SGU WORKS WITH RANCORS AND GATES
SGU has finally let go of that magic reset button, and we couldn’t be happier about it. This Friday’s episode, “Lost,” contained a lot of goodness, paired with plenty of potential. Now if only they could rethink their flashback hairstyles.
I was generally pleased with this episode of SGU. Sure it had its flaws and wacky nonsensical character scenarios, but overall there was a lot of good here.
This episode finally stopped SGU from mashing down on the reset button whenever the plot got sticky. Last week, we left four team members stranded on the Canada Ruins Planet. And this week’s episode ended with three crew members still lost in space. No reset.
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BARRY SONNENFELD SHOPPING SUPERNATURAL THRILLER ‘BEAT THE DEVIL’
Barry Sonnenfeld is partnering with Fluent Media Group and Resonant TV to develop a scripted format with an international sales twist.
The producer-director is attached to “Beat the Devil,” a supernatural thriller that is first being shopped in foreign territories before being pitched to U.S networks. What’s unusual is that Fluent and Resonant have attached an A-list U.S. talent who will be involved in the international sales process from the beginning, before a domestic version is considered.
“The idea is to get showrunners involved in the international versions of a show,” Fluent Media Group president Raul Mateu said. “By the time we bring it back to the U.S., the producer didn’t just see it because an agent had it; he’ll be invested in the project and know why it worked.”
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