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30 Rock (NBC) – LIKELY RENEWAL: Almost certainly back for Season 7, but that could be its final.

2 Broke Girls (CBS) – RENEWED

Adventure Time (Cartoon Network) – LIKELY RENEWAL: Too big of a hit not to renew, but Season 4 just started.

Alcatraz (Fox) – ON THE BUBBLE: There’s an outside chance this gets renewed.

Allen Gregory (Fox) – CANCELED

Alphas (Syfy) – RENEWED: Season 2 will air this summer.

American Dad (Fox) – RENEWED through the 2012-2013 TV season.

American Horror Story (FX) -RENEWED: Season 2 is expected to premiere in October.

Archer (FX) – RENEWED for Season 4.

Awake (NBC) – LIKELY CANCELLATION: The Kyle Killen drama only stands a chance if NBC wants to fish for award, because the ratings just aren’t where they need to be.

Beavis and Butt-head (MTV) – ON THE BUBBLE: Did well in its return, but is still up in the air.

Being Human(Syfy) – RENEWED for Season 3.

Being Human UK (BBC) – RENEWED for Season 5.

The Big Bang Theory (CBS) – RENEWED through the 2012-2013 TV season.

Boardwalk Empire (HBO) – RENEWED for Season 3.

Bob’s Burgers (Fox) – ON THE BUBBLE: We’re hoping for a third season.

Bones (Fox) – RENEWED for Season 8.

Breaking Bad (AMC) – RENEWED: There are 16 episodes left, and they’ll likely be split into two seasons of eight episodes each.

Californication (Showtime) – RENEWED for Season 6.

Castle (ABC) – LIKELY RENEWAL: Should be back for Season 5.

Charlie’s Angels (ABC) -CANCELED: Seven of eight episodes aired on ABC, but that last one may never be seen by the likes of TV viewers.

Chuck (NBC) CANCELED/ENDING: Finished its fifth and final season in January.

The Cleveland Show (Fox) – RENEWED through the 2012-2013 season.

Community (NBC) – ON THE BUBBLE: This forecast changes by the week, but the show is currently winning the 18-34 demo on Thursdays, so we’re optimistic.

Conan (TBS)– RENEWED through 2014.

CSI (CBS) – RENEWED

CSI: Miami (CBS) – ON THE BUBBLE: Like a confused college co-ed, this could… go either way. Yeahhhhhhhh!

CSI: New York (CBS) – ON THE BUBBLE: Of all the CSI shows, this one is in the most danger, by far.   

Curb Your Enthusiasm (HBO) – ON THE BUBBLE: As always, it’s up to Larry.

Dexter  (Showtime) – RENEWED through Season 8. Season 7 starts in September.

Don’t Trust the B—— in Apartment 23 (ABC) – ON THE BUBBLE: Too early to tell.

Eastbound and Down (HBO) – CANCELED/ENDING: Just finished its third and final season.

Eureka (Syfy) – CANCELED/ENDING: The final season is currently airing.

Face Off (Syfy) – RENEWED for Season 3.

Falling Skies (TNT) – RENEWED: Season 2 premieres June 17, 2012.

Family Guy (Fox) – RENEWED through the 2012-2013 TV season.

The Finder (Fox) – LIKELY CANCELLATION: The Bones spin-off just hasn’t found an audience.

The Firm (NBC) – CANCELED: NBC has been burning off remaining episodes on Saturdays.

Fringe (Fox) – ON THE BUBBLE: It could return for a shortened final season if Fox is nice.

Futurama (Comedy Central) – RENEWED

Game of Thrones (HBO) -LIKELY RENEWAL: As certain as Joffrey is a jerk.

Glee (Fox) -RENEWED

Grey’s Anatomy (ABC) -LIKELY RENEWAL: It’s just waiting for the paperwork.

Grimm (NBC) -RENEWED for the 2012-13 season.

Haven (Syfy) -RENEWED

Hawaii Five-0 (CBS) -RENEWED

Hoarders (A & E) -RENEWED

Homeland (Showtime)  -RENEWED for Season 2, premiering in September.

House (Fox) -CANCELED: The series finale will air on May 21, 2012.

House of Lies (Showtime)  -RENEWED for Season 2.

How I Met Your Mother (CBS) -RENEWED

How to Make it in America (HBO) -CANCELED

Hung (HBO) -CANCELED

Intervention (A & E) -RENEWED

It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia (FX) -RENEWED through 2013!

