There’s a weird reboot currently streaming on Apple TV+ but the original PBS Ghostwriter is a favorite of 90s kids everywhere as a group of friends in Brooklyn solved mysteries with the help of a mysterious but friendly spirit, the titular Ghostwriter.
Disney is looking to reboot Pirates of the Caribbean and bring a sequel to Hocus Pocus to Disney+, Adventure Time is returning on HBO Max, Pedro Pascal is Maxwell Lord in Wonder Woman 1984 and more in this week’s News Shotgun.
Based on the absurdly popular HBO series and its ghoulish host, CBS aired the kids game show Secrets of the Cryptkeeper’s Haunted House for one season starting in Fall 1996 with John Kassir back to voice The Cryptkeeper and provide color commentary.
A possible list of actresses up for Catwoman in The Batman, Snowpiercer moves back to TNT, Dolph Lundgren is coming to CBS with his new Stallone produced action show, a new Treasure Island movie is in the works and more in this week’s News Shotgun.
This week on the podcast, Zach, Chris and Joe discuss some of the Emmy Award winners, the imminent return of Breaking Bad, the final chapter of the Rambo saga, potential casting for The Batman, the most ridiculous Walker, Texas Ranger moments and more.
This week on the podcast, Zach and Chris dive into the new Fall TV offerings from the big broadcast networks, Robert Pattinson in talks to play Batman, the horrors of space travel in First Man, Gerard Butler back in Angel Has Fallen, the season premiere of Agents of SHIELD and more.
Despite their biggest series being over, CBS has their usual slew of new comedies and procedurals on the way for fall 2019. See what’s canceled, what’s renewed and what’s new here.
Very loosely based on the classic Namco/Atari arcade racing game, Pole Position hit Saturday mornings in 1984 and followed the Darrett siblings, stunt show performers who were also secretly government agents using their highly advanced vehicles to fight crime.
This week on the podcast, Zach and Chris talk about some of the sights of NYCC 2018, the Universal Soldier franchise, the first look at The CW’s Batwoman, Michael Crichton, Venom, Terminator: Salvation, Mandy and more.
Taking it’s inspiration from Pee-Wee’s Playhouse and Weird Al’s own brand of humor that we saw in things like the classic comedy UHF, The Weird Al Show aired on CBS in 1997 for one season as Al learned life lessons, watched fake TV shows and interacted with an insane group of guest stars.