Bobby Cannavale In Talks To Star In HBO Rock 'N' Roll Series From Martin Scorsese, Mick Jagger & Terence Winter - Deadline.com
I'm in.The untitled Rock ‘n’ Roll Project follows the exploits of Richie (Cannavale), a cocaine-fueled record exec in NYC circa 1977, when punk, disco and a new form of music called hip-hop collided. Richie is a talented A&R guy who is elevated to run a big label, even though he thinks he’s better suited to focusing on day-to-day music matters.
No way this can't be good...
Woody Harrelson and Matthew McConaughey in 'True Detective' and More Exclusive First Looks! | Photo 1 of 39 | EW.com
Woody Harrelson and Matthew McConaughey Team Up
The two Texas-born actors are joining forces for HBO's True Detective, an eight-episode anthology series directed by Cary Fukunaga about two cops — pessimist Rust Cohle (Matthew McConaughey, right) and emotional family man Martin Hart (Woody Harrelson, left) — on a 17-year hunt for a serial killer. ''It's more about the detectives than it is about the killer,'' explains writer and executive producer Nic Pizzolatto, who notes that the show, which is set to debut in early 2014, starts with the murders in 1995 and follows the twists and turns from there. ''We trace both the case and the relationship [between the cops] and how they change — or don't change — as the years progress.'' Pizzolatto describes the series (currently shooting in Louisiana) as a realistic adult drama, but says that McConaughey and Harrelson keep the mood light when the cameras aren't rolling. Adds the writer: ''For such a dark show, we're having a lot of fun.'' —Nuzhat Naoreen
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Carrie Preston Talks TRUE BLOOD Season 6, the New Showrunner, PERSON OF INTEREST, and More | Collider
Maybe I am just burned by too many bad seasons and feeling like I have to keep watching simply because I have invested my time so far, but I really hate this show. It's a dumb dumb dumb soap opera and it is not even cheesy fun anymore. Last night's premiere was tiresome. Tiresome. And I will watch again next week and the week after but at least I am past the point where I have optimism that this show will turn it around and my suffering will be worth it. **** you True Blood...**** You!!!!!
I totally agree. I finished last night's premier and was just thinking "do I really care enough to keep watching this show?"
Just don't care much for many of the characters, the storylines are just weird if not confusing. The best part of the episode was my jumping and saying "whoa isn't that Lothos from buffy the vampire slayer?"
I think I'll just wait for the season to be finished to watch it. No point waiting every week for what this show is.
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I feel like they got so wrapped up into the love stories and trying to top each season with a newer more outrageous creature that the show lost its heart. Bummer considering the first season is awesome