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September 28 2016

CW gears up for a big season

The CW is gearing up for a big season it seems and is making several moves to make sure you don’t forget it. Despite most networks already being a couple weeks into their fall seasons, The CW kicks off its new episodes next week, and to that end it has launched a new sizzle reel… read more

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Jon Bernthal’s Punisher is gearing up for another appearance, but the question is where. A scheduled appearance at New York Comic Con by Jon Bernthal has been canceled and that is causing all sorts of speculation as to what may be going on. Due to his Netflix production schedule, @jonnybernthal will only be at #NYCC… read more

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Originally scheduled for a January debut, the newest entry in the Star Trek mythos has received a four-month delay into May 2017. CBS announced on Wednesday that Star Trek Discovery has been delayed from January until May. The announcement was made at the request of the creative team working on the series. “Bringing Star Trek… read more


Black Lightning has already found a home it seems, and will at least produce a pilot. After news hit that Greg Berlanti (Arrow, The Flash, Supergirl, Legends of Tomorrow) was teaming up with Mara Brock Akil & Salim Akil (The Game, Being Mary Jane) for a Black Lightning series, it’s doubtful anyone thought it would… read more

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For a third time the 1988 cult classic film Heathers has been optioned for a TV adaptation. This time it’s TV Land. Yes… TV Land. About the most cookie cutter, safe, cable channel of them all. If you have never seen the movie, stop reading this and watch it immediately. If you want just a… read more

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Greg Berlanti is at it again with yet another super hero TV series in the works. This time it’s Black Lightning. According to Deadline,  Greg Berlanti – the man behind Arrow, The Flash, Legends of Tomorrow and Supergirl – has teamed up with Mara Brock Akil and her husband Salim Akil to bring Black Lightning… read more

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ABC seems to be going back to the Marvel well for a new comedy series based on the super hero team The New Warriors. According to a report from TV Line, ABC is in development on a New Warriors comedy series that would focus heavily on fan favorite character Squirrel Girl. Yes, she talks to… read more

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The 1980s is becoming hot again for reboots, and next up is The Lost Boys. Released in July 1987, The Lost Boys has become one of those 1980s films that it feels like everyone on the Earth has seen. It was a unique take on vampire films, and it was just fun. On the off… read more

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Marvel is expanding its TV presence yet again with the announcement that Hulu is developing a show based on The Runaways comic. It was revealed on Thursday via Deadline that Hulu is developing The Runaways for a series with Gossip Girl creators Josh Schwartz & Stephanie Savage in conjunction with Marvel Television and ABC Signature. This… read more

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It sounds as though The CW has a lot in store for us this year on its DC shows, and a lot of it sounds awesome. The CW held its panel at the Television Critics Association meetings and there was a ton of news for all of its DC shows. Arrow At long last, season… read more

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Fox sent out the first picture on Monday of Maggie Geha as Poison Ivy, and it’s certainly a different direction. After two seasons of Ivy Pepper being a ragamuffin street urchin with messy hair, something will happen this season with the escapees from Indian Hills that will advance her aging and we will end up with… read more

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Lionsgate is going to try really hard to convince everyone the final Divergent film being on TV is a good thing. Nice try, folks. Speaking with Variety, Lionsgate CEO Jon Feltheimer and TV Group Chair Kevin Beggs talked about the news of The Divergent Series: Ascendent showing up on TV instead of movie theaters and… read more

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