After a four-season run, TNT has cancelled their action/adventure series The Librarians. Series creator Dean Devlin announced the move on social media Thursday, telling his followers that he will be shopping the series elsewhere. Launching back in 2014, the series stars Rebecca Romijn, Christian Kane, Lindy Booth, and John Harlan Kim. Emmy-winner John Larroquette plays their reluctant caretaker as […]
The CW continues to expand, this time adding their first hour-long summer scripted series. The network as acquired The Outpost, a 10-hour fantasy-adventure series from Dean Devlin’s Electric Entertainment and Arrowstorm Entertainment. The series is being carried by Syfy channels outside of the U.S. No premiere date or time has been set as of yet. The […]
Two prominent names from the Stargate universe are turning their attention from science fiction to fantasy with The Outpost, an original fantasy series executive produced by Stargate producer Dean Devlin and Stargate SG-1 showrunner Jonathan Glassner. Created by Arrowstorm Entertainment’s Kynan Griffin and Jason Faller (Mythica), the 10-part series was acquired by NBCUniversal International Networks for broadcast […]
It’s the perfect set-up for a well-played robbery: you’re breaking in without having to actually “break in” since they’re more than willing to hand you their keys. And since you’re stealing small, they’re not going to notice. It’s a perfect plan…what could go wrong? How about robbing a house that’s not exactly empty? And the […]
Dynamite partners with Electric Entertainment to produce comics and graphic novels based on the TNT television series The Librarians. The Librarians centers on an ancient organization hidden beneath the Metropolitan Public Library, dedicated to protecting an unknowing world from the secret, magical reality hidden all around. Rebecca Romijn (X-Men), Christian Kane (Leverage), Lindy Booth (Dawn […]
It seems the original Stargate — co-created by the Independence Day team of Roland Emmerich and Dean Devlin — was always intended as a trilogy. And as Devlin tells Variety, the series must be rebooted to tell that story. The 1994 film, about an archaeologist who discovers a portal to another world, starred James Spader […]
Expect Jeff Goldblum to come back. But what about Will Smith? And what about the third part of the series?
Dean Devlin says that they've drawn up a full 'bible' for the series' world, explaining details of the aliens and their technology. Runs on some Mac OS or another, if I remember correctly.
Roland Emmerich and Dean Devlin on the future of Independence Day.