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When last we talked about High Moon, an adaptation of John Christopher's novel The Lotus Caves by Bryan Fuller ("Hannibal"), it was being called a pilot; but now it seems to be just another in the network's long line of Original Movies.
High Moon, starring Jake Sandvig, Chris Diamantopoulos, Jonathan Tucker, and Charity Wakefield, tells of a group who arrive on the moon and realize they've got company... and they Don't come in peace!
The film airs on Monday, September 15th, at 9/8c on Syfy. Check out the trailer and a still below.
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- Debi Moore
Last year U.S. television network Fox produced and then quickly cancelled "Rake," a toothless and weakly received version of the well-regarded and darkly humoured Australian legal comedy of the same name from local broadcaster ABC TV.
That isn't stopping Fox from trying again with another show from the same Australian broadcaster, this time they're planning a crime drama series based on the telemovie series "Jack Irish" which starred Guy Pearce.
Based on the detective novels by Peter Temple, two TV movies were produced in 2012 and one in 2014 that starred Pearce as a former criminal lawyer turned private investigator and debt collector.
Getting his life back together after the murder of his wife, he usually finds himself landing cases by being in the wrong place at the wrong time - cases involving high-level corruption, dark sexual secrets, and murder.
- Garth Franklin
The series follows the title character, a part-time lawyer, debt collector and apprentice cabinet maker who is attempting to get his life back on track after his wife’s murder. He also has the unfortunate-for-him gift of finding himself in the wrong place at the wrong time.
The one-hour drama is produced by Chernin Entertainment in association with Twentieth Century Fox Television with Peter Chernin and Katherine Pope executive producing for their shingle. Exec producers also include writer Seamus Kevin Fahey (“Spartacus”) and showrunner Anna Fricke (“Being Human,” “Everwood”).
- Whitney Friedlander
MTV is hoping to make its Scream pilot No. 1 — with a “Bullet” — by recasting a major role.
Bex Taylor-Klaus (The Killing‘s Bullet, Arrow‘s Sin) will now play Audrey Jensen, best friend of Willa Fitzgerald’s Emma. She replaces Reign‘s Amy Forsyth, a decision that was reportedly made after the table read for the pilot, according to our sister site Deadline.
Related MTV’s Scream Pilot Casts Its Victims
Here at Dread Central we love "Hannibal." Honestly, I still think we don't deserve a show as good as it is! If you haven't watched it, please rectify that situation Immediately, if not sooner. With Season 2 about to come home, you have no excuse. Speaking of which...
From the Press Release
Hannibal: Season Two, the next chapter of the smash hit series, will keep viewers on the edge of their seats when it arrives on Blu-ray (plus Digital HD), DVD (plus Digital), and Digital HD September 16th from Lionsgate Home Entertainment.
Based on the characters and elements appearing in the novel Red Dragon by Thomas Harris, Hannibal, from Gaumont International Television in association with Sony Pictures Television Networks, stars Mads Mikkelsen (The Hunt) as the iconic Hannibal Lecter, »
- Steve Barton
Spike TV has found its King Tut. Twisted and Victorious star Avan Jogia will take on the role as the Egyptian ruler in the Viacom-owned cable network's original miniseries Tut, The Hollywood Reporter has learned. The limited series is based on the story of Tutankhamun, otherwise known as King Tut. Tut hails from Muse Entertainment, best known for Emmy-nominated The Kennedys as well as Pillars of the Earth. The company's Joel S. Rice and Michael Prupas along with Greg Gugliotta (The Fosters) will executive produce with writer Michael Vickerman (Impact), Bradley Bredeweg and Peter Paige (The Fosters) and Elice Island's Jeremy Elice and Angela Mancuso (Spartacus, Helen of Troy). Irene Litinsky (Being Human) serves as
- Lesley Goldberg
While speaking with "The Walking Dead" co-star Lauren Cohan at this year's Sdcc, we asked the outgoing actress if she would be open to returning to "Supernatural" if the opportunity arose. Her response should make fans of her character on the show happy.
Cohan said she'd love to, especially as the series enters what are likely its final few seasons, but nothing is in the works. Her smile conveyed fond memories of her time there as she laughed and added that she'll have to make some phone calls.
In Season 3 Cohan portrayed the attractive mercenary Bela Talbot, one of the few characters on "Supernatural" able to pull a fast one on the Winchesters, which of course meant that fan reaction to her was mixed. She appeared in six Season 3 episodes and was presumed killed, but hey, this is "Supernatural" we're talking about... nobody stays dead forever! And besides, we'd love »
- Debi Moore
Long Lost Family: ITV, 9pm
Tonight sees 63-year-old Ann Munro from Ringwood, Hampshire try to find the son she gave up for adoption when she was 21. Louise Kendall, a 28-year-old nurse, also hopes to meet her French father for the first time.
