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Friday the 13th: Slasher Horror Classic in Development as Hour-long TV Drama Jason Voorhees is packing up his machete and heading to television. An hour-long drama based on the iconic horror franchise Friday the 13th is currently in development, our sister site Deadline reports. Though the new series will be set in present-day Crystal Lake — the setting of the original 1980 film — Bill Basso (Terminator) and Jordu Schell (Avatar) are crafting a storyline that will show Jason in several different time periods. “Expect the show to take viewers in some exciting new directions that we’re confident will not only excite existing fans of Friday the 13th, but also attract new audiences to the situations and characters that inhabit the small town of Crystal Lake,” says Horror Inc. president Robert Barsamian, who will also produce. The series, which is not yet attached to a network, will be produced by Emmett/Furla/Oasis Films and Crystal Lake Entertainment. Sean S. Cunningham, who produced the original film, will executive-produce. Sure, I'll bite. lol
I admit, I have been interested in this game for some time. I have never played it though. And I probably won't until they release a ps4 version (which would be amazing) But, I stumbled across this guy's channel late one night at work (graveyard shift) and even though I don't play the game, I'm really digging these videos. He has a whole playlist so follow through to the channel if you enjoyed this episode. Each episode has a theme or "mission" so to speak. You guys who play Dayz will know what I mean.
It's my favorite time of the year again, when we get to try out some new shows and hardly any of them actually make it into being something good and every once in awhile something epic like Breaking Bad comes along and destroys all the competition. New Series that I'll be watching Sleepy Hollow (on episode 2 now, I have watched it, and so far so good) The Tomorrow People on CW (a new take on an old show; but most definitely capitalizing on the superhero popularity) The 100 (also on CW) - looks like it's copying off of Walking Dead and Revolution in anarchy style situations. Blah, I'm not sure about this one but I'll give it a chance. MARVEL Agents of Shield (premiered last night, but I haven't watched the first episode yet) Dracula - oct 25 ( another "iffy" one but I'll give it a shot, I do enjoy that more Horror style shows are coming) Crossbones - pirate show with John Malkovich? Yes please