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Superheroes, time travellers, aliens and zombies. Here’s our pick of forthcoming Us geek TV for 2015…
Following on from our list of brand new UK geek-skewed TV shows to keep an eye out for next year is this gaggle of Us counterparts. There are film adaptations from 12 Monkeys to Scream, comic book adaptations including Daredevil and Dark Matter, and a host of original projects.
All of the ones listed below are as certain as certain gets in the world of Us TV commissioning, and as a bonus, there’s a wee list of sci-fi and fantasy pilots to look forward to should they be picked up by their respective networks.
You’ll find this one among our running total of movies currently being turned into TV shows, for obvious reasons.
A Syfy production that’s expected to arrive in January 2015, 12 Monkeys is based on the 1995 Terry Gilliam film (itself »
Actress Carol Ann Susi, probably best known to TV fans as the voice of Howard Wolowitz’s unseen mother on The Big Bang Theory, has died after a fight against a very aggressive cancer. She passed away yesterday, Tuesday, Nov. 11. She was 62. Originally from Brooklyn, New York, Susi has been a major fixture on television for years. In addition to her recurring role as Mrs. Wolowitz on the CBS sitcom, she has appeared on numerous different television series. Throughout her career, which lasted 40 years, Susi guest starred on well-know dramas, such as Grey’s Anatomy, Six Feet Under, and ER, along with countless comedy series, including King of Queens, Married with Children, Ugly Betty, That ’70s Show, Sabrina the Teenage Witch, Just Shoot Me and Seinfeld. The following is a statement from Warner Bros. TV, CBS and Big Bang Theory executive producers Chuck Lorre, Steven Molaro and Bill Prady regarding »
- Chris King
In addition to the CBS sitcom, the Brooklyn, N.Y., native appeared on countless TV shows during her 40-year career, including Grey’s Anatomy, Ugly Betty, That ’70s Show, Sabrina the Teenage Witch, Just Shoot Me and Seinfeld.
“The Big Bang Theory family has lost »
Happy Halloween! Well, almost. The haunted holiday is just one day away and we thought we would prepare by celebrating all of our favorite TV and movie witches. Whether it's Fiona (Jessica Lange) from American Horror Story: Coven or a nicer spell-caster like Sabrina (Melissa Joan Hart) from Sabrina the Teenage Witch, there's plenty of famous small screen witches to choose from. But let's not forget all the famous movie witches, like Hermione Granger (Emma Watson) from the Harry Potter series, Winifred Sanderson (Bette Midler) from Hocus Pocus of the Wicked Witch of the West from The Wizard of Oz. So which famous TV or movie witch are you most like? To celebrate Halloween, play our »
Jiji, I’ve decided not to leave this town. Maybe I can stay and find some other nice people who will like me and accept me for who I am.
In a month full of horror and malevolent covens and blood-curdling scares, I offer now the soothing respite of Hayao Miyazaki’s beautiful and serene Kiki’s Delivery Service. Possibly Miyazaki’s most under-appreciated film, it is surely his most modest, which I mean as a compliment. It is the epitome of Miyazaki’s quiet filmmaking, letting the soft emotion and warm aesthetics of the animation do most of the talking. The fact that Kiki is a witch is beside the point, because this is a coming-of-age story for a young girl committed to helping others but forgetting about herself.
Coming-of-age films for girls are rare enough as it is, and with Kiki’s Delivery Service coming as it did »
- Jake Pitre
Halloween is almost here and this writer couldn’t be more excited. Halloween is a little like Christmas for my family, we go all out with decorations and treats for the trick-or-treaters. To celebrate the spooky season I’ll be running a week-long series of frightening features, focusing on all the great – and worst – movie monsters; witches, vampires, werewolves and more.
The series kicks-off today with a look at some of the best, and some of the worst, movie witches. Witches are the original Halloween ‘monster’; October 31st is All Hallows Eve which was, once-upon-a-time, a sacred pagan holiday – until the Christians got rid of it.
Witches are much more prominent in the world of television with shows like Charmed, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, The Vampire Diaries, The Secret Circle, and of course Sabrina the Teenage Witch, all featuring a witch as an integral part of the show. This fascination »
- Kat Smith
Set in the present in the small fictional town of Riverdale, New York, the story deals with the eternal love triangle of Archie Andrews, girl-next-door Betty Cooper, and rich socialite Veronica Lodge.
Rival Reggie Mantle, slacker best friend Jughead Jones and popular gay character Kevin Keller will all play key roles in the series which will also include characters from other titles in the Archie Comics library like "Josie and the Pussycats".
The project is described as a "bold, subversive take" on the comic which explores the "surrealistic twists of small-town life plus the darkness and weirdness bubbling beneath Riverdale's wholesome facade."
