Seth MacFarlane is a bit of a controversial figure. Sure, Family Guy might be one of the longest-lasting animated shows on television, but Iâ€™m not a huge fan. After all, the man can be problematic...to put it mildly. Yet, his new show, The Orville, coming later this fall, is one Iâ€™m very much interested in...because of something I am a fan of: Star Trek. Even though thereâ€™s an official Trek coming out, this one might end up coming out on top.
From Peter Harness comes the first British television adaptation of H. G. Wellsâ€™ novel The War Of The Worlds. Funny to think that the BBC have never attempted a take on this classic before. At least the technology we have now should do it justice.
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â€œThe First Part is Romancical; the Second, Philosophical; and the Third is meerly Fancy; or (as I may call it) Fantastical. And if (Noble Ladies) you should chance to take pleasure in reading these Fancies, I shall account my self a Happy Creatoress: If not, I must be content to live a Melancholly Life in my own World, which I cannot call a Poor World, if Poverty be only want of Gold, and Jewels: for, there is more Gold in it, than all the Chymists ever made; or, (as I verily believe) will ever be able to make.â€
Netflix has announced the casting of Suicide Squad and House of Cards' Joel Kinnaman in the lead role in their upcoming sci-fi series Altered Carbon.