With Twin Peaks, The Tick and Heroes returning to television, here are six other shows worth a resurrection including Firefly and Deadwood.
With Sunday’s return of Arrested Development, Netflix managed an impressive feat, creating destination viewing on a shoe-string budget. But the test will be whether the streaming service can do the same thing again.
Crushing the hopes of Browncoats, Joss Whedon contends the runaway success of the Kickstarter for a Veronica Mars movie “doesn’t just open the floodgates” for a campaign to fund a Serenity sequel.
As The CW banishes its poor-performing new drama “Cult” to Fridays, Anna Pinkert considers the night’s reputation as “the death slot,” and those genre series that have whistled past the programming graveyard — and thrived.
Joss Whedon teases there’s a chance he could return to Firefly. “Part of me is like, ‘God, it would be great when I finish Avengers 2 to do that,’” he said. “I suspect very strongly that after Avengers 2 the next thing I do will be a one-man show. Possibly one monkey.”
With Hallowe’en out the way, we can finally start turning out attention to the inevitable oncoming onslaught of the holidays, and the question of whether or not we’re going to be able to escape our families during these stressful periods with televisual distractions. The answer…? Of course so. Here are five highlights of November’s new shows.
Nathan Fillion, Jewel Staite and Sean Maher met a packed auditorium at New York Comic Con to celebrate the 10th anniversary of Joss Whedon’s space Western Firefly, promote the Science Channel reunion … and hint at the show’s future.
The Science Channel will screen footage from Firefly 10th Anniversary Browcoats Unite Oct. 13 at New York Comic Con ahead of its Nov. 11 television premiere.
Spinning out of my ongoing fascination with the idea of canon – both “official” and personal – my attention wanders back to expanded universe spin-offs from long-running franchises. What happens when the original source material is overwhelmed by the peripheral?
In one of the most anticipated panels of Comic-Con International, thousands of Firefly fans celebrated the 10th anniversary of the beloved television series with creator Joss Whedon and stars Nathan Fillion, Adam Baldwin, Summer Glau, Alan Tudyk and Sean Maher.