There is a new Caprica story over at Beginning of Line, written by Lotte Somerset. Check it out: Those Who Live and Die For the Game
Gun Hill Road with Esai Morales will be shown at the Inside Out Film Festival in Toronto tomorrow (Tuesday, May 24) at 7:15. Details and tickets at InsideOut.ca. Last week, the film was selected to open the Outfest -- it will be screened at the Orpheum Theatre in L.A. on July 7.
Los Americans premieres on PIC.tv in a couple of days. There are a bunch of behind-the-scenes photos on the show's Facebook page.
If you're in Vancouver, you can catch Leah Gibson in The True Heroines live show tomorrow. Details on Facebook.
John Carter of Mars with Polly Walker has had a title change and is now known simply as John Carter.
Dread Central has a longer synopsis of Snowmageddon, with Magda Apanowicz and Michael Hogan, which premieres in December:
When the Miller family discovers a mysterious gift outside their home on Christmas Eve, they could never imagine it would contain the power to doom their idyllic mountain community. The gift contains a snow globe with a perfect reflection of their own town inside. When they shake it, snow even begins to fall - whatever happens inside the snow globe happens to their town for real. But when buttons on the snow globe unleash a series of terrible disasters on the town, the family must band together and find a way to destroy it - before it’s too late.Adult Swim has picked up a new show with Patton Oswalt for the fall. Here is the description, from Collider:
The Heart, She Holler is a new live-action soap opera about folk who ain’t never used soap or seen an opera. It’s a satire on the emotional Hee-Hawification of America, set in a town so inbred, the folks have become almost supernaturally wrong. The series is produced by PFFR, and stars Patton Oswalt and Heather Lawless. The Heart, She Holler premieres this fall on Adult Swim.In not-so-good news, United States of Tara won't be returning next season.
The Charlie Da Clown Show, a short film with Ryan Robbins and Aleks Paunovic, is available on Funny or Die (embedded below, not safe for work):
Hart of Dixie with Scott Porter will air on Mondays at 9 pm (after Gossip Girl) on the CW this fall. MovieWeb has a longer description of the show, Seat 42f has the promotional stills, and Spoiler TV has photos from the upfronts. Here is the trailer:
Here are the teaser and sneak peek from tonight's Sanctuary (10 pm, Syfy), with Peter Wingfield guest starring:
The long trailer for Torchwood: Miracle Day:
And a Falling Skies behind-the-scenes video, with Mark Verheiden, among other people: