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From comic-book adaptations to sci-fi, fantasy and horror. Here are the new geek-skewed shows coming to Us TV in 2016...
The world of TV has never been so crowded and, at the same time, geeks have never had it so good. As saturated as the big screen is with superhero films and sprawling shared universes, that mentality has well and truly bled onto the small screen too.
So there’s a lot of comic-book adaptations coming up in 2016 from Marvel, DC and others, but genre TV is represented across the board with science-fiction, fantasy and horror represented at pretty much every network and cable channel in the Us.
Here's some of the geek TV that will be making its way to us from the Us next year.
Aka Jessica Jones (Netflix)
Part of Netflix’s own connected slice of the McU, there has been a lot of confusion over when we »
Update with character descriptions, additional casting: Tarsem Singh has been tapped to direct all 10 episodes of Emerald City, the recently resurrected NBC series that underwent a redevelopment via writer/executive producer David Schulner. Shaun Cassidy is also executive producer on the Universal TV-produced series. Oliver Jackson Cohen, Ana Ularu and Gerran Howell have joined the cast of the series, described as a modern and dark reimagining of the classic tale of Oz in… »
Apparently, the Yellow Brick Road begins somewhere inside a gritty HBO crime anthology.
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A 10-episode, re-imagining of the classic Wizard of Oz universe — which blends elements from author L. Frank Baum’s 14-novel collection — Emerald City was scrapped last August due to creative differences between Ep/writer Josh Friedman (Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles) and NBC. In April, the Peacock net revived the project with David Schulner »
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