October sees the return of Arrow and Legends of Tomorrow, as well as many new Korean dramas.
One of the most pressing concerns for a single person in their thirties has been given life in the latest local English drama, 20 Days. The 13-episode series, which began airing on Channel 5 on 13 August, features Felicia Chin (who plays workaholic doctor Jess), Elvin Ng (who plays geeky and nerdy Edrick in his first English-language drama outing), Nat Ho (who plays the textbook definition of a playboy, Wesley), and Amy Cheng (who plays single mother Maggie). The show promises plenty of “saucy scenes” with the cast — Ho says he has the most number of bedroom scenes in this show ever.
Every month, we’ll tell you about new TV shows to hit terrestrial and cable channels, as well as streaming sites in Singapore. We’ll also highlight the television shows that you’ve got to be home (or on your phone) to catch every month.
Samantha Markle is once again using Twitter to defend her family - but this time she's up against mum-of-two Chrissy Teigen.
Brother of the Year is one of those films that defy categorisation because the story veers into wildly different emotional beats at times. While it has some romantic comedy elements, the Thai film also goes into family drama territory. If you’re not a fan of slapstick, you can skip the first quarter of the film — which sees the reunion of older brother Chut (Sunny Suwanmethanont) and younger sister Jane (Urassaya Sperbund) after having lived apart for years.
Kim Cattrall is getting candid about her real-life relationship with her 'Sex and the City' co-stars.
“Ajin: Demi-Human” is a Japanese science-fiction action thriller that’s based on the anime and manga franchise of the same name. The film sees the rise of the Ajin, superhumans who have special abilities and can come back to life after being killed.
“Death Note: Light Up the New World” is a fantasy action film that’s based on the manga and anime series, “Death Note”. It’s the fourth in the “Death Note” film franchise and takes place 10 years after the events of “Death Note 2: The Last Name”. It stars Masahiro Higashide (Tsukuru Mishima), Sosuke Ikematsu (Ryuzaki), Masaki Suda (Yuki Shien), Erika Toda (Misa Amane), Nakamura Shido II (voice of Ryuk), Miyuki Sawashiro (voice of Arma), with cameos by Kenichi Matsuyama (L) and Tatsuya Fujiwara (Light Yagami/Kira).
“The Neon Demon” is a horror drama about a young girl who comes to Los Angeles to be a model. It stars Elle Fanning (Jesse), Karl Glusman (Dean), Jena Malone (Ruby), Bella Heathcote (Gigi), Abbey Lee (Sarah), Desmond Harrington (Jack McCarther), Christina Hendricks, (Roberta Hoffman), Keanu Reeeves (Hank), and Alessandro Nivola (Robert Sarno). “The Neon Demon” should really be R21, not for the intimate scenes but for the sheer goriness that ensures.
“L.O.R.D. Legend of Ravaging Dynasties (爵迹)” is a 3D motion capture animated action fantasy adventure wu xia film. It features the likeness and voice talents of Fan Bingbing (Kuizan Lotus), Kris Wu (Silver), Cheney Chen (Chi-Ling), William Chan (Nether), Amber Kuo (Thalia), Yang Mi (Shen Yin), Lin Yun (Phantom Flower), Yan Yikuan (Kuizan Feng When), Aarif Rahman (Ni Hong), Roy Wang (Pale Boy), Wang Duo (Kila). “L.O.R.D. Legend of Ravaging Dynasties (爵迹)” is a large improvement over previous Chinese animated films.
This Is Us has emerged as the breakout new hourlong series of the fall 2016 broadcast season. Now Dan Fogelman’s ensemble dramedy has received a Back 5 pickup from NBC for a 18-episode order, 4 short of the standard 22.
Did Angelina Jolie really file for divorce from Brad Pitt because of a child abuse incident? People reported that Pitt, 52, allegedly got “verbally abusive” and “physical” with one of the couple’s children on a private plane last Wednesday.
“War Dogs” is a crime dramedy that’s based on the exploits of arms dealers Efraim Diveroli and David Packouz as they exploit the military procurement system of the US. It stars Johan Hill (Efraim Diveroli), Miles Teller (David Packouz), Ana de Armas (Iz), J.B. Blanc (Bashkim), and Bradley Cooper (Henry Girard).
What… you thought you were going to start your week off without some Justin Bieber drama? The 22-year-old singer made headlines over the weekend after threatening to make his Instagram private if fans didn’t stop bashing his new girl Sofia Richie. The “Sorry” crooner and Richie, daughter of Lionel Richie, posted a series of photos together to social media and the backlash was harsh.
Eeny, meeny, miny, uh-oh. Well into our endless summer of speculating about the identity of Negan’s victim in the Season 6 finale of The Walking Dead, the show has dropped what is likely to be the biggest clue we’re going to get: the Season 7 trailer. In addition to the video — which not only cruelly […]
Sad news for Nashville fans — ABC has canceled the country music drama after four seasons. There had been positive signs for a Season 5 renewal for Nashville, co-produced by Lionsgate TV and ABC Studios. Lionsgate TV stepped in to hire veteran producers Marshall Herskovitz and Ed Zwick as new showrunners. The Emmy-winning duo already was working with writers on breaking stories for next season. I hear Lionsgate TV will shop the series to other networks. Still, with Castle …
Wanna trade a Walker Merle for a Governor? How ‘bout two Carls for a Michonne? Any takers for a T-Dog? Beginning today, fans of The Walking Dead and Fear the Walking Dead will be able to swap cards based on AMC’s blockbuster zombie franchise via Topps’ The Walking Dead: Card Trader app (for both IOS and Android).
Taylor Kinney on the set of Chicago Fire is like the U.S. Postal Service: Neither snow nor rain nor heat nor gloom of night keeps him from working. Winter his HERE for the fine folks on Chicago Fire, Chicago P.D., and Chicago Med.