Amy Berg wrote some of our favorite episodes of Eureka, Leverage and Person of Interest — and now she's creating a new digital series about superheroes who turn to crime, called Caper. She told us why superheroes would want to steal, and how to portray supers on a Youtube budget.
This week on television, the Peter Porker: the Spectacular Spider-Ham stories become canon. Sort of. We also get to find out what it would be like if Tony Stark ruled the world. Doctor Who does a Western episode. But most of all, Syfy is having two monster movies, back to back.
This week's television rules! There's the long-awaited Robot Chicken Star Wars special. Henry Rollins wants to know if you have the "warrior gene." Big Bang Theory does the JLA! Plus live(ish) comedy from Ricky Gervais, Jeff Bridges...and Monty Python.
There's some damn fine television this week, including new Christmas specials from Warehouse 13, Eureka and Robot Chicken. President Obama guest stars on Mythbusters. Jack Bristow fights a rogue icecap. Vin Diesel saves the baby Jesus. Plus Fringe and Smallville.
Now that we know which shows we'll see during the 2010-2011 TV season, the real work can begin: writing them. Six genre-show pros — veterans of shows like Lost, BSG, and Fringe — reveal what happens behind closed doors.