After low rating for both new series, ABC has decided not to pick Last Resort or 666 Park Avenue up beyond their original 13-episode orders.
In the supernatural drama’s New York Comic Con debut, creator David Wilcox and executive producer Matt Miller discussed what inspired them to make 666 Park Avenue.
The actors behind many of The Drake’s residents on 666 Park Avenue teased the direction of the ABC supernatural drama’s first season during during interviews at New York Comic Con.
During a conversation at New York Comic Con, 666 Park Avenue stars Terry O’Quinn, Vanessa Williams and Rachael Taylor discussed what fans have to look forward to in ABC’s new supernatural drama.
Earlier this week, we shared the five returning TV shows that we can’t wait for this month, and now it’s time to look at some of the all-new, all-different (Well, partially different, at least) shows waiting for you over the next thirty-one days, including another Sherlock, the end of all tech and the devil himself… maybe.
Whether it’s bow-and-arrow-wielding vigilantes, aliens next door, the breakdown of all technology or possible nuclear war, the upcoming fall season of television brings with it a lot of new genre television. But which of the new shows are you most looking forward to?
The stars and executive producers screened the pilot for ABC’s 666 Park Avenue at Comic-Con International, and teased a series filled with dark secrets, soul-selling and a struggle between good and evil.
Warner Bros. has released new promotional artwork for new television series Arrow, Revolution and 666 Park Avenue in the form of limited-edition hotel keycards for Comic-Con International.
The supernatural drama, from Warner Bros. Television and Alloy Entertainment, is based on the fantasy novel by Gabriella Pierce.