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Potential New Home? (in case of the Big C)

Potential New Home?  

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  1. 1. Which network would be a better home to our Conjob and why?

    • Syfy
      5
    • FX
      4
    • Starz
      0
    • Cinemax
      0
    • USA Network (former home of a certain plant elemental 25 yrs earlier)
      1
    • AmazonPrime
      1
    • BBCAmerica
      3
    • Hulu
      2
    • Other (TNT, AMC, etc)
      5


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DC, they could publish a comic called Hellblazer with Constantine in it.

 

Thinking about that I'd like to see how the series would be written now days with a competent writer,editors, and company beyond it. In fact just bring back Mike Carey to reboot the character if needed.

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I can't see the BBC paying for any fancy american TV show.

Maybe if you pay more for Doctor Who.

I'm talking about BBC America which a commercially funded Network for American audiences half owned by BBC Worldwide and half owned AMC.

 

BBC America is looking to make more original content (Orphan Black, Intruders and Fades are some shows they have financed).

The fact Constantine features a British lead and they they don't mind producing genre shows also works in its favour.

 

The thing which may work against Constantine is production is based in Atlanta and they may want to move the production to Vancouver like Orphan Black because it is cheaper to film there.

 

With AMC being part owners they could cut a deal to share some of The Walking Dead production space and talent to double down on the costs.

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I didn't realise they were doing that.

That would definitely have been a good choice.

 

Someone said SyFy is NBC ?

Via a friend I have heard a 2nd hand thing from someone not indirectly involved in the series has heard it's cable bound.

 

As long as Amazon UK keep it on, I am fine with that.

Still think the people who made Luther should have done it.

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I didn't realise they were doing that.

That would definitely have been a good choice.

 

Someone said SyFy is NBC ?

Via a friend I have heard a 2nd hand thing from someone not indirectly involved in the series has heard it's cable bound.

 

As long as Amazon UK keep it on, I am fine with that.

Still think the people who made Luther should have done it.

 

Now I gotten a bizarre thought of Neil Cross writing for our boy all of the sudden.....

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Now I gotten a bizarre thought of Neil Cross writing for our boy all of the sudden.....

 

That's not bizarre, that's common sense.

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