HBO didn’t take long to adapt Stephen King’s 2018 hit book, “The Outsider.” Seventeen months after the hardcover hit shelves, we have a trailer for the limited series, directed by and starring Jason Bateman.
Misery‘s psychopathic nurse Annie Wilkes is one of Stephen King‘s most memorable characters, cemented by Kathy Bates‘ Oscar-winning portrayal in the 1990 film adaptation. But the new season of Hulu’s anthology
Fall TV is officially in swing — and with that comes our first Netflix premiere dump of October 2019. While buzzy projects like Breaking Bad film El Camino and YA upstart Daybreak may loom in the distance,
Crank Yankers feels much older, culturally speaking, than it actually is: The prank call puppet show originally ran on Comedy Central from 2002 to 2005, but even then it seemed pulled by the gravity of
Undone could have easily been made with traditional hand-drawn or computer animation. Or it could have been live-action enhanced by CGI for its supernatural/dream sequences. It's hard to say, though, the
Let’s just get this out of the way: No, CBS All Access has still not cast Randall Flagg in its upcoming adaptation of Stephen King’s The Stand. But, according to The Wrap, series showrunner Josh Boone