Former showrunner Bryan Fuller hints that the one-time NBC favorite could return with limited, ‘occasional’ seasons.
Following in Star Trek tradition, many of the latest actors are up-and-comers who could someday become household names.
But how does Hollywood fix something that seems to minimize (or even over-dramatize) what victims go through in rape and other traumas?
The writer and producer says his departure from ‘Star Trek: Discovery’ was ‘bittersweet.’
The subscription streaming service already has updated its app on both Android and iOS devices, meaning you might have the feature right now.
New television series based on the Oscar-winning film will move to Chicago, and be a continuation of the Martin Scorsese film.
FX is planning a new television series after New Line Cinema failed to get a feature film together.
Jim Lanzone of CBS Interactive hinted there could indeed be some elements in the new Star Trek series one would never see on a broadcast network.
‘DaVinci’s Demons’ creator David S. Goyer has signed a two-year development with IM Global Television, partnering him with former Syfy exec Mark Stern.
CBS and new showrunners Gretchen Berg and Aaron Harberts are seeking an actress who will play the lead in the sixth Star Trek series, a young Lt. Cmdr.
There’s nothing wrong with having more time – unless it’s being used to simply try and slap a Band-Aid on a wound you desperately hope isn’t an artery cut.
Already delayed several months and still without a cast, ‘Discovery’ has now lost its high-profile showrunner, ‘Pushing Daisies’ creator Bryan Fuller.
Two box office-disappointing films later, Lionsgate pulled the plug on the series, making the unusual move of planning the final film as a TV movie.
Bruce Campbell isn’t done killing the demons he keeps unleashing into the world. And Starz isn’t ready to let him retire either.
The third standalone Wolverine movie from Marvel’s X-Men universe has a name … and it’s literally Wolverine’s name.