According to The Hollywood Reporter, Ernie Hudson has landed the role of a Winston Wolf-type character on Epix’s upcoming political-satire series, Graves. Combined with the recent news that Hudson would make an appearance in the upcoming Ghostbusters reboot, this brings Ernie Hudson casting announcements to more than 40 times the national average. Show More Summary
Ernie Hudson has been cast in a recurring role in the political satire. read more
Ernie Hudson (Ghostbusters) has booked a recurring role opposite Nick Nolte on Epix original series Graves, a single-camera half-hour political satire produced by Lionsgate. In Graves, 25 years after his presidency, former CommanderShow More Summary
Revenge alum Roger Bart has landed a recurring role opposite Nick Nolte in Epix original series Graves, a single-camera half-hour political satire produced by Lionsgate. In Graves, 20 years after his presidency, former President Richard...Show More Summary
The theater veteran will recur on the political satire as a long-established D.C. speechwriter. read more
Callie Hernandez has booked a series regular role opposite Nick Nolte in Epix original series Graves, a single-camera half-hour political satire produced by Lionsgate. In Graves, 25 years after his presidency, former Commander in Chief...Show More Summary
Google has made more content available to its Android TV product, including programs from CBS, HBO, and Showtime. The streaming television service has also gained access to Disney Movies Anywhere, EPIX, WWE, and UFC. The apps associated with these content providers are now available in the Android TV app store. Show More Summary
Google today announced a slew of new content providers for its Android TV, including Showtime, HBO Now, CBS All Access, EPIX, WWE, UFC, and Disney Movies Anywhere. “So, as the nights get longer and colder, you now have another reason to stay in and binge on your favorite TV shows, movies, and sports content right […]
You might not be able to catch Optimus Prime on Netflix anymore, but soon you'll be able to see the autobot on PlayStation's TV alternative. After expanding its reach in the US, Vue has announced that it will offer EPIX Hits to the digital buffet of content already available. Show More Summary
I’m pleased to announce two new network channels have been added to PlayStation Vue. Starting today, you can access EPIX Hits and Machinima straight from your PS4 and PS3.
Masters Of Sex standout Heléne Yorke is set as a regular opposite Nick Nolte in the Epix original series Graves, a single-camera half-hour political satire produced by Lionsgate. In Graves, 25 years after his presidency, former Commander...Show More Summary
The premium entertainment network Epix has filled a key executive position in programming. Epix announced that Ben Tappan has been brought aboard as VP for scripted programming. Tappan joins the company from Landscape Entertainment, where he oversaw the day-to-day operations...
As it became an original series player with the pickup of its first two series, Graves and Berlin Station, EPIX is beefing up its development team. Ben Tappan, former SVP at Landscape Entertainment, has been hired as VP for ScriptedShow More Summary
Leland Orser has joined the cast of Epix’s first original drama series Berlin Station. The 10-episode contemporary spy series from Paramount TV and Anonymous Content, follows Daniel Meyer (Richard Armitage), a newly anointed case officer...Show More Summary
Susan Sarandon was poised to take on her first regular television role, in a half-hour political comedy called Graves for cable/streaming network Epix. But now, according to The Hollywood Reporter, Sarandon has dropped out of the show, which would have re-united her with Lorenzo’s Oil co-star Nick Nolte. Show More Summary
So much for Epix’s dream pairing of Nick Nolte and Susan Sarandon as the leads for its first original comedy series. The premium TV network/VOD service backed by Viacom, Lionsgate, and MGM said in a statement today that the Oscar-winning...Show More Summary
The comedy was poised to be the Oscar winner's first TV series regular role. read more
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The Oscar-winning actress opens up about her new TV comedy premiering Fall 2016 on Epix that takes aim at disgraced ex-POTUS George W. Bush.
Joining the likes of Google Play Movies and iTunes, streaming content provider EPIX announced on Tuesday that it will allow subscribers to download movies onto their mobile devices for later playback, whether or not there's an available internet connection. Show More Summary