sabato 31 agosto 2013

TWITTER-JAM - Le migliori twittate seriali della settimana

venerdì 30 agosto 2013

giovedì 29 agosto 2013

NEWS - Boom oltre lo schermo! I numeri da record di "Pretty Little Liars"
GOSSIP - Chi abbandona gli animali va preso di Peta. Krysten Ritter testimonial della campagna "se lasci un cane in auto ti corco"

mercoledì 28 agosto 2013

NEWS - Coven Garden! Il giardino del terrore di "American Horror Story" apre i suoi cancelli con un nuovo trailer

Post di Matt Webb Mitovich su "Tv Line"
Double double, toil and trouble…..
American Horror Story:Coven will begin brewing on Wednesday, Oct. 9, it has been officially announced by FX.

Exec producer Tim Minear revealed earlier this month that Coven will have “a feminist theme” as well as cover ”race and oppression and family … along with laughs and scares and a few tears.”
On the aforementioned family front, Jessica Lange will play a literally witchy mom to Sarah Paulson. It’s also been revealed that Angela Bassett is playing Marie Laveau, a character loosely based on “a woman in the 1800s who was very influential in the city,” while Kathy Bates will channel infamous 1830s New Orleans socialite/serial killer Madame LaLaurie.

Also on board for Coven are returning Horror Story players Denis O’Hare, Lily Rabe, Frances Conroy, Alexandra Breckenridge, Evan Peters and Taissa Farmiga, as well as new blood Emma Roberts, Patti LuPone and Gabourey Sidibe.

Four haunting teasers for the new Horror Story chapter — including the new one, “Stakes” are posted below:


lunedì 26 agosto 2013

L'EDICOLA DI LOU - Stralci, cover e commenti sui telefilm dai media italiani e stranieri

E se "Orange is the New Black" fosse il nuovo "Lost"?
"Two episodes into Orange Is the New Black and you'll already start to entertain comparisons to another old favorite. Not Weeds, although Jenji Kohan's new exploit does remind us fondly of how great the Showtime dramedy was when it started off, but Lost. Yes, just like every other high concept hour-long program that has come out since 2010, The New Black has already earned prospective connotation as the new Lost.
And it's clear why — star Taylor Schilling finds herself stuck in an isolated, strange, nearly uninhabitable location, surrounded by a collection of odd strangers, many with whom she struggles to coexist, each of whom have their own stories. Starting in the second episode, these other stories begin to unfold. In the form of flashbacks.
Yes, although we spend most of our time with Schilling's white collar Piper Chapman, serving a 15-month sentence after running some drug money with an old girlfriend more than a decade back, we do get a few glimpses into the pasts of her friends and foes in the prison — learning, in many a case, why and how these women found themselves behind bars.
You know, just like Lost. If you replace "prison" with island," and "behind bars" with "aboard a plane from Sydney to L.A.," and "women" with "people." You get the idea.
Lost devotees will surely be hesitant to sign onto Orange as a Dharma Initiative substitute. After all, this is just a goofy class system satire about some rich lady who goes to jail, right? Where's the time travel? Where's the smoke monster? Where's the boat that may or may not belong to Penny?
They're all in there. Okay, not literally, but they might as well have not been literally in Lost either. Everything on the ABC drama served entirely as a catalyst for the central goal: get these people in the same place. Learn about them. Teach one another about them. Show them, and us, that the only thing of importance is the fact that they are together.
Unfortunately, not everybody saw it this way, which is what has rendered Lost a failure in certain eyes. "What about the answers?" people ask, unwilling to accept that the only answer the show ever meant to deliver is that we don't need, and can never know, all the answers. We just need each other.
And that seems to be what Orange is up to as well. It's got its share of smoke monsters and polar bears: manipulative guards, doorless bathroom stalls, inedible food (don't tell Red I said that!). All ghosts that haunt the island of Litchfield, while the varied Flight 815 passengers — and Others! — are just trying to survive until their 108 days are up. But along the way, we have a feeling that these women will come to abide by that age old Shephardian maxim: live together, die alone".
(Michael Arbeiter)

"Il trivial game + divertente dell'anno" (Lucca Comics)

"Il trivial game + divertente dell'anno" (Lucca Comics)
Il GIOCO DEI TELEFILM di Leopoldo Damerini e Fabrizio Margaria, nei migliori negozi di giocattoli: un viaggio lungo 750 domande divise per epoche e difficoltà. Sfida i tuoi amici/parenti/partner/amanti e diventa Telefilm Master. Disegni originali by Silver. Regolamento di Luca Borsa. E' un gioco Ghenos Games.

Lick it or Leave it!

Lick it or Leave it!