It’s Hard Out There for a Vamp: “What We Do In the Shadows” Creeps Onto the Small Screen Soon

A modern vampire's woes are endless (much like their lifespan): finding others like themselves, being able to get fresh blood, avoiding werewolves and...grocery shopping. Brought to you by 1/3 of the comedic brains behind The Flight of the Conchords, What We Do in the Shadows finally hits the small screen as a sequel of sorts to the …

Finding Laura First: The Secret Diary as an Alternate Entry Point to Twin Peaks

Here at 25YL, we love The Secret Diary of Laura Palmer. Jennifer Lynch gives us a masterful glimpse into Laura’s inner life that enriches any viewing of the series and the prequel film Twin Peaks: Fire Walk With Me. Over the next few weeks, we will be doing a deep dive into the Secret Diary as part of our …

Steven Moffat and Mark Gatiss Sink Their Teeth into “Dracula” But Don’t Rule Out “Sherlock” Revival

Since leaving Doctor Who, Steven Moffat has had no shortage of television projects. In addition to adapting The Time Traveler’s Wife into a mini-series for HBO, he will reunite with Sherlock co-writer Mark Gatiss to tackle one of the great classics of literature: Bram Stoker’s Dracula. The new television series will be a co-production between …

Wilt Thou Leave Me So Unsatisfied? “Game of Thrones” Actresses Hints at What’s to Come

Whether you’re team Stark, Lannister, or Targaryen, it’s hard to say if everyone will be satisfied when Game of Thrones closes out its final chapter later this year on HBO. And Maisie Williams, who plays Arya Stark, isn’t sure how the fan base will react to the ending either. During a recent interview, Williams inferred …

No Pearly Gates, No Thorny Crown: “American Gods” Gets Back on the Road with Season 2 Trailer

It’s been nearly two years since Neil Gaiman’s acclaimed novel was adapted for a breathtaking (and sometimes off-book) television adaptation. A lot has changed in that time, too, with multiple show runners and cast members checking out between seasons. Bryan Fuller and Michael Green, who served as the first season’s show runners, stepped away and …

Yes to More Yaz: “Doctor Who” Showrunner Hints at Shifting Storylines

With one full season and a New Year’s Day special under the latest TARDIS team’s belt, it looks like the focus might be shifting in the next season to Yasmin Khan. Since the bulk of season 11 focused on Ryan’s growth and relationship with  Graham, it felt like police officer and school mate Yaz’s story …

Back from the Beyond: “Penny Dreadful: City of Angels” Details Surface

Vanessa Ives’ curtain call in season three of Penny Dreadful marked the end of the gothic horror series leaving its passionate fanbase in shock and still wanting more. Well, Dreadfuls, your day as come. In November 2018, Showtime announced that the show would be returning to tell new stories set in 1938 Los Angeles. Original …

Look Upon My Works Ye Mighty and Despair: HBO Teases at What’s to Come in “Watchmen”

Who watches the Watchmen? HBO has been pretty mum about the when, where, and why surrounding its new adaptation (and in this case, possible continuation) of Alan Moore’s groundbreaking graphic novel. The official Instagram account has been bare, barring unsettling pictures of police officers in yellow masks. But, this week we got a trailer for …

Old Acquaintances Not Forgotten: The Daleks Return in Doctor Who’s “Resolution”

Three brave tribes have gathered the remains of a dangerous creature in the 9th century. They divide the remains amongst three warriors called the Three Custodians and vow to bury and guard the remains for all time. Two warriors succeed in their journeys home to Anuta Island and Siberia respectively, but the third falls prey …