Posted on April 26, 2006 | |
It was rubbish, so no surprises here (other than its initial commissioning), but Hex has been cancelled. No third season then for the uneasy combo of teenagers talking about sex ridiculous amounts while being plagued by poorly CGI-ed ghosts and demons.
This, incidentally, was one of the first moves by Sky One's new director of programmes, Richard Woolfe. A man with taste. Promising.
Posted on April 25, 2006 | |
So we already knew about Peter Weller being on 24.
A few weeks ago, Ray Wise signed up as VP.
Now Paul McCrane's here.
It's a RoboCop reunion!
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Posted on April 24, 2006 | |
We've railed against Winnie the Pooh getting the CGI treatment. We've railed against a whole lot of things in fact. But now, the Independent is reporting, K9 is to make a comeback as a CGI hero of his own Fox Kids show.
Step 1: Place memories on pavement
Step 2: Stamp all over them
Step 3: Stamp over them some more.
At the very least, I hope they get John Leeson back. The question, though, is why Fox Kids instead of CBeebies or some other BBC-owned channel? Maybe it's all been made up. Or it's a bad dream or something.
UPDATE: The Times explains all. And there's a picture. Sob