ZOMBIE TIDAL WAVE: Panel set at San Diego Comic-Con with producer/star Ian Ziering and the director of SHARKNADO

Ian Ziering in ZOMBIE TIDAL WAVE | ©2019 Syfy

There may not be a new SHARKNADO this year, but producer/star Ian Ziering has teamed up with his frequent SHARKNADO collaborator Anthony C. Ferrante (who directed all of the films in that franchise) for this summer’s ZOMBIE TIDAL WAVE airing August 17 at 9:00pm EST/PT on Syfy. And now the duo, along with ZTW producer Darby Parker and co-stars Shelton Jolivette, Angie Teodora Dick, Tatum Chiniquy, and Lincoln Bevers will be previewing the new film at this year’s SAN DIEGO COMIC-CON with an exclusive teaser trailer and clips from the film which pays homage to zombie classics of the ’80s with […]Read On »

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Breaking News: FRINGE Season 5 finale will have closure says executive producer – TCA 2012

Blair Brown, Joshua Jackson and Anna Torv in FRINGE - Season 4 - "Brave New World - Part 2" - Season Finale | ©2012 Fox/Liane Hentscher

Two weeks ago, the FRINGE actors and executive producer J.H. Wyman descended upon Comic-Con to give the scoop on FRINGE Season 5. While they were tight-lipped about giving away any major spoilers, today at the Fox Summer TCA Press Tour, executive producer spoke about how he wanted to end FRINGE Season 5 – and it won’t be open-ended. “I’m not interested in anything open ended,” Wyman admits. “It would cause me frustration. I wouldn’t be satisfied. Here’s what’s really cool about FRINGE, and one of the things we did do right — the way we chose to tell the story, […]Read On »

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TCA 2012: Fox talks about the decision to renew FRINGE for a final season

Joshua Jackson, Anna Torv and John Noble in FRINGE - Season 4 | ©2011 Fox/Andrew Matusik

While Fox Entertainment President Kevin Reilly admits that the network has history of cancelling low-rated genre shows despite huge fan bases, he admitted today at the Fox Summer TCA Press Tour that he was pleased he was able to give FRINGE a final 13-episode Season 5 send-off. “I don’t like to pull the plug on any show, and many of our failed shows have millions of fans,” says Reilly. “We have a checkered history with genre at best, because we’re one of the only networks who have consistently tried genre. FRINGE has a particular fan base and the FRINGE producers […]Read On »

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Breaking News: FRINGE star Anna Torv gives us the scoop for Season 5

Anna Torv in FRINGE - Season 4 - "Subject 9" | ©2011 Fox/Liane Hentscher

With the fifth and final season of FRINGE hitting Fox this fall with a 13 episode run, ASSIGNMENT X got the scoop on what to expect from FRINGE Season 5 at this year’s Comic-Con. Anna Torv, the star of the show and who plays Olivia, said that she would love to play Fauxlivia forever, however, the show just isn’t going that direction in Season 5. “I could play her forever but we did say goodbye [to that universe]. I know that it was the end because they were pulling the sets down,” Torv says. She added “We lost our alternate […]Read On »

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WonderCon 2011: GOONIES 2: LEGEND OF SLOTH? Only on Fox’s BREAKING IN series

© 1985 Warner Bros. | Jeff Cohen and John Matuszak (as Sloth) in THE GOONIES

During the BREAKING IN press event at WonderCon 2011 in San Francisco, executive producer Doug Robinson reveals that a fictitious THE GOONIES sequel will be the center of an upcoming episode of the Fox series about a group of  misfits at a high-tech security firm run by Christian Slater. “We actually do an episode based at [San Diego] Comic Con which we created on the Sony lot where [the team] are protecting THE GOONIES sequel, GOONIES 2: LEGEND OF SLOTH,” Robinson says. “There’s a lot of references such as that in this show. It was great, we had all these […]Read On »

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WonderCon 2011: Why BREAKING IN debuting in April a good thing

Christian Slater in BREAKING IN - Season 1 | ©2011 Fox/David Johnson

During the BREAKING IN press event at WonderCon 2011 in San Francisco, executive producer  Doug Robinson thinks that debuting the series in April is actually a positive rather than a negative. “I think it is a huge advantage, especially when you have AMERICAN IDOL as a lead-in,” Robinson says about the series which focuses on a high-tech security firm of misfits. “You know that at least you are going to get a lot of people that aren’t going to watch anything at 9:30 p.m. because the families are done watching TV. I would take seven episodes to watch a show […]Read On »

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