Discussion in 'Science Fiction & Fantasy' started by Temis the Vorta, Oct 10, 2011.
I agree. That makes it worth checking out.
So they're all going to go native martian then?
The Tannenbaum Co. Sells Drama Penned By Mark Steven Johnson To CBS
Sounds like an extremely watered down version of Psycho Pass.
Not sure what to make of that one.
NBC Buys Time Travel Dramas From Josh Friedman And Deborah Pratt
Love this thread, but my eyes really get peaked when I see Sci fi/fantasy + Premium network
A & E's Occult pilot is dead
Damn. I was looking forward to seeing a James Wong original show. Guess I'll just have to make do with the episodes of AHS: Coven that he occasionally writes.
Excalibur Drama From Jason Fuchs, Berlanti Prods.
‘Wizard Of Oz’-Themed Drama ‘Red Brick Road’ In The Works At Lifetime
another OZ themed pilot...must be because this is The Wizard of Oz's 75th anniversary.
^^ I've always wondered about that, so I'm a bit intrigued. Unfortunately, the buzz words "edgy" and "dark" make me want to nod off.
The mysterious hotel for wayward time travelers piques my interest, though.
Lighthouse and the Arthur drama could be cool. The other time travel show has potential, but I'm not sure what to make of the Oz one.
Seth Gabel Cast In WGN America’s ‘Salem’
Fox Adventure Drama From Sheldon Turner & Ken Nolan Searches For Atlantis
Cult Drama ‘Babylon Fields’ Resurrected With Pilot Order At NBC
Greg Berlanti’s Warner Bros. TV-based company has sold two more drama projects, both to CBS: The Shrine, written and executive produced by Nicholas Wootton, and Black Oak, written/exec produced by Julia Hart (The Keeping Room)
'Hieroglyph': Fox Orders Ancient Egyptian Action Adventure Straight To Series
ABC Adapting Young Adult book series 'Beta'
BBC America Orders ‘Intruders’; Original Series From ‘X-Files’ Alum Glen Morgan
Hieroglyphs could be cool. But I'm assuming they'll go with a mostly white, and probably British, cast, instead of, you know, people who look like they could have actually lived in ancient Egypt.
Yep, The Ten Commandments all over again.
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