12 items from 2014
I hate to get excited about pilots, but I admit it, I’m excited about this one, if it’s anything like the original. We posted that original pilot of Babylon Fields back in October when it was first reported that NBC was resurrecting it from its previously dead state.
It’s always encouraging to hear that casting has begun, and especially nice when it’s a familiar face from one of Our Kind of Shows. TVLine is reporting that Skeet Ulrich of gone-too-soon Jericho has been cast in the dual role of Father Harries and his addict twin brother who has returned from the dead.
Because yes, this series is one of several returned-from-the-dead-yet-not-zombies series in development or recently or about to be aired, like the French series The Returned, which A&E is remaking maybe with Carlton Cuse, and ABC’s Resurrection, which premieres March 9.
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- Erin Willard
News Louisa Mellor 25 Feb 2014 - 07:51
CBS' defunct back-from-the-dead pilot, Babylon Fields, is being revived by NBC with Skeet Ulrich in the lead...
The annual pilot cull passes by unnoticed most years, its casualties easily given up and rarely missed. In 2007 though, one CBS pilot was a regrettable loss, Babylon Fields, a drama telling the story of a small town whose dead loved ones mysteriously come back to them.
NBC obviously felt the same way, as they're reviving the premise with a new cast, evidently hoping to jump on today's un-zombie genre bandwagon. Jericho and Law & Order's Skeet Ulrich will be co-starring with Californication's Meagan Good in the new pilot.
Seven years after Babylon Fields was first mounted, the small screen has become a crowded place for back-from-the-dead drama. Alongside French original series Les Revenants, soon to enter its second season, The Returned A&E remake of the same, »
Jericho alum Skeet Ulrich is set for a lead role opposite Meagan Good in NBC drama pilot Babylon Fields, from Michael Cuesta, Gerald Cuesta and Michael Atkinson. The 20th TV-produced project, originally developed and piloted at CBS seven years ago, is about a town’s residents coming back from the dead. Ulrich, repped by UTA and Brillstein, will play the dual roles of Father Harries, a local priest, and his estranged identical twin brother Graham, a junkie who returns from the dead. This marks Ulrich’s return to NBC, where he starred on Law & Order: La. He will segue to Babylon Fields after wrapping indie Lost In Austin and next will be seen in the indie 50 to 1. Related: Pilot Season 2014: The Overachievers 2014 CBS Pilots »
- NELLIE ANDREEVA
NBC's Babylon Fields has enlisted a Jericho alum. Skeet Ulrich will play identical twin brothers in the drama starring Meagan Good, The Hollywood Reporter has learned. The drama, from Gerald Cuesta, centers on the dead rising again in Babylon, N.Y., where lives are regained, old wounds are reopened and families are restored -- for better or worse. The newly regenerated bodies are healing faster and growing stronger, prompting discussion that this might be the next step in human evolution. Story: TV Pilots 2014: The Complete Guide Ulrich will play Father Harries, a local priest, and his twin brother, Graham, a
- Lesley Goldberg
Jamie Lee Curtis has scored the starring role in CBS' untitled David Marshall Grant drama previously known as "Only Human". Curtis will play their mother, a dynamic and distinguished physician who now runs a hospital.
Based on the Israeli format "Ran Quartet," the story is described as a soapy medical show centered around quadruplets who grew up on a reality show. [Source: The Live Feed]
Ulrich will play the dual roles of Father Harries, a local priest, and his estranged identical twin brother Graham, a resurrected junkie. [Source: Deadline]
The story centers on Ross, a detective, and Milton, »
- Garth Franklin
We’re over the moon excited about the return of Continuum for its third season on Syfy this spring. And today we got an official announcement from Syfy on the return of a few of their shows with Continuum in the mix. Here’s the specific bit about Continuum from that press release followed by the Syfy teaser.
Continuum (Season 3 Premiere)
Returns Friday, April 4 at 10Pm – Season 3 of Continuum amplifies the mythology, technology and the stakes of time travel to an intense and personal level. At the end of Season 2, Alec Sadler made the Earth-shattering decision to hijack Kiera’s (Rachel Nichols) chance to get home, in order to save Emily, the girl he loves, from certain death. This act of desperation not only jettisoned Alec into the near past, but it condemned Kiera to incarceration by the Freelancers, who are ‘collecting’ time travelers in order to protect history. Now, »
- Jess Orso
‘Bittersweet’ is the perfect word for the news that the final season of Warehouse 13 premiere date has been announced. It will only be half a season, six episodes, but it is wonderful that the show will be given a chance for a suitable series finale.
