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.
We’re in upfronts week, when the networks announce their new line-ups for the new television year starting in September, revealing what shows are returning and what shows are premiering. Less excitingly for fans and creators, however, it’s also when the shows get officially cancelled by the networks, sometimes without making much noise about it. If you’re wondering whether your favorite bubble shows have quietly met their end, here’s a list of the shows that won’t be returning for next year.
Executive producers Michael Green and Zack Estrin talk with Spinoff Online about their ambitious new ABC horror series The River, and how it may help to change network television.
What’s that, you say? February is when television networks get a little lazy, because everything is in midseason and moving along quietly apart from the Superbowl? Hardly; here are five shows that you might want to tune into as they make their (re)appearances this month.
The trailer for the midseason drama suggests Steven Spielberg, Oren Peli & Co. may deliver edge-of-your-seat horror in their series about the search deep in the Amazon for a missing wildlife expert.
ABC has released the first clips and images from its newly acquired pilots, including two genre series: Once Upon a Time, set in a town where the modern age and fairy tales collide; and The River, a mystery that sends a disparate group of people deep into the Amazon
The creators of Paranormal Activity have decided to bring their particular brand of spooky into your house; they’ve teamed with Dreamworks to create a new television series, The River.