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  • Sports calendar, July 12-13

    THURSDAY Baseball 11a A's at Houston...

  • Kevin Durant tells basketball Instagram account to 'stop tagging me in this trash'

    Kevin Durant is once again spending his summer vacation leaving annoyed social media comments on random basketball accounts.

  • Animal Kingdom Recap: Orange Is the New Black and Blue — Plus, Did Nicky Survive Her Accidental Shooting?

    Warning: The following contains spoilers for Tuesday’s Animal Kingdom. Tuesday’s pivotal Animal Kingdom left the jailhouse rocked! After Smurf learned that she’d been assigned a new cellmate — ack! Alvarez! — the last thing the queenpin expected to happen did! And no, I don’t mean her getting a shiner from the convict that she’d framed […]

  • Nashville's Charles Esten Joins TNT Thriller Tell Me Your Secrets

    Charles Esten is leaving Nashville behind for an even more twisted locale. Esten, whose six-season run as country crooner Deacon Claybourne comes to an end later this month, has landed a recurring role on the upcoming TNT thriller Tell Me Your Secrets, our sister site Deadline reports. The drama follows three characters with equally disturbing […]

  • ‘Tell Me Your Secrets’: Charles Esten To Recur On TNT Series

    With Nashville nearing the end of its six-season run, star Chales Esten has booked its followup series gig — a season-long recurring role on TNT's upcoming thriller drama Tell Me Your Secrets (fka Deadlier Than The Male). Tell Me Your Secrets, which is toplined by Lily Rabe, Amy Brenneman and Hamish Linklater, marks Esten’s first major acting commitment since Nashville, whose series finale airs later this month on CMT. Created and written by Harriet Warner, Tell Me Your Se…

  • Animal Kingdom Recap: Who Took a Bullet as the Codys Declared War?

    Warning: The following contains spoilers from Tuesday’s bloody Animal Kingdom. Toward the end of Tuesday’s Animal Kingdom, Nicky only wanted one thing from J — and no, it wasn’t that. “You just have to promise me that you won’t let me die,” she said. Unfortunately, it looked an awful lot like that was going to […]

  • The new TNT: US Army researchers unveil explosive material that's 1.5 times more powerful

    The US Army Research Lab has teamed up with researchers at Los Alamos National Laboratory to create TNT’s successor using a new ‘melt-cast’ material said to be more powerful.

    Mail Online
  • Cable TV Renewal Scorecard: What's Returning? What's Cancelled?

    TVLine’s Cable Renewal Scorecard is nothing short of a #PeakTV blessing. This handy cheat sheet lists the status of more than 150 offerings on both basic and premium cable networks. Due to issues related to length as well as our own sanity, not every series is included. Nor should they be. (Our Broadcast-TV Renewal Scorecard can be found here, […]

  • The Snowpiercer TV show really seems to be going off the rails

    In Bong Joon-ho’s Snowpiercer, the whole plan to put the last vestiges of humanity in a giant train built on a brutal and destructive class system is a terrible idea, but it looks like TNT’s goal of turning Snowpiercer into a TV show is similarly ill-conceived—though at least nobody has had to eat anyone yet. The adaptation hit the train-equivalent of a speed bump back in January when original showrunner Josh Friedman dropped out of the project over “creative differences,” despite the fact that...

  • America's Best Top Chris Unravels Murders and Junk in the Trailer for I Am the Night

    The trailer for Patty Jenkins’ new miniseries has arrived, and it features plenty of Hollywood’s Greatest Chris regnant, Chris Pine. Read more...

    The Muse
  • The Alienist's 'Suspense Collection' Follow-Up, I Am the Night, Gets Trailer

    Fun fact: The Alienist, which aired in the late winter/early spring, apparently was the lead-off hitter in TNT’s new “Suspense Collection” of limited series. And now we have the second entry, titled I Am the Night. Starring Chris Pine and executive-produced by Wonder Woman director Patty Jenkins (who also directed a pair of episodes), the […]

  • ‘I Am The Night’: First Trailer For Patty Jenkins’ TNT Series Starring Chris Pine

    TNT has released the official trailer for limited series I Am The Night (fka One Day She’ll Darken), from executive producer and director Patty Jenkins, and starring Chris Pine, who also executive produces. The project reteams Jenkins and Pine, who worked together on Wonder Woman. Inspired by true events, I Am the Night tells the incredible story of Fauna Hodel (India Eisley) who was given away at birth. As Fauna begins to investigate the secrets to her past, she follows…

  • TNT books a third season of Claws and Animal Kingdom

    Displaying an unwavering commitment to buffed nails and buff surfers alike, TNT has given season-three renewals to Claws and Animal Kingdom. Read more...

  • Animal Kingdom, Claws Renewed

    TNT delivered good news to two of its summer series on Monday, renewing Animal Kingdom and Claws for Season 4 and Season 3, respectively. Crime drama Animal Kingdom stars Ellen Barkin as the matriarch of the Cody crime family, with Shawn Hatosy, Ben Robson, Jake Weary and Finn Cole rounding out the cast. Season 3 — […]

  • ‘Animal Kingdom’ & ‘Claws’ Renewed By TNT

    Coming off strong ratings for their season premieres, TNT has renewed hit drama series Animal Kingdom for a fourth season and Claws for a third go-round. The two-night, two-telecast season three launch of Animal Kingdom drew 4.3M Total Viewers and 2 million 18-49 viewers so far in Live +7, with the premiere alone drawing 978,000 18-49 in L+7. The season two premiere of Claws drew 1.3 million 18-49 in L+7, up 38% from last year's series debut. Season two is now tracking…

  • Animal Kingdom Recap: Crime Pays — Plus, Mia's Coconspirator Is...

    Tuesday’s Animal Kingdom was a biggie: Not only did we get a clue, if not quite an outright answer, about the identity of the person to whom Mia has been reporting, but J got busted “collecting the rent,” Deran took a new lover, Lena proved she’s a chip off the old block, and Nicky decided […]

  • Re-Creating New York’s Gilded Age, ‘The Alienist’ Production Designer Bought Out All The Cobblestone In Eastern Europe

    An Emmy nominee for the first season of True Detective, production designer Mara LePere-Schloop reteamed with executive producer Cary Fukunaga on TNT drama The Alienist, where she set out after the extremes of worldbuilding, recreating 19th century New York on an expansive Budapest backlot. Crafting eight city blocks in total, the production designer raised six-story tenement buildings in the middle of Hungary's brutal winter, striving to do justice to the "rich…