A few years ago, when then-Fox Entertainment president Kevin Reilly proclaimed the death of pilot season, he was referring to the short, frenzied period of time when every network goes after the same talent in order to produce multiple pilots all at once. Reilly wasn’t criticizing the art of the pilot itself, but just the outdated idea of everyone developing shows all at once.
Pilots, after all, can still be a good judge of whether a show can be sustained — and if it has been cast, written and produced properly. On the flip side,
“We might do a TV movie — we daydream about that” said Braff when asked for his thoughts about revisiting the comedy series. “We’re all doing so many different things that we love, so the idea of going back and signing a long contract doing years and years of Scrubs is not on our minds. What’s more realistic is Bill and I are very close and we often laugh about what would it look like to do a two-hour movie — like what Psych did.”
Scrubs ran on NBC for its first seven seasons, before
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To celebrate the “Harry Potter” film series coming to HBO, the premium cable network will host “Hogwarts House Challenges” in in Atlanta, Boston, and Denver where fans can participate in trivia and challenges. They will also be able to view original props including the basilisk’s fang, Bellatrix’s dagger, and the Magical Drafts and Potions textbook. At each event, prizes will be awarded for best costume, best team photo and more. Hogwarts House Challenges, powered by Wink Back, Inc., will kick off in Atlanta on Jan. 18, followed by Boston on Jan. 25, and Denver on Jan. 31. A limited number of tickets will be available on HBO’s Facebook page in the coming days. All of the “Harry Potter” films and the spinoff “Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them” are now
Press Release: Los Angeles – January 12, 2018 – IFC announced today that horror-comedy series Stan Against Evil has been picked up for a third season slated to air in Fall 2018. Created by Dana Gould (The Simpsons, Parks and Recreation) and starring John C. McGinley (Scrubs)and Janet Varney (You’re the Worst), Stan Against Evil has grown its dedicated fan base since originally debuting in 2016, with The New York Times calling it a “gruesome, deadpan delight.” Season 2 concluded in November 2017 with Stan Miller (McGinley) and Sheriff Evie Barret (Varney) accidentally opening a portal into the past, allowing the 17th century demons to create new mayhem in their
Nestled on a quiet neighborhood street just outside of Atlanta, the two-story home looks like a peaceful place, with its sprawling front porch and red and white colors giving it the appearance of a tranquil farmhouse. But while this home may
Paul Shoulberg will direct the film from his own script. The movie will be produced by Spicer and John Robert Armstrong for their Indiana-based company Pigasus Pictures. Shooting begins Oct. 27 in Bloomington, Ind.
Ortiz and Colindrez portray a father-daughter team who operate Cordova Mortality Solutions, counseling terminally ill clients, while Light plays a sharp-tongued free spirit who has no time for her own mortality. Spicer is a psychic medium and Meyer portrays a woman dying of a terminal blood disease.
“Ms. White Light” is the first in Pigasus Pictures’ slate of six films to be produced locally in Indiana over the next three years. Spicer and Armstrong previously teamed with Shoulberg to produce “The Good Catholic,” starring John McGinley and Danny Glover.
Light stars on “Transparent” and was nominated for a supporting actress
Press Release: New York – October 13, 2017 – This Friday the 13th prepare to be afraid..ish. IFC announced today that a Season 2 episode of their horror-comedy original series Stan Against Evil, created by Dana Gould (The Simpsons), is now available to watch commercial-free, three weeks before the series’ linear premiere. The episode is available on a variety of network platforms including VOD, TV Everywhere, and IFC’s social, mobile and digital pages,
“Season 2 picks up again in Willard’s Mill, the small New England town where the perpetually disgruntled former sheriff Stan Miller (John C. McGinley) must begrudgingly get off his couch to solve the mystery of Sheriff Barret (Janet Varney)’s time-travelling disappearance. Through thick and thin, the unlikely team continues to battle against the unleashing of wicked demons trying to take over their town, which happens to be built on the site of a massive 17th-century witch burning.”
Stan Against Evil season 2 is set to premiere on November 1st.
Press Release: Be afraid. Be very afraid….ish. The official Season 2 trailer for IFC’s horror-comedy Stan Against Evil, unveiled today at New York Comic Con, offers a sneak-peek at the demonic creatures, ghosts, and wareponies (yes, ponies) rising to delightfully frighten the residents of Willard’s Mill.
Season 2 welcomes returning stars John C. McGinley (Scrubs) as Stan Miller, the curmudgeonly retired police-sheriff, and
Question: Please tell me the glimpse we got of Cristina in the Grey’s Anatomy premiere foreshadowed an actual appearance by Sandra Oh this season. — Janet
Ausiello: I and, for that matter, Grey’s Ep Krista Vernoff would love to tell you that that was happening. “I would give anything for a visit from Sandra Oh,” she says, adding with a laugh, “Do you know her? Can you call her and talk her into it?” In all seriousness,
You can watch the new promo video below, and in case you missed it, watch the teaser trailer for the second season of Stan Against Evil, which premieres on November 1st on IFC.
Press Release: More Monsters. Deadlier Demons. Same Stan. In an all-new Season 2 trailer
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