20th Century Fox Television also will bring the world premiere of Fox’s new half-hour comedy ‘Son of Zorn’ to the convention this year.
20th Century Fox Television is gearing up for a big showing at Comic-Con 2016.
24: Legacy, the Prison Break revival and the final season of Bones are among the 13 panels set for the San Diego-based convention, it was announced Monday.
The 24 team on hand will include original executive producers Howard Gordon, Manny Coto and Evan Katz as well as new castmembers Corey Hawkins, Miranda Otto and Jimmy Smits.
Prison Break stars Wentworth Miller, Dominic Purcell, Sarah Wayne Callies and Robert Knepper also are set to appear alongside producer Vaun Wilmott.
In addition to sneak peeks at the new installments of 24: Legacy and Prison Break, attendees also will get first looks at upcoming remakes of The Rocky Horror Picture Show and The Exorcist, as well as the world premiere of the new half-hour comedy Son of Zorn, which hails from The Last Man on Earth executive producers Phil Lord and Christopher Miller.
Returning to San Diego for the final time, Bones stars Emily Deschanel, David Boreanaz, TJ Thyne, Michaela Conlin, Tamara Taylor and John Boyd will be joined by executive producers Jonathan Collier and Michael Peterson to discuss the upcoming 12th and last season of the long-running drama.
Other returning series include Scream Queens, which made a splashy debut last year, Last Man on Earth, Family Guy, The Simpsons, TBS’ American Dad, Bob’s Burgers and WGN’s Salem.
No dates, times and venues have yet been announced. San Diego Comic-Con is set to run July 20-24 at the San Diego Convention Center.
Added screencaptures from Prison Break Trailer.
– Prison Break Trailer
Added 2016 Winter TCA Portraits which were taken during Winter Television Critics Association press tour at the Langham Hotel on January 10 2016.
Thanks to my friend Jay and Holly for these.
– Photographed in 2016 2016 Winter TCA Portraits – January 10 2016
12 June 2016 Comments Off on Prison Break – More details on revival plot
Deadline was talking to Dominic Purcell and talked about Prison Break revival.
DEADLINE: What more can you say about the scene you were shooting at the time?
It was just basically me running into this prison to look for my brother, Michael (Wentworth Miller). I can’t reveal too much of the plot, obviously, but there was a reason why I was running in, and a reason why all the guards were running out of the prison. Because basically, the regime in Yemen had collapsed, it was in complete chaos and turmoil, and the gates were open so all the prisoners were released. And I’m running in trying to get through and find Michael, and I can’t. But then the iron bar hit me on the head, and apparently, the whole cage then collapsed on me after I hit the ground. But I didn’t feel that.
DEADLINE: What more can you reveal about storylines of the Prison Break reboot and your character?
PURCELL: It’s tying into what’s going on in the world today with terrorism. The show is taking place in Yemen; we’re dealing with ISIS and ISA, and obviously we left off with Michael presumably dead. He wasn’t, he ended up working for this organization. It got to the point where he couldn’t do it anymore, and they threw him in a jail in Yemen to change his mind. He didn’t change his mind, they set him up…Paul Scheuring has written all of the nine episodes. Honestly, the fans are going to be blown away by this. It’s really a riveting, high-tension thriller. It’s an extraordinary, extraordinary show. I’ve seen the dailies of it, and it looks like a cross between Bourne Identity and American Sniper. It’s crazy. It’s really, really cool.
31 May 2016 Comments Off on RANKED: The 10 new TV shows that people are most excited about
Fox has hype on its side, based on this top 10 of new shows generating the most conversation out in the world. It has more titles on the list than any other broadcast network.
That could be attributed to the many reboots, remakes, and spin-offs on its programming slate for the next year, announced alongside other networks at the recent upfronts event.
ListenFirst Media measured and analyzed the upfront content that resonated most across across Facebook, Google+, Instagram, Tumblr, Wikipedia, and YouTube, from May 16 to May 22. It then scored and ranked the shows according to the data.
