Nora Arnezeder is set to star in Zoo, a new genre series set up at CBS that’s also starring James Wolk (Mad Men).
Arnezeder may be familiar with horror fans for her turn in the Maniac redo starring Elijah Wood.
Production is well underway on one of my favorite horror shows today, Penny Dreadful. Today, Showtime has presented the first photo from the series’ second season!
John Logan, series creator and executive producer, says, “This season Vanessa (Eva Green) and Ethan (Josh Hartnett) face new challenges, and old enemies, and turn to each other for solace. Their intimacy grows as they are forced to confront their demons together.”
The latest series to be culled from a Robert Kirkman comic book – Outcast – is casting up big time. With Adam Winged at the helm of the first episode, the show will star Patrick Fugit and Philip Glenister. Deadline reports they’ll be joined by Reg E. Cathey, Julia Crockett, Wrenn Schmidt and Kip Pardue.
Fugit will star as Kyle Barnes, a young man plagued by demonic possession since he was a child.
Glenister as the hard drinking, hard gambling Reverend Anderson and Gabriel Bateman who will play the younger version of Barnes.
We are certainly living in a horror boom on television. The next property to get the small screen treatment will be From Hell, based on the graphic novel by Alan Moore and Eddie Campbell and executive produced by Don Murphy.
FX – of American Horror Story and The Strain – is developing the show. Murphy served as a producer on the 2001 feature film From Hell which starred Johnny Depp.
October yielded news that the forthcoming Scream television series at MTV would not feature the iconic Ghost Face visage that permeated four feature films. This evening, the genre community is in an uproar over a report at Entertainment Weekly. Here’s the lowdown…
No, the series will not being using the Ghost Face mask for now. In an effort to create a “wholly unique experience” the show’s creators are giving us a mask that’s another spin on the classic Edvard Munch painting.
Christina Ricci is set to reprise her role as Lizzie Borden in The Lizzie Borden Chronicles, reports Deadline. The six-part series is a follow-up to Lifetime’s Lizzie Borden Took An Ax.
Joining Ricci is Clea DuVall who will, once again, play Borden’s sister. Also starring: Veronica Mars’ Jessy Schram and Breaking Bad’s Jonathan Banks.
Stephen Kay (Boogeyman) will helm the first two episodes.
Dallas Roberts and Clifton Collins Jr. are set to star in the USA Network pilot Evil Men, a new supernatural series that’s in the works.
Per TV Line, the series “follows an upstanding, middle-class family man (Roberts) whose life is turned upside down when he is approached by a frighteningly powerful entity and commanded to kill
James Wolk will star in Zoo, a new drama series based on the bestselling novel of the same name by James Patterson, to be broadcast in summer 2015.
Zoo is a global thriller about a wave of violent animal attacks against humans sweeping the planet. James Wolk will play Jackson Oz, a young, renegade American zoologist who spends his days running safaris in the wilds of Africa when he begins noticing the strange behavior of the animals.
Back in July, there were rumblings that Sam Raimi, Rob Tapert and Bruce Campbell were tinkering with the idea of bringing Evil Dead to the small screen. Were they screwing with the fans? Not at all.
News has hit today that Starz has ordered up 10 episodes of Ash vs. Evil Dead. And get this: Bruce Campbell is reprising his role as Ash!
American Horror Story is sharing one big universe, in case you didn’t know. Since the beginning, show runner Ryan Murphy has been peppering each season with clues to the story arc of the next season. Lately, those clues have become a bit more obvious in the form of “Pepper,” for example – she’s a character who first appeared in Asylum and has resurfaced in Freak Show.
Die-hard fans that have speculated each season was somehow connected can take heart in knowing…they’re right. Murphy recently spoke to EW and confirmed the “shared universe.”
Beth wakes in a hospital, an IV in her arm. It is clean and quiet, almost like she is waking in a world not inundated by zombies. Of course, she is not. She is in a hospital in Atlanta, under the care of Dr. Steven Edwards. Police officer Dawn Lerner – who it soon becomes clear is running the show – found her along the road among what they call