More casting news has come for the Len Wiseman-directed pilot "Sleepy Hollow" as John Cho has been tapped for a guest starring role as local cop Andy Dunn.
More TV pilot news has come in today with word that Fox has found its Ichabod Crane for the Len Wiseman-directed pilot "Sleepy Hollow."
Now we don't know about you guys, but when it comes to possible actors being cast for a new TV show based on the classic Washington Irving tale featuring the headless horseman, the first name that immediately springs to mind is Orlando Jones. Right?
The tale of the infamous Headless Horseman is one that has permeated every aspect of pop culture from books to movies and beyond. Hell, he even makes a guest appearance in Skyrim for god's sake! Now he may be galloping his spectral way to the small screen.
"Terra Nova" fans, we've got bad news for you. It looks like a potential deal between 20th Century Fox TV and Netflix to bring back the show is as dead as... well... the dinosaurs.
Now this is what we call exciting news! Kevin Williamson has landed a put pilot commitment from Fox TV for a new series the revolves around a serial killer. Those of you who haven't watched his show "The Vampire Diaries" recently might be skeptical, but those of us who have know full well the depths to which Williamson's mind can travel.
Entertainment Weekly, Steven Spielberg, and Fox are deeply concerned about your well being when it comes to being around dinosaurs, and as a result, they've partnered to bring you an exclusive trio of safety conscious posters related to the new series "Terra Nova". Dig 'em!
This fall the new Steven Spielberg produced series "Terra Nova" will be stomping its way across Fox stations nationwide and to get you all geared up for this latest clash with the prehistoric era a new trailer has just debuted online. Dig it!
It's been a while since we mentioned Fox TV's upcoming "Terra Nova" from the Stephen Spielberg camp as its horror connection is admittedly light, but considering it's Spielberg plus dinosaurs with the great Stephen Lang thrown in for good measure, we figured our readers would be interested in the latest bit of news to hit the Net regarding the show.
After losing its flagship series "24" and not seeing its newer offerings (aside from "Glee") garner especially strong ratings, Fox TV is looking around for something that will attract more viewers. What have they found?
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Joss Whedon's "Dollhouse" series got a bit jerked around during its run on Fox TV, but its Season Two DVD/Blu-ray release is getting the royal treatment with fans who order from FoxConnect.com and use a special code getting free shipping, a 10% discount, and a copy of the limited edition San Diego Comic-Con lithograph.
In what should come as no surprise to anyone who's been following the show's rocky road since Day One, Fox TV has canceled Joss Whedon's "Dollhouse". But at least they're letting it run its course and will air all 13 of this season's episodes, enabling Whedon to give it a proper send-off.
We've heard it might be turned into a musical and we've heard more times than we can count that a sequel is coming ... all with no real results ... but finally it looks like fans of Heathers are being thrown a bone with some actual meat on it. Sony Pictures TV and Lakeshore Entertainment have the project in the script stage at Fox with Mark Rizzo tapped for writing duty to convert the film into a contemporary TV series.
If you're a fan of Fox TV's "Dollhouse" series, we have some good news and some bad news. Let's start with the good: The premiere episode of Season 2 is being written and directed by Joss Whedon himself. The bad? You're going to have to wait one more week to get your dose of Dushku as Fox has pushed back the series' return to September 25th.