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It's always fun to see what horror projects are among the TV shows gracing the keepsake bags given out each year at San Diego Comic-Con, and we have a whopping six entries this year thanks to Warner Bros. Are your favorites among them?
#SDCC14: Warner Bros. Reveals Full Schedule Including iZombie & Constantine Pilots Plus All Your Favorites
Yesterday we learned WBTV is expanding its 2014 SD Comic-Con events to include Saturday night, and now we have their full schedule, which includes the "iZombie" and "Constantine" pilots plus returning favorites like "TVD," "The Originals," "Supernatural," and "The Following."
Typically new TV shows are shown on Preview Night of SDCC, but this year Warner Bros. Television and DC Entertainment are mixing things up with a three-hour special event on Saturday night that includes an early look at "Constantine."
As someone who grew up in the 1970's, few movies stand out in my mind as much as Westworld, written and directed by Michael Crichton; and I'm apparently not alone as HBO, in one of its biggest commitments ever, is producing a pilot for a new series inspired by the film.
The lineup for WonderCon 2013, taking place at the Anaheim Convention Center March 29-31, is starting to take shape; and we have the first word on some TV panels/presentations you might be interested in.
As we suspected would happen, a few more horror projects have been added to the lineup for the 2012 New York Comic Con, including "The Following" and "666 Park Avenue."
Warner Bros. TV will have an “Extra at Comic-Con” stage in San Diego’s Bayfront Park that will include free screenings of The Goonies, Friday the 13th (2009), and Beetlejuice; live interviews with "The Vampire Diaries", "The Following", "Cult", and "666 Park Avenue" stars; and LOTS more.
Fans of "The Vampire Diaries" and "Supernatural" who are attending this year's San Diego Comic-Con have another collectible to be on the lookout for: special editions of TV Guide Magazine with "flip" covers featuring the shows' primary cast members.
We had a lot of fun with Erik Palladino in Dead & Breakfast so are glad to see him return to the genre in the new ABC series "666 Park Avenue", especially now that he's moved up from a guest appearance in the pilot to a regular, playing Tony DeMeo, a doorman at The Drake apartments.
Everyone knows sex sells so it's no surprise ABC is focusing on the seductive side of its new series "666 Park Avenue" in these new promo posters, but we definitely prefer the spookier aspects of the network's original artwork. In any event, check 'em all out right here!
A quick teaser promo has arrived for ABC's "666 Park Avenue", and we like what we're seeing from this new series about The Drake, where evil, obsession, and supernatural occurrences are all included in the rent.
Horror on TV has never been hotter, and everyone is scrambling to find the next big scary thing. Writer David Wilcox, who's worked on "Law & Order," ABC's "Life on Mars," and Fox's "Fringe," recently talked about how latest project, "666 Park Avenue", relates to the book and lots more.
ABC is adding one new genre show to its fall lineup, and we're definitely looking forward to it. But did they have to put it on Sunday nights? Isn't that night full enough already? Anyway, read on for more details and to get a look at the cast and new trailer.
Nope, we're not done with the TV news today, but at least this latest bit is encouraging for genre fans. Word has just broken that ABC has picked up Warner Bros. TV's spooky drama "666 Park Avenue" starring fan favorite Terry O'Quinn.
More casting news is coming in for ABC's dark new series "666 Park Avenue", which is out to prove what a devilish place New York City can be. Trust me; after living in Brooklyn for over thirty years, I speak from experience!