Great interview with Jane Espenson one of the most beloved science fiction TV writers out there, and also a very busy one. She’s worked on Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Battlestar Galactica, Dollhouse, Caprica and a whole bunch of other shows, and now she’s working on the new season of Torchwood.
Over the next three years we’re going to have the chance to see more than a dozen superhero films, mostly from Marvel and DC, but also a few others. To help keep track of it all we’ve created this handy guide to the 19 most notable titles that are supposed to come out (some more tentatively than others) through 2013.
“The Sandman,” the Neil Gaiman-penned comic book series considered a seminal work in the medium, is in the early stages of being developed into a TV series.
Warner Bros. TV is in the midst of acquiring television rights from sister company DC Entertainment and is in talks with several writer-producers about adapting the 1990s series. At the top of the list is Eric Kripke, creator of the CW’s horror-tinged “Supernatural.”
This week on ESO, Mike, Dan and Mike go back to where it all started and talk about “An Unearthly Child” the very first story of Doctor Who back in 1963 which introduced William Hartnell as the Doctor. Then we be joined once again by our friend Kat as we talk about Superheroes on live action TV.
Join us for another fun filled podcast that goes along with Episode 23: How did that police box end up in a Junk Yard?
Table of Contents
0:00:00 Intro / Welcome
0:12:35 Doctor Who: An Unearthly Child
0:44:35 Live Action Super Heroes on TV
1:45:35 Show Close
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Ok, I was a huge fan of the original Fright Night movie back in the 80′s (I even have a VHS copy of the movie somewhere around here), but I know this sounds very fanboy of me, but man I’m looking forward to this movie coming out, and seeing David Tennant, looking like a mix between Russell Brand and Jack Sparrow is adding even more to the fun. Thoughts?