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After bringing "Preacher" to AMC, Seth Rogen, Evan Goldberg and Neal Moritz are developing "The Boys" at Cinemax.
Goran Visnjic boards NBC's action-adventure time travel pilot from the creators of "Supernatural" and "The Shield."
Eric Kripke and John Higgins' "Jacked" #1 "feels like the first reel of a new movie, and you'll quickly be dying to see the rest."
Seth Rogen, Evan Goldberg and "Supernatural" creator Eric Kripke are shopping Garth Ennis & Darick Robertson's "The Boys," according to a report.
The creator of "The Shield" and the creator of "Supernatural" team for an all-new time-travel based action drama at NBC.
Kicking off in October, Vertigo's fall lineup will include 12 new titles from creative talent like Darwyn Cooke, Michael Allred and Gail Simone.
Eric Kripke will team with artists John Higgins and Brian Bolland for "Amped," a six-issue miniseries that's also being groomed for television.
Creator Eric Kripke, director Jon Favreau and the stars of "Revolution" enlightened fans at Comic-Con International about the mysteries and epic quests that await them in the new NBC series.
At Comic-Con International, "Supernatural" creator Eric Kripke joined the stars of his new drama "Revolution" to talk about rebuilding civilization 15 years after a worldwide blackout.
"Supernatural" creator Eric Kripke is set to bring DC Comics' "Deadman" to the CW. While his origins make him an unlikely TV star, deceased Trapeze artist Boston Brand may soon help out the living in a weekly drama.
The cast and crew of The CW's long-running hit series "Supernatural" took to the stage during PaleyFest to discuss the show's past and present while dropping hints about its future. SPINOFF has a full report.
A proposed TV series based on the classic Neil Gaiman Vertigo book has stalled as producer and "Supernatural" creator Eric Kripke explains that he hopes to return to the Endless some day in the future.
The award-winning sales chart perennial by Neil Gaiman and company finds its prospects for adaptation in other media renewed as Warner Bros. Television makes a move for "The Sandman."