As both an Exorcist and Halloween superfan, I have mixed feelings about Green applying his successful Halloween revival formula (revival, trilogy, return of major star, etc) to as prestigious a film as The Exorcist - the two franchises are apples and oranges. That being said, I never thought I'd see Ellen Burstyn return, and the last film entry in the series was dreadful. (William Peter Blatty's Exorcist III, OTOH, is excellent) So this is interesting.
The two-season Fox TV show with Geena Davis, Sharon Gless (in Burstyn's role), John Cho and Ben Daniels is also underrated and pretty good.
I’ve been saying if these apps soaps wanna survive they need to build their streaming output. This is a smart move for Days and since it’ll use many of their biggest cast members, it’ll get eye balls. Hopefully this goes well enough to develop a proper spin off with a stand alone story!
I hope this inspires Paramount Plus to do the same with the Bell soaps and Hulu with GH. Forrester International is literally begging for a spin off
My excitement is dampened by the concern over budget and how the show will look as well as how the CIN stans have already made it all about them. I cringed seeing their involvement.
Other than that, I think this is a great idea! More of this please! Lisa Rinna is a bit of an odd choice to focus it around but whatever, it's still nice to see her. Billie doesn't feel as needed anymore without Bo or Hope, or even Austin around. Yeah there's Lucas and Kate but meh ... I'd rather see Shane Donovan. Anywho in the context of a limited series It's nice to see her.
It bodes very well IMO. I like this a lot.
I know we had the Chabby and Last Blast webseries' as well but this seems more ... official? I wonder if it gets coins thrown at it and it's not just re-dressed sets and filming in the local woods.
I LOL at Deadline "from it's launch in 1992". No, Lisa Rinna joined the show IN 1992. Sorry, I'm nitpicky and petty.