3 items from 2015
Directed by Ryan Fleck
Written by Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa
Airs Sundays at 10 Pm on HBO
Looking has often loved its secondary characters more than its leads. Patrick, Dom, and Agustin have continually paired off with people, in both romance and friendship, who are smarter, nicer, and more together than they are. Richie, Lynn, Doris, and Kevin have been the voices or reason, of patience, and of exasperation throughout the show’s run. They’ve shared their advice, which has usually fallen on deaf ears, and have tried to form meaningful bonds with the central trio of characters, with varying degrees of success. This intelligence gap, or empathy gap, has been detrimental to the success of the show. Why follow the lives of a group of emotionally stunted, unambitious babies when this rich tapestry of noble humanity is one degree away? Why can’t »
- Bryan Rucker
History has posted both a new cast image and several very brief teasers for the upcoming third season of their historical saga "Vikings". The new season kicks off on February 19th at 10pm Us-est.
A few weeks ago came word that the ongoing horror comic series "Afterlife With Archie" might become either a TV series or a movie, and one separate to Greg Berlanti's currently in development,"Archie"-inspired TV series "Riverdale" which will likely screen on Fox.
Now, an old interview with comic writer Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa from a while back has cleared up some of the confusion. Apparently, "Afterlife with Archie" will be incorporated into "Riverdale," specifically every annual Halloween »
- Garth Franklin
In December, Jon Goldwater, CEO of Archie Comics participated in a Reddit Ama. During the chat Goldwater coyly said Afterlife With Archie could become a television series or a movie, but an interview from October with the comic's writer Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa reveals the real plan. Cbr: Roberto, is there anything else folks show know at this point about "Riverdale"? Nothing, except that we're really, really excited -- and that if, god willing, this works out the way we all want it to work out, every Halloween we'll be doing an "Afterlife" episode of "Riverdale." Currently, Arrow and The Flash showrunner, Greg Berlanti, is working on a television show based on characters from Archie Comics. It is tentatively titled Riverdale and is being developed for Fox. It will be a one-hour drama. If it goes well, you can expect a zombie-filled episode during Halloween every year. Neat! Afterlife With Archie Magazine »
3 items from 2015
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