Jersey Shore (MTV) -RENEWED for Season 6.

Justified (FX) -RENEWED for a fourth season of 13 episodes.

Killing, The (AMC) -ON THE BUBBLE: Backlash from Season 1 could do this in.

Kitchen Nightmares (Fox) -RENEWED for Season 5.

Last Man Standing (ABC) -ON THE BUBBLE: Started great, but now… not so much. Still, probably good enough for renewal.

Law & Order: SVU (NBC) -LIKELY RENEWAL: This should be back.

League, The (FX) -RENEWED: New season coming this fall.

Louie (FX) -RENEWED: New season starts this summer.

Luck (HBO) -CANCELED: Three horse deaths does not a renewed show make.

Napoleon Dynamite (Fox) -LIKELY CANCELLATION

New Girl (Fox) -RENEWED

Nikita (CW) -ON THE BUBBLE: It’s as on-the-bubble as on-the-bubble can be.

 Nurse Jackie (Showtime) -ON THE BUBBLE: Currently in Season 3.

Office, The (NBC) -LIKELY RENEWAL: But should it? There’s also talk of revamping it or spinning it off.

Once Upon A Time (ABC) -LIKELY RENEWAL: This show is almost certain to return.

One Tree Hill (CW) -CANCELED: The series finale aired on April 4.

Pan Am (ABC) -CANCELED

Parking Wars (A & E) -RENEWED

Parks and Recreation (NBC) -LIKELY RENEWAL: This will be back. Don’t worry.

Portlandia (IFC) -RENEWED for Season 3.

Psych (USA) -RENEWED

Revenge (ABC) -LIKELY RENEWAL: This is one of ABC’s new surprises and it should most certainly be back for more.

Ricky Gervais Show, The (HBO) -RENEWED: Season 3 to air soon.

Ringer (CW) -LIKELY CANCELLATION: It’s looking less and less likely.

River, The (ABC) -LIKELY CANCELLATION: We’d be awfully surprised if this came back.

Shameless (Showtime) -RENEWED for Season 3.

Shipping Wars (A & E) -RENEWED

Simpsons, The (Fox) -RENEWED through the 2014-15 season.

Skins (E4 Network)  -CANCELED: There will be no Season 8.

Smash (NBC) -RENEWED for Season 2.

Sons of Anarchy (FX) -RENEWED for Season 6.

South Park (Comedy Central) -RENEWED

Southland (TNT) -LIKELY RENEWAL: This is rumored to be very close to renewal.

Spartacus (Starz) -LIKELY RENEWAL: What would Starz be without blood, sex, and bloody sex?

Storage Wars (A & E) -RENEWED

Storage Wars: Texas (A & E) -RENEWED

Supernatural (CW) -LIKELY RENEWAL: It’s looking good..

Survivor (CBS) -RENEWED

Teen Wolf (MTV) -RENEWED: New season starts this summer.

Terra Nova (Fox) -CANCELED

Top Chef (Bravo) -RENEWED for Season 10.

Touch (Fox) -ON THE BUBBLE: This one could go either way, really.

Treme (HBO) -RENEWED: And might get a fourth season too.

True Blood (HBO) -RENEWED: Season 5 coming this summer, and Six is almost a certainty.

Two and a Half Men (CBS) -LIKELY RENEWAL: Slipping, but it’s still Two and a Half Men.

Tyler Perry’s For Better or Worse (TBS) RENEWED for 35 more episodes.

Ugly Americans (Comedy Central) -ON THE BUBBLE: Could go anyway.

Vampire Diaries, The (CW) -LIKELY RENEWAL: This is as safe as safe gets.

Walking Dead, The (AMC) RENEWED: And this time it will be 16 episodes long.

Warehouse 13 (Syfy) RENEWED: New season coming this summer.

Weeds (Showtime) RENEWED: New season coming this summer.

Whitney (NBC) -LIKELY CANCELLATION: Our prayers are almost answered.

Wilfred (FX) -RENEWED: New season starts this summer.

Wipeout (ABC) -RENEWED

Workaholics (Comedy Central) -RENEWED: Season 3 starts in May.

How to bring back Firefly in five terrible steps

How many times a day do you think someone tries to convince Joss Whedon to bring back Firefly? The users of social bookmarking site reddit wasted no time asking Whedon to get the Serenity gang back together during an “Ask Me Anything” chat, and Whedon explained the ruinous steps he’d have to take.

