TV News — Tuesday, 14th June, 2011

  • Main CastSFX has an interview with Noah Wyle about his show Falling Skies, debuting July 5th on FX.
  • Anthony Head talks to Digital Spy about Buffys continuing appeal and what we can expect from Merlin in series 4.
  • The Hollywood Reporter has a first look at Chris Hardwick’s outing on the Ministry of Laughs debuting this Saturday on BBC America.
  • Doctor Who TV have a bunch of new pictures from Torchwood: Miracle Day.
  • Arthur Darvill talks to BBC News about the relief of finally being able to discuss the big reveal from the mid-series finale of Doctor Who, and his new role in the Shakespeare’s Globe version of Doctor Faustus.
  • Six series of HBOs show based on Neil Gaiman’s American Gods?  Yes Please.  From Screen Rant.
  • According to a Syfy Press release Eureka’s in for some major guest stars this year.  They’ll include Felicia Day, Will Wheaton, and comic legend Stan Lee.
  • Looks like the global launch of the iPlayer will take awhile to get to the US, with Western Europe getting first dibs starting sometime later this year.  A specific date still hasn’t been set, but the price is expected to be under $10 a month.  Oh, and it’ll only be on the iPad at first.  And to that we say BOOOOO.  From The Guardian.
  • Tosh.0 has been picked up for a 4th series by Comedy Central.  From Digital Spy.
  • Rick McCallum gives blastr a bit of info about those “50 hours of the Star Wars TV show” that have been talked about over the last few weeks.  Sounds like it’s no where near being filmed, if it ever will be, and from his description, it sounds like that might be a good thing.
  • Game of Thrones leads the nominations with 4 nods at the TCA Awards.  From Digital Spy.
  • The Killing (US) is finally renewed for a second series by AMC.  From Digital Spy.
  • Hulu has grabbed the rights to premiere Misfits in the US.  Which means we won’t expect to actually see it on our television screens any time soon.  From BBC News.