How the fuck did I miss that he quit the show last December? So, totally bew team for Season 4. Will be interesting.
Two of the stars of Misfits have confirmed their departures from the show.
E4′s hit teen superhero drama finished its third series this weekend, but now Iwan Rheon, who played Simon Bellamy has followed co-star Antonia Thomas out of the door.
Rheon said of his departure: “Thanks for all the comments and support. I’m so grateful for the opportunity that Misfits gave me and all the fun I had doing it. But I have left now and look forward to doing exciting new things. The show must go on!”
Thomas confirmed her departure yesterday (December 19) after the character Alisha was killed off in Sunday’s series finale. She subsequently wrote on Twitter: “I won’t be coming back for series four but I can’t wait to see it! I’ve had an amazing time in Misfits – it has been epic!”
This is Finn, one of the new cast members. Is Short. Matt Strevens: So we have Jess and Finn are on community service and we meet them in episode 1. Then we have Alex, who is not in orange but is key to the series story arc and finally Abby who the gang meet at a party later in the series but you will have to see if she joins the main gang or not
Excellent news. The show has a huge heart.
TVLine has confirmed that the Danny McBride-starring series is suiting up for an eight-episode Season 4.
In last season’s finale – which drew 1.6 million viewers — former pro baseball pitcher Kenny finally got called back up to the big leagues. But he walked away from it all, faked his death and returned to Myrtle Beach to be with April and their son.
Speculation about the show’s demise ran rampant. McBride, though, always left the door open, saying in this HBO Q&A that “as long as [Kenny Powers] is alive, there are a lot of stories you could tell.”
Well, seems the movie is gone and is just a ten episode TV season. SWEET ASSED NEWS.
Creator Mitch Hurwitz and several Bluth faves (including Will Arnett and Jeffrey Tambor) took the stage Tuesday at a Netflix-sponsored event, and revealed exciting new details about the second coming of the erstwhile comedy.
First up, Netflix chief Ted Sarandos confirmed that Arrested‘s upcoming fourth season — which goes into production this summer and consists of 10 new episodes — will be released in its entirety on the pay-streaming site sometime in 2013.
Other fun takeaways from the Netflix event (courtesy of Vulture):
• The new season will no longer be in anthology form, focusing on one Bluth or extended family member per episode (as was previously reported). Rather, Hurwitz said the reboot “is now evolving into becoming more like the old show again.”
• Bob Loblaw lives! When asked about the possibility of Scott Baio reprising his role as the Bluth’s attorney, Hurwitz confirmed, “We will bring him back… It’s kind of a one-joke thing. But if you guys don’t mind bringing it back, we’ll give it to you.”
• Hurwitz isn’t ruling out a fifth season. “We would love this to be the first first of many visits,” he shared.
Cool, from the clips posted on YouTube William rocked as the dealer in ‘American Idiot’ on Broadway. Screens April 8. Also cannot wait for Edie’s ‘Who Do You Think You Are?’. Have loved her since ‘OZ’.
The rocker-turned-actor — fresh off his stint on Broadway’s American Idiot — will guest star in the Season 4 premiere as a stranger whom Jackie meets that causes a major change in her life. Judging from the photo below, it looks like the two get awfully chummy.