ITV released the first clip from its 10-part Jekyll & Hyde series. And it turns out that Jekyll/Hyde is basically a Victorian superhero in it.
We've had teasers for a while, but the first trailer for Thunderbirds Are Go!, ITV's remake of the classic British puppet series Thunderbirds is here — and it's packed with beautiful practical models, slightly creepy CG people, and plenty of nods and winks to the classic works of Gerry Anderson. Check it out!
Since io9 is looking at the spy genre, it would be remiss of me not to talk about one of the very best spy shows ever made, The Sandbaggers. It's unfortunate that it's not as well known as it should be, because it's also one of the most realistic spy shows ever made.
It's a transatlantic duel of the Frankensteins! In one corner, ITV's Sean Bean-starring period drama The Frankenstein Chronicles. And in the other corner, Fox's crime drama Frankenstein. Fight, fight, fight!
Here's your first good look at Thunderbirds Are Go!, the forthcoming reboot of the 1960s British scifi series Thunderbirds.
ITV in the UK has announced a 10-part Jekyll and Hyde series. As is traditional by now, it has been reimagined. This time by Charlie Higson (The Fast Show, Randall and Hopkirk (Deceased)) as an action adventure. [Coming Soon]
In spite of all the criticism Hollywood has faced recently for its awful female-to-male director ratio, women are still being widely discriminated against in the film industry. Maybe, being a generally optimistic person, you might be inclined to think that things are a little more equal outside of the US. What about…
After a surprise cancellation following the show's third season (leaving an unresolved cliffhanger), British time-traveling series Primeval is set to return for not one but two more seasons, thanks to international funding.
Those excited by the cliffhanger ending of UK time-travel series Primeval's third season may want to prepare themselves before reading the next sentence: ITV have announced that the show won't be returning for a fourth season on the network.
He's played an undead Englishman, a time-traveling dandy highwayman and an evil alien supercomputer made flesh, but if rumors are to be believed, James Marsters' next role will see him play a regular human, but not one more down to Earth. Yes, dear readers, next year, it may very well be the case that James Marsters is