“Better Call Saul” will take place before, during and after “Breaking Bad” – will Walter White show up?
“That gives us the ability to bring back characters that were killed on ‘Breaking Bad,”” says co-creator Peter Gould.
WGN America”s “Manhattan” will premiere on broadcast channels, too
Tribune stations in 33 markets, including L.A.”s KTLA and New York”s WPIX, will carry the debut of the Atomic Bomb drama on July 27.
All 4 DC Comics-based shows will get a Comic-Con showcase
A three-hour event will feature “The Flash,” “Constantine,” “Arrow” and “Gotham.”
“Penny Dreadful” ends the season with 856,000 viewers
That”s slightly down from the 872,000 who watched the season premiere.
HBO officially makes Monday nights the home to documentaries
Nonfiction filming, including tonight”s “112 Weddings,” will be featured on Mondays.
“Under the Dome” returns, still running in circles
CBS tried to “sex up” the Season 2 premiere with a Stephen King-written episode (and a King cameo), but “at this point, attempts to keep the show interesting just bounce right off,” says Brian Lowry. “Part of that has to do with a loose interpretation of the 'limited series' description leading up to last season”s underwhelming cliffhanger, as well as a sense that while the characters remain trapped without an answer, viewers (at least, those who can find something else to occupy them between now and Labor Day) don”t have to be.” PLUS: “Dome” has a villain problem, how to fix “Dome,” and Stephen King says writing his first episode was “exciting.”