The Poisonwood Bible by Barbara Kingsolver is getting adapted for HBO. Amy Adams and Stacy O'Neil are heading the project.
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Chris O'Dowd, former regular on HBO Girls, officially joins the cast of Jordan Peele's star-studded The Twilight Zone revival.
Larry DiTillio, a writer for He-Man and co-creator of She-Ra, has passed away at the age of 79 from an unnamed illness. J. Michael Stracztnski confirmed.
John Carpenter's Tales for a Halloween Night has been cancelled by the creators over disagreements with the SYFY channel.
Netflix is adapting yet another beloved novel: All The Light We Cannot See by Anthony Doerr. We're anxiously awaiting updates on the progress.
Netflix is coming out with another anime, this one based on Greek mythology. The series is going to be called Gods and Heroes.
The Orville goes where it hasn't yet gone before in a comic book miniseries bridging the first two seasons of the sci-fi comedy.
The latest tweet about the Amazon Prime Lord of the Rings series gives us a solid idea of where and when the series will take place.
Kaley Cuoco gives fans a sneak peek of The Joker in the upcoming DC Universe series, Harley Quinn. Cuoco plays the titular role.
After a career riddled with controversy and rife with self-destructive tendencies, former '80s television star Jan-Michael Vincent has died at the age of 73.
Welcome to Night Vale and The Kirlian Frequency both center around a small town radio show, but how similar are they really?
One Hundred Years of Solitude is getting the Netflix treatment. The seminal Latin American novel is going to be getting a lot more love in the near future.
The newest trailer for Good Omens has been released, and it is looking good. More characters have officially been shown, along with a strong sense of humor.
The first teaser trailer for His Dark Materials has finally released, and while it is only thirty seconds long, we can still tell a lot from it.
A vinyl copy of "Once More, With Feeling", the musical episode of Buffy the Vampire Slayer, is heading our way, and fans couldn't be more excited.
Hanelle Culpepper is set to direct the new Star Trek Picard pilot for CBS. This will make her the first woman ever to direct a Star Trek pilot.