Two new citizens are officially joining The Purge. Syfy and USA’s TV adaptation of the ultra-violent franchise has found its leads in a War veteran and a Six star, in the process revealing some curious new details of the story.
TV viewers are no stranger to bleeped swear words in their favorite shows, but there’s always a double-take when F-bombs slip past the censors. It may now be intentional, as USA and Syfy are relaxing language standards on mature series – the sign of a coming trend.
Suits fans weren’t exactly surprised when Royal-to-be Meghan Markle confirmed her departure from the series after eight seasons, but that was only half the story. Not only is USA bringing the stealthily popular legal drama back for an eighth season without Markle or co-lead Patrick J. Adams, but Katherine Heigl now has a leading role.
The second season of USA’s Mr. Robot didn’t quite reach the heights of its first, but Season 3 has reason to celebrate regardless. Our first photo sees Elliot surprisingly social at a hackers’ gathering, while new intel suggest Tyrell Wellick will be back full-time this year.
Crazily enough, it’s getting harder and harder to schedule violent TV in between mass shootings. Where weeks ago TNT opted to reschedule The Last Ship Season 3 over its depiction of a nightclub shooting, USA’s aptly-named Shooter will now hold off a week in deference to the Dallas sniper attack.
While we'd imagine a truckload of pineapples already on its way to USA headquarters right now, a grim but expected day for 'Psych' fans has come. USA has officially decided to make the current eighth season the final bow for the long-running psychic detective comedy starring James Roday and Dule Hill, closing out the series with a March finale that precedes an hour-long live retrospective. And yet