Marvel’s Inhumans are ready for action.
ABC’s new superhero show has been touted as the first television series to debut in IMAX before hitting the broadcast airwaves. Which, in turn, raises the question: is this really worth the IMAX treatment?
We’ll have to wait a few more weeks for a definitive answer to that one (Inhumans hits IMAX Sep. 1). But in the meantime, ABC’s trying like hell to convince potential fans that it is.
To that end, they treated the Comic-Con audience to four lengthy clips, three of which featured very different types of action. Read more…
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Ryan Seacrest will soon be back to doing what he does best: Hosting American IdolThe Hollywood Reporter confirmed that the recently-announced host of Live with Kelly and Ryan will return to his roots as master of ceremonies for the singing competition show that got America addicted to singing competition shows.
The news was revealed by Seacrest’s co-host Kelly Ripa on Live with Kelly and Ryan.
“The show is going, we thought well and then all of a sudden we broke up,” Seacrest said of Idol, which ended on Fox earlier this year and will next air on ABC. “I thought it would be great to get back together at some point.” Read more…
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The first photo for Marvel’s Inhumans didn’t exactly fill us with confidence, and now that we’ve seen the new trailer… well, let’s just say it’s a good thing that the show still has three months of tweak time before it makes it to a gigantic Imax screen.
The latest Marvel-ABC series is executive produced by Scott Buck, the man who gave us Lumberjack Dexter and the divisive (to put it gently) Iron Fist, and while trailers aren’t always indicative of the finished product, we have to admit that we’re a little concerned at how Black Bolt, Medusa and the rest of the royals will translate to live action, especially given the amount of visual effects work the heroes will require. Read more…
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High concept dramas, musical moments and steamy procedurals feature heavily on ABC’s 2017-2018 schedule, which boasts two new shows from Shonda Rhimes (including a Grey’s Anatomy spinoff), a live musical version of The Little Mermaid, a revival of retro comedy hit Roseanne, and a reboot of American Idol with Katy Perry as judge.
Check out the new trailers and descriptions for ABC’s new series below.
The Good Doctor – Mondays at 10 p.m.
Not to be confused with The Good Wife, ABC’s new medical drama sounds like it’s taking a page out of House‘s playbook (which makes sense, since it’s created by House boss David Shore and Hawaii Five-O star Daniel Dae Kim). Read more…
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