The project is being penned by Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa, the Archie Comics Cco who also penned the "Carrie" and "Town That Dreaded Sundown" remakes, the Broadway-bound musical adaptation of "American Psycho, »
- Garth Franklin
I grew up during the heyday of Tgif. I remember fondly going to my best friend’s house on a Friday after school and we would watch the classics: Family Matters, Step by Step, Boy Meets World, and Sabrina the Teenage Witch. Those were the glory days – when people would actually stay home on a Friday night and watch wholesome television. ABC even tried to bring the genre back in the mid 2000’s with 8 Simple Rules and Hope and Faith, but by then audiences had stopped caring. Then along came Shonda Rhimes. She first entered the scene in 2005 with a little show called Grey’s Anatomy. Now the writer/producer/director dominates Thursday nights with fan favorite Scandal and new hit How to Get Away with Murder. The night has been dubbed Tgit and has proven to be a ratings success for the alphabet network. Whether you are a fan of Scandal or not, »
- Tim Gerstenberger
A lot of dreams came true tonight, you guys. Actually it was just one dream, and it involved a black cat, a fake gynecologist, and the realization that Sabrina the Teenage Witch ended 11 years ago, and thus we are quite old. But first, American Horror Story clearly hates us and has no respect for the fact that we didn't really want that first clown, since now they've gone and added another. Plus, Arrow went on a trip! One of those shows featured people pouring boiling water on their hands, and it's (probably) not the one you're thinking. Read on for all of our rants and raves! Rant: Ahs: Freak Show: Uh, did we ask for another clown? No, we did not, so're gonna need Dandy to stop that creepy cosplay »
The '90s pop supergroup is getting back together for a charity performance next month.
S Club 7 is bringing it all back for charity, and making our dreams come true in the process!
The '90s supergroup has finally gotten all seven members on board for a reunion at the BBC's Children in Need benefit show on Friday, November 14.
Since the group called it quits in 2003, the members had gone their separate ways. Bradley McIntosh, Paul Cattermole and Jo O’Meara still got together to perform S Club hits from time to time, while Tina Barrett stayed out of the spotlight, Hannah Spearritt pursued an acting career, and Jon Lee focused on musical theater.
Video: Watch This 'Sabrina the Teenage Witch' Reunion!
Rachel Stevens, meanwhile, pursued a solo career in music. She'll serve as a judge on the upcoming season of The Voice of Ireland.
November's BBC Charity show marks the first time that »
Alfonso Ribeiro hurt himself on DWTS - Huffington Post Sabrina the Teenage Witch gets a minireunion - Et Khloé Kardashian's divorce hits a hang-up - Us Weekly Katy Perry's birthday wish came true - Ok! Selena Gomez and Orlando Bloom travel together - Lainey Gossip Taylor Swift is coming to The Voice - Hollywood Reporter Jennifer Hudson hits the red carpet in a revealing dress - TooFab Surprising age differences between TV parents and kids - Rotten Tomatoes Matthew McConaughey admits he's vain - Wonderwall Katie Holmes gets violent in new movie - Moviepilot »
ETonline traveled to the Other Realm to catch up with 'Sabrina the Teenage Witch' stars to get the exclusive scoop on their magical reunion.
Double, double, toil and trouble — fire burn and caldron bubble!
Prepare for a spell-binding trip down nostalgia lane when the Melissa & Joey Halloween special, airing Oct. 22 at 8 p.m., features a Sabrina the Teenage Witch-inspired tale.
Beth Broderick, who is best known for playing Sabrina's brilliant Aunt Zelda, is joining her former on-screen niece, Melissa Joan Hart, in Wednesday night's episode — and ETonline was on set to capture all of the Other Realm fun!
Watch: You're Sneak Peek of 'Pll's Halloween Special!
In the Halloween-themed episode, entitled "Witch Came First," Broderick's character Dr. Ellen Radler reveals to Mel (Hart) that she was born with magical powers — but she doesn't remember her former life because she was relocated to Toledo, Ohio, in a secret witch-ness protection program. (Admit it, who »
“The Simpsons World” launches Tuesday Every “Simpsons” episode will be available via a website and app, with features including: “The Simpsons Heartbeat,” which organizes every episode by popularity, plus a newsfeed called “Everything Simpsons." ABC picks up Tyra Banks’ daytime talk show "The F.A.B.” "The Fun and the Beautiful” talk show will launch in fall 2015 with moderator Banks, plus Sports Illustrated swimsuit star Chrissy Teigen, YouTube star Leah Ashley, interior designer Lauren Makk and Yahoo Fashion’s Joe Zee. “Bones” will pay homage to Alfred Hitchcock for Episode 200 “The 200th in the 10th” episode will feature Booth and Brennan in their very own ’50s thriller inspired by the Master of Suspense. Click Read Full Post For More Jimmy Fallon to release his 1st children’s book "Your Baby’s First Word Will Be Dada” will help kids show their dads some love. Check out spoilery new “Game of Thrones »
- Norman Weiss
Melissa Joan Hart might be holding her kids extra tight today. The Sabrina the Teenage Witch star experienced a scary situation after she accidently locked her two-year-old son, Tucker, in her Gmc Denali Tuesday. According to eyewitnesses, the 38-year-old and her husband, Mark Wilkerson, were on their way to a studio when the incident occurred. As soon as they realized the situation, the couple called Aaa Auto Insurance who rushed to the scene. They immediately opened the door with a slim jim tool, which resulted in the child being reunited with his mom and dad. "No harm was done and Tucker was rescued," an eyewitness told E! News. "Aaa was able to open the door »
Presented by Diamond Comic Distributors on October 25th at participating comic book stores is the 3rd Annual Halloween ComicFest (Hcf), featuring costume contests and giveaways of horror-themed comics. Shops will be giving out 19 free titles this year, and readers can seek out tales of the living dead in Afterlife with Archie #1, Resident Evil: The Marhawa Desire, and Max Brooks’ Extinction Parade #1.
