You won’t have to wait until the last episode of “The Bridge” to learn the identity of the serial killer. “We will solve that crime,” says the show’s executive producer, Elwood Reid. “We’ll put it away in a very dramatic fashion, way before the end of the season.”
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It’s looking as if “The Bridge” will become the most-watched series premiere in FX history once all the numbers are in. Last Wednesday’s series premiere delivered 3 million viewers, with another 1.1 million for its encore airing, to bring the total to 4.1 million. But when the Live+3 numbers were in, “The Bridge” became the network’s most time-shifted show ever.
Forgive Mexican actor Demian Bichir for pointing out the obvious metaphor in the title of his new TV series “The Bridge,” but someone had to do it.
There is no shortage of serial killer shows on TV right now, including “The Killing,” “The Following,” “Dexter” and “Hannibal.” So do we really need another? The answer is yes when it is as timely and intriguing as FX’s latest entry “The Bridge,” which focuses attention on a political crisis zone: the border between the U.S. and Mexico at El Paso, TX.
FX says it’s spinning off a new cable network aimed at young adult viewers. Launching Sept. 2, FXX will join big brother FX along with the movie-oriented FXM as the brand’s trio of channels.
FX has ordered thirteen episodes of “The Bridge.” Adapted from the Danish hit drama “Bron” by executive producers Meredith Stiehm (“Homeland“) and novelist Elwood Reid, the series stars Diane Kruger and… More
NEW YORK (TheWrap.com) – “Inglourious Basterds” star Diane Kruger has signed on as the lead actress for FX’s drama series pilot, “The Bridge,” a cross-cultural detective series about two cops,… More
The Golden Globes have Nicole Kidman, the SAG Awards booked Natalie Portman, and the Critics’ Choice Movie Awards one-upped them all by announcing that Bob Dylan will perform as part of a special tribute to Martin Scorsese.
Tomorrow, Quentin Tarantino’s latest epic Inglourious Basterds, a bold reimagining of World War II in a real Dirty Dozen style, finally hits theaters for everyone to see what critics have… More
Eli Roth, best known for his horror flick Hostel, which was executive produced by Quentin Tarantino, has a plum role in the innovative director’s World War II reimagineering Inglourious Basterds…. More