Tragic as Cory Monteith’s death is, the show will go on: Glee will continue, though USA Today reports that its season premiere will be delayed one week, to Sept. 26. It’s not the first television series to deal with the death of a star. Time rounds up nine more:
- Dallas: As Jim Davis, who played Jock Ewing, was struggling with
The “Hannibal” Season 1 finale, “Savoureux,” made one thing clear: Dr. Lecter wins this round. But even with series creator Bryan Fuller’s obvious preference for the unpredictable, we’re still betting on Will Graham in the long run.
If it’s hard to see exactly how Will (Hugh Dancy) can come back from this — now that he’s stuck in a cell after being arrested for the… Continue reading 'Hannibal' Season 1 finale recap: What happened when Will went face to face with Lecter?
Jon Bernthal knew from the beginning — from before the beginning — that Shane Walsh, the character he played for two seasons on AMC’s “The Walking Dead,” wasn’t going to make it.
In the original comic book, Shane doesn’t last past the first issue. But, says Bernthal, series creator Frank Darabont had a plan for Shane — one that kept him in the mix longer… Continue reading 'The Walking Dead': Jon Bernthal on how Shane's death went down, on-screen and off
I have been trying to figure out how a movie reportedly costing close to two hundred million dollars has failed to find a paying audience. The reviews have been either glowing or certainly respectful.
The enormously talented Martin Scorsese directed the movie based upon a successful children’s book by Brian Selznick, The Invention of Hugo Cabret, which deals with the adventures of a 12-year-old boy who literally lives within the cavernous… Continue reading Hugo, I Went