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“The Purge” Season 2 Teases Return in October to USA Network

The Purge is returning to the USA Network this October for a second season of mayhem and violence. Quick fans of The Purge, how familiar does that mask look? Check out the quick teaser, posted this morning on the Blumhouse twitter, teases what is to come. Does crime exist beyond the siren? Find out when […]

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“The Purge” Season 2 Adds Four New Purgers to the Cast

The Purge Season 2 is hitting small screens this fall, and four new Purgers have been added to the cast. Derek Luke, Max Martini, Paola Nuñez, and Joel Allen will all try to survive the night in season 2. The series debuted last year, and there is no word if anyone who survived that season […]

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Two More ‘Into the Dark’ Episodes Get Premiere Dates on Hulu

Into the Dark, the year-long horror series on Hulu from Blumhouse, has set debut dates for two more episodes. I’m Just F*cking With You will debut on April 1st, while All That We Destroy will premiere on May 5th. The former will be set around April Fool’s Day, while the latter will be an Earth Day […]

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Into the Dark Valentine’s Episode ‘Down’ Debuts on Hulu Next Week

Into the Dark, the year long holiday horror anthology series from Blumhouse and Hulu, will debut their Valentine’s Day episode Down next Friday, February 1st. The episode will star Natalie Martinez , Matt Lauria, Arnie Pantoja, Diane Sellers and Christina Leone. The episode is written by Kent Kubena and directed by Daniel Stamm. The trailer for the episode is now online, you can […]

The Bleeding Cool Top 25 TV Influencers 2019 Countdown: #25-#21

Andy Kaufman scared the living hell out of me when I was ten – and I’ve been thankful for it ever since. When I was growing up, there were four gospels to Friday nights. Bedtime set at 8 p.m. No debate. No discussion. Dad would pass out in his recliner after working shifts at the […]



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Into the Dark’s ‘Pooka’ is Not Going to Become a Christmas Tradition

Into the Dark, Hulu and Blumhouse Television’s year long holiday-themed anthology series, has aired two good episodes coming into December. The Body was a very solid slasher/chase film, while Flesh and Blood was a bit more uneven but ultimately entertaining. The Christmas entry, Pooka, is now streaming. One of the more anticipated entries since the […]

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Blumhouse Partners With Amazon Studios For New Eight Film Series

Blumhouse Television is partnering with Amazon Studios to produce eight new genre films together. The deal was announced this afternoon. The eight films will debut on Amazon’s Prime Video streaming service, and will be thematically linked together. There have been no creator or casting announcements so far, or a release date for any of the […]

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Commence The Purge Season One Finale: There’s Always Next Year

The Purge concluded its run on USA Tuesday, and thankfully it finished way stronger than it should have. Ending with what amounted to a two-part finale was a great idea, and one they executed as well as they possibly could have. Our hero that was not really a hero Joe held trials on people who […]

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The Purge Renewed For a Second Season by USA Network

The Purge has been given a second season order by the USA Network. The series, which finishes its first season tonight, will be back to showcase another 12 hour period where all crime is legal in the United States. The show is averaging 2.3 million viewers an episode when you factor in the Live+7 numbers, […]

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Commence The Purge Episode 8: Say it Ain’t So, Joe

For the first seven episodes of The Purge, we have believed certain things to be true. Miguel is Superman. Rick is spineless. Penelope is a walking contradiction. Lila is strong and confident. Jane makes a lot of stupid decisions. So on and so on. Last nights episode “The Giving Time is Here” flipped everything on […]

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Trailer For Hulu’s Into the Dark’s “Flesh and Blood” Says Happy Thanksgiving!

The second film in Hulu’s year long horror-fest Into the Dark will premiere on the streaming service Friday, November 2. Titled “Flesh and Blood”, it is set around Thanksgiving. A woman whose mother was murdered on Thanksgiving suffers from agoraphobia, and begins to suspect that all may not be right with her father. Check out […]

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Commence The Purge Episode 7: We Are Sliding Off the Rails Now

The Purge has gone a bit off the rails these last couple weeks. Sadly this weeks episode was full of weird story beats, wooden acting in spots, and aimlessness that tells me some of these storylines should not have lasted the whole ten episode run. Case in point: I am not really sure we need […]


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Into The Dark Film ‘The Body’ Gets a Trailer, Debuts Friday on Hulu

Into the Dark, the new Hulu horror series produced by Blumhouse, debuts its first film on October 5th. ‘The Body’ will follow a hitman trying to transport a body on Halloween night. Following this one, Into the Dark will debut a new film every month for an entire year, each focusing on a different holiday. […]

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Commence The Purge Episode 2: Don’t Get on Jane’s Bad Side

The Purge has started and in episode 2, we get a deepening of the mysteries, flashbacks, and are introduced to even more new characters. As the episode opens, we see a man getting ready to go out for Purge Night as if he was getting ready for work. He packs his lunch, readies his weapons, […]

Russell Crowe to Play Fox News Founder Roger Ailes in Showtime Limited Series

Academy Award-winning actor Russell Crowe (Gladiator, A Beautiful Mind) is marking his U.S. television debut by tackling the life of one of the most controversial figures in news media, late Fox News founder Roger Ailes, in an eight-episode limited series from Showtime and Blumhouse Television. The still-untitled project (previously titled Secure and Hold: The Last Days of Roger Ailes) […]

Blumhouse Sets ‘No One Saw a Thing’ Doc Series at SundanceTV

A murder takes place in front of five dozen witnesses — seems pretty much a slam dunk case, right? Yet over 30 years later, the case remains unsolved because apparently No One Saw a Thing: also the title of Blumhouse Television’s six-episode true crime documentary series for SundanceTV. Israeli documentarian Avi Belkin (Winding) will direct the project and […]