The new season of AMC’s Hell on Wheels is almost here — but it doesn’t look like every character is going to live long enough to enjoy it.
TVLine has an exclusive promo for the drama’s upcoming fourth season, premiering Aug. 2 at 9/8c, and the tagline says it all: “Hell ain’t civilized.”
Watch the new trailer below:
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* Game Show Network on Tuesday announced production on The Line, a travel-themed game show hosted by Jeff Davis (Whose Line is it Anyway?) and Candace Bailey (Attack of the Show!). Contestants will “win cash and prizes by playing outrageous games while waiting in a line for their shot at answering a series of trivia questions.”
* Spike TV is developing an event series based on the Crusades, appropriately titled The Crusaders, the network announced Tuesday. It will take place during the Third Crusade, focusing on two knights who travel from Scotland to the Holy Land “for very different reasons.”
* Rob Lowe (Parks and Recreation) and Candice Bergen (Boston Legal) have been cast in the Lifetime movie Beautiful and Twisted. Lowe will play a Miami millionaire who’s found brutally murdered, and Bergen will play his mother.
* Lisa Rinna (Melrose Place) is joining the cast of Bravo’s The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, multiple sources tell E! News. The reality series is entering its fifth season.
* Cynthia Stevenson (Life Unexpected), M.C. Gainey (Revolution) and Bryan Callen (The Goldbergs) have joined the cast of DirecTV’s upcoming MMA drama Kingdom, according to The Hollywood Reporter. Stevenson and Gainey will play the parents of Matt Lauria’s character, while Callen will play a fight promoter named Garo.
* Michaela McManus (The Vampire Diaries), Justified’s David Meunier (Justified) and Chris Sheffield (The Last Ship) have joined the cast of NBC’s upcoming Charles Manson drama Aquarius, according to THR. McManus will recur as Grace, the girlfriend of David Duchovny’s character Hodiak; Sheffield will play Hodiak’s son; and Meunier will recur as a biker named Roy.