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New AMERICAN GODS Images Show Off the Gods and More TV News

New AMERICAN GODS Images Show Off the Gods and More TV News

Gather ’round and prepare to face the gods new and old because we have shiny, new pictures from Starz’s American Gods. They take the spotlight in today’s TV-Cap, but we also have a poster for season seven of Game of Thrones, a Star Trek: Discovery info breakdown, and more.



One Epic Trip. When Shadow Moon agrees to work with Mr. Wednesday in American Gods, he has no idea of the wackiness he’s getting himself into. The series based on the book by Neil Gaiman will premiere April 30, and the more I see of photos, the more I realize that, at least superficially, this casting is on point. A new batch of photos revealed by USA Today make my heart freaking leap with joy. The photo up top is Technical Boy (that one was technically already revealed over the summer) and immediately above we have Mr. Wednesday and Easter and Shadow Moon and a disturbing, faceless person. Visit USA Today to see more photos, including Vulcan, Zorya Vechernyaya, Mr. World, and more. [Images: Starz]

Wish List. The possibility of Gilmore Girls returning with additional installments is on the table. Netflix is in very preliminary talks. If the series does return, what do we want to see? I have a list of six things; read them here at Nerdist.

Craving Satisfaction. Have you had brains on the brain? The CW’s iZombie makes the undead diet look rather appealing. Liv is always coming up with creative ways to prepare her meals, and they’re shot like they belong in a cooking show. Which recipes have looked the most appetizing so far? Read Jenn’s picks.

Let’s Boldly Go. If you want to visit a single page to learn everything there is to know about Star Trek: Discovery, then we have you covered. Go read Eric’s summary of all the details that have been released about the upcoming series. It will be updated as news drops, so bookmark the page and go back often.


Fire and Ice. Game of Thrones season seven doesn’t have an official premiere date, but now it has an official poster. The imagery blends fire and ice, taking a cue from the book series it’s inspired by, A Song of Ice and Fire. Have any theories about what the poster means? Share them in the comments. [CBR, Image: HBO]

Casting Note. Heads-up, Once Upon a Time fans: Andrew J. West (The Walking Dead) has been cast in the season six finale and could continue on as a series regular in season seven if the show gets picked up. [TVLine]

More Man in Black? When Westworld returns with season two, we know the older version of the Man in Black will be returning—well, Ed Harris will be returning. But what about Jimmi Simpson, a.k.a. William? He talked to CinemaBlend about the possibility, saying, “So far, my involvement in [season 2] is unclear. If they have more for William, I would assume it would be a whole new kind of story.” Read more right this way. [/Film]

Maybe Not So Powerful? Marvel’s next Netflix series arrives on March 17, and reviews are starting to roll in. What do people think about Iron Fist? Well, our very own Carly has some thoughts and they kind of add up to this: ehhh. Read her review right this way.

Recap Time. Let’s celebrate Wednesday night’s television with some recaps. Yay! We have them for:

Did you look at all those glorious American Gods photos? Everyone looks on point. Tell me your thoughts in the comments.

Featured Image: Starz

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