One of reddit’s most intriguing subsections is “Ask Me Anything,” where people with interesting jobs and experiences answer questions posed by the reddit community. This week, Whedon did one of these AMA collaborative interviews, and while it was most likely to tease the release of Cabin in the Woods and The Avengers, he answered all manner of questions about FireflyBuffyAngelToy Story, and his feelings about politics and art in general.

redditor wjc06 was eager to offer his plan for resuscitating Whedon’s canceled-too-soonFirefly:

Just an idea.

Put Firefly season 2 up as a project on Kickstarter and see how much money you can get to buy the rights and make it happen.

To which Whedon responded:

Step 2: Cancel Castle. Step 3: Cancel Homeland. Step 4: Generally destroy everybody’s careers. Step 5: Avoid Step 2.

Okay, so in order to bring Firefly back, I just have to become a television programming supervillain. This doesn’t sound like an enormous obstacle, except for, you know, the moral issues.

There are a few other gems from the AMA. redditor dbertie asked Whedon if he ever had a hard time killing off his characters, and who was the hardest one to kill. Whedon’s reply:

I actually find it refreshing… delightful…. vaguely arousing….

Actually, I’m, no offense, very tired of being labelled as “the guy who kills people”. Shakespeare (he’s this hot new writer) does it way more than me, and everyone’s all excited about how he, as it were, holds a mirror up to nature, while I’m like the Jason Voorhees of the writing community. Unfair.

Also, probably Buffy’s Mom.

When one redditor complained that, during the San Diego Comic-Con Iron Man 2 panel, the only audience comments directed at Scarlett Johansson were “You’re hot,” Whedon responded:

All I can say is that Scarlett gets to do a lot more than be hot in “Avengers”. It’s definitely dispiriting to have a woman play an heroic role and then be reduced to body parts by fan commentary, but that can only change slowly. And is.

And when another asked for his opinion on fanfiction:

All worthy work is open to interpretations the author did not intend. Art isn’t your pet — it’s your kid. It grows up and talks back to you.

Also, if you’re still committed to the whole “bribing Joss Whedon to create more Fireflyepisodes” thing, the man has now stated on the record that his favorite ice cream flavor is salted caramel.

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IF THERE WAS ANY WAY TO BRING BACK FIREFLY NOW I WOULD SAY MAKE IT ANIMATED. THE ACTORS COULD DO THE VOICE WORK WITHOUT HAVING TO LEAVE THEIR OTHER JOBS. 

The best cosplay of Comic-Con 2011

Shout outs to Firefly on Chuck and Castle!

8 Things You May Not Have Known About Firefly

It’s been 8 years since Captain Mal and his crew flew off our screens for the last time. Even after almost a decade, Browncoats still turn out in droves for cons and events like Can’t Stop the Serenity. So whether you’re a long time fan or a newcomer to the series, here are 8 things you may not have known.

The Alliance troopers believe in ‘Reuse, Reduce, Recycle.’


The armor that the troopers wear is from the 1997 Starship Troopers film. The only modification is a purple paintjob. After Firefly went off the air, the armor was once again repurposed for the Starship Troopers sequel in 2004.
Also, the sonic gun that is used in the episode “Trash” was reused by Joss Whedon. In Dr. Horrible’s Sing-Along Blog, it became Dr. Horrible’s Death Ray.

“That’s not my name!”


Wash’s full name Hoban Washburne and is only given away in the novelization of the film Serenity. As for Shepard Derrial Book, his real name, as well the rest of his mysterious past, is revealed in Serenity: A Shepherd’s Tale to be Henry Evans.

Most of the names of minor characters are from real people

Jubal Early, the bounty hunter from “Objects in Space,” is named for Nathan Fillion’s ancestor who was a general in the Civil War. A lot of other character names come from sci-fi notables, such as Bester, the original mechanic of Serenity, who was named for author Alfred Bester and Brennert who was named for producer Alan Brennert.

Nathan Fillion keeps the show alive on Castle

There are numerous references to Firefly on Castle. The most recognizable would be when Nathan Fillion’s character Rick Castle dressed up like a “space cowboy” for the Halloween episode in the second season.  Other references include direct lines, like “I was aiming for his head” in the second season episode “Boom!,” or recalling skills learned on the set of Firefly, such as in the third season episode “Last Call” where Castle mentions he learned Chinese “at his last job.”

