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Report: Amazon to Revive The Tick, Starring Patrick Warburton

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Continuing the theme of reviving unlikely TV superheroes….

Amazon is said to be interested in reviving The Tick, the unabashedly costumed crimefighter played by Patrick Warburton (Seinfeld, Rules of Engagement), a source tells

Related Criminal MindsPaget Brewster Joins Amazon’s Yoga-Themed Comedy Pilot

Also starring Nestor Carbonell (Lost) as Batmanuel, Liz Vassey (All My Children) as Captain Liberty and David Burke (Brothers & Sisters) as Arthur, the live-action Tick originally ran for nine episodes on Fox in 2001.

Per, Ben Edlund — author of the comic book series that birthed The Tick, and who also had a hand »

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The Tick May Be Returning To Television With Patrick Warburton Reprising Lead Role

8 hours ago | | See recent ComicBookMovie news »

A lot of TV shows which were prematurely cancelled deserve a comeback, but is The Tick among them? I'll have to leave that up to you guys to decide, but rumour has it that the series which aired for only nine episodes on Fox from 2001 to 2002 is set to find a new home on Amazon. The source (People) is questionable, but here's what they say. Original star Patrick Warburton has apparently signed a deal with Amazon and Sony to return as The Tick and original creator Ben Edlund will produce and write the series which will then air on the online streaming service. Edlund also penned the comic book which spawned an animated series back in the 90s, and the live-action show - which also starred Lost's Nestor Carbonell - has gained a bit of a Firefly-like cult following. By all accounts, it wasn't a bad series, but »

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Patrick Warburton Set to Return in The Tick

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Don’t worry citizens, The Tick is back to save the day! Broad-shouldered Patrick Warburton only sported his blue antennae for one season the first go-around, but the critically acclaimed superhero parody is now being revived on Amazon, a source tells People. The cult-classic series is based on a comic book by Ben Edlund and was first brought to television as an animated series that enjoyed three seasons of success in the mid 1990s. In early 2012, Fox canceled Warburton's live-action version (which also starred a pre-Lost Nestor Carbonell) after just nine episodes. But no one can stop The Tick »

- Patrick Gomez, @PatrickGomezLA

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Patrick Warburton Set to Return in The Tick

11 hours ago | | See recent news »

Don’t worry citizens, The Tick is back to save the day! Broad-shouldered Patrick Warburton only sported his blue antennae for one season the first go-around, but the critically acclaimed superhero parody is now being revived on Amazon, a source tells People. The cult-classic series is based on a comic book by Ben Edlund and was first brought to television as an animated series that enjoyed three seasons of success in the mid 1990s. In early 2012, Fox canceled Warburton's live-action version (which also starred a pre-Lost Nestor Carbonell) after just nine episodes. But no one can stop The Tick »

- Patrick Gomez, @PatrickGomezLA

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‘The Following’ Showrunner Jennifer Johnson Exits After Only Three Months

14 hours ago | The Wrap | See recent The Wrap news »

Showrunner Jennifer Johnson has left “The Following” after only three months on the job, an individual with knowledge of the situation told TheWrap. Show writers Brett Mahoney and Alexi Hawley and director Marcos Siega are being elevated to co-showrunners under the supervision of series creator Kevin Williamson. Mahoney and Hawley have also been bumped up to executive producers. Johnson, who had only taken over day-to-day duties from Williamson in June, will now turn her attention full-time to projects from her overall development deal with Warner Bros. TV. Also read: ‘Lost’ Alum Zuleikha Robinson Joins ‘The Following’ as Series Regular Williamson handed over the reins to. »

- Travis Reilly

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The Following Changing Showrunners — For the Second Time in Three Months

15 hours ago | | See recent news »

The Following is once again answering to a new leader.

Less than three months after taking over for exiting showrunner Kevin Williamson, Jennifer Johnson is also stepping down from her post at Fox’s serial-killer drama, our sister site Deadline reports.

Related  Lost Alum Joins The Following Season 3 as the Love of Ryan’s Life

To fill Johnson’s absence ahead of Season 3, Following writers Brett Mahoney and Alexi Hawley will now co-run the series alongside director/Ep Marcos Siega.

