ICYMI: Once Upon A Time creators talks series finale, and a breakdown of every The Witcher character!
Welcome to another edition of Fantasy After Dark! We have plenty of news to share with you, but before you get started, let’s take a trip to last week’s issue to catch you up on the latest news.
“Once is home to everyone and there’s an open invitation for every actor who has been on the show to come back in the finale, so we’ll see who is available. If the question is ‘Will the final two hours remind us of the first six years, then the answer is ‘Yes.’”
And now, all in one handy thread… #TheWitcher characters.
— Lauren S. Hissrich (@LHissrich) February 23, 2018
Guess Who: Amazon’s Good Omens adds Nick Offerman, Madeleine Mantock joins Charmed reboot and more!
The six-part series is based on the novel created by Neil Gaiman and Terry Pratchett.
Charmed reboot is expanding their cast, as Into The Badlands star Madeleine Mantock recently joined the cast. Mantock will portray Macy, one of the three witch sisters who is described as “practical, driven, and brilliant geneticist.” Her world turns upside down when she realizes that the supernatural world is actually real.
Netflix’s dark-twist Sabrina recently added Bronson Pinchot in a recurring role. Pinchot snagged the role as George Hawthorne, Principal of Baxter High. Hawthorne is a “constant thorn” in Sabrina’s way.
Coming Soon: The Vampire Diaries’ Matt Davis cast in The Originals spin-off, Hiding in Time television series in the works and more!
Mystic Falls and New Orleans can’t catch a break! Matt Davis, best known for his role in The Vampire Diaries, will reprise his role as Alaric Saltzman in the new spinoff, which is set to center around Hayley Marshall and Klaus Mikaelson’s daughter, Hope, from The Originals. Danielle Rose Russell will play the titular teenage character.
The CW adds another show to its summer program! The Outpost, a fantasy-adventure series will air on Syfy for those outside of the U.S. with a 10-hour episode slate. Dean Devlin’s Electric Entertainment and Arrowstorm Entertainment developed the series, and The CW will announce the premiere night and time later in the year.
Written by Christopher E. Long, Hiding in Time, a miniseries from Image Comics, is being developed a television series under MGM Television. Heading up the adaptation is Richard Smith from White Horse Pictures. In Hiding in Time, Abraham Smith is living in a time centuries before he was born in a world where time travel has been discovered.
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