666 Park Ave
Sep 30, 2012 10:00 PMTV Network - ABC
At some unspecified address in New York City there is this building called The Drake, a building which is run by Terry O'Quinn's character. We may have no idea what the address of the building is, but we do know that evil things happen at the building, evil things that we would wish on no person. Sure, things may look bright for some of the residents from time to time, but when dark forces are at work they will not stay good forever. Vanessa Williams, Erik Palladino, Rachael Taylor, and Dave Annable are amongst the cast in this new series... if only we knew the address of the apartment building.
Jul 13, 2013TV Network - ABC
Okay, we kind of have a good news-bad news thing for you here. Good news: we think you can expect a rocking episode tonight on the last "666 Park Avenue." Bad news: the episode is entitled 'Lazarus: Part 1.' That's right, 'Part 1.' See, when you say part one, it is usually implied that there is a part two, that the story remains unfinished at the end of the first part. So, however rockingly great and twisty and turny the first part is, that is where it's going to end up. There is no 'Lazarus: Part 2' coming to your television sets. Love tonight's episode, but don't expect a conclusion.
Jul 06, 2013TV Network - ABC
Will "666 Park Avenue" wrap-up its plot next week? We kind of hope that a nice man with a beard and long hair shows up next week and dethrones Terry O'Quinn's Gavin Doran as the head of The Drake. It would be kind of a mythic way to go out. We further hope that this week helps set the groundwork for whatever comes nxt week. This is a series big on the groundwork, big on the foundation, big on the birds stuck between the walls, hopefully they haven't forgotten or ignored that as they approach next week's finale (we also hope that the production had the opportunity to do this before being cancelled).
Jun 22, 2013TV Network - ABC
With four episodes left in the can, "666 Park Avenue" disappeared from the ABC schedule after its December 2nd airing. It went away quietly in the night, as though it had made a deal with the devil (who happens to run an apartment building) to slink away peacefully with the promise that it could return during our summer to haunt slow Saturday nights. That haunting begins tonight. Tune in and watch the first of the final four episode of "666 Park Avenue" tonight. It will all end on July 13th (we'll remind you then), but it starts again tonight. Like a murmuration of starlings released from inside the walls of an apartment building, it explodes here and now.
Oct 14, 2012TV Network - ABC
We would like to point out to you, in case you weren't already aware, that the zombie apocalypse is coming. Now, we aren't suggesting that "666 Park Avenue" is going to have zombies tonight (you'll have to watch those over on AMC), we're just noting that the dead rising is a common theme across so many different shows/books/films/etc. For instance, tonight's episode of "666 Park Avenue" is called 'The Dead Don't Stay Dead.' Probably they're actually talking about ghosts, but what is really behind it all? What is the larger story? Is it possible that somehow, internally, we all know (as a society) that the zombies are about to rise and that knowledge manifests itself in things like episode titles?