Johnson — whose producing credits include Lost, Cold Case and Gang Related — was brought on board in June, after Williamson stepped »

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Wme Signs ‘Goosebumps’ Star Dylan Minnette

28 August 2014 4:15 PM, PDT | Deadline New York | See recent Deadline New York news »

Exclusive: Dylan Minnette has signed with Wme ahead of his roles in two upcoming studio releases. The 17-year-old built a burgeoning film and TV career with recurring roles on Fox’s Prison Break and ABC’s Lost. He next stars opposite Steve Carell in Disney’s October adaptation Alexander And The Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day, helmed by Miguel Arteta and produced by Shawn Levy. Minnette also stars in Sony’s chiller Goosebumps opposite Jack Black as author R.L. Stine, set to hit theaters in August 2015. Minnette also appeared recently in Denis Villeneuve’s kidnap thriller Prisoners and Jason Reitman’s Labor Day. Earlier this year he appeared on ABC’s Scandal as the son of President Fitz Grant. He will continue to be repped by Monster Talent and Skrzyniarz & Mallean.


- Jen Yamato

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Video: Scandal's Joe Morton Mulls Next Rowan/Fitz Face-Off — 'Sparks Will Fly'

26 August 2014 1:20 PM, PDT | | See recent news »

The good news for those who love to hate Scandal‘s Papa Pope: Emmy winner Joe Morton anticipates having a solid presence during at least the first half of Season 4.

The bad news? There may be a heap of comeuppance ahead for Olivia’s father, if (Ok, when) Fitz learns that Rowan orchestrated the fatal poisoning of First Son Jerry III.

Related Scandal Gets Lost, Casts Sonya Walger in Top-Secret Role

Speaking with TVLine’s Michael Ausiello on the 2014 Emmys red carpet, Morton — who this Emmy season grabbed gold for Outstanding Guest Actor in a Drama Series — cleared the air »

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‘The Leftovers’, Ep. 1.09, “The Garveys at Their Best,” reveals the show behind the show

26 August 2014 11:46 AM, PDT | SoundOnSight | See recent SoundOnSight news »

The Leftovers, Season 1, Episode 9, “The Garveys at Their Best”

Written by Kath Lingenfelter & Damon Lindelof

Directed by Daniel Sackheim

Airs Sundays at 10pm Est on HBO

Well, that was a neat trick.

Not the final reveal, no, that is something that (I hope) will become almost beside the point. But what I’m really talking about is the episode itself. That is something that I did not expect the show to pull off so well this late in the game.

Nine episodes after the fact, we are now getting who Tommy is and what he means to Kevin. We get what Jill has lost. And we see where Kevin’s head has been at, and where it might go, all in an absorbing, if necessarily stuffed hour. This flashback to flesh everyone out is absolutely invaluable as we head into the finale and the second season. It is also pivotal »

- Michael

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Under The Dome season 2 episode 9 review: The Red Door

26 August 2014 9:46 AM, PDT | Den of Geek | See recent Den of Geek news »

We knew it couldn’t last. The latest episode of Under The Dome is barmier than ever. Here’s Frances’ review…

This review contains spoilers.

2.9 The Red Door

Let’s take a big fat internet-eraser to last week’s review, in which some idiot stated that Under The Dome had swapped its barminess for a new sensible approach. That clearly isn’t the case. What seemed, over the past fortnight, like a reboot into safer, more generic territory was really just the show rearing up and readying itself for this week’s gigantic leap back to bonkers-land.

At least the audience knows where it stands again. No longer do we have to grudgingly concede that Under The Dome has smartened up its act and started to make actual sense. We’re all back in the state of baffled-yet-entertained carbon-monoxide-leak dizziness that the series has kept us in since the dome came down. »

- louisamellor

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‘Under the Dome’: Gettin’ Back to the Dome

26 August 2014 8:46 AM, PDT | | See recent Screen Rant news »

[This is a review of Under the Dome season 2, episode 9. There will be Spoilers.]


Due in large part to the fact that the series was developed by former Lost writer Brian K. Vaughan, Under the Dome has been seen as having similar storytelling aspirations. Both series feature a group of people trapped in a mystifying location with plenty of supernatural undertones, and a plume of smoke that moves with a purpose. At a certain point, both series also featured a plotline in which characters attempt to return to the show’s primary setting, despite having previously fought to get away from it (or out from under ...

