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Exclusive: Game of Thrones season 2 roundtable

Game of Thrones’s second season, based off of George R.R. Martin’s novel A Clash of Kings, is blissfully due to descend on us in just a few weeks’ time.  And though anticipation for the show’s return couldn’t be higher, there seems to be a growing undercurrent of tension or concern among both the fan and journalistic communities.  Showrunners D.B. Weiss and David Benioff have changed the name of Asha Greyjoy, Theon’s sister back on the Iron Islands, to Yara?  The way-cool storyline the crippled Bran Stark has back at Winterfell might be cut and moved to the third season?  Daenerys Targaryen’s minimal presence in the novel might be dramatically expanded – with action scenes?

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Tuesday, October 25, 2011

HBO will undertake the TV journey to The Dark Tower

We haven't heard much lately about the effort to make Stephen King's The Dark Tower. As you know, plans to make the proposed movie installments at Universal Pictures were grounded when the studio didn't want to meet the budget requirements producers Brian Grazer and Ron Howard wanted.

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AMC renews The Walking Dead for third season

AMC has given the go-ahead for a third season of The Walking Dead. For those of you that have been following the news reports about the second season's viewing figures, today's announcement shouldn't come as too great a surprise.

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Monday, October 17, 2011

Season 2 premiere of The Walking Dead breaks records

The first episode of season two of The Walking Dead premiered last night on AMC and the turnout was big. The cable network has issued notice that an impressive number of zombie watchers tuned in: 7.3 million viewers, up 38% from the average number of watchers from season one (5.2 million.)

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Saturday, October 8, 2011

The Simpsons renewed for 24th and 25th seasons

The Simpsons will be broadcasting new episodes until at least 2014, which will be the show's 25th season on the air. A deal has been reached between the actors that provide the voices of the characters and Fox, the network that owns the program.

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Tuesday, October 4, 2011

The Playboy Club is the first fatality of 2011's TV season

After three episodes NBC has cancelled The Playboy Club and pulled it from the network programming schedule. Those poor little Playboy Club bunnies!

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Thursday, September 29, 2011

X-Files' Chris Carter headed back to TV with Unique

The creator of The X-Files has a new TV show idea and it's Unique.

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Tuesday, September 20, 2011

Ashton Kutcher's Two and a Half Men draws big numbers

Last night's season debut of Two and a Half Men -- the first one without Charlie Sheen and with Ashton Kutcher -- drew huge numbers. Estimates come in at 27.7 million viewers, nearly double what last season's first episode drew.

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Sunday, September 18, 2011

Source Code being developed as a TV series

If the stars align correctly then about a year from now you could be watching the first episode of a Source Code television series.

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Wednesday, August 31, 2011

Season 2 of The Walking Dead begins with 90-minute episode

When the new season of The Walking Dead premieres on October 16, that night's episode will run 90-minutes in length.

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Friday, August 26, 2011

DC's Deadman by way of Supernatural creator

One of DC Comics lesser known superheroes, Deadman is Boston Brand, a former trapeze artist who died while performing a high wire act. In the afterlife Brand finds himself a wandering spirit, called upon by a higher power to help those on the mortal plane seeking justice. Yeah, a supernatural Quantum Leap, but the catch is that Deadman debuted in comic books 20 years before that NBC series, in 1967.

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Wednesday, August 24, 2011

Jerry Bruckheimer and The Rock like wrestling in the 80s

When CSI super-producer Jerry Bruckheimer sells a pilot to a network, it's news. When said pilot will be executive produced by the man formerly called The Rock, it's bigger news.

When said pilot is a drama set in the golden 1980s era of professional wrestling, the ghost of Randy "Macho Man" Savage smiles down from Heaven.

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Wednesday, August 10, 2011

What really happened to Frank Darabont and The Walking Dead's second season

Kim Masters has written an excellent piece of showbiz journalism for The Hollywood Reporter trying to describe what the mood is amongst the cast and crew on The Walking Dead after showrunner Frank Darabont was dumped by AMC. After interviewing crew members and agents that represent actors working on the show, Masters paints a picture of a troubled production, one that is "scared" of how the network is pulling rank and dictating how the show will get made.

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Thursday, August 4, 2011
Tuesday, July 26, 2011

Frank Darabont out of The Walking Dead

Supposedly it's all but official but Frank Darabont, the showrunner/pilot director and writer of AMC's The Walking Dead series has hit the road.

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Wednesday, July 13, 2011

Glee to lose three cast members

Glee co-creator Ryan Murphy has announced a bombshell that has fans taking notice. When the Fox favorite begins its third season this fall, it will be the final year on the show for stars Lea Michele (Rachel), Cory Monteith (Finn) and Chris Colfer (Kurt) -- and likely the final one for other, as yet unrevealed cast members.

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