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MTV considering picking up failed Fox pilot Locke & Key

Deadline is reporting that MTV is considering picking up the failed FOX pilot Locke & Key. The project, an adaptation of the Joe Hill graphic novel, was written by Josh Friedman and directed by Mark Romanek.

FOX pulled the plug on the project this past May and allowed the actors’ options to expire June 30. Friedman executive produced the project with Alex Kurtzman and Roberto Orci.

A trailer for the series was leaked last month. You can watch it below.

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Spielberg joins with Kurtzman/Orci and Friedman for TV series based on Locke & Key

Steven Spielberg is teaming with Alex Kurtzman & Roberto Orci (“Star Trek”, “Fringe”, “Cowboys & Aliens”) and Josh Friedman (“Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles”) to adapt Joe Hill’s graphic novel/comic series Locke & Key into a TV series:

First released in 2008, Locke & Key revolves around three kids who end up […]

Terminator: TSCC and Dollhouse Not Dead Yet

tsccdollhouse-042009Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles and Dollhouse are two Fox SF series that are in danger of cancellation, but the heads of both shows want to make it clear that despite reports to the contrary, neither show is dead yet.

Joss Whedon, speaking at the Paley Festival, told the audience that he’s a little optimistic because the network bosses love the show and will be looking at the full picture — including iTunes purchases, DVR playback, etc. where the show does better — before coming to a conclusion.

In related news, speaking about the drama surrounding the 13th episode, Joss told Zap2It that Fox may end up airing it after all:

“I’ve been in contact with the network and the studio making a great big push for them to [air that last hour],” Joss said. “The problem isn’t just with the network though, the studio also looks at it and goes, DVD goodness! So, [my goal] is getting them both excited about putting it on the air. They’re looking in to it, I haven’t gotten an answer yet, but I know that they are honestly discussing it, the same way they are obviously discussing a second season. They have to weigh in all the factors. I know I’m being dealt with in a reasonable fashion, so whatever the outcome, I’ll know I pushed as hard as I could and they did what they could. I have hope [it’ll work out].”

More on Dollhouse, plus an update on the status of Terminator: TSCC — including what’s being planned for season three in the event the show gets picked up — after the jump. Continue reading Terminator: TSCC and Dollhouse Not Dead Yet