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MTV resurrecting Dawn of the Dead for TV

by Danny Gallagher, posted Jan 8th 2010 3:30PM
Just like we reported earlier, television is nowhere near done recycling every great entertainment memory you ever had into a TV series. At least now they are stealing from better source material.

MTV is reportedly looking to turn George Romero's immortal (no ironic pun intended) horror masterpiece Dawn of the Dead into some kind of television series.

They haven't given away much in terms of details surrounding the show, how it will link to the original film or even when it might hit the air. They have noted the show will feature a mix of the classic, slow moving zombies and the latest fad of turning the undead into Olympic sprinters. It's good to see so much diversity on television.

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Zombies attack Metropolis in Smallville's season nine

by Mike Moody, posted Aug 5th 2009 7:01PM
smallville season nine 9 zombiesSmallvlle is jumping on the zombie bandwagon.

Yesterday, we told you about the upcoming Medium-Night of The Living Dead mash-up. Now comes word that Clark Kent will be dealing with the undead in a season nine episode of Smallville.

The ep, called "Rabid," will see a virus infecting the city of Metropolis that turns people into zombies. Click through to find out which two Smallville regulars will get infected.

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George Romero's zombies to invade Medium this Halloween

by Mike Moody, posted Aug 4th 2009 7:00PM
medium cbs zombiesZombies are everywhere these days. The walking dead have invaded Marvel Comics, Jane Austen books, and they'll soon be chomping on brains in a galaxy far, far away.

This Halloween, Patricia Arquette will face off against a classic undead army in an upcoming episode of Medium. That's right, Medium!

Show creator Glenn Gordon Caron said an upcoming Halloween-themed episode will insert Arquette's character into scenes from George Romero's original Night of the Living Dead film. It's part a dream sequence that would not have happened if the show had stayed on NBC.

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