The cable channel’s reboot of the big-screen slasher franchise will premiere in October 2015.
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Despite the extra day, we’ve managed to make it to March relatively unscathed, and look what’s waiting for us: New Mad Men and Community! If that wasn’t enough, there’s also much-anticipated new drama Awake, and Ashley Judd returning to the small screen. Read on for the March debuts we’re most excited about.
If there’s one thing that 1980s television was good for, it was opening title sequences. Shows back then didn’t just have titles that told you what the show was called, they had the presence of mind to tell you everything you needed to know to watch an episode, even if you’d never heard of the show before. Why don’t more shows do that anymore?
The popularity of next season’s TV debuts are already being tracked, and it’s an odd selection that seems to be getting an early nod from potential viewers – and an especially odd omission from the top 10, as well.