Beverly Hills Cop - the TV series?Shawn Ryan (The Shield, The Chicago Code) and Eddie Murphy(Dreamgirls, Trading Places) are currently shopping around the idea for a small screen version of the successful movie franchise as reported by The Hollywood Reporter. Eddie Murphy shot to super stardom playing the wise cracking Detroit cop Axel Foley in 3 films for Paramount Pictures. If the series becomes a reality, Murphy would be an executive producer along with Ryan and appear in several of the episodes in the first season. To find out more about this developing story from The Hollywood Reporter, click here.
Fringe Season 5 promo: Is Walter in trouble?
FX ramps up promotion for season 2 of American Horror StoryEntertainment Weekly were you can find more promotional material!
Reelz Channel premieres new series Bomb Girls
With the success of original series True Justice and XIII, REELZ Channel is back with a new series called Bomb Girls. The series starts Meg Tilly, Jodi Balfour, Ali Liebert and Charlotte Hegele. Bomb Girls will mark the second time the network has teamed up with Muse Entertainment Enterprises. The first being the Emmy winning series The Kennedys.
Set in the 1940s, Bomb Girls tells the remarkable stories of the women who risked their lives in a munitions factory building bombs for the Allied forces fighting on the European front. The series delves into the lives of these exceptional women from all walks of life - peers, friends and rivals - who find themselves thrust into new worlds and changed profoundly as they are liberated from their home and social restrictions. The series will premiere on September 11th and run 6 episodes for the first season.
Stay tuned to The PC Principle for more information and a review of the pilot episode!
Homeland: New trailer for Season 2!here courtesy of TVFanatic.
Sons of Anarchy Season 5: Behind the scenes with Gemma and more!
Cast of Modern Family unhappy with contractshere for the story at TVFanatic.
The Walking Dead producer talks Season 3There have been mixed feelings about Season 2 of the AMC series The Walking Dead. Many seemed to think the first part of Season 2 seemed to drag on forever - especially the storyline of what happened to Sophia. Things changed during the second half of the season and once we found out the fate of Sophia, things definitely picked up and let us to a very intriguing Season 2 cliffhanger. Show producer Glen Mazzara sat down with TV Guide for a nice in-depth interview about what to expect for the upcoming season of the show. Needless to say, the prison isn't what it seems, there will still be tension in the group and we get to meet the Governor. If you want to stay spoil free until the new season, then don't read on. If you are interested, go here to the TV Guide website for the entire interview.
HBO renews True Blood & NewsroomTrue Blood for a sixth season. The series has been a consistent hit for HBO and continues to do well in the ratings.
What is a bit of a surprise is the early renewal of the freshman series The Newsroom. The show was being hyped as the big return to television for West Wing creator Aaron Sorkin and there was a bunch of buzz around the series. Although it premiered with 2.1 million viewers, it was met with mixed reviews from critics and fans alike. The jury is still out for The Newsroom and we are only 2 episodes in to the first season.