Press Release - “Diamond Comic Distributors announces a celebration of comics, comic shops, and pop-culture in October with the third annual Halloween ComicFest (Hcf) event! Communities are encouraged to check out their local comic shop and get free comics while also participating in shop’s special Halloween events such as costume contests, sales, character appearances and more on Saturday, October 25th, 2014!
During Halloween ComicFest, adults and kids can go into a local participating comic shop and get free Halloween and horror themed comics and mini-comics published specifically for Halloween ComicFest. »
- Derek Anderson
From Lori Grimes to Wesley Crusher, Den Of Geek's writers defend some of TV fandoms’ least-loved fictional characters…
The force of geek love is strong. So strong, in fact, it’s basically a Newton’s Third Law of Motion kind of deal. Each instance of geek love leads to the simultaneous, opposite force of geek hatred. Wherever a TV character is adored, another will be despised. For every fan of Angel, there’s a critic of Riley Finn. For every Rick and Shane fan, there’s someone shouting “boo” at Lori Grimes. For every Captain Picard nut, there’s a person scribbling devil horns and moustaches on pictures of Wesley Crusher. Geeks love and geeks hate. It is known.
As a great mind once said though, “hate leads to suffering”. That’s why »
Death seems to be following Archie Andrews around with the citizens of Riverdale becoming zombies and an armed assassin on the loose.
Afterlife with Archie #6 which has the title Witch in the Dream House marks the return of Sabrina the Teenage Witch who unwittingly caused the living to become the walking dead in the latest offering created by writer Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa, and artists Francesco Francavilla and Jack Morelli.
The unthinkable has happened: Riverdale has become ground-zero for the zombie apocalypse, and the surviving members of our gang have been forced to flee their beloved home. However terrible things have been for Archie and friends, they’ve been Much worse for Sabrina the Teenage Witch. Banished to witches’ purgatory after using the dreaded Necronomicon, she’s now fighting for her immortal soul!
Afterlife With Archie #6 which features a variant cover by Andrew Pepoy and Jason Millet is now available.
Whereas the »
- Trevor Hogg
Archie Comics' Afterlife with Archie has been a huge hit, and now they're releasing the first trade paperback for the series, which collects Issues 1-5, featuring the first storyline, "Escape from Riverdale." Get a sneak preview right here!
The story is written by Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa with art by Francesco Francavilla and Jack Morelli and cover by Francavilla.
Afterlife with Archie Book One arrives in stores June 10th; pre-order yours below.
When Jughead's beloved pet Hot Dog is killed in a hit and run, Jughead turns to the only person he knows who can help bring back his canine companion—Sabrina the Teenage Witch. Using dark, forbidden magic, Sabrina is successful, and Hot Dog returns to the land of the living. But he's not the same... and soon, the darkness he brings back with him from beyond the grave begins to spread, forcing Archie and the gang to try to escape Riverdale! »
- Debi Moore
For those who have a love for zombies as well as for Veronica and Betty, Archie Comics has teamed with writer Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa plus artists Francesco Francavilla and Jack Morelli to produce a horror series that takes place in the hometown of a famous redhead.
When Jughead’s beloved pet Hot Dog is killed in a hit and run, Jughead turns to the only person he knows who can help bring back his canine companion—Sabrina the Teenage Witch. Using dark, forbidden magic, Sabrina is successful and Hot Dog returns to the land of the living. But he’s not the same… and soon, the darkness he brings back with him from beyond the grave begins to spread, forcing Archie and the gang to try to escape Riverdale!
Afterlife with Archie Vol. 1 gathers the Escape from Riverdale storyline which encompasses issues 1 to 5; the collection features a cover by Francesco Francavilla »
- Trevor Hogg
Chicago – Mark Waters’ “Vampire Academy” is one of the more toothless attempts to make a “fetch” bloodsucker movie for the middle-high school crowd, to use a phrase from his revered teen comedy “Mean Girls”. Based on the six book series written by Rachelle Mead (which has sold 8 million copies worldwide) “Vampire Academy” the movie tackles teenage friendship in the chaos of high school with the same type of Waters’ “I’m not like a regular mom, I’m a cool mom” distance, but with even softer gloves.
That the movie boasts it was adapted by Dan Waters, who scripted “Heathers,” shows that the real shock is missing - either Waters isn’t writing with as provocative a pen, or the images of a shocking high school have changed.
- firstname.lastname@example.org (Adam Fendelman)
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