Dawn of the Planet of the Apes

Here's another promo:

True Blood

MTV's got a good compilation of what we know about the show's final season so far. Including that a major character will die in the first few minutes of the premiere, Sookie's dishing out "verbal smackdowns" while her mind-reading ability gets more painful, and that there's a very fan-pandering moment in episode 2. [MTV]


And here are descriptions of episodes 7.03-7.06:

Episode 7.03 - Fire in the Hole

Sookie hatches a dangerous plan; Pam looks to motivate Eric.

Episode 7.04 - Sick of Goodbyes

Sookie enlists a band of vampires and humans to track down the H-Vamps.

Episode 7.05 - Return to Oz

Sookie hosts a mainstreaming party; Eric and Pam head to Dallas for a fundraiser.

Episode 7.06 - Karma

Sookie makes a shocking discovery; Eric and Pam forge an unlikely alliance.


Orphan Black

Creators Graeme Manson and John Fawcett talked about the introduction of new clone Tony:

FAWCETT: It was interesting shooting that episode, because day 1 of shooting Tony, everyone knew what we were doing now because everyone had seen the script, and I remember waiting on set for her to arrive and it was very, very quiet. I've never seen the crew that quiet. And when she showed up there was excitement, but very quiet excitement. It was dead silent on set that day. Because there's a lot of respect from the crew towards Tatiana, towards what she has to do, and this just commanded that much more respect.

MANSON: I don't think we ever looked at it as risk. We looked at it as, okay, if we're going to do this, we're going to do it from exactly the right place creatively and story-telling wise and we're going to commit 100%. And as long as we move forward with our hearts in the right place, hopefully the sexual politics rise above it. That's sort of how we approached the storytelling, too. Throw the character in and treat the character exactly like you'd treat anyone else, and give them their dignity and respect.


They also talked about what's happening with Cosima:

FAWCETT: The treatment that she's getting from Kira is a band-aid at best. As we'll see, there may be more treatment options coming, but what she is getting at this point is not enough to counter the effects of what she's been inflicted with.

MANSON: And the bottom line is, her situation is getting more dire and is advancing fairly rapidly. And this is the ticking bomb that we talked about way back when. But there is very much a ticking bomb, a ticking clock, on Cosima's life. This is just a more aggressive, visceral display of what it might be to come if they don't solve that problem.


[Entertainment Weekly]

And here's the promo for episode 2.09, "Things Which Have Never Yet Been Done." [via SpoilerTV]

Once Upon a Time

No clue if this means that Kristen Bell, who previously seemed open to showing up as her Frozen alter ego on Once Upon a Time, won't actually be showing up, but casting is underway for the show's take on the animated characters. They're looking for an Elsa to show up in 9 episodes and for an Anna and Kristoff to appear in slightly fewer episodes. [TV Line]


The Returned

Jeremy Sisto has joined the cast as Peter, a psychologist who runs a grief support group for those struggling with the losses of a bus accident from four years ago. Also joining the cast are Mary Elizabeth Winstead, Sandrine Holt, and Agnes Bruckner. Winstead's Rowan is the girlfriend of late-and-then-returned musician Simon. Holt will play Julie, "a competent compassionate doctor who is struggling in her personal life." Bruckner's role is as the sheriff's chief deputy. [Deadline, Deadline]


The Strain

Here's an extended trailer for the show:

Teen Wolf

Here's a longer trailer for season 4. [via TV Line]


Here's a featurette for Starz's upcoming series:

The 100

Go here for more photos from the season finale, "We Are Grounders Part 2." [K Site TV]


Falling Skies

Here's a promo called "Only God":

Under the Dome

Here are a bunch of videos for the upcoming return of Under the Dome:

Additional reporting by Charlie Jane Anders and Ryan Plummer