Tag Archive: miniseries

Promising news for fans of The Event, NBC’s low-rated thriller that got axed after one season: EW has learned that SyFy is considering whether to develop the second season into a miniseries. Okay, so maybe this isn’t GREAT news — it’s not a full season of Blair Underwood– but there’s always the chance the drama could live

Former Ugly Betty producer Salma Hayek is developing an eight-hour miniseries adaptation of the book Wicked for ABC — the same network that passed on the television event in 2009 — says The Hollywood Reporter. Gregory Maguire’s novel Wicked: The Life and Times of the Wicked Witch of the West has already spawned a popular […] Continue reading ABC “Wicked” Miniseries Produced By Salma Hayek

A good miniseries has flexibility that movies don’t. They can spend more time exploring characters, cover a longer period, or just look at topics in more depth. Rather than being limited to the two hour attention span of most movie goers, by drawing out a story over a week or longer, a miniseries manages depth […] Continue reading 15 of the Best Miniseries of All Time

The Blue and the Gray (The Complete Miniseries)


Story of the American Civil War through the eyes of one family, divided by north and south allegiances.Genre: Feature Film-DramaRating: UNRelease Date: 6-NOV-2001Media Type: DVDBefore Ken Burns, Glory, and Gettysburg, the Civil War proved an effective backdrop for this 1982 miniseries–available complete and uncut on this three-disc set–about two families… Continue reading The Blue and the Gray (The Complete Miniseries)