Microsoft has not talked about it in a very long time, but Steven Spielberg's Halo TV show for Showtime is still on the way, it seems. Asked on Twitter what was up with the project or if it was dead, Spencer stated, "Alive."
The Fallout Vault reports that Bethesda has registered a trademark for a post-apocalyptic TV series.
On January 8, 2013, Bethesda Softworks has registered a Fallout trademark for "Entertainment services in the nature of an on-going television program set in a post-nuclear apocalyptic world." You can view the United States Patent and Trademark Office entry here.
Interestingly, a day later, Erik Dellums tweeted that there may be more Three Dog coming. Correlation does not imply causation, but... let the speculation begin!
As G4 finalizes plans for a channel makeover in 2013, the young male-skewing network will conclude the runs of its two signature series, Attack of the Show and X-Play. Both long-running shows will wrap up production at the end of this year.
Attack of the Show and X-Play will continue to roll out new episodes through December. Leading up to their finales, a rotating lineup of guest co-hosts will join Attack of the Show hosts Candace Bailey and Sara Underwood, including John Barrowman, Michael Ian Black, Josh Myers, Paul Scheer, Rob Huebel and Horatio Sanz. Various stars are also expected to join X-Play hosts Morgan Webb and Blair Herter on their show.
The CW has given a full-season order to its breakout superhero drama "Arrow" reports Deadline.
The show's series premiere drew 4.14 million viewers, making it the network’s most watched telecast of any show in three years and the network's biggest premiere since "The Vampire Diaries" in 2009.
In its second episode, "Arrow" became the only new network drama this season to hold its ratings in both adults 18-34 and adults 18-49 from its premiere to its second week.