One of the very first scenes of 11.22.63 features a character explaining just what he has been doing with the awesome power of time travel: He’s been buying really good, really cheap meat from 1960 and bringing it back to the present to make hamburgers. No other character ever really manages to top that reason.
We all love Tom Hiddleston, and this spring, you’ll get to see him on your TV once a week—as a spy no less. Some new details have been revealed about his new project The Night Manager, a six-part miniseries that will air in April on the BBC and AMC.
Stop what you are doing and watch this sneak peek of Cartoon Network's new miniseries Over The Garden Wall. It is amazing. So amazing. It's got all the charm and wonder of a classic children's story melded perfectly with the strange modern comedy sense of today.
Many moons ago, Bryan Fuller (Hannibal and Pushing Daisies) developed a TV adaptation of John Christopher's The Lotus Caves for Syfy. Alas, the pilot never made it to the small screen, until now. Syfy is finally airing their lost Lotus Caves adaptation titled High Moon.
We've been waiting on tenterhooks for NBC to tell us when their Rosemary's Baby remake would premiere, and now we know: May 11th, 2014. That's still nearly a month away, but there are more photos to slake your curiosity until then.
The more we see of the Rosemary's Baby TV miniseries starring Avatar's Zoe Saldana and Jason Isaacs as the cult leader, the more excited we get. A good reboot, you say?
We're actually fairly excited for NBC's upcoming Rosemary's Baby remake, and not just because they have main character Zoe Saldana in the Mia Farrow haircut (although that helps). But overall we're just genuinely excited for more TV horror! Check out the first stills and teaser from the miniseries right now.
Playwright and screenwriter David Mamet (Wag The Dog, The Unit, Hoffa) is developing is turning Christianity's Seven Deadly Sins into a television miniseries. Color us intrigued.
Behold our first glimpse of the Witches of East End Lifetime TV series, starring Julia Ormond as the witch of our dreams.
Everybody knows Captain Hook is an old man who's creepily obsessed with a young boy — but apparently the origin story of Peter Pan and Hook is much more scandalous than that. Learn more, in the first trailer for Neverland.
Cinematographer Robert Richardson (Inglourious Basterds) is pitching HBO an adaptation of Neil Gaiman's American Gods. Backed by Playtone Productions' Tom Hanks and Gary Goetzman, Richardson hopes to co-write a pilot, based on the award-winning novel, with Gaiman himself.
Interesting news about the musical sensation from somewhere over the rainbow. Wicked, the novel and hit musical, is not getting turned into a movie. Instead it's going to get its own miniseries from Salma Hayek.
From the mind of the miniseries master Nick Willing (who directed Syfy's Tin Man and Alice) comes a Peter Pan prequel, starring Rhys Ifans, Anna Friel and Bob Hoskins (who's reprising his role as Smee)! Watch the first footage!
Brian K. Vaughan's comic book series about the very last man on the planet is just begging for a widescreen, action-packed adaptation. And Incredible Hulk director Louis Leterrier wants to pick up where DJ Caruso failed, but on television!
Ridley Scott is going back to the man who gave him one of his greatest movies, Blade Runner. What would the world look like if we'd lost World War II? Scott's Man in the High Castle miniseries will show us.
Syfy is bringing you the backstory to Peter Pan in a four-hour miniseries called Neverland. We're not so sure how to feel about this one. We like who's involved, but the last few Syfy miniseries have been Riverworld-level bad.
Come this June, NBC is launching Persons Unknown, a genre-tinged, paranoia miniseries from Oscar-winning writer Chris McQuarrie. Will it conjure memories of the British cult-classic The Prisoner...or AMC's ponderous misfire, The Prisoner?
File this under TV movies that will be better than the actual book: Pride and Prejudice And Zombies is being made into a miniseries. Check out the possible concept art.
Once you glimpse the future, can you change it? That's the question asked by the BBC's new miniseries Paradox, about a scientist and a detective who team up to prevent a major catastrophe, using clues sent from the future.