The 100: E4, 9pm
Meanwhile, the Ark council begin to wrestle with the fact that over 200 people will have to be culled to survive another six months.
The dark conspiracy thriller returns with a prequel, before the action returns to the present day in the next episode.
Big plans for the Fourth of July weekend? Barbecue? Fireworks? Spending time with family and friends you feel bad for not seeing more often?
Nuts to all that! Why not spend the most American weekend of the year watching the most American show on television? No, not Turn. I’m talking about The Walking Dead, AMC’s beloved death-festival melodrama.
The network will air all 51 episodes of the post-apocalyptic saga starting on the morning of July 4, which means you can spend the next few days experiencing four seasons of zombie killing, lead-character fatalities, Rick Grimes’ poor leadership decisions, gruff-but-lovable Daryl Motherf—ing Dixonisms, »
- Darren Franich
Last October, Fox ordered the adventure series Hieroglyph straight to series with 13 episodes. This was an unusual move for a broadcast network with an unknown property. It was part of former Fox Chairman of Entertainment Kevin Reilly's plan to move Fox away from the traditional pilot season model. Reilly's pitch for Hieroglyph: "We wanted to do a show about deceit, sex, intrigue in the court and fantastical goings-on---no better place to set that than ancient Egypt." As "former" implies, Reilly resigned last month after upfront week. It remains to be seen if Fox will return to the pilot season model in Reilly's absence, but the network clearly was not happy with the results of this particular experiment. Fox has cancelled Hieroglyph before it had a chance to reach its midseason premiere. More after the jump. THR reports Hieroglyph is not moving forward due to "creative reasons." Only the first episode had been filmed. »
- Brendan Bettinger
Fox has decided to table drama series “Hieroglyph,” which had been given a series order for the 2014-15 season.
The sprawling action-adventure drama set in ancient Egyptian times hailed from scribe Travis Beacham, Chernin Entertainment and 20th Century Fox TV. Anna Fricke, formerly with Syfy’s “Being Human,” had signed on as showrunner and exec producer.
“Hieroglyph” was developed under Fox’s new approach to drama series development under a straight to series order model. But the additional scripts that were coming in after the formal series order were underwhelming and the network decided to pull the plug before it got in much deeper on the costume drama. The first episode was shot in Los Angeles and New Mexico in the spring.
Fox had yet to set a formal premiere date beyond designating it as a midseason entry.
The decision likely reflects some rethinking of Fox’s slate in the »
- Cynthia Littleton
The exhilarating and terrifying journey of the Winchester brothers continues as Warner Bros. Home Entertainment Group delivers the ninth season of Supernatural on Blu-ray and DVD on September 9, 2014. Supernatural: The Complete Ninth Season contains all 23 gripping episodes from Season 9 and is packed with over four hours of bonus content - including featurettes, commentaries, a Comic-Con panel, deleted scenes, and a gag reel. Fans that purchase the Blu-ray will also have access to a Digital HD copy of all 23 episodes. Supernatural: The Complete Ninth Season is priced at $59.98 Srp on DVD and $69.97 Srp on Blu-ray.
How do you deal with a fallout of heavenly proportions? With the angelic Host's descent to Earth, Sam and Dean are now facing a world inhabited by thousands of powerful beings, who soon form their own chaotic agendas. Before tackling the threat of the "loose nukes" roaming the globe, however, the Winchesters engage in their most personal conflict yet. »
With writer/director Declan O’Brien’s Joy Ride 3: Road Kill releasing to DVD and Blu-ray this Tuesday, June 17th, here’s additional coverage stemming from our set visit last summer to the same in Winnipeg, Canada.
Written and directed by O'Brien, whose previous horror entries include the Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment features Wrong Turn 3, Wrong Turn 4 and Wrong Turn 5 (as well as Syfy's Sharktopus), Joy Ride 3: Road Kill (review) originated with the 2001 Paul Walker-starring, J.J. Abrams-co-scripted film Joy Ride.
Joining him are Kirsten Prout (The Twilight Saga: Eclipse) as tuner-car girl ‘Jewel McCaul,’ Jesse Hutch (Freddy vs. Jason) as racer ‘Jordan Wells,’ Benjamin Hollingsworth (of the television series “Cult”) as mechanic ‘Mickey Cole, »
- Sean Decker
Telltale Games’ upcoming Tales From The Borderlands just got a lot more nerdy, as today the company revealed which talents will be lending their pipes to the title.
Sam Witwer, perhaps best known for his work in the American version of Being Human and his voicing of Darth Maul in Star Wars: The Clone Wars, will voice one of the main protagonists of the game, Rhys. Joining Witer will be Nerdist founder and @midnight host Chris Hardwick, who will portray Vaughn, a “meek, mousy accountant for the Hyperion Corporation” and Rhy’s best friend.
