Four Weddings and a Funeral: Trailer Released

Hulu will be premiering Four Weddings and a Funeral, the new series from Mindy Kaling, on July 31st. Today we got our first trailer for the series, and a quick glimpse of Tom in his guest-starring role. According to TVLine, the plot goes something like this:

"Based on the 1994 Hugh Grant rom-com of the same name, Four Weddings and a Funeral follows a group of American friends who reunite for a wedding in London. But after a bombshell at the altar throws their lives into turmoil, they must weather a tumultuous year of romance and heartbreak. In that time, according to the show’s official logline, “relationships are forged and broken, political scandals exposed, London social life lampooned [and] love affairs ignited and doused."

A new episode will be available each week for the 10 episode season.

 

 

Watchmen: First Trailer Released

 

It's about time. Tick tock.

HBO has finally released something more significant than the micro-teases they've been posting on their Instagram account for the upcoming series. The trailer below brings us into the Watchmen world via foreboding, unsettling images of a gang of gun-toting Rorschach imitators and yellow-masked masked policeman. We see a leather-clad Regina King and Jeremy Irons as Ozymandias, but still no Tom (who is rumored to be playing Mime, from the Doomsday Clock series). The trailer pegs the premiere as being in the fall, but nothing more specific than that.

 

The Way of the World: What's On Stage Interview

 

What's On Stage caught up with the cast of The Way of the World at the after party on opening night, and chatted about the challenges and joys of Congreve's Restoration era play.

 

 

Sleepy Hollow: Season 4 First Look

 

The end of an extra long hiatus is almost here, with the premiere for Season 4 of Sleepy Hollow less than 48 hours away. Fox has shared the first look below via TVLine, with lots of interesting clues about what we have in store for the next 13 episodes. There are definitely spoilers, but there are also wonderful interviews with Tom, Lyndie and newcomer Jeremy Davies.

 

 

Tune in Friday at 9/8c to episode 4.01 "Columbia," written by Albert Kim and directed by Russell Lee Fine.