There are Comic-Con booths, and then there are practical theme parks. FX Networks is going big, loud and expensive this year to make sure everybody attending the San Diego Comic-Con knows about the shows they’ll be broadcasting over the next few months. So much so that they’ll be offering a series of rides based on […]
This year, expect double the Kirkman as both AMC’s The Walking Dead and its new spinoff Fear The Walking Dead get separate San Diego Comic-Con panels. Taking place within one hour of each other, the man is going to have to sprint to — well, never mind, turns out they’re in the same hall. Kirkman […]
NBC sent an announcement to the press this morning. It was partially to announce a date for the return of Grimm (October 30, late as always) but it was also to announce that Hannibal has been…..cancelled. This news will probably come as a surprise to no one. The prequel to the hit movies about a […]
Robert Kirkman – creator of “The Walking Dead” television franchise – has secured a new deal with the AMC network which televises the series. Kirkman’s new multiyear deal at AMC keeps him as executive producer of “The Walking Dead” and develop new projects. One of Kirkman’s newest projects, however – “Outcast” on Cinemax – was […]
Just like last year, AMC’s “The Walking Dead” was the recently-concluded television season’s most popular program on social media service, Twitter. “The Walking Dead” had a Twitter audience of 4.3 million who averaged 480,000 tweets per episode between September 1, 2014 and May 24, 2015 – with the measuring barometer covering a six-hour swing from […]
Max Greenfield [“New Girl”] has become the latest celebrity to check into FX’s upcoming “American Horror Story: Hotel” franchise. Greenfield’s so-far-unnamed character is not expected to last long however, according to a tweet from show producer, Ryan Murphy. “American Horror Story: Hotel” is currently slated to debut in October 2015.
George Romero’s 15-issue graphic novel published by Marvel Comics entitled “Empire of the Dead” is slated to get a possible television series. No further announcement was made as to which network would televise the adaptation – where the “Empire of the Dead” is populated by a vampire/zombie mix – or what year it would air […]
The original Twin Peaks from 1990 was a groundbreaking show in TV history, and just about every drama written for people smarter than a soccer mom owes something to it, even if network interference poisoned the well midseries and drove it into an early cancellation. It’s led to many imitators and an an endless parade […]