Douglas Coupland Designs Writer-Friendly Furniture!

TV Series Based on 'Girlfriend in a Coma' in the Works. Also, Douglas Coupland Designs Writer-Friendly Furniture!

News by Christopher Shultz February 11, 2013
NBC moves forward with a pilot based on the 1998 novel. Maybe you can watch it online while sitting at Coupland's escritoire.

Call It What It Is: The Hatred Directed At Lena Dunham Is Petty, Childish Bullshit

Column by Rob Hart February 8, 2013
Lena Dunham, the 26-year-old writer and star of HBO's 'Girls', invites quite a bit of derision on the internet. Maybe because other writers are mostly just jealous of her success?

Five Characters From 'Arrow' That Would Make Better TV Than 'Arrow'

Column by BH Shepherd January 15, 2013
Although there are many DC characters that would make a better show than "Arrow", here are five taken from the series' own cast.

Why Netflix Makes You a Better Writer

Column by Robbie Blair December 7, 2012
Today's world of online streaming technology provides a powerful learning environment for hopeful writers. This article explores ways Netflix can educate writers and why you should care.
American Gods and Under the Dome

From Page To Screen: Neil Gaiman Writes 'American Gods' Pilot and 'Under the Dome' Series Hits Next Summer

News by Dean Fetzer November 30, 2012
Neil Gaiman revealed he’s writing a pilot based on his novel 'American Gods,' while Stephen King’s 'Under The Dome' has been picked up for 13 episodes by CBS.

Recap: The Walking Dead 3.03 - Walk With Me

Column by Rob Hart October 29, 2012
Merle returns, Michonne glowers and the Governor is creepy. Another romping episode of 'The Walking Dead'. Join the conversation!

Recap: The Walking Dead 3.02 - Sick

Column by Rob Hart October 22, 2012
Another solid episode, a ton more gore, and plenty of departures from the comic means this is turning into a riveting show.

Recap: The Walking Dead 3.01 - Seed

Column by Rob Hart October 15, 2012
Watching the first episode of The Walking Dead's third season is like watching a completely different show. 'Seed' is the best episode since the show's first.

10 Things The Walking Dead Has To Do To Keep Me Watching

Column by Kelly Thompson October 12, 2012
What are the 10 things The Walking Dead needs to do this season to keep me watching? Let's find out!
'The Walking Dead' Recaps At LitReactor

Get Ready For Season 3 of 'The Walking Dead'... Complete With Episode Recaps At LitReactor!

News by Rob Hart October 8, 2012
Check out this trailer for the third season for 'The Walking Dead', which kicks off this Sunday... and get ready to join the discussion every Monday morning, for recaps.
'The Angel's Kiss' by Melody Malone now Available

Melody Malone's Detective Novel From 'Doctor Who' Now Available As An eBook

News by Rob Hart October 8, 2012
In 'The Angels Take Manhattan,' a major plot device for the episode is a book written by one of the characters--and that book (or at least, a version of it) is now available to purchase.

Sherlock Holmes (On CBS) Vs. Sherlock Holmes (On BBC)

Column by Rob Hart October 5, 2012
Both CBS and BBC now have modern-day takes on Sherlock Holmes. Comparisons were inevitable. Let's discuss.
FX Orders Pilot Based On Guillermo del Toro's Vampire Novels

FX Orders Pilot Based On Guillermo del Toro's Vampire Novels

News by Rob Hart September 21, 2012
The series would follow the three books del Toro wrote with Chuck Hogan, about scary-ass vampires and a nuclear holocaust and other cool stuff.
BBC's Sherlock May Be Drawing To A Close

BBC's Sherlock May Be Drawing To A Close, Plus Hints About The Third Season

News by Rob Hart
BBC's brilliant series 'Sherlock' could be ending after the third season, and showrunner Stephen Moffat is dropping hints about which classic Doyle stories might be included.

With Comics Based On Our Favorite TV Shows, We Never Have To Say Goodbye

Column by Meredith Borders June 21, 2012
Your favorite TV show characters can live forever on the page.
Exorcist Miniseries

Exorcist Miniseries In The Works Without Blatty

News by Kimberly Turner May 25, 2012
After years of speculation, a 10-episode miniseries version of William Peter Blatty's classic horror novel, 'The Exorcist,' is finally being shopped to networks. Exciting news or sacrilege?
HBO Declines To Pick Up 'The Corrections'

HBO Declines To Pick Up Show Based On Franzen's 'The Corrections'

News by Rob Hart May 2, 2012
HBO won't pick up a show based on Franzen's award-winning novel. It would have starred Chris Cooper, Dianne Wiest, Maggie Gyllenhaal and Ewan McGregor, with Franzen helping to write the show's pilot.
HBO Renews 'Game of Thrones' For A Third Season

HBO Renews 'Game of Thrones' For A Third Season

News by Rob Hart April 10, 2012
Two episodes into the second season, and HBO has renewed smash-hit 'Game of Thrones'--based on the epic novels by George R.R. Martin--for a third season.
Mad Men reading list

New York Public Library Compiles 'Mad Men' Reading List

News by Rob Hart March 26, 2012
To coincide with the premiere of 'Mad Men,' the New York Public Library has put together a list of books that have been on the show, or books that people who watch the show might enjoy.
Game of Thrones Season 2 Shadow Teaser

New Teaser for "Game of Thrones" Season 2 Premiers, Nerds Everywhere Rejoice

News by Hanna Brooks Olsen January 31, 2012
Another teaser for season 2 of HBO's "Game of Thrones," called "Shadow," hit the Internet last night--and it's packed with big clues about what's to come. Have you seen it?
BBC renews 'Sherlock' for a third season

BBC Renews 'Sherlock' For A Third Season

News by Rob Hart January 17, 2012
The BBC has renewed its hit show 'Sherlock' for a third season--which is great news for fans, especially after the explosive ending of season two.
Guys from 'Pawn Stars' nearly make big literary score

Guys From 'Pawn Stars' (Almost) Score Rare Edition of Thoreau's 'Walden'

News by Rob Hart January 12, 2012
The guys from 'Pawn Stars' thought they found a first edition of Henry David Thoreau's 'Walden', which is worth nearly $25,000--but is anyone ever really that lucky?
Under The Dome

Brian K. Vaughn Hired to Adapt "Under the Dome"

News by Brandon Tietz
Acclaimed comic book writer Brian K. Vaughn will be penning the adaptation of Stephen King's "Under the Dome."
Gaiman on Simpsons

Neil Gaiman To Appear On "The Simpsons" Sunday, November 20th

News by Joshua Chaplinsky November 8, 2011
Neil Gaiman gets animated with an appearance on "The Simpson's," the most accurate celebrity barometer known to man.
'Double Dexter' by Jeff Lindsay

'Double Dexter' by Jeff Lindsay

Review by Brandon Tietz October 20, 2011
In the sixth installment of Jeff Lindsay’s Dexter series, Dexter Morgan continues dispensing his personal brand of justice, but everything changes when he’s caught in the act by a mysterious witness.