Epix’s original scripted series Berlin Station took the stage on day 1 of the TCA tour to offer tidbits on what’s to come in the new season. Created by Olen Steinhauer, the first season follows Daniel Miller (Richard Armitage), a new...Show More Summary
TV critics attending TCA appear to be suffering from Donald Trump exhaustion, and could not screw up the energy to ask outspoken Nick Nolte any questions about our current POTUS when he came to the confab to discuss his POTUS comedyShow More Summary
Pay cable network Epix just launched its first scripted original series in 2016 with Berlin Station and Graves. For its third, show runner Davey Holmes has adapted Get Shorty. The series will apparently be closer to the Elmore Leonard source material than the 1995 movie which was based on the book. Show More Summary
Kicking off TCA’s summer 2017 clambake, cast and creators of Epix’s Get Shorty got asked to mull the difference between series, the movie, and the Elmore Leonard book on which both are based. “It’s like visiting the same bar at different...Show More Summary
Epix has slotted Season 2 premiere dates for its original drama series Berlin Station and comedy Graves, along with the debut of original documentary film Danica. Berlin Station Season 2 will bow Sunday, October 15 at 9 PM; Graves will...Show More Summary
Epix has ordered a four-episode second season of its award-winning documentary series America Divided for premiere in 2018. The network announced the renewal during the show’s session Tuesday at TCA. Season 1 of America Divided tacked...Show More Summary
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Secrets and Lies alum Juliette Lewis is putting her musical background to work. The Oscar- and Emmy-nominated actress is set to recur on Season 2 of the Epix comedy Graves as Bailey Todd, a hard-living, leather-clad, tell-it-like-it-is NYC music manager and producer. Show More Summary
The comedian and actor appears in the new film “The Big Sick” and next month will appear in the Epix series “Get Shorty.”
EPIX is rolling out a slate of new original specials to premiere this fall. The lineup includes: “Danica,” a documentary about NASCAR and IndyCar racer Danica Patrick, premiering in fall 2017. “Foreman,” a documentary about heavyweight champion George Foreman, premiering...
Press release from EPIX, June 20, 2017: Premium television network EPIX(R), an MGM company, today announced a roster of all-new original offerings to premiere this year: documentaries Danica and Foreman as well as comedy special Anjelah Johnson: Mahalo & Goodnight....
Epix has slated a pair of original documentaries on barrier-smashing athletes and a stand-up special from the woman behind the MadTV character Bon Qui Qui. New sole owner MGM said last month that it plans to increase spending on Epix originals, and these three projects are the first to be announced. Show More Summary
“Mr. Moreweather! I’m sure you’re really busy, but I have a script I just know you’re gonna love,” an excited Miles Daly (Chris O’Dowd) tells Rick Moreweather (Ray Romano) in a sneak peek clip from Epix’s upcoming original series Get...Show More Summary
Matt Long (Mad Men, Private Practice) and Lauren Weedman (Hung, Looking) have booked recurring roles opposite Nick Nolte of season 2 of Epix comedy series Graves, from Lionsgate TV. After a year of public protests against his Presidential...Show More Summary
“Straight/Curve,” a documentary, is tackling the world’s high beauty standards. You can watch the trailer below and watch the film in full on EPIX Wednesday, June 21. Straight/Curve Trailer from Jenny McQuaile on Vimeo. Related on EcoSalon...Show More Summary
In-car entertainment systems have become much more sophisticated with the dawn of the connected car. The likes of Spotify are now integrated into many vehicles, and Google recently revealed it’s developing a version of Android that’s specifically for cars and works without the need of a smartphone. Show More Summary