This Halloween season, get your scares on with Channel Guide Magazine’s 2016 Fright Guide, a free special edition highlighting the best Halloween programming airing on TV in October. It’s a month’s worth of thrillers, horror and scare-you-out-of-your-seat TV.
No Tomorrow brings together two very different people just as the world is coming to an end — or so one of them believes. The CW’s charming romantic comedy is a sunny twist on the end-of-the-world genre, and executive producer Corinne Brinkerhoff acknowledges, “There are plenty of ‘apocalyptic doom’ kind of shows, and we wanted an ‘apocalyptic joy’ kind of show.” The series hopes to turn the proverbial ticking clock from foreboding to freeing and Brinkerhoff challenges, “We all fundamentally know — on a gut level — that the clock is ticking and that there’s no guarantee of any time. […]
It’s the 29th season of The Amazing Race and host Phil Keoghan believes the show is more relevant than ever. “We’ve always prided ourselves in having a very diverse cast — black and white, Republicans and Democrats, rich and poor, fit and unfit. We’ve always been a celebration of diversity, which to me is what America is.” So in a series first, The Amazing Race moves away from lifelong friendships and familial bonds and compiles teams by matching single contestants with complete strangers. “We decided that we would bring 22 complete strangers to the starting line. And then, literally pair […]
Sharp Objects premieres Sunday, July 8 at 9/8c on HBO Ask anyone who grew up in a small town. Change rarely amounts to a lick of good. Family businesses make local royalty of the generations who run them. Know your place and mind your own business. Except when you don’t, because gossip does so soothe the grinding sameness. And strangers? Well, they’re best welcomed with a healthy dose of suspicion. Particularly if they’re native sons or daughters who turned their back on their roots, then came back unrecognizable. Or if you think they might be a killer. This is the […]