FX’s Legion television series has captured the minds and imagination of comic (and non-comic) book fans around the country. After each week’s episode, my Twitter timeline blows up with people Tweeting how good the show is, and how they want to see a new episode right away. For those that don’t want the series to end, you are in luck as FX has renewed Legion for a second season.
I was very impressed with the pilot episode of Amazon’s The Tick. It looks like there were a lot more people who wanted to see The Tick get a series, because it is happening. In addition, those that complained about the costume looking like poo are in for a treat, as Peter Serafinowicz is getting a new costume, too!
We’ve been talking about it for years – YEARS – and finally one comic book publisher is going to try to increase comic sales by putting comic book trailers/ads ahead of its feature films and television shows.
PRESS RELEASE – IDW Entertainment announced today it is developing Jonathan Kellerman’s best-selling Alex Delaware novels, marking the first time the brand is being adapted as a television series.
What if Orcs, Elves, Humans, and Fairies have been around since the beginning of time? What happens if two cops from two very different backgrounds must work together to save the fate of the world? That is the premise for the upcoming Netflix original series, Bright. It stars Will Smith and Joel Edgerton, and debuts in December.
Starz has announced we will all be able to watch the live action adaptation of Neil Gaiman’s American Gods on April 30th.