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Female-Led Kung Fu Series Lands at Fox

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The 1970s martial arts western series Kung Fu, starring David Carradine, is getting a remake at Fox with a female lead. Executive produced by Greg Berlanti, the series has been given a put-pilot order. A put-pilot is a pilot that a network has agreed to air. If the episode doesn’t air, the network will have to pay a substantial fee. The purpose of a put-pilot order is to guarantee the pilot will be picked up.

Created by Ed Spielman, Kung Fu ran for three seasons on ABC from 1972 to 1975 and became a hit with audiences. Kung Fu is recognized today as one of the most successful shows of the ...

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Flight of the Navigator Remake Is Back on Track with Lucifer Showrunner

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Lucifer showrunner Joe Henderson is writing the Flight of the Navigator remake for the Henson Co.

Inhumans Showrunner Knows Season 2 Starting Point, Has Season 3 Ideas

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The showrunner of Marvel’s Inhumans says he already has ideas for seasons 2 and 3 of the show – if they get made. After the less than stellar reception of Iron Fist, fans were trepidatious about showrunner Scott Buck also tackling Inhumans. And though the show won’t premiere on ABC until tomorrow, its debut in IMAX theaters earlier this month has led to a number of scathing reviews. Even fellow MCU creative James Gunn doesn’t think Inhumans will last long.

Despite the negative reception, however, Marvel and all involved are still marching forward as if the series were any other project from the hitmaker. Just yesterday, new images and synopses ...

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Listen to Jon Hamm as Boba Fett in New Star Wars Story

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A new clip from the Star Wars: From A Certain Point of View audio novel lets fans hear Jon Hamm as the infamous bounty hunter Boba Fett.

Where Are They Now? The Cast Of Firefly

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Fifteen years after its premiere, Firefly remains far more beloved than anyone could’ve possibly imagined. In 2002, Fox had no idea how to promote the quirky space western. The network showed the episodes out of order and some were never aired at all. There was nothing on television quite like Firefly and Fox pulled the plug without even giving the series a fair shot. Joss Whedon’s planned seven-season arc was whittled down to a mere fourteen episodes and not all of them even made it to TV.

Luckily, the show’s popularity increased dramatically with DVD sales and in 2005 Whedon was able to give the series a proper send ...

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