Low Budget TV Shows That Are Better Than Most Huge Blockbuster Series

Television has always been an expensive medium, with Lost having an estimated per-episode budget of $4 million, and Game of Thrones clocking in at a whopping $6 million. And sometimes, these hugely expensive shows fail. But here are 10 of the best science fiction and fantasy shows, which were made for surprisingly low… » 1/13/15 1:32pm 1/13/15 1:32pm

10 Weird TV Show Ideas That The Networks Keep Trying Over And Over

Just like with movies, you sometimes see a few television shows about the same idea come down the pike. Recently, we had two "supernatural child" shows (Touch and Believe), and a handful of supernatural medical shows. But here are 10 TV show ideas that keep coming back again and again. » 9/12/14 10:06am 9/12/14 10:06am

The Most Luscious Properties in the Public Domain

Here are 10 stories that belong to everybody, stories that still have plenty of juice in them — even if their earlier incarnations left something to be desired. » 5/13/10 1:22pm 5/13/10 1:22pm

Jekyll: The Best Opening to Any TV Show Ever

In 2007, Doctor Who mastermind Steven Moffat hatched Jekyll, a blistering reimagining of the classic tale — and the first five minutes, in which we're introduced to James Nesbitt's Tom Jackman, are perhaps the best TV opening of all time. » 4/26/10 7:30am 4/26/10 7:30am

Cyber-Jekyll the Pickup Artist Wows a Stripper with His Cape

This extremely obscure straight-to-DVD flick called Jekyll has three things going for it: Jekyll is played by the Middleman (yay!); it shares the same name as a really awesome BBC miniseries called Jekyll » 8/27/08 6:30pm 8/27/08 6:30pm; and it has an egregiously silly cyber-themed "transformation" scene when geeky Jekyll becomes a gothy,…

Who Will Be Who?

These days, it's almost easier to point out who isn't going to be the new Doctor Who instead of who is. Following news reports last week that Robert Carlyle (from Trainspotting and 28 Weeks Later, amongst other things) won't be taking on the role whenever David Tennant steps down, now we have Jekyll's James Nesbitt… » 3/13/08 7:30am 3/13/08 7:30am