Last Week in Innsmouth
You can still catch last week’s Whispers, Spoilers and Speculation Corner here.
Check out Orrin Grey’s new anthology, Monsters from the Vault.
By Heather S. Vina
Bad news for fans of A&E’s Damien: The show has been cancelled.
Several of the networks have released trailers for their new shows. Not a whole lot of genre out there, but a few. You can see CBS’ videos up at the CBS YouTube channel. You can find ABC’s at the ABC YouTube channel. And you can find the NBC, CW and Fox ones up at the Television Promos YouTube channel.
TV Line has up a handy-dandy grid listing the new fall lineup.
Now that Supergirl is on the CW, the network boss announced at the upfronts that there would be a four-way crossover between that incoming show and the other Greg Berlanti headed shows: Legends of Tomorrow, Arrow and The Flash. The CW also dropped some hints about the upcoming seasons of Arrow and Legends of Tomorrow.
12 Monkeys: Executive producer Terry Matalas spoke with EW about the events in last week’s episode.
Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.: EW has up interviews with actors Luke Mitchell and Brett Dalton. Showrunners Jed Whedon and Maurissa Tancharoen spoke with The Hollywood Reporter and EW. Brett Dalton spoke with E!Online and the Hollywood Reporter.
The Flash: TV Line has up a video interview with Grant Gustin.
Game of Thrones: EW has up the promotional photos for episode “The Door.” Sophie Turner spoke with EW about her character’s familial reunion last week. Spoiler TV has up the official synopsis for episodes 6.06 and 6.07. TV Line has up the photos for episode 6.05.
Iron Fist: Actress Carrie-Anne Moss is joining the show as her Jessica Jones character lawyer Hogarth moves to the new series.
Legends of Tomorrow: TV Line has up a video interview with Caity Loitz. EW has up an interview with exiting actress Ciara Renee. Executive producer Marc Guggenheim spoiled with EW on the show’s unexpected arrival and the introduction of the Justice Society of America for season two. He also has an interview up with the Hollywood Reporter and one with TV Line.
Luke Cage: Games Radar has an interview up with star Mike Colter.
The Magicians: The cast was at the NBC upfronts. There’s a video of it up on the Twitter feed.
The Man in the High Castle: In a very abrupt move, showrunner Frank Spotnik has exited the series, causing production to halt temporarily.
Outcast: The first full episode is available on Cinemax’s YouTube site.
Outlander: After this weekend’s episode, the Hollywood Reporter has up an interview with the episode’s writer Toni Graphia and TV Line has an interview with Caitriona Balfe.
The Originals: After last week’s season finale, there are several postmortem articles out. You can read Julie Plec’s Blog about it at EW. Executive producer Michael Narducci has an interview up with TV Line and with EW.
Orphan Black: There’s a postmortem interview with co-creator John Fawcett over at EW on last week’s death.
Penny Dreadful: TV Line has up a behind-the-scenes video on how the show recreated the Wild West.
Preacher: The Hollywood Reporter has up an interview with Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg on their journey to get the show made. Spoiler TV has up the advanced preview on their site. TV Line has one up as well.
Scream Queens: E!Online has up some details on season two.
Star Trek: CBS revealed the new logo and early trailer for the new series.
Wayward Pines: Spoiler TV has up the official synopsis for episode three. EW has up an interview with M. Night Shyamalan and Donald De Line.
The X-Files: At the upfronts this past week, Fox chairman Dana Walden confirmed that the network, the actors, and Chris Carter are all on board for another season, but have to wait until everyone’s schedules sync up. But we probably won’t see new episodes until 2017.
Over at E!Online, the latest Spoiler Room has spoilers on shows The Flash, Wayward Pines, Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., Gotham, and Game of Thrones.
Supernatural (Wednesday nights, 9pm, CW)
By Paula R. Stiles
Titles so far for the season are “Out of the Darkness, Into the Fire” (11.01), “Form and Void” (11.02), “The Bad Seed” (11.03), “Baby” (11.04), “Thin Lizzie” (11.05), “Our Little World” (11.06), “Plush” (11.07), “Just My Imagination” (11.08), “O Brother Where Art Thou?” (11.09), “The Devil in the Details” (11.10), “The Sound of Silence” (now “Into the Mystic” 11.11), “Don’t You Forget About Me” (11.12), “Love Hurts” (11.13), “The Vessel” (11.14), “Beyond the Mat” (11.15), “Safe House” (11.16), “Red Meat” (11.17), “Hell’s Angel” (11.18), “The Chitters” (11.19), “Don’t Call Me Shurley” (11.20), “All in the Family” (11.21), “We Happy Few” (11.22), and season finale “Alpha and Omega” (11.23).
The show will be moving to Thursdays at 9pm after Legends of Tomorrow this fall.
Jus in Bello 7 was this past weekend in Italy.
Rumor has it (from a recent interview with Curtis Armstrong) that Andrew Dabb has already been in charge this latter part of the season, which might explain why the mytharc has gotten so shaky of late.
Jensen Ackles also said at Jus in Bello that the lead four actors on the show had a phone conference with the writers about the season finale.
The CW put out a new “sizzle” promo that managed to have nothing whatsoever about Supernatural.
We’ll be back next week with more news, spoilers and blatantly unabashed self-promotion. Stay tuned and check out our reviews of Game of Thrones, Doctor Who, Torchwood, The Event, Once Upon a Time, Grimm and Supernatural.