Critics from Entertainment Weekly, The LA Times and elsewhere are celebrating THE RETURNED’s Season Two premiere as “subtle, emotional, heartbreaking horror” by turns “beautiful and mysterious and sad”.
Six months have passed since the flood and the shoot-out between the police and the horde. A heavily pregnant Adèle, tormented by surreal nightmares about the fetus she’s carrying, wakes up in a hospital room after falling down the stairs at home.
SundanceTV’s massively acclaimed not-quite-zombie drama THE RETURNED is back (Halloween at 10/9c). Top critics at the New York Times and the A.V. Club preview the “phenomenal” new episodes.
Wondering how to entertain your horde on Halloween night? We’ve made it easy with our THE RETURNED viewing party guide.
The first season of French supernatural drama THE RETURNED blew away critics the world over. With the Season 2 premiere fast approaching (Halloween at 10/9c), new accolades are starting to roll in for the “stunningly eerie” series.
Check out this infographic if you’re a fan of A&E’s THE RETURNED in order to be up to speed for the Season 2 premiere on SundanceTV.
In the spirit of the Halloween season, SundanceTV will air a “Stephen King Thriller Week,” featuring King’s fan-favorite films, beginning Sun., Oct. 25, 2015 at 8/7c.
THE RETURNED star, Yara Pilartz (Camille) gives us an inside scoop on the Season 2 storyline, her most challenging scenes and what she’d do if a zombie apocalypse were to occur.
Before the Halloween premiere of THE RETURNED Season 2, your favorite French zombies are making a return to SundanceTV with a Season 1 marathon on Sun., Oct. 18 at 6AM/5c. But before then, check out this fittingly eerie list of marathon prerequisites.
Prove you’re ready for their return. Follow THE RETURNED on Twitter for a chance to win a prize pack—including a butterfly jar and a zombie-themed tote bag from the Sundance Film Festival. We’ll be tweeting special announcements throughout the weekend—all you have to do is retweet this tweet. Once you do, you’ll be automatically entered…
SundanceTV today announced that it partnered with Rooftop Films to bring the International Emmy® and Peabody Award-winning French horror drama series THE RETURNED to New York City via several free events in advance of the show’s second season premiere on Halloween. The next event will take place on Thu., Oct. 29. Rooftop Films will debut…
Whether you call them The Undead, The Living Dead, Ghouls or simply Walkers. Zombies have emerged as a vital pop culture phenomenon — sometimes literally gnawing their way into our hearts. Check out this infographic timeline detailing zombies in pop culture.
Fabrice Gobert discusses returning to THE RETURNED after an extended hiatus, the inspiration behind the second season and working with the band Mogwai.
Two years to the day after its initial US television premiere, SundanceTV will launch the highly anticipated second season of the International Emmy® and Peabody Award-winning series THE RETURNED on Saturday, October 31st at 10:00PM ET/PT. THE RETURNED is produced by Haut et Court TV for CANAL+ CREATION ORIGINALE.
What makes a French zombie more compelling than the typical run-of-the-mill zombie? In THE RETURNED, it’s pretty much everything. Here are just a few key reasons why these zombies are irresistibly interesting in comparison to others you’ve been exposed to.
Leave it to the French to take well-trodden territory, like zombies coming back to life, and turn the subject into something new and utterly compelling. THE RETURNED tosses out the clichés about the undead to address other issues that can arise when a spirit returns to a world that has moved on since their passing.
These original screenprint-ed tote bags are from the 2015 Sundance Film Festival and were designed for diehard fans of the French zombie series THE RETURNED on SundanceTV.
Martin might’ve needed spy lessons, but he pretty much nailed the art of seduction. Annett, Yvonne, Linda, Crystal… who wold you pick as his ideal mate?
In honor of the upcoming season of RECTIFY, we’re spotlighting siblings in movies and T.V. From brothers and sisters who make our hearts melt (like Gilbert and Arnie in What’s Eating Gilbert Grape?) to relatives who strengthen their kinship by fighting crime (The Boondock Saints), here are ten of the greatest.
Twins are often made to seem like creepy twosomes in the movies and on TV, but in real life, there are lots of twin stories that are hilarious, cool–and oftentimes, too outrageous to be believed. Here are 10 of our favorite funny, funky and amazing stories about identical twins.
Starting Tue., Mar. 3 at Midnight/11c, SundanceTV will be airing the entire THE RETURNED Season 1 over the course of four nights. To make your online experience even richer, we’ve gathered up a few digital goodies for you to do before, during and after the show.
There are few human phenomena as endlessly compelling as twins. Maybe that’s why we always find stories about twins so fascinating, whether it’s a true-life tale of the “Dead Ringers” twins or the kinds of creepy coincidences experienced by Lena and Camille in THE RETURNED. If sharing your DNA with someone who looks and sounds exactly like you isn’t strange enough, here are 10 bizarre-yet-true stories about twins–some so twisted, they may keep you awake at night.
Next month, SundanceTV will be airing a Season 1 marathon of THE RETURNED. From Tue., Mar. 3 – Fri., Mar. 6, you can catch two late-night episodes starting at Midnight/11c.
There comes a point in everyone’s life where they feel — and worse yet, LOOK — like the undead. Which begs the question: Are you a zombie? Find out now.
THE RETURNED is packing some seriously compelling characters, both ferociously alive and undead. There’s wild child Lena, jealous lover Simon…not to mention Serge, the local cannibal-serial-killer with a soft side. The “Which Character from THE RETURNED Are You?” personality test results are in, and a surprising 42% of fans align with either silently intense Victor or–yikes–conflicted killer Serge. See full results below.