ICYMI: The X-Files ratings hits series low, new Nightflyers adaptation casting news, and more!
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Phillip Rhys has officially been cast in Syfy’s new adaptation of George R.R. Martin’s Nightflyers. The CW is bringing back a Roswell reboot. A new series, Stargate: Origins, a prequel to the original movie will premiere February 15th.
Hot Topic: New Star Wars series coming from Game of Thrones creators!
David Benioff and D.B. Weiss will be writing and producing a new series of Star Wars films. But this new series will be separate from the current franchise of films and the original Skywalker storyline.
TVAD Writers Room: The Altered Carbon roundtables gave us everything we wanted and more!
The new Netflix original series Altered Carbon took us more than 300 years into the future with human minds turning digital, leaving human bodies as nothing more than vessels. Which means there shouldn’t be anything to fear right? But our roundtable guests get together to discuss what about this world there is to fear! You can check the first episode roundtable out here. The first four episodes got their own discussion here, leaving the last half with their own roundtable that you can check out here. Be sure to check out the Altered Carbon Final Verdict too.
Amazon also entered the game with Electric Dreams, a series of stand alone stories that starred a wide variety of actors. From Bryan Cranston to Greg Kinnear, this series was all about unique places from the wildest of imaginations. Check out how Electric Dreams stands up in our Final Verdict.
The X-Files took things back to Vietnam in the latest episode, and not surprisingly, things got weird. Check out what the roundtable had to say about the experimental gas being used by the government and more.
Coming Soon: Westworld returns for a second season and The Feed comes to Amazon!
Westworld is officially returning to HBO for another season and they’ve officially released the new promotional trailer to get fans hyped. The ad was released during the Super Bowl and marks the first one in 20 years for the network.
Amazon is teaming up with Liberty Global and All3Media for an all new thriller series, The Feed. The show will be based on the novel of the same name by Nick Clark Windo. It will also be a thriller set in the future about a man who invented a brain implanted device and his family.
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