Along with announcing "The Shop," which we told you about earlier today, TNT has rebranded itself as "TNT Drama - Boom," picked up "Proof" as a new series, and has a few more in development.
As we sit here at Dread Central HQ, firefighters are battling the "Bernardo Fire," which has burned over 1,500 acres of land. We look to take our minds off things by working, but irony has reared its ridiculous head yet again! Read on for the latest on a new addition to Stephen King's Firestarter canon.
With talk of resurrections, out-of-body experiences, and hauntings, TNT's "Proof" pilot has piqued our interest so we're continuing to keep an eye on it. Up today is some more casting news in the form of Terminator 2: Judgment Day's Joe Morton.
More than likely, TNT's Kyra Sedgwick-produced "Proof" is more drama than supernatural in nature, but the medical-themed pilot has landed its lead actress so we'll keep passing on the news until we get confirmation one way or the other.
Another horror-themed TV show was just given a pilot order, this time on TNT, which is re-teaming with its "The Closer" star Kyra Sedgwick on a supernatural medical drama called "Proof."
The news from the TV Upfronts is a bit light today on the horror side with just one project coming from TNT/TBS hitting our radar. Read on for the early word on "Portal House," which is in development by TNT.
As we all know, genre TV shows are hot right now, and TNT is jumping into the fray by developing "Frankenstein", a new series from Lionsgate Television and 1019 Entertainment based on the five Frankenstein novels by horror author Dean Koontz.
The TNT Network has claimed time and time again that they know drama. That seems to be what they refer to everything as. We've watched flicks ranging from Animal House to Salem's Lot, and each time the "We Know Drama" bug pops up. Go figure. Anyway, the studio has a new supernatural series coming up that's being billed as - you guessed it - action-adventure drama. Come on, guys! Embrace the genre!
Looking for a way to celebrate the premiere of "Supernatural" Season Six next Friday, September 24th? How about a marathon of 20 episodes from the show's previous seasons? From the Press Release: