We haven't heard any news in ages about Incursion, the space-war TV show from Stephen DeKnight, who worked on Buffy and Smallville and masterminded Spartacus. So it's great news to hear that Starz is still moving forward, and the show is described as "Halo meets Band of Brothers."
Incursion, the new space war show from Spartacus creator Stephen S. DeKnight, has a whole season worth of scripts written — ready for Starz to make a go/no-go decision. And now, Starz is ordering a season's worth of scripts for Ronald D. Moore's TV adaptation of Diana Gabaldon's Outlander as well.
It's been a long time since we've heard anything about Whedon alum Stephen DeKnight's scifi war TV series Incursion. With his series Spartacus set to end this weekend, he finally revealed some of what audiences will be in for.
Spartacus creator Steven DeKnight had one of the most thrilling announcements of Comic Con, even though it didn't happen on a panel or press conference. He's creating a brand new TV series for Starz, about a huge interplanetary war, in which humans fight aliens on a slew of exotic planets.
Steven DeKnight has wowed us with his work on shows like Buffy, Smallville and Spartacus — and now, he's bringing back interplanetary warfare, with a show for Starz called Incursion. Which sounds, basically, like Starship Troopers: The Series. Here's how Starz describes Incursion: