Category: Television News

‘Ghost Hunters’ Team Reunites For ‘Ghost Nation’ Series This October

They’re baacckkkk. Three stars of the original Syfy series Ghost Hunters, Jason Hawes, Dave Tango and Steve Gonsalves, are reuniting for a brand new paranormal investigation series called Ghost Nation. Ghost Nation will follow the trio as they set out under their new banner, United Paranormal Research Organization (UPRO), to respond to urgent calls from local

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Ewan McGregor In Talks To Star In Obi-Wan Series For Disney Streaming Service

The Force it seems is still with Ewan McGregor. Variety is reporting that the actor is indeed in talks with Disney to reprise his role as the Jedi Master Obi-Wan Kenobi in a new standalone series for the Disney Plus streaming service. No other details are available at this time. McGregor first took on the

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Simon Pegg & Nick Frost To Star As Ghost Hunters In Upcoming Amazon Series

Who you gonna call? Viva Variety, Amazon has scored the international rights to Truth Seekers, a new horror-comedy series which will star Simon Pegg and Nick Frost as paranormal investigators. The project marks the first series from the duo’s production Company, Stolen Picture. The show will see Pegg as Dave and Frost as Gus, who

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Four Indian Directors Bringing Horror Anthology ‘Ghost Stories’ To Netflix

Zoya Akhtar, Anurag Kashyap, Karan Johar and Dibakar Banerjee first brought us Lust Stories on Netflix. Now THR is reporting that the four leading Indian filmmakers are re-teaming for a new horror anthology entitled Ghost Stories, which will air exclusively on the streaming service. While no plot details are available at this time, the outlet is reporting

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Adam Wingard Directing ‘Event Horizon’ Series For Amazon

In space, nobody can hear you adapt a film to television. Viva Variety, Amazon is partnering with Paramount Television to develop a series adaptation of the 1997 cult classic sci-fi horror film Event Horizon. The forces that be have tapped You’re Next and The Guest director Adam Wingard to executive produce and direct the series. The original

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Eddie Murphy Returning To Standup With Netflix Specials

In 1987 Eddie Murphy hit the stage to record Eddie Murphy Raw. The acclaimed set grossed $50.5 million and still stands as the highest-grossing comedy special of all-time. Decades later, it seems the comedian is ready to step back into the spotlight and in a big, bad way. According to TMZ, Murphy has been in

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Report: ‘Stranger Things 4′ Shooting This Fall

We’ve been tapping our feet for a couple of weeks but now there seems to be some good news regarding Netflix’s Stranger Things. Production Weekly is reporting that the streaming giant is gearing for a fourth season of the hit show. Moreover, the report suggests that Stranger Things 4 is slated to begin production this

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Remastered ‘Batman Beyond’ Blu-ray Set Coming In October

Batman Beyond turns 20 this year and to celebrate Warner Home Media is remastering the entire series for home release. The officially titled Batman Beyond: The Complete Animated Series Limited Edition arrives via digital Oct. 15 and on Blu-ray Oct. 29. The set comprises over 1,500 minutes; that’s a total of four discs for the

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‘Cash Cab’ Returning To TV With Original Host Ben Bailey

Buckle up! Deadline is reporting that Bravo is rebooting the Emmy-winning game show Cash Cab. Original host Ben Bailey is set to return. The series is set to shoot this summer and premiere later this year. Per the report, the show will once again take place in New York City. This time, however, Bravo says the

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PlayStation Productions Developing ‘Twisted Metal’ TV Series

Sony confirmed Tuesday during an investors presentation that it is currently in development on a television series based on their popular video game series Twisted Metal. Twisted Metal will come from PlayStation Productions, a new label recently announced by Sony that will explicitly focus on adapting the company’s decades-long catalog of video games for film and

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