Just in Time for Halloween, Here’s a Teaser for Season 3 of Ash vs. Evil Dead
From the looks of it, there’s a whole new batch of fun deadites, fun one-liners, and a whole new part of Ash’s family for the new season of Ash vs. Evil Dead.
See for yourself in the season 3 teaser here.
Ash vs. Evil Dead is set to return Sunday, February 25th, 2018.
Season 2 of Both Ash vs. Evil Dead and Blunt Talk Premiere Tonight
8PM on Starz.
Now, they’re going to play back-to-back in their second season premieres with Ash vs. Evil Dead kicking off the evening at 8PM and Blunt Talk right after at 8:30PM.
Blunt Talk Season 2 Gets Its First Teaser
It’s awhile, but it just might be worth the wait.
For now, you’ll have to just see what they’ve got in store for Stewart as Walter Blunt with this teaser.
Ash vs. Evil Dead Season 2 Teaser Has Arrived with Plenty of Blood and Guts
The TV adaptation Ash vs Evil Dead might be one of the more successful film franchise-to-TV series adaptation that’s ever been seen.
So far, the first season was a great start and the teaser for season 2 looks like it’ll be headed further into the blood, guts, firepower, and one liners that fans, both old and new, have come to love.
Look for the premiere of season 2 of Ash vs. Evil Dead on Starz in October.
The Season Finale of “Ash vs. Evil Dead” Is Tonight
Season one of #AshvsEvilDead ends tonight. Think of it like the best first date ever. We gave you a hand and you saw a lot of action.
9PM on Starz.
Series Premiere of “Ash Vs. Evil Dead” Is Tonight
9PM on Starz.
If you’ve been the type of person that’s just been quoting “Shop smart. Shop S-Mart!” and like carrying a boomstick around, tonight might be your night as Bruce Campbell returns to his legendary role as badass, Ash in Starz’s new series Ash vs. Evil Dead, appropriately on Halloween night.
If you don’t have Starz, now might be a good time to get it.
“Ash Vs. Evil Dead” Gets a Second Season Order Before Series Premiere
Don’t you just wish more series renewals were this quick?
Apparently, Ash vs. Evil Dead is tracking well enough before its series premiere this Saturday on Halloween that Starz felt it necessary to keep Bruce Campbell, his posse, and his boomstick alive beyond 10 episodes.
We hope such a sign of faith in the series should bode well for how great this first season of Ash vs. Evil Dead very well may be.
The Series Premiere of “Blunt Talk” Is Tonight
Make sure you have Starz tonight.
With the forces of Jonathan Ames, Seth MacFarlane, and Sir Patrick Stewart combined, we will all get the darkly comedic cable news show Blunt Talk starting tonight at 9PM on Starz.
One of the best parts of this is that it doesn’t interfere with any of the four comedy specials also premiering tonight.
Starz Has Put Up The First Two Episodes of “Blunt Talk”
If you’ve really been pining to see more of the comedic Sir Patrick Stewart, you won’t have to wait around until next weekend.
However, Starz was nice enough to let us all preview two episodes a week before.
You can watch both of them right here.
Patrick Stewart Gets Even More Unhinged in New “Blunt Talk” Trailer
Jonathan Ames and Seth MacFarlane’s Blunt Talk looks more and more like a much more fun version of The Newsroom that seems to have less rants and more of Sir Patrick Stewart really, really living it up.
He might even be overdoing it.
The Trailer For “Ash vs. Evil Dead” Looks Like It Could As Much Fun as The Original Trilogy
This week, Comic-Con got a whole dose of Bruce Campbell returning to his former glory as the boomstick carrying, one-liner-at-the-ready Ash from Evil Dead, Army of Darkness, and Evil Dead II.
The new trailer for Ash vs. Evil Dead the Starz adaptation of the Sam Raimi-Campbell franchise was screened for those in attendance and is now online for all of us to enjoy with its badass, gory hilarity. It only stands to reason that Raimi and Campbell reuniting should conjure the same cult horror-comedy magic they did on the first go around.
Also, Lucy Lawless seems to be joining Campbell’s side, which is definitely a plus.
Ames and MacFarlane’s “Blunt Talk” Starring Patrick Stewart Gets First Teaser
One of the more intriguing series to come down the pipeline from Starz has to be Blunt Talk, which has Sir Patrick Stewart take a comedic turn in a series created by Jonathan Ames and executive produced by Seth MacFarlane.
British newscaster Walter Blunt [Patrick Stewart] comes to Los Angeles, intent on conquering the world of American cable TV. Through the platform of a nightly interview show, Blunt is on a mission to impart his wisdom and guidance on how Americans should live, think and behave. Unfortunately, Blunt is constantly harassed by interfering network bosses, a dysfunctional news staff, and his numerous ex-wives and children. Blunt must now deal with the fallout from his well-intended but misguided actions, both on and off the air, with only an alcoholic manservant at his side.
So, we’re thinking this falls somewhere in the realm of The Newsroom meets Veep and thus we’ll be looking excitedly for a full trailer, hopefully soon.
Starz to Have “Evil Dead” Series With Both Star Bruce Campbell and Director Sam Raimi Returning
So, it turns out that the Army of Darkness sequel that Bruce Campbell and Sam Raimi were working on, is ending up as a series on Starz.
Bruce Campbell as Ash, Sam Raimi, and his boomstick are all set to return in 2015 to follow up after where Army of Darkness left off.
This series adaptation of Evil Dead franchise along with Jonathan Ames-Seth MacFarlane’s Blunt Talk starring Patrick Stewart will be two very good reasons to tune into Starz next year.