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Summer Television Critics Association Press Tour 2014

At the Beverly Hilton

  • John Constantine will return! And a first look at Jay Garrick's new TV Flash

    John Constantine will return! And a first look at Jay Garrick's new TV Flash

    Matt Ryan's John Constantine series may be cancelled, but the character is not dead. The great demon wrangler will return on "Arrow." But wait, there's more superhero news: We've also got the first look at Teddy Sears as Jay Garrick on "The Flash." On the Flash front, it had already been announced...

  • Reelz CEO is 'darn proud' the network aired Miss USA pageant

    Reelz CEO is 'darn proud' the network aired Miss USA pageant

    Reelz Chief Executive Stan E. Hubbard said Sunday the cable network was “darn proud” to air the 2015 Miss USA pageant after NBC and Univision dropped the TV event over pageant co-owner Donald Trump’s controversial remarks about Mexican immigrants. Hubbard addressed the decision when he took the...

  • TCA Press Tour 2014: The scene

    TCA Press Tour 2014: The scene

    At this summer's Television Critics Assn. Press Tour, actors, directors and other insiders give insight into their upcoming television programs.

  • Some 'Downton Abbey' details to hold you over before Season 5

    Some 'Downton Abbey' details to hold you over before Season 5

    American viewers are still a ways off from having the upstairs-downstairs bunch of "Downton Abbey" over as guests in their homes through the telly, but we have some crumpets of information to hold you over before then. Executive producer Gareth Neame and cast members Michelle Dockery, Laura Carmichael,...

  • TCA 2014: Ken Burns digs up unseen footage for 'The Roosevelts'

    TCA 2014: Ken Burns digs up unseen footage for 'The Roosevelts'

    Ken Burns is used to telling stories that have been told before. That comes with the territory when you work on documentaries covering momentous points in history, including the Civil War, World War II and the Prohibition era. But for his new seven-part, 14-hour documentary "The Roosevelts: An...

  • Season 5 of 'Downton Abbey' will begin airing in the U.S. on Jan. 4

    Season 5 of 'Downton Abbey' will begin airing in the U.S. on Jan. 4

    "Downton Abbey" is coming back in January — and the chief of PBS is warming up by hurling a few crumpets at TV rivals. Season 5 of the British drawing-room drama will premiere in America on Jan. 4, the public broadcaster announced Tuesday at the TV press tour in Beverly Hills. PBS President and...

  • TCA 2014: Where is 'The Strain' going? Look to Corey Stoll's wig

    TCA 2014: Where is 'The Strain' going? Look to Corey Stoll's wig

    FX's new vampire series "The Strain" has just begun its first season, but co-creator Guillermo Del Toro was not shy about discussing where the story would lead in future episodes during his appearance on a very packed panel at the Television Critics Assn. press tour on Monday. The Mexican director...

  • TCA 2014: 'Sons of Anarchy' finale is still up in the air

    TCA 2014: 'Sons of Anarchy' finale is still up in the air

    As FX's outlaw biker soap opera, "Sons of Anarchy," gets ready to come to the end of the road, creator Kurt Sutter surely knows how it will all end, correct? Um, not so fast. "It could all change. I'm a week and a half behind on Episode 7," Sutter said. He said that, although he usually has a rough...

  • 'Fargo' executive producers talk Season 2

    'Fargo' executive producers talk Season 2

    Winter is coming to 1979. One of the bigger announcements to come out of FX's session Monday at the Television Critics Assn. press tour in Beverly Hills was the renewal of critically acclaimed, multiple-Emmy nominated "Fargo" for a second season. And the drama's executive producers Noah Hawley...

  • TCA 2014: FX chief says 'Fargo' can work without a big star

    TCA 2014: FX chief says 'Fargo' can work without a big star

    John Landgraf, CEO of FX Networks, has often talked about the similarities between the FX drama "Fargo" and HBO's gritty "True Detective." Both were limited series, both were acclaimed projects featuring major film stars and both were universally acclaimed. But Landgraf said there was a key difference...

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