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"Once Upon a Time" creators Edward Kitsis and Adam Horowitz discuss how the focus of the ABC fairy-tale drama will expand beyond the familiar princesses and uncover many more secrets in the second half of season one.
"Lost" veterans Edward Kitsis and Adam Horowitz talk with Spinoff Online about their ABC drama "Once Upon a Time," "Fables" creator Bill Willingham and finding the heart of fairy-tale characters.
"Fables" creator Bill Willingham goes on the record exclusively with CBR News to dispel continuing rumors and beliefs that ABC's "Once Upon A Time" is in any way a theft of his Vertigo title.
Writer/producer Melissa Rosenberg confirms ABC’s planned "AKA Jessica Jones" takes place in the cinematic Marvel Universe, pledging, "as much as I can I’m going to pull everything in from there that I can use."
Melissa Rosenberg, the writer and producer of "AKA Jessica Jones," the planned TV adaptation of Marvel's "Alias," is hopeful the superheroine turned private investigator will find a place on ABC’s fall 2012 lineup.
CBR TV spoke with "Once Upon A Time" co-creators Adam Horowitz and Edward Kitsis about the ABC drama's "Fables" similarities, the current resurgence of fairy tales in Hollywood and more.
"Lost" writers Edward Kitsis and Adam Horowitz screened the pilot episode of their new ABC fairy-tale drama "Once Upon a Time" at New York Comic Con and fielded questions about the October-debuting series.
"TRON: Legacy" writers Edward Kitsis & Adam Horowitz discuss the origins of their new ABC fairy-tale drama "Once Upon a Time," the comparisons to "Fables" and more with SPINOFF.
Developers Miles Millar and Alfred Gough and the cast of ABC’s "Charlie’s Angels" spoke at Comic-Con about reviving the '70s hit, finding the new voice of Charlie Townsend and opting for a "young and hot" Bosley.
"Castle" stars Nathan Fillion, Seamus Dever, Jon Huertas, Tamala Jones and Molly Quinn and Executive Producer Laurie Zaks went in depth at Comic-Con about their characters and what’s to come in Season 4.
Castle stars Nathan Fillion, Jon Huertas, Seamus Dever, Tamala Jones and Molly Quinn took the stage at Comic-Con, offering hints about the upcoming season and a look back at the development of their characters.
"LOST" writers Adam Horowitz and Eddie Kitsis discuss about their upcoming fairy-tale drama "Once Upon a Time," dismissing "Fables" comparisons by noting "these stories are iconic for a reason."
Filmmaker Guillermo del Toro says he and David Eick have turned in a revised outline to ABC for the planned "Incredible Hulk" live-action television series. SPINOFF has details.
Writers Brian Bendis and Kelly Sue DeConnick adapt one of fictional author Richard Castle's earliest works this september in a GN based on the ABC series "Castle." DeConnick shared details with CBR.
Writers Brian Michael Bendis and Kelly Sue DeConnick are joined by artist Lan Medina in creating "Richard Castle's Deadly Storm," an all-new graphic novel based on ABC's "Castle" TV series.
"V" executive producer/writer Scott Rosenbaum and stars Elizabeth Mitchell and Marc Singer spoke at WonderCon, thanking fans for their support and discussing what the future may hold for the ABC sc-fi drama.
The first hour of "V’s" new season was filled with intriguing sci-fi concepts, brutal acts of violence and a healthy dose of sex. While unbalanced, it did set up an intriguing premise for Season 2. SPINOFF has your recap.
"V" actor Charles Measure spoke with SPINOFF ONLINE about his portrayal of hired assassin Kyle Hobbes, his character’s evolution from cutthroat mercenary to impassioned soldier and what he expects to see in season two.
"V's" Chad Decker, Scott Wolf, spoke with SPINOFF about ABC's returning sci fi series, Dekker's continually conflicted relationship with both the alien invaders and the resistance fighters of the Fifth Column and more.
"Twilight" screenwriter Melissa Rosenberg is developing "AKA Jessica Jones," based on the character created by Brian Michael Bendis and Michael Gaydos for Marvel Comics, for ABC's fall 2011 season. SPINOFF has details.
"Helloby" director Guillermo del Toro and "Battlestar Galactica" executive producer David Eick are reportedly finalizing a deal to create the new "Incredible Hulk" series for Marvel and ABC Studios. SPINOFF has details.
Legendary Hollywood writer/producer Stephen J. Cannell passed away last month and George Khoury remembers him by presenting an interview about one of his most beloved creations, "The Greatest American Hero."
"The Incredible Hulk" is set to return to television courtesy of Marvel and ABC. The character previously appeared on the TV in the early 1980s in the fondly remembered drama series starring Bill Bixby and Lou Ferrigno.
The co-creator of the new hit ABC series Jon Feldman spoke exclusively with CBR about the show's origins, the casting of Michael Chiklis, the advantages and pitfalls of having superpowers and the series' future direction.
"The Incredibles" meets "Modern Family" as ABC premieres its new show "No Ordinary Family" at Comic-Con followed by a Question and Answer session with star Michael Chiklis and others.
Star Nathan Fillion and the cast and creators of "Castle" appeared Sunday at Comic-Con International to talk about Richard Castle’s new novel Naked Heat and the upcoming third season of the hit television series.
Following his panel at CCI, producer and writer Scott Rosenbaum promised fans new sides to the conflict in "V," along with the introduction of new characters to complicate matters for Anna, Erica and everyone else.
Our sister site SPINOFF ONLINE asks the simple question -- at the end of the world’s first week post-"Lost," do you miss the show? Simple question, now go join the discussion
SPINOFF's Graeme McMillan, Kevin Melrose and Josh Wigler take a look back on "Lost" to note their favorite characters, least favorite episodes and more. What are your thoughts as you look back on the series?
SPINOFF ONLINE's "Lost" Weekend continues and in advance of the finale, only hours away, they ask whether or not you expect the finale to thrill or disappoint? Vote now and join the discussion!
CBR News was in San Francisco for the WonderCon debut of ABC's killer new show "Happy Town," described by its creators as a cross between Stephen King and "Twin Peaks."