We’ve seen the first episode of Spike’s adaptation of Stephen King’s The Mist—and though it’s largely set-up, it reveals what the show is keeping from King’s original story, hints of how the novella’s being expanded for TV, and all the secrets and melodrama you’d expect from a King story.
The first trailer for Spike TV’s adaptation of Stephen King’s short story The Mist was highly atmospheric and plenty spooky. But while this new teaser is shorter, it’s way gorier. This summer’s TV just got a lot more stomach-turning, and I mean that in the best possible way.
A TV series adaptation of Stephen King’s science fiction-horror novella The Mist has been in the works since at least September, and now there’s more news: it will be coming to Spike TV in 2017.
Kim Stanley Robinson’s Mars Trilogy—a scifi classic about terraforming that was inspired by the author’s dreams of backpacking on the Red Planet—will be a scripted series on Spike TV next year. Now, we know who’ll be directing, and he’s an Emmy winner with an extensive resume: Greg Yaitanes.
Tech mogul and legit crazy person John McAfee is the subject of an upcoming six-part documentary by Spike TV, and I cannot wait.
Finally, someone's recognized that Robinson's Mars Trilogy is perfect fodder for a television adaptation. Spike TV is developing a series with Game of Thrones producer Vince Gerardis, who has some experience taking epic words and putting them on the small screen.
It's the big day. Game day, y'all. CES is in full swing, the birds are chirping, and the show doors are wide open. If you can't take a jet to Vegas in time, don't worry—stream Spike's coverage here.
After weeks of calisthenics, hydration, and shock therapy, the Gizmodo team is on the ground at CES 2012. As part of our coverage blitz, I'll be joining Spike TV—the official broadcaster of the show—today, live.
Spike TV, preeminent purveyor of television manliness, and Gizmodo, your favorite gadget site, are teaming up. We're thrilled to be partnering with Spike for their marathon coverage of the biggest tech event of the year: CES. Bonus: Eliza Dushku. Yep!
Not the whole movie, of course - Zack Snyder is too busy going over preview screening footage for that - but exclusive footage from the much-hyped, much-anticipated adaptation of Alan Moore and Dave Gibbons' graphic novel will be shown during tonight's broadcast of the Spike TV Annual Scream Awards, giving you…
You can spend up to $100 a month for various cable and satellite services to watch the new season of programming that began this week. Or, if you've got an internet connection and are willing to be a little more creative than buying episodes for $2 off Amazon Unbox or iTunes, you can view most of it for free. There…