ABC Family/Freeform's upcoming drama "Shadowhunters" has some funky supernatural jargon -- so let the cast explain it to you.
The stars and creators of the series, including author Cassandra Clare, discuss the responsibility, and the fun, of bringing "The Mortal Instruments" to television.
Based on "The Mortal Instruments," "Shadowhunters" airs on Freeform -- formerly called ABC Family -- in January.
ABC Family has debuted the first trailer for "Shadowhunters," the television adaptation of Cassandra Clare’s bestselling “Mortal Instruments” novels.
"The Great Gatsby's" Callan McAuliffe will star in the supernatural drama, about a young man who wakes from a coma after 12 years.
The "Reign" veteran will play with the cunning and dangerous Shadowhunter on ABC Family's adaptation of "The Mortal Instruments."
The series, based on Cassandra Clare’s bestselling “Mortal Instruments” novels, has found its Alec Lightwood and Luke Garroway.
The "Happyland" actress lands the lead role in the series based on the bestselling “Mortal Instruments” novels.
Rollins will guest star on the upcoming supernatural procedural, while Howell has landed a recurring role.
Alberto Rosende and Emeraude Toubia join the previously cast Dominic Sherwood as Jace in the series based on "The Mortal Instruments."
The "Vampire Academy" will star in the new series based on author Cassandra Clare's bestselling YA novels "The Mortal Instruments."
The 'Supernatural' executive producer will direct the pilot for the series, based on popular "Mortal Instruments" novels.
The cable channel has given a straight-to-series order to a drama based on Cassandra Clare's bestelling fantasy novels.
Jamie Lee Curtis is attached to star as a teacher figure in the potential ABC Family horror series The Final Girls. Steve Miner (Halloween H20 and Friday the 13th Part 2) is set to direct the pilot.
Although ABC passed on AKA Jessica Jones, the pilot based on Alias by Brian Michael Bendis and Michael Gaydos, producer Melissa Rosenberg says Marvel is still trying to find a network for the drama.
With its first 10-episode run completed earlier this week, I can admit that ABC Family's Bunheads -- a show sold as being about four teenage ballerinas, but actually about many other things indeed - went from a guilty pleasure to my favorite television show of the summer.
ABC has passed on AKA Jessica Jones, a drama pilot based on Marvel's Alias series created by Brian Michael Bendis and Michael Gaydos. However, network President Paul Lee remains hopeful that the live-action revival of The incredible Hulk could be a possibility for the 2013-2014 season.