Additional talent featured in Tales From The Borderlands include Patrick Warburton (Family Guy), Nolan North (Uncharted series) and several returning members from the Borderlands series cast, including Dameon Clarke as Handsome Jack.
Without doubt, Telltale Games’ narrative-driven experiences have typically featured excellent voice casting, and Tales From The Borderlands doesn’t appear to change that. All »
- Eric Hall
What if someone you loved died… and then appeared at your door years later? This compelling “what if?” will be at the heart of A&E’s upcoming series, The Returned. Based on the French series of the same name, A&E has ordered a 10-episode first season order of the series, and they have now cast a key character that should please fans of Supernatural and Being Human.
Deadline reports that actor Mark Pellegrino has signed on for a lead role in The Returned. The former Lost co-star will be reunited with Carlton Cuse, who was co-showrunner of Lost and will write and executive produce The Returned. In addition to acting in shows like Supernatural and Being Human, Pellegrino has also appeared in Revolution and Dexter. This time around, Pellegrino will play a father whose children return from the dead:
“Pellegrino will play the rugged Jack, father of 20-year-old twin girls Lena, »
- Derek Anderson
Exclusive: Lost alum Mark Pellegrino, who played Jacob on the hit ABC series, is reuniting with Lost co-showrunner Carlton Cuse. Pellegrino has been tapped as a lead in Cuse’s 10-episode straight-to-series A&E drama The Returned. Cuse wrote the first episode, and he and Raelle Tucker will write and executive produce the supernatural/suspense drama, an adaptation of the acclaimed French series. The Returned, from A+E Studios and FremantleMedia North America, focuses on a small town that is turned upside down when several local people, who have been long presumed dead suddenly reappear, bringing with them both positive and detrimental consequences. Pellegrino will play the rugged Jack, father of 20-year-old twin girls Lena, and Camille, who died in a school bus crash four years ago at age 16 and are now coming back. Pellegrino, repped by Domain and Framework, co-starred on the CW’s The Tomorrow People this past season, »
- NELLIE ANDREEVA
Teasers? Scoop? UK air-dates for your favourites Us shows? If you want it, the Tube Talk Q&A has got it - and this week, we've even throw in some idle speculation just for fun.
In the past seven days, we followed up on your queries re: Nikita, CSI and more, and what we find out is presented in easy-to-read form below!
Does anyone know when the most recent series of CSI will air on C5?
We do, we do! The 14th season of CSI - which got its Us premiere way back in September 2013 - is finally heading to Channel 5 next month.
Note down Tuesday, June 3 at 9pm in your calendars, because that's when season premiere 'The Devil and D.B. Russell' will be getting its first UK outing, with a desperate D.B. (Ted Danson) on the hunt for Morgan and Ellie Brass.
Any chance ye know anything »
We’ve known for a while now that Warner Bros. has plans for an animated Aquaman feature as part of its DC Universe Animated Original Movies line, which of course was teased during the end credits of Justice League: War, and now thanks to Newsarama we’ve got some minor details on the feature.
According to the site, the movie will have “Aquaman” in the title somewhere, and will be set in the same New 52-inspired universe as Justice League: War and the subsequent Son of Batman. They go on to report that Sam Witwer (Being Human) will lend his voice to Orm, Aquaman’s brother, and that “the film will likely be something of a New 52 origin story for Aquaman, meaning sources tell us at the start of the film he won’t know much, if anything, about his connection to Atlantis, his place in their royal family, and »
- Gary Collinson
After the fourth and final season of Being Human had wrapped earlier this year, castmembers Sam Witwer, Sam Huntington, Kristen Hager and Meaghan Rath reunited at this year's Calgary Comic & Entertainment Expo to reflect on their time together and share some behind the scenes details. Spoiler warning. The Us adaptation of the British series, Being Human, recently concluded after showrunner Anna Fricke decided to pull the plug and end the series in a satisfying manor amidst some financial issues that were looming over the production. "We told the story in the appropriate amount of time," said Huntington, "If we didn't end it the way we did, SyFy probably would've taken a longer look at potentially having us back for another season." Witwer addressed the fans who were sad to see the »
- Keven Skinner
For four seasons, the Syfy drama series Being Human won over audiences with bold character developing, exciting plot twists and intriguing politics between supernatural species. Its premise was to follow a ghost named Sally (Meaghan Rath), a vampire named Aidan (Sam Witwer) and two werewolves, Josh (Sam Huntington) and Nora (Kristen Hager), as they struggled to keep their dark secrets from the world, while also helping each other navigate the complexities of living double lives. Now that the series is over, actor Sam Huntington spoke to Collider for this exclusive phone interview about how he feels that the show ended in just the right way, when and how he found out that Season 4 would be their last season, how grateful he was that they were able to end the show the way they wanted to, his desire for Josh and Nora to ride off into the sunset together, how concerned »
- Christina Radish
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