You guys there are TOO MANY Wizard of Oz adaptations running around. Too many. This is the fourth and it's all about how Dorothy has decided to rule over Oz like some sort of fascist dictator, who must be killed. Huh?
After last week's disaster, Touch really had nowhere to go but up. And yesterday's episode was a definite improvement, reining in the hokey coincidences and hinting at a way to turn its themes of interconnectivity into a mildly interesting show.
When Touch premiered in January, I wondered how the pilot's interlocking, coincidence- and contrivance-driven formula could possibly support a weekly series. Well, if last night's big bag of ridiculousness is anything to go by, it can't. It really, really can't.
Last night, Fox aired a preview of its new series Touch, which kicks off properly in March. What we saw was a just barely decent show about connectivity, fate, lost cellphones, and the mysterious, mystical powers of numbers.
Tonight sees the launch of Touch, Kiefer Sutherland's show about a father whose non-neurotypical son turns out to be able to predict future events. This comes on the heels of Alphas, which also gave us Gary, another person who appears to be on the autism spectrum but who has the ability to see hidden energies. And the…
Check out the first trailer for Fox's spring drama series about Kiefer Sutherland and his special little boy. Turns out Sutherland's child, who doesn't communicate and climbs cell phone towers, can see the present, past and future all at once. And now it's up to Kiefer to decipher his kid's coded message — which is…
Now that we know Kiefer Sutherland's going to be starring in Tim Kring's new show, Touch, people are starting to wonder what it's about. And the first details are starting to leak out.
Tim Kring created Heroes, the show that blew our minds for one season, then tried our patience for three more. And now his long-awaited book project Shift is coming out. Here are five reasons you should watch the book trailer.
Word on the street is that NBC is approaching the producers of their recently canceled superheroic drama about some kind of closure event, a climactic good-bye movie. Should they even bother?
Production Weekly is reporting that Tim Kring is working on a new series for NBC, whose working title is III, about alternate world war. Does this mean that Heroes has gone to the great cathode ray tube in the sky?
As much as I hate to disappoint Meredith, fans of NBC's Heroes who happen to be attending this year's San Diego Comic-Con should keep their Saturday afternoon free - Turns out that there will be a Heroes panel after all.
Call it internet irony; for a show that attracts so much snark, criticism and hatred on the web, was NBC's Heroes saved from cancellation because of its online popularity? Possibly. You're all to blame.
A collaboration so unlikely, it could have come from alternate history: Tim Kring, creator of TV's Heroes, is teaming up with Dale Peck, the literary author and critic best known for calling Rick Moody the worst writer of his generation. Their trilogy will be an alternate history/science fiction story that starts in…
Heroes 360 is a lot more than your basic network half-assed attempt at a web presence for a show. This site for NBC's mutant soap opera is packed with original content like Heroes web comics, blogs, stories, and interviews. New stuff goes up every week, and this is only going to happen more now that the writer's…