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- Kevin Yeoman

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Aaron Paul is first ever 3-time Emmy winner as Drama Supporting Actor

25 August 2014 7:20 PM, PDT | Gold Derby | See recent Gold Derby news »

With his Emmy victory Monday night, Aaron Paul is now the first person to ever win three times as Best Drama Supporting Actor. His previous two wins were in 2010 and 2012. -Break- Paul has only lost twice before for "Breaking Bad." Michael Emerson ("Lost") defeated him in 2009. He was not eligible in 2011 but suffered another loss in 2013 to Bobby Cannavale ("Boardwalk Empire"). On the AMC drama, he played Jesse Pinkman, a young drug dealer and meth manufacturer working for his former science teacher Walter White (Bryan Cranston). He submitted the episode "Confessions" to the Emmy judging panel. In this show, he is warned to leave town and completely disappear. The episode ends with him in a rage, spreading gasoline all over Walt's house. Watch our video chat with Anna Gunn ('Breaking Bad') Paul was previously tied with two wins in this category with four men: Michael Conrad ("Hill Str. »

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Damon Lindelof Writes Lost-Themed Episode for Phineas And Ferb

25 August 2014 9:30 AM, PDT | GeekTyrant | See recent GeekTyrant news »

Disney's animated series Phineas and Ferb continues its tradition of having fun with geek pop culture. Co-creator and writer of Lost Damon Lindelof has written a special episode for the show that pays tribute to Lost. Not only that but Terry O'Quinn, the actor who played John Locke in the classic TV series, will be voicing a character in the episode! 

The episode is called  "Lost in Danville," and it also guest stars Jane Kaczmarek (Malcolm in the Middle) and Rob Morrow (Numb3rs).

In the episode, "a mysterious locked capsule falls into Phineas and Ferb's back yard and they struggle to open it, only to discover they have unleashed something they cannot control. Meanwhile, Perry learns that Dr. Doofenshmirtz has been abducted and tracks him to Seattle where another evil scientist Professor Mystery has his own sinister plan."

O'Quinn will provide the voice of Professor Mystery, with Kaczmarek and »

- Joey Paur

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The Leftovers Recap: “The Garveys At Their Best”

25 August 2014 8:24 AM, PDT | | See recent news »

In the penultimate episode of its inaugural season, The Leftovers finally gave viewers a reason to care about the Garveys.  It took nine hours to get here -- was it worth it?  Like so much about The Leftovers, the placement of "The Garveys At Their Best" is a question of pacing.  It would have been a harrowing season opener, or another early episode.  Was Damon Lindelof afraid that a flashback episode would feel too much like Lost?  (That the present only matters because of the revelations of the past?)  Or was there a feeling that waiting this long would make the character reveals more interesting?  In any case, it arrived -- hit the jump for why "I smoked.  And I don't want a dog." Seriously consider for a moment just how different the viewing experience of The Leftovers would have been if the series had opened with "The Garveys at »

- Allison Keene

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Special Lost-Themed Episode of Phineas And Ferb to Air September 29th; First Look at Terry O’Quinn’s Character Revealed

22 August 2014 2:48 PM, PDT | | See recent news »

We learned a few days ago that the Disney Xd original series Phineas and Ferb will be resurrecting Simon Pegg and Nick Frost’s characters from Shaun of the Dead for a special Halloween episode, and now news comes that a Lost-themed episode will debut next month.  Titled “Lost in Danville”, the episode features a story by Lost co-creator/showrunner Damon Lindelof and a voice performance by John Locke himself Terry O’Quinn as, fittingly, a polar bear.  The story involves a mysterious locked capsule falling into Phineas and Ferb’s backyard, which may or may not contain said polar bear.  I’m not particularly familiar with Phineas and Ferb myself, but the one-two punch of the Shaun of the Dead and Lost news is making me rethinking my interest in the series. Hit the jump to check out the first Phineas and Ferb Lost episode image.  It airs on Disney Xd on Monday, »

- Adam Chitwood

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Disney Xd sets premiere for 'Lost'-themed 'Phineas and Ferb' episode

22 August 2014 9:57 AM, PDT | EW - Inside TV | See recent - Inside TV news »

Phineas and Ferb are getting Lost.

