Alex Kurtzman will co-produce a new suspense thriller series for CBS. The thirteen-episode series, called Salvation, will premiere next summer. Salvation “centers...
Earth is six months away from a catastrophic asteroid collision in the new series from Sleepy Hollow EP Alex Kurtzman. The post Asteroid-Apocalypse Thriller – Salvation – Ordered by CBS appeared first on CBR.com.
Unfortunately, the CBS show—from executive producer Alex Kurtzman, whose TV credits include Fringe, Limitless, Sleepy Hollow, and Alias; he also directed the Tom Cruise Mummy reboot that’s out next year—is titled Salvation, suggesting it might not end with the asteroid smashing Earth into a billion pieces, as we all might currently be hoping Read more...
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Liz Kruger and Craig Shapiro ('Extant') wrote the script, based on the story by Matt Wheeler. read more
CBS has set its next straight-to-series summer drama, giving a 13-episode order to suspense thriller Salvation, from Alex Kurtzman's Secret Hideout and CBS Television Studios. The series will premiere in summer 2017, joining returning Zoo. Show More Summary
The project is based on the book 'A Burglar's Guide to the City.' read more
In a preemptive buy, CBS has given a put pilot commitment to A Burglar’s Guide to the City, a drama from Scorpion executive producers Alex Kurtzman, Justin Lin and Heather Kadin, and co-executive producer Paul Grellong. Lin, who directed...Show More Summary
Michael Rauch and Alex Kurtzman are also attached to the pilot as EPs. read more
EXCLUSIVE: Another fan favorite from a long-running CBS series is back at the network as the star of a new project. CBS is developing Dr. Death, a drama series starring and executive produced The Good Wife standout Alan Cumming. It is...Show More Summary
It was sad news for Trekkies last week as is was announced that Star Trek: Discovery, the new series from Hannibal showrunner Bryan Fuller and Star Trek 2009 co-writer Alex Kurtzman, would be delayed five months. January was looking a little soon for a series that hasn’t even announced a cast yet. In fact, all […]
In one of the biggest drama buys for CBS this season, the network has given a put pilot commitment to a character-based procedural from writer Jenny Lumet (Rachel Getting Married) and producers Katie Couric, David Marshall Grant (Brothers & Sisters), Alex Kurtzman and Heather Kadin. Show More Summary
CBS Television Studios has signed an overall deal with Star Trek: Discovery executive producer Alex Kurtzman for his new production company, Secret Hideout. The pact succeeds the overall deal Kurtzman and former producing partner Bob Orci had at the studio for their K/O Paper Products. Show More Summary
Star Trek: Discovery, the new Star Trek television series set to premiere in January 2017, has been delayed. The show has been pushed back to May, reports The A.V. Club. Showrunner Bryan Fuller and Executive Producer Alex Kurtzman have put out a statement. Show More Summary
CBS has issued a new press release today, with a bit of disappointing news: Star Trek Discovery has been pushed back to May 2017. Producers Bryan Fuller and Alex Kurtzman are quoted in the press release. Read on for the pertinent bits. Show More Summary
While there was no new footage or casting announcements made for Star Trek: Discovery at Mission New York today, there was a video from executive producers Bryan Fuller and Alex Kurtzman, which talked a little bit about the choices they have made with the new show. More »
While there was no new footage or casting announcements made for Star Trek: Discovery at Mission New York today, there was a video from executive producers Bryan Fuller and Alex Kurtzman, which talked a little bit about the choices they’ve made with the new show. Read more...
Universal's classic monsters are making their way back to the screen in an all-new shared universe, and leading the charge is THE MUMMY. Director Alex Kurtzman was clearly given a lengthy shooting schedule for THE MUMMY, as filming has been going on for several months. Show More Summary
Just Jared posted over thirty-five photos from the set of director Alex Kurtzman's THE MUMMY starring Tom Cruise. In the photos, we see the first appearance of actress Sofia Boutella as the titular villain in full costume and makeup....Show More Summary
CBS has announced that it will be airing a new "Star Trek" series headed by Alex Kurtzman and Bryan Fuller. This marks the fifth series for the long running franchise. However, there have been rumors that "Star Trek" will change its well-loved format for the new series.