The mystery of who killed Irving Reed (Harlan J Strauss) has everyone on edge during this week’s episode of Empire. As the impact of Reed’s death ripples throughout the Long Island community, everyone is handling their grief in a different way.
Will the new partnership between detective Cane Haven (Ryan Clardy) and photojournalist Jesse Jordan (Josh Davis) uncover something unexpected? Watch Empire’s latest episode “I Don’t Give A” after the jump!
That no good Theodora Grant Haven (Tina Sloan) is back causing havoc in Empire's upcoming season 4. In the latest trailer, the publishing magnate is dipping her well manicured hands inside the world of television entertainment news. Haven debuts TGH, a show which is a hybrid of E! News and TMZ , with a twist of her own special charm. Watch trailer below!
Time is running out to help the web’s best soap opera, DeVanity, in its campaign to help fund the upcoming third season! Deliciously delectable, DeVanity’s eight-episode second season delivered more drama, intrigue and must-see moments than half the daytime soaps still on air.
Starring a fantastic cast, led by creator Michael Caruso, DeVanity’s second season featured guest appearances by The Bold and the Beautiful’s Kyle Lowder, Robin Riker and Alana Stewart. Season 3 promises to be just as juicy with stars Gordon Thomson (Dynasty, Santa Barbara, Sunset Beach, Passions, DAYS), Maxwell Caufield (The Colbys) and Dallas legend Charlene Tilton already onboard for what is sure to be a wild ride!
To show its appreciation, DeVanity is offering perks to those who help donate to its third season. Fans who donate $5 receive a Twitter shout out. For a $10 donation fans will receive a Twitter and Facebook mention. A $25 donation will get fans a copy of DeVanity’s Second Season on DVD, while a $50 donator receives The DeVanity DVD Combo Pack. If you’ve ever dreamed of seeing your name in a series' episode credits, for a $100 donation, it can happen. To make your donation, or find out what DeVanity’s biggest perk is, visit Indiegogo.com.
An all-star cast and crew have assembled to bring sci-fi suds fans the high concept TV pilot Drifter, but they need your help to do it! From creator Jeff Koenig (The Mane Show With Tyler Mane, The Webventures of Justin and Aiden, Geek vs. Geek), Drifter is the saga of Will Blake (Darren Le Gallo), a man trapped on a damaged spaceship, with only 12 days to live.
Of course our hero faces mortality the way any perfectly rational moon jumper would — he uses the ship's computer to go inside a virtual re-creation of his favorite television series. And here I thought Fringe fans were a little over the top! Inside his fave show, Will gets to spend time with the series-within-a-series' female protagonist, played by Then We Got Help's brilliant creator/star Julie Ann Emery.
“It would be like watching an episode of Cheers while you’re sitting there, right at the bar” says Koenig. “Woody hands you a beer, Cliff makes some random off-hand observation, and Sam and Diane have one of their classic fights, not five feet in front of you. But what happens to Sam if you’re basically there to steal Diane away from him?”
Koenig, founder of geek-themed production company OMFGeek, LLC., is currently raising funds for the Drifter pilot via Mobcaster. The project also stars Buffy the Vampire Slayer alum Emma Caulfield, Al Thompson (The Cleveland Show, Lenox Avenue, Odessa), Rachael Hip-Flores (Anyone But Me), and Gary Ploski (Rising Star). Watch the Drfiter support video after the jump!
On today’s Pop Confidential podcast Jamey Giddens, Luke Kerr, Jillian Bowe and Melodie Aikels dive into TV’s latest buzz worthy headlines and storylines.
Did Glee’s Whitney Houston tribute live up to the PC Gang’s expectations? Who do they think will die in Grey’s Anatomy’s season finale? Luke and Jillian have a theory about who is behind the battle between the President and Olivia Pope on Scandal. Can Once Upon a Time maintain its premise or will it run out of story? Melodie is in love with The Secret Circle’s twists and turns.
Luke is enjoying Uma Thurman’s guest stint on Smash, but Jamey hates it. However, there is one thing on NBC’s Broadway-based drama that unites them. Tune into find out what.
The Real Housewives of Atlanta ends its season with a blockbuster reunion, as The Real Housewives of New Jersey returns for more drama on Bravo. The Kardashians land a three-year agreement to stay with E!. VH1’s Basketball Wives battles a boycott.
The LA Complex bombs on The CW.
All this and much more on today’s Pop Confidential podcast!
The delicious web soap DeVanity has scored another soaptastic star for its upcoming third season! Dallas star Charlene Tilton has been cast as Francesca DeVanity, “the bitter sister of the late Richard DeVanity.” Why haven't we seen her before, you might be asking? Apparently, Francesca has been in exile in Paris!