Disney Xd has set a premiere date for the upcoming Lost-themed episode, which features a story from Damon Lindelof and guest-star Terry O’Quinn, who played John Locke on the ABC drama.

When a mysterious locked capsule falls into Phineas and Ferb’s backyard, the duo accidentally unleash something they cannot control. Elsewhere, Perry learns that Dr. Doofenshmirtz has been abducted and tracks him to Seattle where Professor Mystery is planning something sinister.

The episode, aptly titled “Lost in Danville,” will air Sept. 29 at 7:30 p.m. Et. on Disney Xd. »

- Natalie Abrams

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Phineas and Ferb Sets Premiere Date for Lost Episode With Terry O'Quinn

22 August 2014 9:30 AM, PDT | | See recent news »

Disney Xd’s Phineas and Ferb are getting Lost this fall, but at least we now know when to find them.

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The network on Friday announced that the animated series’ Lost-inspired episode — first revealed at Comic-Con — will air  Monday, Sept. 29, at 7:30/6:30c.

From the mind of Lost co-creator Damon Lindelof, the episode finds Phineas and Ferb discovering a mysterious capsule in their backyard. Spoiler alert: opening said capsule leads to very bad things.

Lost star Terry O’Quinn is lending his voice to evil scientist Professor Mystery, »

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‘Phineas and Ferb’ Sets ‘Lost’-Themed Episode With Damon Lindelof, Terry O’Quinn

22 August 2014 9:30 AM, PDT | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

Is “Phineas and Ferb” about to tangle with the Dharma Initiative? Disney Xd’s hit toon series will deliver a “Lost”-themed episode on Sept. 29 with a story by “Lost” co-creator Damon Lindelof and a key character voiced by series alum Terry O’Quinn.

The episode, “Lost in Danville,” also features Jane Kaczmarek and Rob Morrow in guest voice roles. Story revolves around a mysterious locked capsule that falls into Phineas and Ferb’s backyard and unleashes something that they can’t control.

The “Phineas and Ferb” episode will air 10 years almost to the day after the island mystery drama premiered on ABC.

Phineas and Ferb” previously produced a “Star Wars”-themed episode.


- Cynthia Littleton

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Syfy’s Zombie Drama Z Nation to Premiere This September

22 August 2014 9:29 AM, PDT | Beyond Hollywood | See recent Beyond Hollywood news »

This September 10th will find a new zombie drama gracing your TV screens. Of course, whether you’ll tune in or not, or tune in and stick around, will be entirely up to you. The Syfy channel is getting into the undead game with “Z Nation,” which takes place 3 years after a zombie plague, and finds a group of people, including one lone badass soldier, trying to transport the only living known zombie survivor (he was bitten, but didn’t turn) from New York to California, where the last functioning viral lab is located. The show, which is getting a 13-episode first season order from the cable network, stars “Lost’s” Harold Perrineau, Tom Everett Scott and “Supernatural’s” DJ Qualls. Check out a short trailer for the drama below. Looks okay. Syfy channel cheap, yes, but hey, not every zombie drama can be “The Walking Dead,” right? »

- Nix

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Evangeline Lilly Looks a Lot Like The Wasp As She Unveils Ant-Man Hairdo

22 August 2014 5:58 AM, PDT | | See recent HeyUGuys news »

Ant-Man looks set to be one of Marvel’s loosest adaptations to date, with Hank Pym (a founding member of The Avengers in the comic books) now a superhero from the 1960s who gave up the mantle when his wife Janet – better known as The Wasp – was killed apparently in the line of duty on a mission for S.H.I.E.L.D.

In a move which isn’t too dissimilar to the source material, con-man turned hero Scott Lang will become Pym’s protégé as the two team up to pull off a heist which will help them save the world.

Evangeline Lilly is set to play Hope Van Dyne, the daughter of Hank and Janet and a character who has only appeared in a handful of comic books where we saw her as part of one of Marvel’s many alternate futures. In those, she became a »

- Josh Wilding

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