Scully and Mulder Get Some Back Up on the X-Files

The Truth is still out there, and maybe this time Dana Scully (Gillian Anderson) and Fox Mulder (David Duchovney) won’t be completely on their own trying to find it. The television news/gossip site TVLine.com is reporting that everyone’s favorite FBI pairing featuring a redhead and tall brooding man, will be joined for an episode by another redhead and brooding leading man type. Robbie Amell (The Flash, Tomorrow People) and Lauren Ambrose (Six Feet Under, Torchwood:Miracle Day) have been cast as FBI Agents Miller and Einstein, respectively, TVLine  confirmed today.  Agent Miller is described as “smart and smooth”, while Einstein is … Continue reading

CBS Finds Their Girl.

And she is Super. Warner Brothers has cast Glee actress Melissa Benoist as the Maid of Might, Supergirl.  The latest DC character to held to the small screen received a series commitment from CBS, which doesn’t guarantee it a series pick up up, but shows the Tiffany Network is strongly interested in the show.  Supergirl will tell the story of Kara Zor-el, the cousin of Kal-el, who is better known as Superman.  The show will feature known Superman characters like Jimmy Olsen. Like her cousin, Kara came to Earth after the planet Krypton’s destruction.  She was also raised by a … Continue reading

NYCC 2014 – Powers Panel, Trailer

Its been a long road, but the live action series based on Brian Michael Bendis and Michael Avon Oeming’s creator owned comic Powers will finally début this December.  The show will be the first original series on Sony’s PlayStation Network. The series trailer debuted earlier today at New York Comic Con, on the Empire Stage, and here it is for everyone (Warning, it is NSFW)     Powers is a superhero/police procedural centered on Christian Walker (Sharlto Copley, who was not at the panel) as a former superhero who has lost his powers, and has become a cop.  Alongside Walker … Continue reading

Patrick Stewart returns to TV

Star Trek: The Next Generation, and  X-Men star Patrick Stewart will star in and co-produce Blunt Talk, a half-hour scripted comedy for STARZ. The cable network announced that they’d given the show –a two-season, 20-episode order. The series will be produced by Seth MacFarlane and Jonathan Ames.   Ames created the series and will serve as showrunner, while MacFarlane will serve as executive producer through his Fuzzy Door Productions company.   “Blunt Talk” will be produced by Media Rights Capital It will center on Walter Blunt (Stewart), a British import intent on conquering the world of American cable news. (Think Piers … Continue reading