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Preacher Season 2 Carves Out June Premiere Date
The hit drama, based on the Vertigo comics series by Garth Ennis and Steve Dillon, will return this summer on a new night.

AMC has announced that “Preacher,” the hit drama based on the Vertigo comic series by Garth Ennis and Steve Dillon, will return for its 13-episode second season on Monday, June 19, at 9 p.m. ET/PT. That marks a move from Sunday to Monday, which has become AMC’s second night for original programming.
'Lucifer' Gets Back-Nine Order for Full Season 2 at Fox

Fox is going the distance with the devil.

The network has handed out a back-nine order to sophomore drama Lucifer, The Hollywood Reporter has learned. The order brings its season two tally to a full 22 episodes.

From prolific producer Jerry Bruckheimer, Lucifer is based on characters created by Neil Gaiman and hails from his DC Entertainment-based Vertigo comic series. The Tom Ellis and Lauren German starrer is produced by Tom Kapinos, Bruckheimer, Jonathan Littman, Ildy Modrovich, Joe Henderson and Len Wiseman and in its second season on Mondays following Gotham has proven to be a reliable performer (and creating a DC Comics-themed Monday block). Factoring in multiple platform and DVR plays, season two is averaging 8 million total viewers — up 105 percent compared with its same-day haul.

“Lucifer continues to deliver, with great blasts of dark humor and ambitious storytelling. The show has turned out to be a true wicked pleasure, the perfect companion to Gotham, and we couldn’t be more pleased to order these nine additional episodes,” Fox Broadcasting president David Madden said. “We’d like to thank Tom, Lauren and the entire cast, who have imbued these characters with charm, humor and a great deal of humanity. Our thanks also go out to the production crew — Jerry, Len, Jonathan, Joe and Ildy — who, week-in and week-out, deliver a stellar show. We can’t wait to see what’s in store for the rest of the season.”


I’m just gonna tell you. I’m just… I’m gonna tell you and trust that you know that I am still me. The night of the boat party. I got scratched. And that’s why I broke up with Major. And it’s why I got a job at the morgue. So that I could get brains. Because that is what I have to eat to stay me. Or this version of me. There are z o m b i e s in the world, Peyton. And I’m one of them.



Personally, I’ve always liked and admired LUCIFER, even before he had a television show.
(Interpret that any number of ways you like)


Fables Vol. 22: Farewell

The New York Times Best-selling Series and Winner of 14 Eisner Awards! Completing more than thirteen years of critically-acclaimed storytelling, FABLES #150 is here! Doubling as the final volume of the series, creator Bill Willingham, artist Mark Buckingham and a host of the industry’s finest artists deliver the end to this legendary Vertigo series that sees the final fates of beloved characters Bigby Wolf, Snow White, Rose Red, Boy Blue, Pinocchio and countless others. Ready or not, ever after is here.

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