Outer Range’s Season Two Trailer Ponders Big Questions About Time
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by Molly Templeton
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News Outer Range Outer Range’s Season Two Trailer Ponders Big Questions About Time The void returns By Molly Templeton | Published on April 15, 2024 Comment 0 Share New Share You know it’s a Serious Television Program when it gets real philosophical about time. What is time? What is a day? What, rancher Royal Abbott (Josh Brolin) wonders, does it even mean that God created Earth in six days? That’s one question on his mind. Given that there’s a weird hole in his backyard that might be a portal through time, more questions are likely to follow. Prime Video’s Outer Range returns ..read more
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Ncuti Gatwa’s Doctor Will Have Two Companions in His Second Season
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by Molly Templeton
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News Doctor Who Ncuti Gatwa’s Doctor Will Have Two Companions in His Second Season And what’s more, a familiar character may be returning soon By Molly Templeton | Published on April 15, 2024 Comment 0 Share New Share Previously, in Doctor Who news, it was announced that current companion Ruby Sunday (Millie Gibson) would have only one season of adventures in the TARDIS before being replaced by a new, unnamed companion played by Varada Sethu (Andor). Radio Times noted, at the time, that Gibson would still be on the show, but in a smaller role. But maybe that’s not quite the cas ..read more
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The Enlightened Yeti: Kim Stanley Robinson’s Escape From Kathmandu
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by TorSarah
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Book Recommendations The Enlightened Yeti: Kim Stanley Robinson’s Escape From Kathmandu A lighthearted but subversively serious look at the community of Western expats on the roof of the world. By Judith Tarr | Published on April 15, 2024 Comment 0 Share New Share There’s something about Sasquatches and Yetis that makes certain authors and auteurs want to turn them into Giant Furry Friends. Maybe it’s the inherent coolness of the beast. He is usually huge, and he’s canonically stinky, and he’s extremely hairy. And yet, cleaned up and set in a fantasy world, he is just about irr ..read more
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“Bad” Books, and the Readers That Love Them
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by TorSarah
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Book Recommendations reading habits “Bad” Books, and the Readers That Love Them Is it possible that books don’t have to be perfectly crafted works of fiction to be worthy of our readerly love and affection? By James Davis Nicoll | Published on April 15, 2024 “Young Girl Reading, Gloucester” by John Sloan (1917) Comment 5 Share New Share “Young Girl Reading, Gloucester” by John Sloan (1917) On any given day, all too many new books are published. Even if one were to judge them by the strictest criteria (prose, plotting, relatable characters, and all the other good stuff that ..read more
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Star Trek: Lower Decks Will End With Its Fifth Season—But Strange New Worlds Keeps Flying
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by Molly Templeton
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News Star Trek Star Trek: Lower Decks Will End With Its Fifth Season—But Strange New Worlds Keeps Flying You won’t run out of space adventures any time soon By Molly Templeton | Published on April 15, 2024 Comment 0 Share New Share The U.S.S. Cerritos will soon be flying off your screens. Star Trek: Lower Decks creator Mike McMahan and Alex Kurtzman, Star Trek mastermind/executive producer, announced that the upcoming fifth season will be the last go-round for the animated series, saying in a note to fans: While five seasons of any series these days seems like a miracle, it’s ..read more
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Isabel J. Kim’s Debut Novel Sublimation Has Rights Picked Up for TV Adaptation
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by Vanessa Armstrong
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News Sublimation Isabel J. Kim’s Debut Novel Sublimation Has Rights Picked Up for TV Adaptation By Vanessa Armstrong | Published on April 12, 2024 Comment 0 Share New Share Isabel J. Kim’s debut novel, Sublimation, has been picked up by Universal International Studios for a potential television adaptation. The book has yet to be released, though Tor Publishing Group has acquired the novel as part of a three-book deal with Kim. Kim is a Shirley Jackson Award-winner who has written several acclaimed stories, including “Why Don’t We Just Kill the Kid in the Omelas Hole,” which ran ..read more
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Terry Pratchett Book Club: Unseen Academicals, Part II
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by Emmet Asher-Perrin
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Book Recommendations Terry Pratchett Book Club Terry Pratchett Book Club: Unseen Academicals, Part II May your sherry whisper wonderful things to you, too By Emmet Asher-Perrin | Published on April 12, 2024 Comment 0 Share New Share Who’s up for practice? Who wants Rincewind on their team? (Me, I do.) Summary Glenda and Juliet head back to the university to give themselves an alibi for not being at the match. Ottimony comes in to tell them all about it after leading the wizards there, and he swears that Juliet looks like the girl at the match. Glenda is summoned to the Stollops ..read more
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Monarch: Legacy of Monsters Will Return With More Monsters, More Legacy—and Spinoffs
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by Molly Templeton
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News Monarch: Legacy of Monsters Monarch: Legacy of Monsters Will Return With More Monsters, More Legacy—and Spinoffs You can never have too many Titans By Molly Templeton | Published on April 12, 2024 Comment 0 Share New Share One of last year’s best new SFF series is not over yet. Apple TV+ has renewed Monarch: Legacy of Monsters for a second season—and what’s more, it’s adding an unspecified number of spinoff series to the Monsterverse’s small-screen lineup. That’s very vague, right? But the press release literally says “multiple spinoffs,” with no further details. Vagueness ..read more
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Must Read Short Speculative Fiction: March 2024
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by Christina Orlando
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Book Recommendations Short Fiction Spotlight Must Read Short Speculative Fiction: March 2024 Death, betrayal, and the unexpectedly weird in this month’s short fiction spotlight. By Alex Brown | Published on April 12, 2024 Comment 0 Share New Share We’re doing death, betrayal, and the unexpectedly weird in this short speculative fiction spotlight. I read these ten stories last month and they were so good I had to go back and read them all again. “Everything in the Garden is Lovely” by Hannah Yang Every now and again, a short fiction author hits me with an opening line so striki ..read more
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Glen Powell to Star in Edgar Wright’s Adaptation of Richard Bachman’s The Running Man
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by Vanessa Armstrong
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News The Running Man Glen Powell to Star in Edgar Wright’s Adaptation of Richard Bachman’s The Running Man By Vanessa Armstrong | Published on April 11, 2024 Comment 0 Share New Share It’s been over three years since we found out that Edgar Wright was directing another adaptation of Richard Bachman/Stephen King’s The Running Man. Today at the Paramount Pictures panel at CinemaCon (via The Hollywood Reporter), however, we found out not only that the movie is still happening, but that Glen Powell has signed on to star in the lead role, the part that Arnold Schwarzenegger took on ..read more
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