Remember ‘Night Flight’? If you were tuned into the USA Network from 1981 to the early 90s, then chances are you remember the variety show that featured such horror classics such as ‘Night of the Living Dead’ and ‘The Terror’.
IFC has announced that it is bringing back the series for a revival that will launch on April 20th, and is slated for 18 episodes this year.
“This spring, the IFC cable network is reviving “Night Flight” as a short-form program, showcasing the most memorable moments from the original Night Flight library, including iconic interviews and performances from ’80s-era all-stars.
Premiering Friday, April 20th at 1am east coast/10pm west coast (Friday night/Saturday morning), each 15-minute episode of “Night Flight” on IFC will bring back classic guest stars such as Ozzy Osbourne, David Bowie, KISS, the Sex Pistols and even Gumby.”
DC Universe’s ‘Swamp Thing’ Trailer Shows Glimpse Into Upcoming Series
DC Universe is gearing up for the premier of ‘Swamp Thing’, which was produced by James Wann for the streaming service.
It will arrive, officially, on May 31st, and stars Derek Mears, Jennifer Beals, Virginia Madsen, Ian Ziering, Will Patton, Andy Bean, Crystal Reed, Kevin Durand, Henderson Wade, Jeryl Prescott and Maria Sten.
According to the synopsis: “Swamp Thing” centers on CDC researcher Abby Arcane (Reed). When she returns to her childhood home of Houma, Louisiana, in order to investigate a deadly swamp-borne virus, she develops a surprising bond with scientist Alec Holland — only to have him tragically taken from her. But as powerful forces descend on Houma, intent on exploiting the swamp’s mysterious properties for their own purposes, Abby will discover that the swamp holds mystical secrets, both horrifying and wondrous — and the potential love of her life may not be dead after all.”
WB Shuts Down Production on ‘Swamp Thing’, DC Universe Drops Trailer
Warner Bros. reportedly has shut down production on James Wan’s ‘Swamp Thing’ effectively trimming 3 episodes (down to 10 in total) of the upcoming series, according to Star News Online.
“I’m beyond sad. What a terrible decision” series star Virginia Madsen said in an Instagram post, essentially confirming the news. “We have been cut to the core by those who have never set foot into the Swamp.”
The series is set to premier on May 31st, and although the news is a bit disappointing, DC Universe has responded by dropping a trailer.
First Look at Beetlejuice: The Musical
If you’re looking to get some more Beetlejuice in your life, and simply cannot wait for a sequel, because who knows if that will ever come to fruition, than a new musical may be able to give you your fix.
Yes, a musical, and yes, it’s 100% Beetlejuice.
The musical, which stars Alex Brightman as Beetlejuice and Sophia Anne Caruso as Lydia Deetz, tells the story of Lydia Deetz, a strange teenager obsessed with the whole “being dead thing.”
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