Television gave birth to its newest superhero this past Sunday. But did the premiere of NBC’s The Cape rid us of the scars left behind Heroes, or did it have us pining for Peter Petrelli, Sylar and that annoying cheerleader chick? Below the jump I look at the ‘bad and […]
In this video from NBC, composer Bear McCreary guides us through creating the score and character themes for The Cape.
“Orwell has to have a car every episode”. Now that’s a blogger who has made it. And then some. And THEN some. Head past the jump to watch this behind the Cape video for insights into the creation of the show.
Like the shows we embrace, Seriable is part of an interconnected series of stories (or websites) that make up a bigger whole. Each week we’ll bring you a taste on what is going on elsewhere in the extended worlds of Seriable. Terra Novable on the four things they learned from the […]
With The Cape – NBC’s new superhero series – premiering tonight, one of the aspects that has me intrigued is the cape itself. Or rather, the mythology behind it. In a recent interview Cape actor David Lyons spoke about the mythology of Vince Faraday’s cape, and touched on something that […]
Seriable Pictures is a weekly round-up of the promotional photos from your favorite serialized and mythology TV shows released in the past week. Released in the past week were promotional photos for upcoming seasons/episodes of: Smallville, The Vampire Diaries, The Killing, Falling Skies, Nikita, The Cape, Supernatural, and Being Human (UK).
It’s become popular for shows to release their opening title sequence prior to series launch – and when you have Bear McCreary doing the musical composition you’d be right to be confident of piquing some more early interest. And so it is that The Cape‘s opening credits are out in […]
Another pretty good promo for NBC’s upcoming superhero series, The Cape, flies in below the jump. This one is titled: Hero. Will he be yours?
Seriable Previews: Promos and teasers released in the past week, previewing your favorite serialized and mythology TV shows for the coming weeks. Head past the jump for promos, previews and teasers for upcoming seasons/episodes of V, Being Human, and The Cape.
The year ahead is bursting with all sorts of crazy-delicious mythology, including: aliens, zombies, Time Lords, time-travel, First People, superheroes, and yep, you guessed it – mysterious islands! Head past the jump to find out which TV mythologies we’re most looking forward to exploring in 2011.
2011 is upon us, which means another year of serialized adventure and mythological pursuits for followers of the small screen. Here are 10 of my hopes for the year ahead.