By Carol Pinchefsky, Source: Blastr.com Doctor Who is the longest-running sci-fi show of all time—and no wonder. With an ever-changing cast of characters, run by producers who are as big fans as we are, it’s been kept new and exciting every year. We love Doctor for all sorts of reasons.
Entertainment Weekly has a sneak peek into the much anticipated new Ridley Scott flick, Prometheus. Thanks to http://skiffyandfanty.wordpress.com for the scans. And here they are. Scott’s film, set for release next June, is the latest addition to the Alien universe/series, which began with Alien in 1979 and continued under James Cameron with the
by Sean O’Neal – Newswire In this wild, lawless pilot-buying season, the networks have thrown a lasso around any show that has a vague Western premise, rounding up a half-dozen series like AMC’s Hell On Wheels, TNT’s Gateway, A&E’s Longmire, CBS’ Ralph Lamb, ABC’s Hangtown, and an untitled pitch from Friday
By NELLIE ANDREEVA from Deadline.com EXCLUSIVE: The Western genre continues to be hot at the TV networks. In a competitive situation, ABC has bought drama pitch Hangtown, from Battlestar Galactica developer/executive producer Ron Moore and Caprica writer Matt Roberts. Sony Pictures TV, where Moore is under an overall deal, is
By NELLIE ANDREEVA, Source: Deadline.com From zombies to aliens. The Walking Dead executive producer Gale Anne Hurd and her Valhalla Entertainment have optioned Annie Jacobsen’s book Area 51: An Uncensored History of America’s Top Secret Military Base for a potential TV series. The hourlong project, which will be taken out