Han Solo had a cameo in the show

Well, more like 14 cameos. In every episode of Firefly, the cast and crew managed to hide a Han Solo in Carbonite toy in one scene. For example, in the episode “Jaynestown,” the toy can be found behind the mudder’s bar. It can also be found behind Mal while he’s cleaning his weapons in “Heart of Gold” and in the engine room when Kaylee is in her hammock in “The Message.”

The ‘Verse was well-populated with visitors from other sci-fi series

During the play in “Heart of Gold,” many famous space ships can be seen taking off from the Earth That Was. The Enterprise NCC-1701 from Star Trek, the Tantive IV rebel blockade runner from Star Wars and the Colonial Viper from Battlestar Galactica can all be seen carrying passengers away from the dying planet.

The ship Serenity was built full-scale


Most of Serenity was completely constructed to full-scale, but split into an upper half and a lower half. The cabin, front corridor, kitchen, rear corridor and engine room were built on one sound stage while the hold, med bay, lounge and passenger compartments were built on a second sound stage. It was so comfortable, that the cast would relax in the ship’s lounge between takes, rather than use the green room.

It’s still getting shout-outs

In 2009, Google released a real-time collaborative editing online framework called Wave. The name is based on characters in Firefly sending ‘waves,’ or messages, to others. Recently, the popular sci-fi show Fringe had an episode titled “Firefly” after the show was moved to Fox’s famed ‘Friday Night Death Slot.’  The CBS show The Big Bang Theory also references Firefly, such as in the season three episode “The Staircase Implementation,” where Sheldon has Leonard sign an agreement to always reserve Friday nights for watching Firefly, as the show is “going to be on forever.”

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Ultimate Guide to Science Fiction and Fantasy Television in 2011

Ultimate Guide to Science Fiction and Fantasy Television in 2011

Feeling like there are no great adventures left on television? Don’t worry — there’s tons of great science fiction and fantasy coming to the small screen this year. Here’s our list of the year’s genre television, from superheroes to time-travelers.

Primeval
You saw the beginning of 4th season of BBC’s Primeval on New Year’s Day, and it still has a few more episodes to go. How have Abby and Connor changed since they’ve been trapped amongst the dinosaurs in the prehistoric era for a whole year?
When: Saturdays
Where: BBC America

Castle
This cop show, starring Nathan Fillion and frequently featuring more genre references than you can shake a blaster at, returned from its winter hiatus this week. Error: I reported earlier that there were only a few episodes left, not true!
When: Mondays
Where: ABC

Robotomy
Back from its winter hiatus on January 3rd, the robot animation is back (with only three more episodes left).
When: Mondays
Where: Cartoon Network

V
V started its second season with a lizardy hiss this week. The second season seems much more promising than the first, due to promises of full reveals of what the aliens look like without their human skin suits — plus the new guest star, Jane Badler, who was the evil Visitor queen in the first V series. Check out her return in the season promo clip below.
When: Tuesdays
Where: ABC

Merlin
Merlin continues its third season on the Syfy channel (yes, this used to air on BBC One). Here’s the synopsis for the first episode: “It’s been a year since Morgana went missing. After a long search, she is finally found wandering in the woods, and nobody but the King can rejoice more. Morgana tries to put the past behind her, and she tries to make Merlin her friend again. But Merlin does not fall for her ploy, as he knows she is not the Morgana he used to know. He soon discovers that Morgana is part of a plot to drive Uther insane, and help a rival king conquer Camelot.”
When: Fridays, season premiere January 7th
Where: Syfy

Clone Wars
Clone Wars picks back up from its winter break. When, oh when, will we ever see the demise of dear little Ahsoka (that’s what we’re predicting anyways).
Where: Cartoon Network
When: Fridays, January 7th

Young Justice
The Justice League’s younger sidekicks finally get their time to shine on the new animated series Young Justice. Take note — Young Justice will re-air the one hour pilot in two chunks, on January 7th and 14th, with new episodes picking up on January 21st.
When: Fridays, season premiere January 7th
Where: Cartoon Network

The Cape
A young cop is framed as a crime lord and takes his vengeance as a masked vigilante, “the Cape.” But first he has to learn how to be a superhero from a team of circus freaks.
When: Mondays, season premiere Sunday January 9th
Where: NBC

Robot Chicken
If the Robot Chicken Star Wars special was any indication of what we’re going to see in the new fifth season, then this should be a pretty excellent year. Plus I think I spotted a unicorn fighting a werewolf in the season promo video.
When: Sundays, season premiere January 9th
Where: Adult Swim

