Fox is calling in for some serious back-up, enlisting Criminal Minds star Jennifer Love Hewitt as a series regular for the second season of Ryan Murphy's (American Horror Story) first responders series 9-1-1.
Vive la Netflix, Lesnar as Hogan 2.0, Atwood Talks Terrorists, Broad City Ends, and Cusack's Low 'Fidelity' [The Weekly Static s01e35]
The Weekly Static is our look at the past week in the land of the networks, cable, and streaming -- this week we catch you up on what's new with Brock Lesnar, Netflix, John Cusack, Margaret Atwood, and Broad City.
In what many are calling one of the largest creative contracts in television ever, Emmy, Golden Globe and Peabody Award-winning producer/director/writer Ryan Murphy (Glee, American Horror Story, Pose) has signed an overall agreement with Netflix that could end up being valued as high as $300 million.
Credit: JoJo Whilden/Hulu Based on Lawrence Wright's Pulitzer Prize-winning book The Looming Tower: Al-Qaeda and the Road to 9/11, Hulu's new dramatic series The Looming Tower focuses on the rivalry and distrust between the CIA and FBI throughout the '90s that may have laid the groundwork for the 9/11 terrorist attack With the limited series set to[...]
Credit: JoJo Whilden/Hulu With what might be one of 2018's more controversial series, Hulu's new dramatic series The Looming Tower focuses on the rivalry and distrust between the CIA and FBI throughout the '90s that may have laid the groundwork for the 9/11 terrorist attack Based on Lawrence Wright's Pulitzer Prize-winning account, the series will examine[...]
Even with Empire and Star on hiatus until March 2018, Fox isn't about to give up on Wednesday nights, announcing premiere dates for The X-Files and 9-1-1.
Premiering in January 2018, Fox has released the first teaser footage for Ryan Murphy's '9-1-1'; as well as an official synopsis for the series below.
Simmons, Michelle Rodriguez, and Todd McFarlane. Here's a rundown on what we'll see this season: ● "The Trials of Superman" looks at the legal battles over the rights to the iconic character. ● "Misfits Who Made Marvel" looks at the early days of creating what would become Marvel Comics. ● "Image Comics: A Declaration of Independence" examines how the company[...]
The cast of Ryan Murphy’s upcoming Fox drama series 9-1-1 continues to grow, adding Oliver Stark, Aisha Hinds, Kenneth Choi and Rockmond Dunbar as regulars.
Simmons, Michelle Rodriguez, and Todd McFarlane. Here's a rundown on what we'll see this season: ● "The Trials of Superman" looks at the legal battles over the rights to the iconic character. ● "Misfits Who Made Marvel" looks at the early days of creating what would become Marvel Comics. ● "Image Comics: A Declaration of Independence" examines how the[...]
PSA: One Of The Biggest Proponents Of Firing Aubrey Sitterson Is A Well-Known Anti-Diversity Troll Campaign
Joe writer Aubrey Sitterson, whose tweets about 9/11 have found him at the center of a controversy that could potentially see IDW and Hasbro fire him from the upcoming Joe relaunch book, Scarlett's Strike Force. In our last article on the subject, we went into detail on the timeline and some of the history of interactions[...]
There has been considerable concern expressed to me over the final page of last week's Earth 2: Worlds End weekly comic from DC Comics. It features the
And it's all post 9-11. It's probably time for some actual rewriting of the origins of the entire Marvel Universe, a series that threads all those early issues into one post 9/11 narrative. The space flight as something to give people hope, the mutant fear given the allegory of anti-Muslim feeling and rhetoric, Magneto as a member[...]
This is the final page. Then directly followed by pages from the 9/11 volume A Moment Of Silence and Heroes Like this one. It's bloody weird that's all I'm saying Bloody weird. Pages from these volumes will appear in around 70 Marvel comics through the month of September. There will be spoilers for New Avengers Annual #2 published[...]
Maybe they're getting it mixed up with Heil? There has been an awful lot of Hitler about recently. SundayWatch: This Sunday's comic strips will all be 9/11 themed Expect a mix of morbidity and poignancy Not too many laughs Business as usual then. In one of the simplest offerings, the dog Earl of the strip Mutts turns[...]