Netflix is bringing classic children’s writer Roald Dahl’s stories to their streaming service in a series of animated content.
The small green horror is back in Leprechaun Returns, another comedy horror film within the Leprechaun film universe. This time, he terrorizes a sorority house in search for his precious gold.
Netflix executives have ordered 8 episodes for the Z Nation spin-off titled Black Summer. The new series will feature Jaime King of Hart of Dixie fame as a mother who is forced to embark on a terrifying odyssey in search of her daughter. We’ll witness King’s character coping with this horrific new world alongside a group of refugees during a zombie apocalypse.
The fan-favorite animated show Star Wars: The Clone Wars celebrated 10 years since debuting this weekend. At the panel during San Diego Comic Con, a teaser was shown that announced that the show would finally be returning.
From a hit Netfix series, to books, to video games… Stranger Things has certainly been busy; it was only a matter of time before the adventures of our favorite Hawkings residents made it to Dark Horse.
The Doom Patrol series has landed a full 13 episode roster on the DC Universe streaming platform.
For those unacquainted with the series 13 Reasons Why series, it’s on Netflix and is about a High School girl named Hannah. Sadly Hannah decides to end her life and leaves behind a series of cassette tapes which contains details to help explain the events which led to her death. Katherine Langford is going to be surprising her role as the Hannah, whose character still plays an important rol...[Read More]
At a recent Netflix event in Rome, writer Lauren S. Hissrich has revealed new details of the upcoming The Witcher series currently in development. While this is extremely exciting for Witcher fans, we have a long time to wait before it’s available to binge.
Amazon has reported that they are committed to running five whole seasons for their Lord of the Rings TV show they are producing. This comes after divulging the rights they have to the Tolkein Estate, publisher HarperCollins, and New Line Cinema. See the details here on the new show!
Amazon Studios has just announced that they will be developing their own A League of Their Own series, but taking it into a more modernized direction. While this is true, it will not feature the same characters from the beloved 1992 film.