More Info on the Dueling Beauty and the Beast TV Pilots; Gary Fleder Producing One & Directing Another
Well, this is interesting. One man is working on two TV shows with the same name for two different networks. Gary Fleder, executive producer of ABC’s "Beauty and the Beast" pilot, has come on board to direct the other "Beauty and the Beast" pilot at The CW.
The premiere of ABC's "The River" (review here) is just days away, and to get you guys even sweatier with anticipation, a new clip has found its way online. Dig it!
It's tough telling just how horror related a project is from a brief one- or two-line description, but as usual we're opting to bring you guys the first word on two new pilot orders ABC has given and then work out the details once more info is available.
If you aren't already sold on the mystery of ABC's new series "The River", this second sneak peek should more than just pique your interest! Check it out, and start counting the days.
Time to explore what the Magus has to offer! At least online! That's right, kids. Let the mystery officially begin. ABC has launched an official website for their upcoming television event known as "The River", and we've got your road map to it right here!
Not to be confused with the recently announced project for The CW, ABC is looking to live happily ever after in fairy tale mode with yet another iteration of "Beauty and the Beast".
With the recent success of such TV series as "The Walking Dead" and "American Horror Story", it's no surprise the bigger networks are ordering supernatural and/or genre themed pilots for the upcoming fall season left and right. The latest to join the fray is ABC, which has given the green light to "666 Park Avenue" from writer David Wilcox ("Fringe"), Warner Bros. TV, and Alloy Entertainment.
Dread Central was recently invited to a test screening event for ABC's upcoming "The River", which was created by Paranormal Activity mastermind Oren Peli and is being produced by filmmaking icon Steven Spielberg. Before checking out the first two episodes of the brand new series, we had the opportunity to sit down and chat with Peli about his first episodic television venture, the inspiration behind "The River" and how fans shouldn't expect this show to be anything like another hugely popular ABC series that took place in the jungle (i.e., "Lost").
A new still from the highly anticipated ABC series "The River" has surfaced, and as always we threw out a line and reeled it in for you. We're good like that, ya know? Look for an early review soon!
The days are ticking away until the premiere of the highly anticipated new ABC series "The River", and we've scored you guys a preview as a means to get you geared up. Stand up straight, check your equipment, grab your map, and dive in!
Over the past several days you've probably noticed an increase in television coverage in the media, and that's because the TCA (Television Critics Association) is currently holding its Winter 2012 Press Tour. As a result, we have some news out of ABC with regard to its upcoming series "The River" along with information on how you can attend a special advance screening of the pilot in Austin, Texas.
While we're not exactly sure how Dread-worthy this one will turn out, some news has come our way involving bloated action movie director Roland Emmerich's new series for ABC that just may have a nice supernatural edge to it.
If "American Horror Story" proved anything at all, it's that sometimes family can be some of the spookiest folks you end up meeting and spending time with during your life. The show met with great success, and a second season at this point is kind of a no-brainer. But what if another TV family was more concerned with bringing the spooky than it was delivering wholesome sitcom tomfoolery?
The February 7th, 2012, series premiere of "The River" is inching closer, and to get you all hot and bothered, ABC has released the official one-sheet promoting the series, which stars Bruce Greenwood, Leslie Hope, and Joe Anderson.