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Tom Clancy's CIA operative is in the midst of a bidding war as Bay's Platinum Dunes and Paramount TV want to bring the character to television.
"Colony" star Josh Holloway and showrunners Carlton Cuse & Ryan Condal talk an occupied L.A., the meaning of evil and their new intrigue-filled show.
With season two currently unfolding, FX has already renewed Guillermo del Toro and Carlton Cuse's "The Strain" TV series.
Guillermo del Toro and the "Strain" cast and crew spoke at Comic-Con about deviating from the novels for the second season of the vampire drama.
Guillermo del Toro and Carlton Cuse discuss their take on vampires, and "The Strain" deviating from its source material in season two.
Showrunner Carlton Cuse teased that in the third season of the A&E drama, "Norman most of all is struggling with which side of himself is going to prevail.”
The horror filmmaker was joined by Carlton Cuse, Chuck Hogan and the stars of the FX thriller to discuss their hunt for "biologically believable vampires."
In FX's new series "The Strain" executive producers Guillermo del Toro and Carlton Cuse hope to take a more modern – and more scientific – approach to vampires.
The "Lost" veteran talks with SPINOFF about collaborating with Guillermo del Toro on the new FX thriller, and getting back to the roots of vampire stories.
"Smallville" alum Elena Satine will play Missy Hume in "The Sixth Gun," a Carlton Cuse-produced pilot based on the supernatural Western by Cullen Bunn and Brian Hurtt.
Cullen Bunn, Brian Hurtt, Brian Churilla and Bill Crabtree spoke with CBR about their new miniseries "The Sixth Gun: Sons of the Gun" which details the mysterious origins of the General's four horsemen.
NBC has ordered a pilot for "The Sixth Gun," a supernatural Western based on the Oni Press series by Cullen Bunn and Brian Hurtt. "Lost" co-showrunner Carlton Cuse is producing.
Cullen Bunn and Brian Hurtt's supernatural Western "The Sixth Gun" begins its journey to television with "Lost" showrunner Carlton Cuse developing a series based on the Oni Press comic for NBC.
Hosted by Executive Producers, Carlton Cuse and Damon Lindelof, the "Lost" panel at CCI answered questions, asked new questions, featured surprise guests and more.