Showtime’s Penny Dreadful returns for a new series that jumps ahead almost 50 years from the original show’s time period to tell a tale in 1938 Los Angeles for April’s Penny Dreadful: City of Angels.
Although the investigation in to the murders of Biggie Smalls and Tupac already had a small screen dramatization on USA with “Unsolved”, the story is also coming to the big screen later this year as Johnny Depp stars as detective Russell Poole in City of Lies.
Brian Henson takes his family’s creations into places they’ve never dared dream of with the hard R comedy The Happytime Murders, where human detective Connie Edwards (Melissa McCarthy) gets paired up with a Muppet PI to investigate a string of gruesome Muppet murders.
When a young girl is murdered on a remote Native American reservation, a local tracker (Renner) and an FBI agent (Olsen) team up to solve the crime in the upcoming directorial debut from Sicario/Hell or High Water screenwriter Taylor Sheridan.
Michael and Fi must use their Boston accents to try and find a fugitive mob boss in Miami for the FBI in exchange for the file on Nate’s murder on this week’s Burn Notice.