• TV News: Knuckles, Dragon, Superman, Vampire

    John Cleese: Cancel Me It looks like John Cleese’s proposed docuseries about cancel culture, titled “John Cleese: Cancel Me,” is unlikely to go forward on Channel 4 in the UK. The update comes three years afer it was announced. The broadcaster reportedly could not come to a deal with Cleese with the reasoning being put The post TV News: Knuckles, Dragon, Superman, Vampire appeared first on Dark Horizons.

  • Sencindiver Joins FX’s “Alien” Prequel Series

    American-Danish-Korean actress Sandra Yi Sencindiver (“Foundation,” “The Killing”) has joined Noah Hawley’s “Alien” series for FX. The prequel series, currently filming in Thailand, will be set towards the end of this century – a few years before “Prometheus” and three decades before the “Alien” film. The series will mark the first project in the franchise The post Sencindiver Joins FX’s “Alien” Prequel Series appeared first on Dark Horizons.

  • Netflix Chief: We’re Not Making Fewer Films

    Netflix’s reputation when it comes to original movies has been one of quantity over quality – the streamer posting films up left and right on its service with very little oversight or fanfare. For some filmmakers, this is a blessing as they have been able to make the projects they want for considerable budgets without The post Netflix Chief: We’re Not Making Fewer Films appeared first on Dark Horizons.

  • “Star Trek: Discovery” Star On Early Woes

    With the odd exception, the rule of thumb with many “Star Trek” series is that they usually don’t find their footing until their third season. Though there’s the occasional exceptional episode like “The Measure of a Man,” “Conspiracy” or “Q Who,” it wasn’t until the third season that “Star Trek: The Next Generation” found its The post “Star Trek: Discovery” Star On Early Woes appeared first on Dark Horizons.

  • CBS Cancels “CSI: Vegas,” “So Help Me Todd”

    The axe has swung on two primetime series at CBS. Both Skylar Astin and Marcia Gay Harden’s mother-son legal drama “So Help Me Todd,” and the original “CSI” revival “CSI: Vegas” have been cancelled. The recent second season of ‘Todd’ and third season of “CSI: Vegas” have both been averaging 6.2 million total viewers and The post CBS Cancels “CSI: Vegas,” “So Help Me Todd” appeared first on Dark Horizons.

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