Marvel’s classic villain MODOK is finally headed to TV, but not the way people expected. Instead of battling super heroes, he has to deal with corporate takeovers and family problems.
This week, the repercussions of Harvey Dent’s threats to Lovecraft result in a killer team of assassins, led by a leggy, vicious woman, to find the key witness to the Waynes murders, our beloved Selina Kyle.
Geek & Sundry and Bad Hat Harry announced yesterday (Mar. 20) that they are launching Spooked, a weekly paranormal-comedy series executive produced by Felicia Day and Bryan Singer. “It’s been a thrill to expand our digital portfolio with Spooked on Hulu and collaborate with Felicia and her team,” commented Bryan Singer. “With Spooked we developed […]
Enjoying the Winter Olympics, but missing your favorite NBC shows? Well, look no more because NBC Entertainment Digital will stream web series for Grimm, Chicago Fire, Parenthood and Parks and Recreation in February.
Geek & Sundry’s first scripted series, Caper, unveiled its first two episodes this week. It’s a good start to a story about rogue super heroes who need to make ends meet.
It’s said that crime does not pay. For four superheroes living together in Los Angeles, it has to pay if they’re going to pay the rent. That’s the premise behind Caper, which premiered this week on Geek and Sundry and Hulu. We have an interview with showrunner Amy Berg.
Five years ago this week, the world met Doctor Horrible, an evil scientist with a Ph.D. in Horribleness who wanted to take over the world, and win the heart of the woman he loves.
He wound up doing more than that: he changed the world by showing that there’s more than one way to produce and present good entertainment. Just ask Netflix…or YouTube…or Hulu. Read more about Happy Anniversary to Dr. Horrible …
PaleyFest: 2013 in Beverly Hills initial honorees revealed are “The Newsroom”, “Revolution” & “Once Upon A Time” (Jane Espenson). Select Panels and Short Form Content to livestream (fantastic for those who can’t attend)