In purely happier news, we now also have premiere dates for the third season of Continuum, new series comics-based Metal Hurlan Chronicles (with James Marsters!), new competition Jim Henson’s Creature Shop Challenge, and more. Bookmark this page and/or check our calendar so that you can continually plan your life around your favorite shows.
Syfy’S 2014 Spring Lineup Includes Original Series Premiere Of Jim Henson’S Creature Shop Challenge Plus Farewell Season Of Beloved Warehouse 13 March Features Original Specials Carvers, My Big Fat Geek Wedding And Foxy & Co.
New York – February 14, 2014 – The debut of the new reality series Jim Henson’s Creature »
- Erin Willard
"Un-Real" stars Shiri Appleby ("Girls," "Life Unexpected") as Rachel, an employee of an "Bachelor"-like dating show whose job is to goad contestants into saying and doing outrageous things that make for compelling TV. Megyn Price ("Rules of Engagement") plays her boss, the show's executive producer.
"'Un-Real' is unlike anything that exists on television today," says Rob Sharenow, Lifetime's executive vice president and general manager. "It's premium and original on every level, and we're thrilled that Marti Noxon and Sarah Gertrude Shapiro's unique series will be Lifetime's first program produced by A+E Studios. »
In this new featurette, actor Christian Kane talks about his character (Mark Allen) in the upcoming 50 To 1. Based on Mine That Bird, the underdog racehorse that won the 2009 Kentucky Derby, the film opens in theaters March 21, 2014.
Two songs from Kane’s The House Rules (2010) album – “Something’s Gotta’ Give” and “Whiskey in Mind” – are featured in the 50 To 1 soundtrack.
The cast and filmmakers of 50 To 1 will hit the road rock-star style on a cross-country tour beginning March 17 to promote the major motion picture’s release.
Cast members set for the tour are Skeet Ulrich, Christian Kane, Todd Lowe and Hugo Perez.Also on tour will be filmmakers Jim Wilson and Faith Conroy. As a very special treat – the real Mine That Bird will make special appearances along the way.
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- Michelle McCue
Feature Louisa Mellor 5 Feb 2014 - 07:00
On the 22nd of July 2005, the day after a series of failed terrorist bombing attempts in the UK capital and a fortnight after fifty-two people had been killed in the London Underground bombings, a Metropolitan Police surveillance team misidentified Brazilian electrician Jean-Charles de Menezes as a fugitive terrorist and fatally shot him as he entered Stockwell Tube Station.
The aftermath of de Menezes’ death, the circumstances of which were the subject of intense press speculation in the run up to a 2008 inquest that resulted in no criminal prosecution for the officers involved, caught the imagination of screenwriter Jed Mercurio.
Previously the creator of Cardiac Arrest and Bodies, a pair of TV dramas that exposed troubling aspects of the modern public health service, Mercurio would use a »
Starz is setting sail with a new drama when "Black Sails" launches Saturday (Jan. 25).
The swashbuckling adventure combines real-life pirates from the 18th century, like Charles Vane (Zach McGowan), Calico John Rackham (Toby Schmitz) and Anne Bonny (Clara Paget) and characters from Robert Louis Stevenson's classic "Treasure Island," like Captain Flint (Toby Stephens) and John Silver (Luke Arnold), with new fictional characters like Nassau proprietor Eleanor Guthrie (Hannah New) and her right-hand man and woman, Mr. Scott (Hakeem Kae-Kazim) and Max (Jessica Parker Kennedy).
At first glance, the high seas adventure might appear to be more along the lines of former Starz program "Spartacus," which often seemed like a pornographic movie with fighting and a large budget. Like its predecessor, "Black Sails" does not shy away from violence and sex.
But four episodes in, "Black Sails" is actually spinning a cleverly-crafted tale of intrigue, secrets and deceit surrounding a »
Check out the first trailer and poster for the upcoming movie 50 To 1 - based on Mine That Bird, the underdog racehorse that won the 2009 Kentucky Derby. The film opens in theaters March 21, 2014.
50 To 1 is about a misfit group of New Mexico cowboys who find themselves on the journey of a lifetime when their crooked-footed racehorse qualifies for the Kentucky Derby. The cowboys face a series of mishaps on their way to Churchill Downs, becoming the ultimate underdogs in a final showdown with the world’s racing elite.
Skeet Ulrich (Jericho, “Scream,” “As Good As It Gets”), Christian Kane (Leverage), William Devane (24, “The Dark Knight Rises”), Todd Lowe (True Blood, Gilmore Girls) and newcomer Madelyn Deutch star in the film alongside real-life jockey Calvin Borel, »
- Melissa Thompson
12 items from 2014
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