Being Human
Following BBC’s supernatural drama Being Human is going to be hard, but we’re willing to give the Americanized version of this drama a chance. If you’re not familiar with this show here’s the premise: a werewolf, a vampire, and a ghost all live together in an apartment.
When: Mondays, season premiere January 17th
Where: Syfy

House
Our favorite TV scientist (who doesn’t sell meth or give people LSD) is back on January 17th after the long winter break in November.
When: Mondays, season returns January 17h
Where: Fox

Chuck
The computer-brained wannabe spy returns with more mommy issues, not to mention girlfriend issues.
When: Mondays, season returns January 17th
Where: NBC

Community
Since just about every single episode of Community has had some deeply amazing genre joke, spoof or plot line, we felt it was important to include it here. Plus it’s freaking hilarious.
When: Thursday January 20th
Where: NBC

The Big Bang Theory
The Big Bang Theory returns with more extreme geek humor and genre references — plus hopefully more fan-favorite guest stars like Summer Glau and Eliza Dushku.
When: Thursday January 20th
Where: CBS

Fringe
Fringe returns after its winter break with a brand new, and possibly dooming, Friday time slot. Here are 5 things you can do to save Fringe right now.
When: Fridays starting January 21st
Where: Fox

Archer
It’s time for season two of Archer, which means, more guns, sex and ridiculous quips from our bumbling, animated secret agent.
When: Thursdays, season premiere January 27th
Where: FX

Nikita
Sexy bikini-addicted spy Nikita returns, with more daring escapades, spy-versus-spy action and gunplay.
When: Thursdays, January 27th
Where: CW

The Vampire Diaries
The vampire boys return after the cold winter hiatus to fight over the same lady once more. When will we finally get to meet the mysterious ancient vampire Klaus?
When: Thursdays, January 27th
Where: CW

Smallville
This should be the very last season of Smallville, and the CW STILL hasn’t announced when the absolute last episode will be, if it’s going to be a two-parter, or what? But what we do know is that it will be back in January.
When: Fridays, January 28th
Where: CW

Supernatural
The Winchester boys will continue demon hunting in the end of January. Including one metatextual episode where they travel to an alternate universe where they’re actors starring in a show called Supernatural. Yeah, really.
When: Fridays, January 28th
Where: CW

Batman Brave And The Bold
The next Batman BATB episode is titled “Bat-Mite Presents: Batman’s Strangest Cases” which means, more Bat-Mite, a character we hold near and dear to our hearts. No air date yet, but we’re anxious for the return of the Bat-Mite!
When: Not Yet Announced
Where: Cartoon Network

Sym-Bionic Titan
High school drama meets alien royalty and giant robot battles — that’s the animated seriesSym-Bionic Titan. It’s like the OC but with more giant killer robots.
When: Wednesdays, season 2 premiere February 5th
Where: Cartoon Network

The Event
NBC’s strange conspiracy series The Event returns, hopefully to a much more interesting plot and a larger audience in February.
When: Mondays, returning February 28th
Where: NBC

Camelot
An amazing collection of actors (Joseph Fiennes, Eva Green, Jamie Campbell Bower, Tamsin Egerton, Peter Mooney, Clive Standen) have lined up to bring back the story of King Arthur and the Knights of the Round table. But this interpretation will demystify the noble knights and blushing damsels in distress. The gritty reinterpretation of the classic sword in the stone story hopes to reinvent the genre. It’s produced by Torchwood's Chris Chibnall.
When: Fridays, season premiere April 1st
Where: Starz

Game Of Thrones
Based on the epic fantasy series by George R.R. Martin, about battling kingdoms, royal tragedy, murder, treason, all set in a land where the winter season can last for years. And honestly, that’s not even doing the books justice. It’s a very absorbing series, full of amazing twists and surprising (and usually nasty) developments. We truly hope HBO will do it justice, and so far we’re pretty optimistic. Take a look at this elaborate behind the scenes video:
When: Sometime in April
Where: HBO

Stargate Universe
Even though Stargate Universe has been canceled, Syfy will still finish out the back half of their second season. Which is sad, because the show was just starting to get good. Alas.
When: Sometime in the spring, we’re guessing April.
Where: Syfy

