Simply Put: Why Writers And Talent Agents Are Clashing & What It Could Mean For Hollywood

After forty years, the contract that has been governing business between the Writers Guild of America, the WGA, and the Association of Talent Agents, or ATA, was set to expire at 12:01 am Sunday. Unfortunately, the two guilds are currently at odds with each other and have yet to reach a new deal. So why … Continue reading Simply Put: Why Writers And Talent Agents Are Clashing & What It Could Mean For Hollywood

‘Child’s Play’ TV Series To Return To Tone Of Original, Gets A Working Title

Last month, Syfy officially announced it is going ahead with a television series based on the popular horror franchise Child's Play from original series creator Don Mancini. Mancini recently worked for the network as a writer on Nick Antosca's horror anthology show Channel Zero.┬áMancini and Antosca are again teaming up for the new show based … Continue reading ‘Child’s Play’ TV Series To Return To Tone Of Original, Gets A Working Title

Jordan Peele Steps Into ‘The Twilight Zone’ This April

Speaking at the Television Critics Association Press Tour, CBS All Access Executive Vice President of Original Content Julie McNamara let it be known that the all-new Twilight Zone series will launch April 1st of this year. No joke. That Monday will see not one, but two full episodes drop with new episodes added every Thursday. Academy … Continue reading Jordan Peele Steps Into ‘The Twilight Zone’ This April

Syfy Picks Up ‘Chucky’ TV Series From Original Creator

Chucky, the infamous killer doll from the Child's Play franchise, has been living on the small screen since 2016's Curse of Chucky in a series of direct-to-digital feature films. Now he it looks like he is moving in with Syfy for his own television series. According to The Hollywood Reporter, the in-development show landed at … Continue reading Syfy Picks Up ‘Chucky’ TV Series From Original Creator