KINGS First Look: Macaulay Culkin Returns to Television

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Just in time for NBC to send KINGS to television’s exile equivalent (Saturday night at 8PM, starting April 18), Macaulay Culkin will make his very own return from a self-imposed career exile by playing Andrew Cross, nephew of the King Silas Benjamin.

Here with your first look is theTVaddict.com, more of which can be found after the jump.

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  • Jillian

    I’m sad. I’ve really enjoyed Kings.

  • Tori

    I’m sad about them getting rid of this show. It’s the first hurtful cancellation of the TV season for me.

    On a different note, adding Macaulay Culkin to the cast seems like a huge mistake. An badly preformed, awkwardly cast, robotic, distracting, mistake.

  • blueberry

    I’m starting to become immune to feeling upset over these cancellations of my favorite shows. Pretty soon, I’ll just start watching shows and not give a damn about whether it will be picked up.

  • Amy

    “it puts the lotion on its skin.”

  • Kings was honestly one of my favourite shows. I’m sad that it’s been basically cancelled.

    Culkin, I bet is going to play a part in Jack’s being secretly gay. I bet it’s going to be fun.

  • Donnie Darko

    I can say only one thing:
    KEVIN!!!!!!!!!!!!!! 😀

  • kathy

    They canceled “Kings”!!!! Why? This show just has a crappy time slot…what a shame. Can someone tell me how “Heros” has lasted this long?, how about “Lost”? “Chuck”? I am sooooooooooooooo disappointed. 🙁

  • Kings fan

    NBC and Fox have been screwing up, they should know by now a new (good) show should not be placed on Friday, Saturday, or Sunday. Joss Whedon has now been screwed twice by Fox placing his shows on Friday nights, first Firefly and now Dollhouse, when people are out of the house meeting up with friends. And with Kings, I thought NBC knew better, had a crappy premiere with the change of timeslot the week of so people didn’t know about it, and when I heard the timeslot had changed again I was ecstatic until I found out it was Saturday. Networks listen up Monday through Thursday are your best bets to keeping new shows on the air. older shows with a large followings can be moved into the off times of Friday, Satuday, and Sunday with some audience loss. New shows cannot just gain a mass audience during these off times.