Terra Nova actor Landon Liboiron has landed a starring role in Eli Roth's new Netflix horror series Hemlock Grove.
What's worse than a bad episode of Enterprise? As the show's fifth episode demonstrates, the answer is a boring episode. I can deal with the show being obvious, gratuitous and even downright nonsensical, but if "Terra Nova" is anything to go by, I appear to have a real problem with the show being dull.
Although no announcement has been made about a second season for Terra Nova, Fox has picked up the options of stars Jason O'Mara and Stephen Lang and begun the search for additional writers.
Fox is reportedly close to deciding whether or not to renew the much-hyped Terra Nova for a second season, weighing up whether the ratings - which have been in a state of decline since a premiere that already failed to meet network expectations - are weak enough to make the show too expensive to continue with. Purely because I want genre series to stay alive on network television, I'm hoping it gets renewed... but only if the following changes are considered.
Watching Terra Nova last night, it struck me that pilots are really not good indicators of what a TV show is actually going to be like; they've got too much to do in order to set everything up to have time to actually demonstrate what the show is going to be like on a week-to-week basis. And, judging by last night's episode of the new series, what we're going to see on a week-to-week basis is very, very familiar indeed.
The executive producers, visual effects supervisor and star Stephen Lang of Fox's upcoming sci-fi adventure talk about bringing to life one of the ambitious television shows ever, and why it might end up more like a budget car than a Ferrari.
Several major studios reportedly won't have a presence at Comic-Con International in July, at least in part because big-budget promotions at last year's convention for Sucker Punch, TRON: Legacy and Scott Pilgrim didn't pay off at the box office.
The network has unveiled a new one-minute trailer for the Steven Spielberg-produced science fiction adventure about a family from 2149 that travels 85 million years into Earth's past as part of an experiment to save humanity. The drama premieres this fall on Fox.
We're still a few days away from the official announcements of the networks' fall schedules, but one thing is clear from the news that we've already heard: Genre television is essentially dead on mainstream networks, at least for the time being.
Fox has premiered a new trailer for the Steven Spielberg-produced big-budget dinosaur adventure, which follows an ordinary family from 2149 that travels 85 million years into Earth’s past as part of a daring experiment to save humanity and a doomed planet by rebuilding civilization — the right way, this time.
Stars Jason O'Mara and Stephen Lang, showrunner Brannon Braga and director Alex Graves talk to Spinoff Online about the human drama at the core of Fox's upcoming sci-fi series.
Although Fox has postponed the premiere of Terra Nova, it's hasn't pulled back on the marketing, releasing two new TV spots for the Steven Spielberg-produced sci-fi series.
The network has canceled plans for a two-night preview of the big-budget prehistoric adventure to give the production team time to complete the special effects.
Fox as unveiled the first teaser for Terra Nova, Steven Spielberg's big-budget series about a group of people that travels millions of years into Earth's prehistoric past in hopes of saving humanity.