Paranormal Activity, The River, the upcoming Chernobyl and Area 51 – these are just a few great reasons why TV Guide interviewed the master of paranormal, Oren Peli. View full article »
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Aliens, time travel, Lady Gaga and Howard Stern… Yes, it’s Men in Black 3! J has seen some crazy things in his 15 years with the Men in Black, but nothing confuses him like his partner, who ends up dead 40 years earlier…
Awake is an upcoming fantasy crime drama television series that will air on NBC. The series is scheduled to premiere on March 1, 2012 and will air on Thursday nights at 10pm. The pilot was made available on Hulu, YouTube and iTunes on February 16, 2012.
Who you gonna call? Not Grant Wilson. The Ghost Hunters co-lead investigator is leaving the hit Syfy parareality show. During last night’s episode of Ghost Hunters, Wilson announced that after eight years on the network’s longest-running series, he’ll be leaving the televised show with TAPS, The Atlantic Paranormal Society.
ABC’s new paranormal adventure TV show “The River” had decent ratings Tuesday night. Initial reports however state that about 20% of the audience changed the channel during the 2-hour broadcast.
Possibly the best series to hit the airwaves since Lost, American Horror Story is an anthology horror-drama television series that has us impatiently waiting for season 2. The first season centered on the Harmon family: Ben, Vivien and their daughter Violet, who move from Boston to Los Angeles after Vivien had a miscarriage and Ben had an affair. They move into a restored mansion, unaware that the home is haunted by its former inhabitants – Yes! View full article »
As leaders of The Atlantic Paranormal Society (TAPS), both Jason and Grant have made it their life’s mission to help anyone with questions pertaining to paranormal phenomena and ghost hunting. TAPS is a group of fairly ordinary people— office managers, factory workers, teachers and even psychic-hotline gurus— moonlighting to understand seemingly unexplainable disturbances. (Syfy.com/ghosthunters)
“Holly Madison is writing a visitors guide about LasVegas, and she chose to do to all the fun things you can do between Los Angeles and Las Vegas, including a stop to look for ghosts. “Her friend Bridget and her new boyfriend Nick are coming along to see if he is suitable for Bridget. She is bringing her Douche Detector,” reports Current-Movie-Reviews.com.
Larry Seidlin, the unflappable judge who gained fame and notoriety when he presided over the Anna Nicole Smith trial, will become the first TV judge to open his court to the paranormal as a means for uncovering the truth. In addition to relying on his years of judicial experience, Seidlin will be enlisting the help of those with extrasensory, clairvoyant and telepathic powers to help him decide cases.
“NBC Universal has won an important appellate court victory over two individuals who claimed to have come up with the concept for the hit Syfy reality show ‘Ghost Hunters’”, reports Eriq Gardner for The Hollywood Reporter.
“Fans wondering how they’ll cope without their weekly fix of ABC’s addictive drama, which concludes Sunday, aren’t alone. Executive producers Damon Lindelof and Carlton Cuse, who’ve guided the series together for six glorious, head-scratching seasons, will also be going through withdrawal,” reports People.com. View full article »
At least according to Barack Obama on this week’s episode of South Park. In this episode, Obama’s character explains that the Tiger Woods scandal was caused by a classified 1947 UFO crash in Roswell, NM. Both alien bodies carried a virus that was barely stopped from spreading – Causing sex addition.
“Paranormal Investigators” searches for the truth behind supernatural and unexplained occurrences that have been caught on tape. In each episode, the six-person team, led by former FBI special agent Ben Hansen, searches for the most intriguing and unusual images, videos and unnatural phenomena found online and around the world.
A paranormal drama, “Hay Alguien Ahi” follows a normal family as they move into a new home only to find their life turned upside-down by a series of inexplicable phenomena and terrible events tied to dark mysteries and sinister forces within the house itself.
The 38-year-old actor looked spooked when a man wearing a white sheet crept up on him during an interview.
LOS ANGELES (Hollywood Reporter) – Summit Entertainment, the upstart film outfit behind the “Twilight” phenomenon as well as critical fave “The Hurt Locker,” is doing what all clever indies do: “pushing” into TV. The studio is developing a TV series based on its recent science-fiction thriller “Push,” which centered on people with paranormal powers who band together to take down a corrupt government agency.
LOS ANGELES (Hollywood Reporter) – TNT on Thursday picked up to series all three of its pilots — the Steven Spielberg-produced alien invasion drama starring Noah Wyle, the George Clooney-produced “Delta Blues” starring Jason Lee, and the crime series “Rizzoli,” starring Angie Harmon. View full article »
These two brothers have uncovered some of the most powerful results in supernatural research to date — including a recording of Civil War soldiers talking. Meet Brad and Barry Klinge, Texas natives who in 2007 founded Everyday Paranormal, an investigation team that has explored more than 70 locations and set a new standard in supernatural research with some of the world’s most sophisticated equipment housed in a decked-out traveling “ghost lab.”
“Syfy is moving forward with a new supernatural drama series called Haven, based on the Stephen King novella The Colorado Kid, and developed by veterans of King’s last big TV series adaptation, Stephen King’s The Dead Zone,” reports Mark Wilson at About.com.