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Something this modern era of horror TV lacks that earlier television decades excelled at is a good assortment of spooky anthology series across the schedule. But now a new Tales from the Crypt is coming.
The TV Remake Revolution is alive and well, but thereís one particular reboot coming that is only as healthy as the freshest cadaver. Iím speaking of TNTís upcoming Tales from the Crypt. M. Night Shyamalan came out with some details clearing up what fans can expect to see.
Live action adaptations of comics have found their niche in primetime television. One set of super cool superheroes that wonít be getting their new show as expected is, sadly, the Teen Titans. Luckily, all hope is not necessarily lost.
When TNT announced last week that they were rebooting the early Ď90s cult phenomenon Tales from the Crypt, horror fans from all over rejoiced. Now, though, it looks like TNT, and executive producer M. Night Shyamalan, have some big plans for changing the style of the beloved show.
When former Fox exec Kevin Reilly was brought in as the new Chief Creative Officer for TNT and sister network TBS, he made it clear that he wanted to make big changes. His latest idea involves changing up the commercial-sphere.
Back in July, TNT ultimately opted to give Rizzoli & Isles a renewal for Season 7, which seemed like a no-brainer, as the show was reaching more than 11 million total viewers if you are counting all of the platforms TNT makes the series available on.
After first announced as being in development for cable network TNT in late 2014, news has been light on Titansí development. 16 months after it was first revealed, itís now official: the show is not moving forward.
Horror television is something we will probably always see. Shows like The Twilight Zone helped the genre gain lots of ground, and current shows like Ash vs Evil Dead and American Horror Story, horror lovers still have shows to look forward to on TV. Now, though, it looks like another horror television show, this one from daysí past, is coming to our screens.
In 2014, ESPN and TNT showcased their faith in the NBAís popularity on the small screen by laying down a nine-year $24 billion deal. But here we are, a year later, and the numbers aren't looking good.
Cancellations and renewals are finally upon us once again! It looks like TNT has gone ahead and renewed their hit series The Librarians along with two others. Get the details here!
Tis the season to be jolly, but itís hard to keep up positive appearances when your TV show has just been canceled. It was a cancel-happy day at TNT, as the network brought the ax down on Legends and two more shows.
The attacks that took place in Paris over the weekend were devastating both politically and personally, and shows of support for France have emerged on just about every front. Television networks have been rearranging their schedules, and several series have delayed episodes.
Due to relatively new Turner leadership by Kevin Reilly, who aims to bring edgier fare to networks TNT and TBS, there has been a palpable lack of certainty about what series would continue to have life on the two networks. But Murder in the First need not worry.
Sean Bean may currently be very much alive on TNTís Legends, but the actor has a reputation for getting killed off in many of the TV shows and movies he signs on for. Now, Bean has spoken out, discussing exactly how he feels about being known as the dude who dies over and over again.
When you cook a meal for the first time and decide that you like certain parts and not others, you can always just customize it more to your liking the next time you cook it. TNT is embracing that approach in delivering Season 2 of Legends.