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AHS’ Ryan Murphy prepping Scream Queens horror anthology

American Horror Story‘s Ryan Murphy is reuniting with his Glee creative partners to produce Scream Queens, a horror anthology series for Fox. The series is created by Murphy, Falchuk and Ian Brennan and received a 15 episode straight to series order from the network. The first season is based around a college campus which is rocked … Continue reading

RIP Lynda Bellingham

Actress Lynda Bellingham, best known to genre fans for her role as the Inquisitor in the season-long Doctor Who story The Trial of a Time Lord, has lost her battle with cancer, and died aged 66. Bellingham was born in Montreal, Canada, but adopted by a family in England where she grew up. Her screen … Continue reading

Poppy Lee Friar starring with Jane Asher in CBBC’s Eve

Mr Selfridge star Poppy Lee Friar has been cast as robot Eve in CBBC’s new 13 part series, airing next year. The series, which completed filming in Glasgow recently, follows the adventures of a robot living with a family in suburbia and trying to make sense of human life as a teenage girl. Friar will … Continue reading

Goyer adapting Straub’s Shadowland for NBC

Constantine and Da Vinci’s Demons‘ David S. Goyer has another genre show on the way – an adaptation of Peter Straub’s Shadowland. The 1980 novel follows two young boys, Tom Flanagan and Del Nightingale who spend a summer with Del’s uncle Coleman, one of the foremost magicians in the world, and discover that he may actually … Continue reading

Secret Lives of Twin Peaks to fill the quarter century gap

In the run-up to the new Showtime series of Twin Peaks airing in 2016, fans will get a chance to find out what’s been happening over the preceding 25 years thanks to a new book by co-creator Mark Frost. Flatiron Books will be publishing The Secret Lives of Twin Peaks in late 2015 which will … Continue reading

BBC Two sets Intruders for October 27 (confirmed)

Glen Morgan’s eight-part adaptation of Michael Marshall Smith’s Intruders is set to come to BBC Two on Monday October 27, it has now been confirmed. The series will begin with a double bill at 9 pm; in the States, the second episode was made available on demand immediately after the transmission of the first. Intruders … Continue reading

Colin Morgan joins William Hurt on AMC’s Humans

Merlin and Good Omens star Colin Morgan will be returning to the SFF genre with his new series, Humans for AMC. William Hurt (A History of Violence, Damages), Katherine Parkinson (The IT Crowd, The Honourable Woman), Tom Goodman-Hill (The Devil’s Whore, Mr Selfridge), Rebecca Front (The Thick Of It, Just William), Neil Maskell (Utopia, The … Continue reading

10 DC, 3 Harry Potter and 3 Lego movies on the way!

There are at least ten more DC universe movies on the way to cinemas, according to Warner Bros. CEO Kevin Tsujihara, as well as a trilogy of Fantastic Beasts films, based in the Harry Potter universe. 2016 will see Batman vs. Superman: Dawn of Justice, as well as Suicide Squad. 2017 to feature the Wonder … Continue reading

Stargate’s Mallozzi & Mulie bring Dark Matter to Syfy

Syfy has commissioned Dark Matter, a new series from Stargate producers Joseph Mallozzi and Paul Mulie based on their graphic novel published in 2012. In the 13 part series, the crew of a derelict spaceship is awakened from stasis with no memories of who they are or how they got on board. Facing threats at … Continue reading

RIP Director Michael Hayes

British director Michael Hayes, whose genre work included A for Andromeda and the classic Doctor Who story City of Death, has died aged 85. Hayes initially performed as an actor but switched to directing, giving Julie Christie her first major role as the star of A for Andromeda, the seminal BBC SF series from 1961. … Continue reading

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