666 park avenue's posts - Chinese uPOST

10 Most Hilariously Unfaithful TV Shows Based On Books 10 Most Hilariously Unfaithful TV Shows Based On Books

You think Game of Thrones is taking liberties with George R.R. Martin’s books? That’s nothing. All too often, when people adapt books for television, they basically treat the source material as a series of suggestions. Here are the 10 science fiction and fantasy shows that veered farthest from their book origins.

666 Park Avenue Is A Modern-Day Rosemary's Baby 666 Park Avenue Is A Modern-Day Rosemary's Baby

I watch all my TV online, so I completely missed 666 Park Avenue when it aired on ABC from September 2012 to July 2013. I only stumbled across it recently when I was trawling the bottomless pit of B-grade horror that Netflix has. To my surprise, the show wasn't complete garbage. In fact, it was actually really, really…

This Week's TV: Is Batman's new show as good as the Animated Series? This Week's TV: Is Batman's new show as good as the Animated Series?

Did Syfy steal the idea for Sharknado from The Middleman? And just how many memes will Sharknado spawn? Also, the brand new Batman series reinvents Bat-continuity, but will it be worth your Bat-time? Gravity Falls is back! Check out clips and previews of all this week's television.

This Week's TV: Beautiful People Get Trapped at a Meteor Crash Site! This Week's TV: Beautiful People Get Trapped at a Meteor Crash Site!

This week, a brand new show introduces us to a group of young fortune-hunters, who strip half naked and blunder around the world's biggest meteor impact site. Plus baby mammoths, Clarke's Law put to the test, and sex possibly going extinct! Check out tons of clips and details for this week's television.

This Week's TV: The Only New Show This Summer That's Truly Addictive This Week's TV: The Only New Show This Summer That's Truly Addictive

Seriously, it's been a tough time for science fiction on network TV lately — but that losing streak ends tonight, with the summer's one must-see new show, Under The Dome. Plus Syfy gives us the crazypants over-the-top summer movie you'll never admit you crave. Check out clips and details for all of this week's TV…

This Week's TV: Are you ready to say goodbye to Futurama forever? This Week's TV: Are you ready to say goodbye to Futurama forever?

It's going to be tough to let go. But hopefully the final batch of Futurama episodes, starting this week, will help numb the pain of saying farewell to the Planet Express Crew. Meanwhile, there's a superhero "girls' night out," and someone finally explains how sex works. Plus Finn and Jake have a time machine!

Crazy Rumors for Guardians of the Galaxy, Man of Steel, and Doctor Who Crazy Rumors for Guardians of the Galaxy, Man of Steel, and Doctor Who

Could the villain of Marvel's big space opera be the ruler of one of its most famous alien races? Could a Man of Steel prequel comic set the stage for one of Superman's closest allies? Could a villain of anniversary specials past return to menace the Doctor on his 50th anniversary? Maybe not, but prepare for spoilers!

Lots More Guardians of the Galaxy Casting Rumors. Plus the Latest Tenuous Star Wars Rumor! Lots More Guardians of the Galaxy Casting Rumors. Plus the Latest Tenuous Star Wars Rumor!

Asgardian warrior Jaime Alexander reveals what to expect from a darker, more cosmic Thor: The Dark World. The actor behind Emperor Xerxes previews 300: Rise of an Empire. Plus some hints that Revolution might finally crank up the action when it returns.

ABC exorcises 666 Park Avenue from its schedule ABC exorcises 666 Park Avenue from its schedule

ABC already canceled the real estate snuff porn show 666 Park Avenue, but now it turns out the final episodes of the first season have actually been pulled off the network's schedule. If any of you were hoping that 666 could get a last-minute reprieve if the ratings improved this spring... stop holding your breath. [EW

Jamie Foxx takes us inside the twisted mind of his Amazing Spider-Man 2 villain! Jamie Foxx takes us inside the twisted mind of his Amazing Spider-Man 2 villain!

