Hulu Orders Locke & Key Pilot From Comic Writer Joe Hill, EP Carlton Cuse
Locke & Key is getting another stab at becoming a TV series.
Hulu has given a pilot order to an adaptation of the IDW comic book, written by the comic’s author Joe Hill and executive-produced by Carlton Cuse READ MORE
TVLine Items: Legends Casts Stargirl, Chris Vance Visits Hawaii and More
Legends of Tomorrow has added another member to the Justice Society of America. READ MORE
Returned EPs: A&E Remake 'Distinctly Different' From Original Series
The dead are back in A&E’s The Returned, but they won’t be going about their lives the way they did in Les Revenants, the French series on which A&E’s new project is based. READ MORE
Lost's Josh Holloway, Carlton Cuse to Reunite in USA Network Pilot Colony
Lost‘s Josh Holloway is going baaaaack… to working with his former boss. READ MORE
The Originals' Nathan Parsons to Lead Amazon Pilot From Lost Boss
Nathan Parsons is going from warring werewolf clans to warring friends.
The Originals actor (and True Blood alum) will star in Amazon’s Civil War family drama pilot Point of Honor READ MORE
USA Picks Up Alien Invasion Pilot from Lost's Carlton Cuse, Ryan Condal
From “blue sky” to falling sky?
USA Network has picked up Colony, an alien occupation drama from Carlton Cuse (Lost, Bates Motel, The Strain) and Ryan Condal (Hercules). READ MORE
Carlton Cuse: FX's The Strain Retains the Novels' Biologically 'Compelling,' Non-Sparkly Vampires
Consider yourself forewarned: FX’s upcoming adaptation of the The Strain will hew very closely to the biologically specific vampires dreamed up by trilogy authors Guillermo del Toro and Chuck Hogan. READ MORE
Corey Stoll To Battle Vampire Strain in FX Pilot From Guillermo Del Toro, Carlton Cuse
House of Cards breakout Corey Stoll has landed the lead in FX’s vampire virus pilot The Strain. READ MORE
A&E Orders Psycho-Inspired Bates Motel Prequel Series From Lost Boss Carlton Cuse
Anthony Perkins in Psycho
A boy’s best friend is his mother, and now A&E Network is preparing to shower us with details on exactly how Psycho‘s Norman Bates and his mama got so close.
The cable net has given a straight-to-series, 10-episode order to Bates Motel, from executive producers Carlton Cuse (Lost) and Kerry Ehrin (Friday Night Lights, Parenthood). READ MORE