Along with a series order for the “Arrow”/”Flash” spinoff and renewal of “iZombie,” the network picked up Julie Plec’s outbreak drama and Rebecca Bloom’s romantic comedy adventure.
Watch as Spinoff’s Todd Gilchrist learns firsthand how director Gavin Hood and Digital Domain created the zero-gravity fight sequences in Ender’s Game.
Disney’s programming at D23 included a behind-the-scenes look at animation, a discussion of Pixar’s shorts and demos of the Fantasia and Infinity video games.
Sons of Anarchy creator/showrunner Kurt Sutter wants to explore the foundation of SAMCRO, but “right now, it is just conversations.”
Spinoff Online presents an exclusive clip from tonight’s episode of Da Vinci’s Demons, the new Starz historical fantasy created by David S. Goyer.
If there’s one thing that a quick look at the current state of television and movies will tell you, it’s that there’s not much need for original ideas when there’s so much out there ready and waiting to be adapted, updated or just outright ripped off. That’s why we’ve decided to help in that process with a series which offers up some of the things we’d like to see being brought to big screen or small. This week’s suggestion? Chose Your Own Adventure.
Now that I’ve admitted that I don’t watch live television anymore, it’s time for the second of my television-viewing-related confessions: My TiVo list is filled with multiple episodes of shows that it’s very possible that I’ll never quite getting around to watching. That’s not just me, right…?
Series from filmmakers Kevin Smith and Richard Linklater top Hulu’s summer slate of new and original programming. Smith’s movie show Spoilers kicks things off June 4.
As we said yesterday, this week saw the broadcast networks reveal their 2012 Fall schedules, telling advertisers, reporters and other interested parties what to expect from the next year of TV. But how important was the “schedule” part, exactly…? Does it even matter when shows are on anymore?
If rumors and reports are to be believed, Netflix is about to go from being a DVD and streaming content delivery service to a television channel. But why? Isn’t that exactly the exact opposite of the reason why everyone likes Netflix in the first place?
The news that Netflix has won the rights for the new season of Arrested Development is definitely a good thing for everyone who’s a Netflix subscriber and likes good comedy, but is there more to this story than meets the eye?
Netflix’s Instant Streaming has changed the way that people watch movies and television, as well as pretty much taken over the internet (Seriously; almost 30% of peak U.S. bandwidth use comes from Netflix Instant, according to recent studies). No surprise, then, that everyone wants a piece of that action – but can anyone come up with a Netflix killer by this point?