Robert Downey, Jr. drops some Iron Man 3 hints. Samuel L. Jackson talks about the future of Nick Fury. Check out a new video interview with Star Trek Into Darkness stars Benedict Cumberbatch and Alice Eve. Mad Max: Fury Road finishes filming at long last. Plus another possible Guardian of the Galaxy star!

Could Joseph Gordon-Levitt make a cameo appearance in Man of Steel after all? Could Joseph Gordon-Levitt make a cameo appearance in Man of Steel after all?

Probably not, but a very important person isn't quite denying it. J.J. Abrams keeps talking up Benedict Cumberbatch's Star Trek villain, whoever he might be. John Barrowman discusses his Arrow villainy. Plus go deep inside The Hobbit's visual effects!

Tons More Star Trek Into Darkness Trailer Details. Plus a Surprise Guest Star for Doctor Who's Christmas Special! Tons More Star Trek Into Darkness Trailer Details. Plus a Surprise Guest Star for Doctor Who's Christmas Special!

Iron Man 3 is filming in China after all — and they've added a Chinese star. Martin Sheen is returning for more in The Amazing Spider-Man 2. Peter Jackson discusses Middle-Earth's cinematic future. Felicia Day returns to Supernatural. Plus a great look at Superman's new costume!

This Week's TV: It had to happen. Summer Glau is playing an elf! This Week's TV: It had to happen. Summer Glau is playing an elf!

She's played a killer robot, a super-soldier and a couple of types of mutants... but how did it take this long for Summer Glau to play an elf? At last, the wait is over! Also, Victoria's Secret is done with superhero costumes and they're doing some kind of "nightmare circus" look. Neil Patrick Harris helps to judge…

Joss Whedon's S.H.I.E.L.D. adds its newest, most fearsome agent! Joss Whedon's S.H.I.E.L.D. adds its newest, most fearsome agent!

Ridley Scott is still working on The Forever War. And Safety Not Guaranteed's Colin Trevorrow has set his sights on a science fiction property that's almost as well-regarded. Kellan Lutz is making one seriously bonkers film as his Twilight follow-up.

This Week's TV: Two of your favorite comic book characters are coming to television! This Week's TV: Two of your favorite comic book characters are coming to television!

This week's television includes the debuts of two of your favorite characters from the world of comics: The Walking Dead reveals a "fan favorite character," and Arrow introduces the Huntress. Plus someone is taking huge, possibly unforgiveable liberties with Pinky and the Brain! Mira Sorvino shows us what happens when…

Just who will play the new Harry Osborn in Amazing Spider-Man 2? Just who will play the new Harry Osborn in Amazing Spider-Man 2?

Don't panic: Zachary Quinto has already shot down an alarming Star Trek rumor. An all-important actor says he might return for Star Wars: Episode VII. Steven Moffat and Matt Smith talk Doctor Who's latest Christmas special. Plus a reassuring Robocop set photo, a new look at Blomkamp's Elysium, and a pair of Walking…

This Week's TV: An Hour of Television That Might Just Ruin Superheroes Forever This Week's TV: An Hour of Television That Might Just Ruin Superheroes Forever

This week on television, Syfy brings you an unprecedented second sequel to Dungeons & Dragons, and you'll be quoting this dialogue for months. Revolution gets to the point, with a Led Zeppelin soundtrack. Check out a Fringe marathon, featuring brand new science knowledge. There's a camptastic superhero tribute that…

ABC Cancels Both 666 Park Avenue  and Last Resort ABC Cancels Both 666 Park Avenue and Last Resort

Goodbye, terrible show about a haunted building that rich people live in. Goodbye, fairly promising submarine series that allowed us to see Scott Speedman wet, a lot. It is a shame, because Last Resort was just starting to get good. At the same time, we had long since forgotten about 666 Park Avenue.

More 666 park avenue's posts »

Language