MTV announced it has ordered a television pilot based on Wes Craven and Kevin Williamson’s hit horror franchise Scream.
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A television series based on Wes Craven and Kevin Williamson’s Scream franchise is in the early stages of development at MTV.
Marc Bernardin returns for a rundown of the best, and most offbeat, DVD and Blu-ray releases arriving in stores today. This week’s list includes the second season of Sherlock, the only season of The River, and the adventures of Daniel Radcliffe, ghost hunter, in The Woman in Black.
Man of Action Studios — comics and television creators Duncan Rouleau, Joe Casey, Joe Kelly and Steven T. Seagle — have announced three new development projects: a film adaptation of Rouleau’s The Great Unknown, a TV adaptation of Casey’s Kafka, and a series of animated shorts by Casey and Jim Mahfood.
For an art show, special makeup effects artist Kevin Kirkpatrick created sculptures of what Beavis and Butt-Head might look as real people. What he came up with is incredible — and a little horrifying.
MTV has revived archival content from its 1990s animation showcase Liquid Television and made it available on a new website.
After being rejected by Fox and shopped to other networks, the adaptation of the acclaimed IDW Publishing horror series has reportedly come to the attention of MTV.
Fans of Beavis & Butt-Head received a first look at the animated series’ return to MTV during a discussion at Comic-Con International with creator Mike Judge moderated by Jackass star Johnny Knoxville.
MTV has released a new trailer for Teen Wolf, its upcoming drama loosely based on the 1985 Michael J. Fox comedy. The new series exchanges some of the humor for teen angst (and bare skin), using the tagline, “One bite unleashes his wild side — can he control his urges?”
Comedy Central has released the nominations list for the first Comedy Awards, which includes such actors has Will Ferrell, Tina Fey and Betty White.
Beavis and Butt-Head are returning to MTV later this year. In the words of Butt-Head, “That rules!”
Multiple companies are pulling ads for MTV’s Skins as the series faces accusations of child pornography. With ratings falling for the show’s second episode, I can’t help but wonder: Shouldn’t this kind of controversy be a good thing?