BBC America continues its The Musketeers video series with a featurette on Aramis, played by Santiago Cabrera. The show premieres on June 22nd.
I am, quite frankly, way more excited about Witches of East End returning than I would have expected, so good job, show! Season two premieres on Lifetime on July 6th.
Hey look, it’s a promo for The Strain that actually shows a reasonable amount of footage from the show! It stars Corey Stoll and premieres on July 13th.
And another cryptic one, “Heart:”
The Musketeers premieres in the U.S. on June 22nd, and BBC America has started doing some promotion for it. In this video, learn a bit about Porthos, played by Howard Charles.
SPACE has renewed Bitten for a second season to air in 2015. So far as I know, no word yet on whether Syfy will show it.
Anonymous Content is developing a show based on Caleb Carr’s The Alienist.
Sundance is developing a Rip Van Winkle show.
Eric Overmyer will run Capitol Crimes, a show in development based on Warren Adler’s novels.
Warner Bros. has released the first trailer for This Is Where I Leave You, and it looks extremely promising! I really liked the book and am definitely looking forward to the movie, which will be out in September and stars Jason Bateman, Tina Fey, Jane Fonda, Adam Driver, Connie Britton, Timothy Olyphant, and many more. (Seriously, all of Hollywood is in this cast.)
Season two of Endeavour, the Morse prequel based on the characters of Colin Dexter and starring Shaun Evans as young Endeavour Morse, will be premiering on PBS’s Masterpiece Mystery in June, and I can’t wait. I’ve never actually seen the original Morse show, but I adored the first season of Endeavour. Here’s a preview for the new episodes:
The Leftovers premieres in just over a month, on June 29th, and HBO has released two new promos for the drama based on the novel by Tom Perrotta.
Charlie Cox will reportedly star in Netflix/Marvel’s Daredevil show.
Steven Berkoff will recur on Witches of East End.
Brett Cullen will appear on Under the Dome.
The Recovery Road pilot has cast Caroline Sunshine.
Mystery show Quirke, based on the detective novels of Benjamin Black set in 1950s Ireland and starring Gabriel Byrne as a medical examiner, is airing now in England on the BBC. I really liked the first novel in this series, Christine Falls, so I’m hoping the show makes its way to the U.S. soon. Anyone watching? How is it?
Here Gabriel Byrne discusses his character Quirke and says a little bit about the series in general:
And here Michael Gambon discusses his character as well as working with Gabriel Byrne: