Plus watch new Glee season 4 promo
We rejoin the BE mob on Sky Atlantic on September 29 at 9pm, and in the clip that follows, we see that there doesn’t seem to be much sign of any ill will between Gyp Rosetti and Nucky, despite the former being billed as Nucky’s “new nemesis.”
Instead, as you’ll see, Gyp, who’s played by Bobby Cannavale, has a business proposition for Nucky, but Gyp seems to be a tad naffed off when Nucky has to leave before Gyp gets to finish his pitch.
The other clip features Al Capone threatening a florist owner, who could well turn out to be another gangster…
Also, much to her husband’s chagrin, Margaret wants to build on the Thompson endowment at St. Theresa’s Hospital, while elsewhere, in Jimmy’s absence, Gillian builds up a new business and monitors Richard’s mentoring of her “son,” Tommy.
Here are the clips followed by a gallery of images from the new season…
On now to news of the upcoming Walking Dead’s new series and TV Line reveal that in it, a major character is going to die!
As of right now, we don’t know who it’ll be, but the show’s producers have hinted that the new season’s storylines will “go down a much darker path.”
And in addition to that little teaser, AMC have also released the new season’s poster…
“Fight the dead. Fear the living” is apparently going to be the recurring theme in season three, which is in part set in a prison where, as Screenrant reports, the humans are “much more terrifying” than the dead!
Here’s the show’s latest promo, and you can click here to watch loads more!
Finally, with less than 24 hours before the new season of Glee premieres on FOX in the US, the show’s execs have released a brand new promo. It offers a look at varius scenes from the first few episodes, including the New Directions kids holding auditions to recruit new members.
Also, Mr. Schuester is “wowed” by Marley (Melissa Benoist), while Sam seems to be jealous when Sugar Motta calls Puck’s brother, Jake (Jacob Artist), sexy.
The premiere episode is entitled, The New Rachel, and it’s in this show that we see the kids covering Carly Rae Jepsen’s Call Me Maybe.
The full performance by Brittany, Tina, Blaine and Unique was recently debuted online, and we have it for you below the new promo…
Which of the UK’s favourite American shows are you most excited for this autumn?