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What Stephen King Got Wrong About Alcohol

The sequel to "The Shining" paints a simplistic portrait of addiction. This article was originally published by The Influence, a news site that covers the full spectrum of human relationships with drugs. Follow The Influence on Facebook or Twitter. Show More Summary

M. Night Shyamalan’s ‘Tales From The Crypt’ Reboot Gets Official TV Series Greenlight

On the same day that Stephen King’s The Mist gets the greenlight to become a TV series, another iconic horror series gets a 10-episode order. TNT has given the go-ahead for M. Night Shyamalan’s reboot of the classic HBO series Tales From The Crypt. Show More Summary

Jackie Earle Haley Joins Stephen King’s ‘The Dark Tower’

Jackie Earl Haley (Watchmen, A Nightmare on Elm Street) is currently in negotiations to appear in the film adaptation of Stephen King’s The Dark Tower, which already has locked down Idris Elba and Matthew McConaughey as “The Gunslinger” and the “Man in Black”, respectively. Haley will be joining in the role of Richard Patrick Sayre, […]

The Mist Is Moving Forward, Here's What's Happening

Horror author Stephen King is a master of turning the ordinary into the terrifying. Now, Spike is officially moving forward on an original scripted series based on the premise of one of King?s most bizarrely frightening stories: The Mist. Click To Continue Reading

Stephen King’s “The Mist” Gets Series Order From Spike TV!

Spike has greenlit the new original scripted series, “The Mist” from TWC-Dimension Television based on the classic Stephen King novella, Bloody Disgusting just learned. The network has ordered 10 one-hour episodes and will into go production this summer and debut in 2017! “The Mist” tells a harrowing story about a seemingly innocuous mist that seeps […]

Stephen King’s The Mist ordered to series for Spike TV

The second adaptation of the terrifying novel to take over Summer 2017.

Stephen King’s ‘The Mist,’ Already a Movie, to Become TV Show

A movie about a terrifying body of mist is not enough. There must be a television show about a terrifying body of mist. And so there will be an adaptation of Stephen King’s The Mist coming to Spike TV, it’s just been announced. This isn’t totally new, as a pilot for the show had already been ordered. […]

Stephen King's The Mist Series Ordered by Spike

Spike has given a series order to a television adaptation of Stephen King's The Mist, Deadline reports. The network originally gave The Mist a pilot order in February, but decided to green-light the series after just hearing the pitch and reading the script. This means The Mist will likely be the... Read More > Other Links From The Mist Stephen King

Stephen King's "The Mist" Lands Series Order at Spike TV

Production is set to begin this summer on a drama based on Stephen King’s 1980 horror novella. The series is targeted to debut next year.

Stephen King's The Mist Series Is Officially a Go at Spike TV

3 weeks agoGenres / Sci Fi : io9

A TV series adaptation of Stephen King’s science fiction-horror novella The Mist has been in the works since at least September, and now there’s more news: it will be coming to Spike TV in 2017. Read more...

Spike greenlights The Mist TV series

Back in February, we learned that Spike TV had ordered a pilot for The Mist, based on the Stephen King novella of the same name. The property was already adapted into a Frank Darabont film back in 2007, but in the current trend of TV...Show More Summary

Stephen King's 'The Mist' Ordered to Series at Spike

The 10-episode drama will begin production in the summer for a 2017 debut. read more

‘The Mist’ Stephen King TV Adaptation Gets Series Order At Spike

A month and a half after Spike gave a pilot order to drama The Mist, based on the Stephen King novella, the project, from TWC-Dimension Television, has received a straight-to-series pickup. The Mist, which marked Spike's first pilotShow More Summary

World's best-selling author says that 'publishing' and 'innovation' belong in the same sentence

3 weeks agoHealth : Booster Shots

James Patterson was awarded the L.A. Times Book Prize Innovator's Award at the L.A. Times Book Prizes on Saturday. This is a transcript of his acceptance speech. Hi, I’m Stephen King. [laughter] You know, it’s a long, long way from Newburgh, N.Y., where I grew up – which was recently voted the...

Stephen King's 'The Dark Tower' Begins Shooting

3 weeks agoEntertainment / Film : MovieWeb

Yesterday marked the first day of principle photography on 'The Dark Tower' starring Idris Elba and Matthew McConaughey.

What Stephen King got wrong about alcohol

3 weeks agoNews : The Raw Story

I am an unapologetic Stephen King fan. Not the kind of fan who has read every book of his, nor the kind that writes fan-mail or takes the author hostage, as Annie Wilkes did in King’s 1987 novel Misery. But I am a fan. King’s memoir about his craft, On Writing, was the first gift I gave my...

Red Sox Fan, Famed Author Stephen King Disapproves of Safety Nets at Fenway Park

After several fans were injured at Fenway Park in 2015, the Boston Red Sox made some recommended safety upgrades, including expanded netting to protect fans from foul balls and broken bats. Not all fans are happy about the changes, though. Show More Summary

Seth Curry Busts out Some Smooth Moves vs. the Suns

Seth Curry with the moves, though. The Sacramento Kings guard stole the spotlight at Talking Stick Resort Arena on Monday night, putting on a show against the Phoenix Suns. The younger brother of Golden State Warriors star Stephen Curry shook Ronnie Price in the second quarter, whipping up a spin move before draining a corner three-pointer. Show More Summary

‘End Of Watch:’ Latest Stephen King Novel Coming To Book Stores In June

Anyone who has read Mr Mercedes and Finders Keepers by popular author, Stephen King will be thrilled to note that the final book in the Bill Hodges Trilogy, End of Watch, will be available in June 2016. To avoid too many spoilers for those who have not yet read the novels, briefly, the story so... Show More Summary

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