10 items from 2017
With Terror Films recently unleashing Night of Something Strange on digital platforms, we've been provided with an exclusive clip and digital trading card (one of eight that are being revealed online) to share with Daily Dead readers. In today's Horror Highlights, we also have DVD release details for Teen Wolf Season 6, Part 1, and information on Cthulhu: the Musical's Portland performances.
Night of Something Strange Exclusive Clip & Digital Trading Card: Press Release: "Los Angeles (July 6, 2017) Terror Films is releasing the Std infected zombie movie Night Of Something Strange across multiple worldwide digital platforms beginning on Friday, July 7. To celebrate, they are also releasing 8 digital trading cards and 8 movie clips that will be available on select Horror Blogs and Websites.
- Derek Anderson
They just want to live to see their college years, but fate might have other plans for the characters in the final ten episodes of Teen Wolf. To help fans gear up for the last episodes of the series, MTV has announced a Hall H panel and cast signing for Teen Wolf at this year's Comic-Con in San Diego, and accompanying the announcement is a new promo video promising high tension in the show's "final fight."
Check out the official press release and video below, and stay tuned to Daily Dead for our live Comic-Con coverage in San Diego.
Press Release: Los Angeles, CA -- July 6, 2017 – MTV today announced that “Teen Wolf” will premiere on a new night beginning Sunday, July 30 at 8:00 p.m. Et/Pt.
Additionally, the show is returning to the Con, having landed a coveted Hall H panel on Thursday, July 20th at 2:00 p.m. »
- Derek Anderson
Amid a raft of cancellations across the various Us TV networks, streaming service Amazon has announced that it has given an eight-episode series order to Carnival Row, a fantasy drama from Rene Echevarria (Star Trek), Travis Beacham (Pacific Rim) and director-producer Paul McGuigan (Victor Frankenstein).
The one hour drama series is described as a “fantasy-noir” and is “set in a neo-Victorian city. Mythical creatures fleeing their war-torn homeland have gathered in the city, and tensions are simmering between citizens and the growing immigrant population. A string of unsolved murders are eating away at whatever uneasy peace still exists.”
“There has never been a series like Carnival Row before,” said Joe Lewis, Head of Comedy, Drama and Vr, Amazon Studios. “The scope of the storytelling combined with the uniqueness of the world, themes and aesthetics haven’t been on TV before. A simple police investigation will lead us down a remarkable »
- Gary Collinson
Amazon wants to take you to a fantasy world. The streaming service has ordered a new dramatic TV show, Carnival Row, from Rene Echevarria and Travis Beacham. However, you'll have to wait quite awhile to see it. Filming is expected to begin in Fall 2018 and Amazon is planning to launch Carnival Row sometime in 2019. There will be eight episodes in the first season.Hee's the press release: Amazon Greenlights Legendary Television's "Carnival Row" to SeriesAmazon today announced that it has greenlit original one-hour Neo-Victorian fantasy Carnival Row to series. The eight-episode Amazon Original Series will be produced by Legendary Television and written and executive produced by showrunner Rene Echevarria (Star Trek, Teen Wolf, Castle, Medium). Joining Echevarria is Paul McGuigan (Victor Frankenstein, Luke Cage, Sherlock) who is set to direct and executive produce, and Travis Beacham (Pacific Rim, »
In today’s roundup, Variety has an exclusive preview of “Queen of the South” Season 2, plus Amazon has greenlit a Neo-Victorian drama, and Nat Geo has made a series of new hires.
The drama set in the world of Mexican drug cartels is based on the book “La Reina Del Sur,” which inspired the hugely popular telenovela on Telemundo, USA’s Spanish-language sister network. The series stars Alice Braga as Teresa Mendoza, a woman who inadvertently becomes drawn into the world of high-stakes drug trafficking when her drug-dealer boyfriend is murdered. Season 2 of the drama welcomes new showrunner, Natalie Chaidez.
Watch the sneak peek here:
- Erin Nyren
Take a seat on the Iron Throne, Game of Thrones: Amazon is about to launch its own big-budget fantasy series.
The streaming service has given an eight-episode series order to Carnival Row, a “neo-Victorian fantasy” set in a world where humans and mythical creatures co-exist, TVLine has learned. The hour-long drama series will follow the investigation into a series of unsolved murders in a neo-Victorian city that’s already boiling over with tensions between man and creature. Carnival Row — which, at one time, had the ever-busy Guillermo del Toro attached — will begin filming in the fall of 2018, for a planned 2019 release. »
Amazon is adding to its drama roster.
The streaming service has ordered Carnival Row, a Neo-Victorian fantasy series. The eight-episode hourlong drama, which hails from Legendary Television, will be written and executive produced by Rene Echevarria (Star Trek). Paul McGuigan (Luke Cage) is set to direct and exec produce, along with Travis Beacham (Pacific Rim). Beacham penned the original script, A Killing on Carnival Row, which appeared on The Black List in 2005.
In Carnival Row, mythical creatures fleeing their war-torn homeland have gathered in the city, and tensions are simmering between citizens and the growing immigrant »
- Bryn Elise Sandberg
Amazon has given an eight-episode straight-to-series order to fantasy drama Carnival Row, from Rene Echevarria (Star Trek), Travis Beacham (Pacific Rim) and Legendary Television. Joining them is director-producer Paul McGuigan (Victor Frankenstein). Carnival Row is a fantasy-noir set in a neo-Victorian city. Mythical creatures fleeing their war-torn homeland have gathered in the city, and tensions are simmering between citizens and the growing immigrant population. The… »
Teen Wolf Season 6 Part I
Teen Wolf Season 6 Part 1 arrives on DVD July 18 from Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Studios (MGM) and Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment. The DVD includes a behind the scenes look at Beacon Hills, a VFX reel and gag reel.
Storm clouds gather as Scott and the pack head into their final months of high school. However, the best days of their lives turn bleak when they lose their closest ally. Before their time at Beacon Hills comes to an end, Scott and his friends will stand alone against the growing darkness and fight to stop the destruction of everything and everyone they love.
Teen Wolf was developed by Jeff Davis (creator, Criminal Minds) who also serves as executive producer. Additional executive producers include Russell Mulcahy (Highlander, Resident Evil: Extinction), Joe Genier, Marty Adelstein (Prison Break), René Echevarria (Medium, Castle), Tony Disanto, and Liz Gateley. The pilot was written by »
- ComicMix Staff
Last month, we brought you news that Star Trek: Deep Space Nine writer and showrunner Ira Steven Behr was raising money for a documentary that would explore “the changing legacy” of the series. Behr was inspired to reunite with fellow DS9 writers Ronald D. Moore, Rene Echevarria, and Hans Beimler to imagine what an eighth season would have brought, as well as write a whole new episode. Well, fans will soon learn exactly What We Left Behind, as Indiewire reports the documentary has just surpassed its fundraising goal.
Behr & Co. were initially seeking $150,000 to film their documentary, but DS9 fans showed up en masse and boosted donations to well over $600,000. Those extra funds mean What We Left Behind will have a 90-minute runtime instead of the planned 60 minutes. There will be cast interviews with the likes of Terry Farrell, Michael Dorn, Nana Visitor, Colm ...
- Danette Chavez
10 items from 2017
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