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Check out the first two minutes of the premiere episode of The Messengers! Here’s also the extended press release and 1 promotional photo featuring Shantel.

“In the white-hot sun of the New Mexico desert, scientist Vera Buckley watches in fascination as a mysterious object plummets to Earth and explodes in a blinding flash, sending out a shock wave that briefly stops Vera’s heart and panics her techie coworker, Alan Harris.

Vera is not the only one affected by the blast; she is instantly and mysteriously connected to four other strangers, who also collapse only to miraculously come back to life: Erin Calder, a young mother desperate to protect her 7-year-old daughter from an abusive ex-husband; Peter Moore, a troubled high school student who finally lashes out to end the constant bullying he can no longer endure; Raul Garcia, a federal agent looking to escape his undercover assignment in a violent Mexican drug cartel; and Joshua Silburn Jr., a charismatic second-generation televangelist following in his father’s footsteps – all awaken after the pulse with extraordinary gifts they can barely believe, from inexplicable strength to the ability to heal others.

Most mysterious of all is the figure known only as The Man, who offers Vera the one thing she wants most in life – to be reunited with her kidnapped son – if she will help him with one morally complicated task. That task puts Vera on a collision course with nurse Rose Arvale who, after a seemingly random act of violence left her in a coma for seven years, suddenly begins to stir. As Joshua, Jr. prophesied, the wheels of Revelation have begun to turn, and these five newly christened Angels of the Apocalypse may be the only hope for preventing the impending Rapture.”

Source: SpoilerTV

Nov 02‘The Messengers’ First Look Promo

Here’s the first look promo for The Messengers. It’s low-quality, but it’s finally unblocked. Check it out!

Sep 03Fox Cancels ‘Gang Related’

Fox’s drama Gang Related will not be coming back as the network has opted not to renew the undercover drama for a second season. Originally slated for a midseason launch, the action series starring Ramon Rodriguez was given a summer berth instead. It got off to a soft start the last week of May, opening with a 0.9 rating in adults 18-49 in Live+Same Day. The series didn’t grow but developed a core following and was pretty consistent, ending its 13-episode run with a 0.7 in Live+SD despite a lead-in (0.4, encore Sleepy Hollow) that was a quarter of the lead-in for the premiere (1.5, Hell’s Kitchen). Gang Related, about the members of Los Angeles Police Department’s Gang Task Force, came from Chris Morgan, Imagine TV and 20th TV. Its diverse cast also included Jay Hernandez, RZA, Sung Kang and Terry O’Quinn. Fox brass considered bringing the series back but deemed it too heavily serialized for the summer, the only slot available on Fox for the next year.

Source: Deadline

Aug 16The Messengers 1.02 Title Revealed

One of the main cast, Jon Fletcher, has tweeted a picture revealing the title of the second episode of the upcoming CW series, The Messengers. He also recently posted a pic from the set with Shantel and co-star, Diogo Morgado.


I’ve added 242 screencaps of Shantel in last week’s episode of Gang Related. If in case you haven’t watched the episode yet, I strongly suggest you do not go through these caps for major spoiler reasons.

New Mexico Film Office Director, Nick Maniatis, announced today that the television series “The Messengers,” produced by CBS Television Studios and Warner Bros. Entertainment for The CW will begin principal photography in New Mexico. Production will take place in Albuquerque mid-August through mid-December and will employ at least 300 New Mexico crew members and approximately 3,100 local background talent.

Source: KRWG