Watch the official trailer below for Santa Clarita Diet, coming to Netflix on February 3rd!
As I had promised earlier last week when 2017 started, I would be revamping NFO and bringing a new layout for the new year. You had first saw the new layout over at our photogallery last week, and now it’s time to reveal the new layout for the main site.
I’ve added HQ screen captures of Nathan in season 8 episode 7 “Thanksgiving Jamboree” of Modern Family to Nathan Fillion Online’s photogallery. Credit to screencapped.net for the HD caps. Head over and enjoy!
I’ve added 50+ HQ screen captures of Nathan in season 8 episode 8 “The Alliance” of Modern Family to Nathan Fillion Online’s photogallery. Credit to screencapped.net for the HD caps. Head over and enjoy!
With 2017 beginning, I figured it was time to give Nathan Fillion Online (NFO) a brand new makeover for both, the main website and the photogallery. I’ll be revealing the new layout for the main website with the coming days so stay tuned 😉
Another year has come to end. 2016 was great for so many reasons, first of all Nathan has starred in a few shows, which were fantastic (More Con Man!, Modern Family, etc)! We truly hope the very best for this upcoming year for Nathan, which we are sure it’s going to be another GREAT year.
Update (1/4/17): [Cameo Alert] Nathan Fillion guest stars in the premiere in a key role. “He plays a new realtor that’s just moved to town, and he’s kind of a flirtier, wilder version of Joel,” Fresco says. “There’s a little bit of chemistry between him and Sheila. That’s a relationship that may or may not continue.” — Mandi Bierly
A new original netflix commedy series titled “Santa Clarita Diet” will be coming to Netflix on February 3rd and will star Nathan. The series will have a total of 13 episodes and it is still unknown whether Nathan will have a guest appearance or a more substantial role in the series. I’ll update as soon as it’s released!
Starring Drew Barrymore, Timothy Olyphant and Nathan Fillion, Santa Clarita Diet is a comedy series following husband and wife realtors Sheila and Joel, with their daughter Abby (Liv Hewson), who have become disenchanted with their lives in the Santa Clarita suburb.
LOS ANGELES — Miss San Diego Comic-Con already? Con Man has got you covered.
The show, which debuts its second season on Dec. 8 on the Comic-Con HQ streaming service, follows the post-show life of Wray Nerely (Alan Tudyk) co-star of a sci-fi series, which was canceled before its time and went on to become a cult classic beloved by fans.
Wray’s good friend, Jack Moore (Nathan Fillion) starred as the series Captain and has gone on to become a major celebrity, while Wray (Tudyk) hasn’t found his desired level of stardom.
“[The show] is rooted in the comic convention world, which is extraordinary, but fans are just normal people,” Tudyk told Mashable in an email interview. “We are telling stories of normal yet passionate people, in extraordinary circumstances and incredible settings – it’s not just naturally funny, it’s fun. Who doesn’t like fun? I mean besides those people? Who else? That’s right, nobody. Everyone, except those few jackasses, likes fun.”
Season 2 guest stars include Nolan North, Casper Van Dien, Eliza Dushku, Felicia Day, Laura Vandervoort, Mindy Sterling, Lou Ferrigno, Jon Huertas, and Allison Haislip.