
Sons of Anarchy has tapped a newguest star who is very familiar withtheGrimReaper. Six Feet Under alum Mathew St. Patrick has signed for a recurring role on the FX series'final season, TVLine reports. Read More... http://www.tvguide.com/News/Sons-Of-Anarchy-Mathew-St-Patrick-1085290.aspx?rss=breakingnews
True Blood doesn't premiere until the Fall, but Alan Ball's ( Six Feet Under ) new HBO series has already seen its pilot leaked on BitTorrent, and it now can add a viral marketing campaign to the list. Check it out: TruBlood Also, you can check out HBO's site for the show here . I'm super excited for this one, how about you? (And take note Moonlight fans - a new series about vampires to get excited about...) via PopCandy