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Why ‘Penny Dreadful’ Is Returning With a Brand-New World (Including Gods and Nazis)

Following a three-year "hiatus," Showtime's 'Penny Dreadful' returns to the premium cable network as an unexpected anthology of sorts as John Logan trades Frankenstein in Victorian England in the late 1800s for a story about Los Angeles' Mexican-American folklore roots, circa 1938. Billed as 'Penny Dreadful: City of Angels,' the new take — bowing Sunday — is described as a "spiritual descendant" of creator John Logan's original

What to Expect From ‘The Exorcist’ Season 2: More Spielberg, Less Geena Davis

Showrunner Jeremy Slater breaks down what to expect from the Fox horror drama.

‘Roseanne’: The Four Biggest Burning Questions for ABC’s Revival

How will producers write around (spoiler alert from 1997!) Dan's death in the series finale?