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The New MST3K’s Not-Too-Distant Future Is April 14

by Peter Paltridgeon February 22, 2017
Thanks to a highly successful Kickstarter campaign and some other investments, we are getting the return of Mystery Science Theater 3000 very soon — but until today, no one knew how soon. Now we have a date of April 14, thanks to the caption on a picture posted to Netflix’s Facebook account. Get ready for […]
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Witchblade Being Adapted For Television Yet Again

by Peter Paltridgeon January 20, 2017
Now that Grimm is winding down its run, NBC is looking into replacing it with another cop show that uses supernatural elements…and THR reports they’re looking at adapting the Image/Top Cow property Witchblade. Sony Pictures Television holds the rights and is working on a pilot with Caroline Dries (The Vampire Diaries) as executive producer and […]

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Glenn Stops By Conan For A Post-Mortem Chat

by Peter Paltridgeon October 28, 2016
The moment everybody had been fearing from the TV adaption of The Walking Dead came true last Sunday: Glenn Rhee met his end just like he did in the comics, bulging eyeball and all. Conan O’Brien invited Glenn’s actor, Steven Yeun, onto his show last night to discuss his thoughts, future plans, and just how […]
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We Bare Bears Renewed For Third Season

by Peter Paltridgeon October 25, 2016
Cartoon Network announced today We Bare Bears has been renewed for its third season, taking the show at least through 2018. We Bare Bears is about three large ursines who are brothers despite being different subspecies: the bold Grizz, the panicky and social-media-obsessed Panda, and Ice Bear, who simply is. Together they get into trouble […]

NYCC 2016: AMC Releases New Walking Dead Negan Scene

by Peter Paltridgeon October 8, 2016
Halt the presses! AMC has done the unthinkable and released a clip from the upcoming Walking Dead Season 7 premiere, and it has nothing to do with Carol, Morgan or the Kingdom! They are giving us a preview straight from the Negan incident! They’s krazy! Not only that, it clearly identifies at least one member […]

Doctor Strange Finds That Nothing Makes Any Sense

by Alex Beanon September 28, 2016
In Marvel Entertainment’s television advertisement for their upcoming [release date: November 4, 2016] “Doctor Strange” movie, the good doctor finds that, as usual, nothing makes any sense in this world…

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Netflix Announces Stranger Things Season 2 Renewal

by Peter Paltridgeon August 31, 2016
Today Netflix formally announced a second season for Stranger Things, their biggest cultural hit to date. No, it didn’t happen instantaneously, contrary to popular belief — it took until today for the streaming service to confirm Season Two’s development. Another thing you may not believe: this is the very first Stranger Things news item TZ […]
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SDCC 2016: Will Arnett Presents Live From Comic-Con

by Peter Paltridgeon July 22, 2016
Thursday, Friday and Saturday a special three-night event will be shown on the SyFy channel. Hosted by Will Arnett, Live From Comic-Con will summarize the events and revelations of the day’s panels, plus some special guests. The first of these episodes already aired, but SyFy provided us a summary. Arnett kicked off the show by […]

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SDCC 2016: First Look At Amazon’s Take On The Tick

by Peter Paltridgeon July 21, 2016
Back when Amazon.com announced it wanted to get into the streaming channel business, one of the original shows it proposed was The Tick. Not the cartoon, but a live-action Tick. And not THAT live-action Tick, but a different one. Today we got our first big hint at what the third attempt to bring The Tick […]

Battlefield 1 Might Become A Television Series

by Alex Beanon July 11, 2016
Yet-to-be-released video game “Battlefield 1” [release date: October 21, 2016] may be turned into a television series. Paramount has optioned the rights to the Battlefield video game with the intent to possibly adapt it as a television series. The entire “Battlefield” video game franchise – which debuted in 2002 – may be part of the […]