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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, September 29, 2009

Dead Zone alumni developing Stephen King's Haven

Stephen King's novella The Colorado Kid is being adapted into an hour-long TV series by the same creative group behind The Dead Zone series. E1 Entertainment is the production firm developing the show which is now being called Haven, so named after the fictional small town in Maine where King set several of his scary tales in.

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Tuesday, September 22, 2009

Fox is now filled with Glee

The Fox Network has ordered a full season of episodes for its new one-hour musical/drama Glee, reports Variety. The new 9 episodes will be shot to accompany the pre-existing 13 which made up Fox's first request.

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Monday, September 21, 2009

Fallen angels show pitched to Fox

A proposed TV show with supernatural religious elements has been pitched to the Fox network by Eagle Eye co-screenwriter John Glenn. On first blush Fallen sounds like a concept that takes bits and pieces from other better-known movies and TV shows but hey, when has that ever stopped a network from making a series before?

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The winners of the 61st annual Primetime Emmys

At the Nokia Theater in Los Angeles tonight the winners of the 61st annual Primetime Emmys were announced. While Neil Patrick Harris was certainly a better host than last year's quintet of reality show hosts, there weren't many spectacular moments that stood out during the broadcast. The same could be said of the Emmy winners; most of the shows and talent that won a statue were the ones that critics predicted. For example, AMC's Mad Men, last year's winner for Best Drama Series, won it again. So did 30 Rock for Best Comedy Series. To no one's surprise The Daily Show nabbed a couple more statues in the variety categories and The Amazing Race took its seventh consecutive Emmy, continuing its domination of reality program honors.

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Wednesday, September 9, 2009

Come next year Ellen DeGeneres pronounces judgment on American Idol

Ellen DeGeneres will join the judges bench of American Idol when it starts its new season next January. The daytime talk show host replaces the departing Paula Abdul.

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SelleVision coming from X-Men director and Heroes producer

Heroes producer Bryan Fuller and X-Men/Superman Returns director Bryan Singer are working on a one-hour comedy series for NBC to consider picking up. The show is called SelleVision and is being adapted from a novel written by Augusten Burroughs. Fuller is writing the pilot script and Singer is attached to direct it.

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Tuesday, September 8, 2009

Sci-fi western being written by Chuck producer

A new idea for a western television series with a science fiction angle to it has just gone into development at the Fox Network. It's still untitled and in the early stages of being fleshed out but we do know a couple of glimmers into what it's about thanks to its writer/creator, Chuck executive producer Scott Rosenbaum.

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Bruckheimer's catching criminals for NBC

The Hollywood Reporter states that NBC has ordered a pilot for a new Jerry Bruckheimer produced action series. The logline for the untitled show follows the pursuit of criminals on the run by a law-appointed team.

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Thursday, September 3, 2009

3-D TVs coming next year

Sony Electronics is stepping up to make it a goal to start selling 3-D televisions around the world next year. Speaking at the IFA Trade Technology show in Berling, Sony chief executive Howard Stringer unveiled plans for his company to be the first TV manufacturer to sell television sets that will be able to show 3-D immersive programs.

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NBC opens its Prime Suspect division

When some British program is a success in its homeland the odds are very good that an American version of it will get made. Proving that there is no exception to this rule comes today's news that NBC is developing a two-hour version of Prime Suspect, the acclaimed English police procedural that considerably raised the profile of Helen Mirren with American audiences.

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Wednesday, September 2, 2009

TV's Sarah Connor named Queen of Game of Thrones

Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles star Lena Headey is the latest casting addition to HBO's Game of Thrones pilot. The British actress, who played Sarah Connor for the show's two seasons as well as Queen Gorga in Zack Snyder's 300, will play Queen Cersei in Thrones.

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Mad Men renewed for season four

AMC has given an early renewal for a fourth season of Mad Men. The decision is a bit of a no-brainer considering that when the third season of the swinging Sixties show aired last month it delivered a new record for its ratings with 4.5 million viewers tuning in.

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HBO greenlights Boardwalk Empire series

After watching the pilot episode HBO has ordered 11 episodes of the Martin Scorsese produced series Boardwalk Empire. Scorsese also directed the pilot which kicks the story off.

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Monday, August 31, 2009

MTV wants its Teen Wolf, seriously

Watching MTV develop a pilot for a proposed Teen Wolf series is one of the stranger things that I've seen the former music video channel do, but it's happening none-the-less.

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Scream 2009 Awards nominees announced

Spike TV has revealed the nominees for the 2009 Scream Awards, the cable outlet's fourth annual presentation of this event. Topping the list this year with the most nominations is Star Trek with 17 including The Ultimate Scream, Best Science Fiction Movie, Best Director, Best Ensemble, Holy Sh*t Scene of the Year and a nod in the all-new Fight-to-the-Death Scene of the Year category. X-Men Origins: Wolverine and Watchmen both followed with 13 nominations each while HBO's vampire cable series True Blood was next with nine nominations.

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