Terra Nova
The first of two Steven Spielberg TV projects. This little show has been dubbed Land of The Lost meets Avatar and takes place in the future, and then later in the past. After the humans have all but destroyed the planet, in the year 2149, a coalition of scientists escape to prehistoric Earth. Together they have to brave the harsh realities of their primitive era, and hopefully figure out a way to fix the future. A few new images were just released today! The show will star Jason O’Mara from the Americanized version of Life On Mars.
When: The pilot should air sometime in May, with more episodes in the fall.
Where: Fox

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Falling Skies
Spielberg’s second TV project, an alien invasion drama. ER alum Noah Wyle leads a small militia of the remaining humans a few years after the aliens blew up most of Earth.
When: Sometime in June
Where: TNT

True Blood
The fourth season of True Blood should have a lot more magic and witches and a whole new kind of Eric. Oh and were-panthers who like meth.
When: The last two seasons debuted in June, so we’re guessing around then
Where: HBO

Breaking Bad
The shit has truly hit the fan over at Breaking Bad and it’s time for Mr. White to throw down. We cannot wait.
When: Sometime in July of 2011
Where: AMC

Warehouse 13
We’re very happy that W13 is coming back for another season! It’s the perfect combination of the odd couple, nerd service and freak of the week fodder!
When: No date has been announced yet, but these shows usually pop up in July on Syfy.
Where: Syfy

Eureka
Now that time travel has forever changed the people in Eureka, what will the future hold for our slightly different citizens of the smartest town on the planet?
When: No date has been announced yet, but these shows usually pop up in July on Syfy.
Where: Syfy

Walking Dead
Now that the series has strayed from the comic (big time) we’re super interested to see what will happen in season 2. But we’ve really got our fingers crossed for a little Michonne cameo (Is it still too early for her yet? We want samurai swords and zombies now please!).
When: Fall (we’re guessing AMC likes to promote Walking Dead during their very fun Horror Week in October, perhaps they will do that again)
Where: AMC

Green Lantern: The Animated Series
DC is truly putting a lot of effort into their next animated series. Producer Bruce Timm has admitted that it won’t go necessarily hand-in-hand with the Ryan Reynolds movie, but there will be some overlap. Either way the concept art looks amazing, and reminds us of Batman The Animated Series (which is such a good thing).
When: Sometime in November
Where: Cartoon Network

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Ultimate Spider-Man: The Animated Series

Rooted in the comic book series of the same name — Paul Dini, Brian Michael Bendis, Duncan Rouleau, Joe Casey, Joe Kelly and Steven T. Seagle have all come together to make one hopefully excellent Spider-Man TV series. Should pair quite nicely with the new Spider-Man movie as well.
When: Sometime in the Fall
Where: Disney XD

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Battlestar Galactica: Blood And Chrome
Now that Caprica has been canned, Syfy is trying what appears to be a more BSG fan base friendly prequel with Blood And Chrome. The main character is young Adama, and all he does is kick Cylon ass. From what we’ve seen from the concept art, we’re very impressed. Fingers crossed for this one, because we really miss screaming SO SAY WE ALL.
Where: Syfy
When: The pilot TV movie should air end of 2011, or beginning of 2012

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Thundercats
While we’re still holding out for a live action movie (Avatar style) Warner Bros. has promised a CG Thundercats series for sometime this year. We’re very, very excited about this announcement, but we’re not holding our breath. Making CG cat people seems like arduous work.
When: Not Yet Announced
Where: Cartoon Network

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Torchwood: The New World
Movie star Bill Pullman and Dollhouse favorite Dichen Lachman have both joined the newTorchwood series. This year, Torchwood sets up shop in America, specifically outside of Bruce Willis’ home (seriously they used exterior shots of his home for the new Torchwood homebase).
When: Not Yet Announced
Where: Starz

Outcasts
The audience follows a string of post apocalyptic survivors (including Eric Mabius and Jamie Bamber) as they join up with a new colony hoping to start over after the fall of humanity.
When: Not Yet Announced
Where: BBC America
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Doctor Who
The promo for the sixth season of Doctor Who has aired, promising American landscapes, new hats and lots of drama.
Where: BBC
When: Not Yet Announced

Superjail
In 2009 we were promised more creeptastic mind trip Superjail. Allegedly Adult Swim is working on a second season to be aired this year (no word if David Wain will voice the Warden again). We really hope this happens, this was our favorite program to scare our friends with.
The Warden (David Wain)
Where: Adult Swim
When: Not Yet Announced

Send an email to Meredith, the author of this post, at meredith@io9.com.

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