“There were a lot of surprises in terms of online fan reaction to upfronts this year,” ListenFirst Co-Founder and Co-CEO Jason Klein told Business Insider. “Fans are going crazy over revivals that took advantage of pre-existing fan bases like Fox’s ‘Prison Break’ and CBS’s ‘Star Trek.’ NBC’s ‘This is Us’ and ‘Timeless’ have shown particularly strong buzz so far, achieving levels of engagements from views, retweets, shares, etcetera that are unheard of among the broadcast shows based on new concepts.”
1. “Prison Break” (Fox)
Synopsis: When clues surface that suggest a previously thought-to-be-dead Michael Scofield (Wentworth Miller) may be alive, his brother, Lincoln Burrows (Dominic Purcell), reunites with Michael’s wife, Sara (Sarah Wayne Callie), and Fox River State Penitentiary’s most notorious escapees to engineer the series’ biggest breakout ever.
24 May 2016 Comments Off on ‘Prison Break’ cast: Where are they now?
Wentworth Miller had made various guest appearances in shows like “Buffy the Vampire Slayer” and “Joan of Arcadia,” but he got his big break on “Prison Break” (no pun intended), playing Michael Scofield, who gets himself sent to prison on purpose so he can rescue his brother. Since then, he’s drifted more into the superhero world, starring as Leonard Snart/Captain Cold in “The Flash” and “Legends of Tomorrow.”
24 May 2016 Comments Off on ‘Prison Break’ Vaults Fox Atop Upfronts Digital Buzz
Fox’s “Prison Break” reboot emerged as the buzziest program out of last week’s broadcast upfronts after garnering more than 10.3 million engagements across digital platforms.
For the period between May 16-22, the series’ trailer generated 1.5 million reactions from fans on Facebook, most of any other new series teased at upfront presentations. The video also ranked as the most viewed trailer on YouTube, with more than 7 million views.
Alongside “Prison Break,” Fox was responsible for five of the top 10 most engaging programs coming out of upfronts this year, with the network successfully activating fan communities of “Lethal Weapon,” “The Exorcist,” and “24: Legacy” as they launch the revivals.
While “Prison Break” led based on cross-channel engagement, NBC’s upcoming series “This Is Us” published the most-viewed trailer out of upfronts, attracting more than 46 million combined views across Facebook and YouTube – 16 million more views than “Prison Break” in second place. Additionally, NBC was the most talked-about network in relation to upfronts, nearly tripling all other broadcast networks based on Twitter and Facebook conversation.
20 May 2016 Comments Off on ‘Prison Break’ Revival Is Most-Watched New Show Trailer After Upfronts
Fox’s “Prison Break” revival is the freshman show leading the pack when it comes to early audience interest, after the broadcast networks revealed their 2016-17 season schedules at the Upfronts this week.
ABC, NBC, CBS, Fox and The CW presented their new slate of original programming to advertisers beginning with NBC on Sunday, and fans quickly took to YouTube to check out the new trailers.
As of Friday morning, the “Prison Break” trailer had amassed over 6.6 million views since its debut on Monday, putting it ahead of the other 35 trailers the networks released collectively. The new chapter of the Fox original series brings back stars Wentworth Miller and Dominic Purcell for another attempt to “engineer the series’ biggest prison break ever.”
20 May 2016 Comments Off on Legends of Tomorrow finale recap: ‘Legendary’
So after all those temporal pit stops and misadventures and road blocks, did the “legends” finally become actual…legends?
If all you wanted them to do was kill Vandal Savage, then yes, they’re legends. If you, as Stein pointed out in the pilot, require legends to die first, well then, Rip Hunter apologizes for not going through with flying into the sun.
But I’m getting ahead of myself. When the hour begins, Rip decides it’s time to go forth and kill Savage himself, so he uses a hologram to drop the “legends” off in Star City 2016, five months after they had left. Everyone attempts to go back to a normal life, but it’s not exactly easy to shake off the memory of more than a dozen time-traveling adventures. Ray and Mick, strangely enough, vow to do right by Leonard and finish their mission. Stein plays a pleasant game of historical trivia with his wife but wishes he were helping finish what he had signed up for. And as the team gathers to try to bring Rip to them, Sara joins the fray as well.
20 May 2016 Comments Off on 1×16 – Legendary Screencaptures
Screen Captures from 1×15 – Destiny have been added to gallery.
– Screen Captures 1×16 – Legendary