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Demons

A contemporary twist on the legacy of Bram Stoker’s Dracula, this series is set in modern-day London and focuses on the last descendant of the Van Helsing line – and his destiny.

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V (2009)

Today, the world woke up to find spaceships over every major city. The Visitors claim to have come in peace, bringing gifts of medical miracles and technological breakthroughs. They promise to do no harm. They’re lying.

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True Blood’s Lafayette to get some Loving

Nelsan EllisWell looks like Lafayette (Nelsan Ellis) in one of our favorite shows True Blood will be getting a new love interest in Season 3, and after what he went through last season I have to say the character deserves it.

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New ‘Smallville’ Type Series and Doctor Strange Movie?

Marvel ComicsComic-Book legend Stan Lee had a sit down with MTV News about which of its 5,000 characters Marvel is working on to bring to the big screen. “Doctor Strange I’m sure will be out,” he said. “You probably know they’re working on Ant-Man now.

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‘Teen Wolf’ TV Series Cast and Plot

Hats off to MTV has it has stepped forward in reinventing the 1985 hit movie ‘Teen Wolf’ into a television series and are casting Tyler Posey (‘Lincoln Heights’), Tyler Hoechlin (‘7th Heaven’), Crystal Reed (‘Hard Times’) and Dylan O’Brien in the pilot, penned by ‘Criminal Minds’ creator Jeff Davis.

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John Barrowman Confirms New Torchwood Season

Capt Jack HarknessTorchwood star John Barrowman confirmed on BBC Radio 2 that he has signed up to return as Capt Jack Harkness for a new season of Torchwood. Barrowman also said that the series would be returning to a 13 instalment episodic format for its fourth season.

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Buck Rogers is Back!

Buck Rogers webisode logoWell it seems that Buck Rogers is back and we have a teaser and poster to prove it, which you can view below. And to boot Gil Gerard will be in it, but there is a few twist here and there. First off Gerard will not be portraying Buck, secondly this won’t be at the movies or even on TV, but it will be on the internet coming at you in Webisodes, and it will be nothing like the TV series from the 70’s .

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Why Genre Shows are Dying! Part 1

TV viewingI just finished reading a article by Michael Hinman over at SyFy Portal, oh my bad, that's Airlock Alpha these days since I guess he sold out to the suits at SyFy Channel, which use to be the SciFi Channel, but I'll get into that another time. Anywho, the article was about Sci-Fi shows taking a beating in the ratings and was spouting on and on about last year ratings compared to this years ratings, and about shows being cancelled like  "Knight Rider" that was on NBC, "Pushing Daisies" that was on ABC, and "Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles" that was on Fox, and that if something doesn't change we are going to lose more shows. Guess what folks, the reason we are losing so many shows is that most of them suck!! Read on to find out why.

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‘UFO’ Movie gets ‘Fringe’ Joshua Jackson

Joshua JacksonWell it seems that Joshua Jackson from "Fringe" has a thing for playing roles that deal with weirdness as he will be starring in an upcoming alien film called "UFO," which will be the big screen version of the British TV series. It is set to be directed by visual effects wizard Matthew Gratzner. Seems though that two newcomers Ryan Gaudet and Joseph Kanarek are writing the script.