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2012 Series Could Replace Lost

2012 movie posterRoland Emmerich, the director of the upcoming apocalyptic film "2012," has confirmed to Entertainment Weekly that a TV series version of the movie is already in the works.

"The plan is that it is 2013 and it's about what happens after the disaster," said Emmerich. "It is about the resettling of Earth. That is very, very fascinating. Harald Kloser and I came up with the idea and we have the luxury of having a producer on the film who is a big TV producer, Mark Gordon (Grey's Anatomy)."

Matt Smith Revealed as Doctor Who #11

Matt Smith as Doctor Who An unknown actor named Matt Smith has
been unveiled as the new Doctor Who. He will succeed David Tennant who is
leaving the role after three successful seasons as the Time Lord. The actor
is best known for appearing alongside Billie Piper in The Ruby in The Smoke.
Last night Smith, who will be the youngest actor to play the role so far, said
he was ‘flabbergasted’ at winning the role. “It’s exciting, nerve-wracking,” he
said. We have a video interview done by BBC with Matt that you can view by
clicking link below.

New ‘V’ in the Works!

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The 1983 miniseries ‘V’ about alien lizards visiting Earth that spawned a second mini series and a short lived regular TV series has been picked up by ABC and Warner Brothers TV is producing it. The new ‘V’ will be a totally new reimaging and not based on the original which was a thinly-veiled allegory of the Holocaust and Nazi Germany. Scott Peters (The 4400) who also wrote the second ‘V’ mini series and the TV series spin off is writing and will be the executive producer of the new version.

“Robin” the Boy Wonder Coming to Primetime TV

RobinBatman the Dark Knight has been hitting the big screen now here comes that sidekick Robin to the small screen.
According to Variety, the CW is developing a one-hour drama based on the pre-Robin days of Batman’s perennial sidekick. The Graysons will explore Dick "DJ" Grayson’s youth and adolescence in the same vein Smallville does with Clark Kent…

Bryan Fuller Talks New Star Trek Series

Star Trek TVThe last Star Trek TV series was Enterprise which aired it’s finale episode in May of 2005. Before that some form of Star Trek was on television continuously starting with the Star Trek: The Next Generation in 1987. That’s 18 years of solid Trek. And for you math fans that’s a whopping 624 episodes!