Universal nabbed the rights to Leyna Krow’s short story in a seven-figure deal.
The cast and head writer also participate in a Comic-Con@Home panel and shared a full scene from the show.
Once upon a time in Hollywood, the box office could be different…
Nia DaCosta’s highly anticipated reboot hits theaters this fall.
It’s time to dial back to 30 minutes.
Things fall apart.
All 10 episodes will drop on CBS All Access next month.
Set in the Jim Crow south, the fantasy horror series is based on a book by Matt Ruff.
Decades later, we’re still lost in the red curtains.
Step away from the mirror.
Showrunner David Weil finds an emotional center beneath the series’ pulpy conceit.
Henry James gets spooky, Michael Myers returns, and Edgar Wright turns to the dark side.