Electric Entertainment

News

MIPTV Spotlight: Electric Entertainment

“Buyers and viewers alike would want to tune in every week, or binge-watch the entire season because our series all take place in imaginative locations,” says Sonia Mehandjiyska, head of international distribution at Electric Entertainment. “Our TV lineup is showing audiences places and settings they rarely, if ever, see.”

Read More
Sean Ashworth
Season 2 of The Outpost Currently in Production

SCI FI – NBCUniversal International Networks’ (NBCUIN) destination brand for all things science fiction and fantasy – today announced that The Outpost, the Electric Entertainment and Arrowstorm Entertainment-produced series, is returning for a second season on the channel.

Read More
Sean Ashworth
'The Outpost' Star Anand Desai-Barochia on Loyalty, "Oddball" Characters, and Fans

When most people think of fantasy shows on The CW they think of Supernatural, the network's long-running, fan-favorite series. However, the Winchester brothers aren't the only ones dealing with mysterous forces anymore. The network's latest summer drama, The Outpost, is bringing its own take on the genre in action-packed adventure with some serious Game of Thrones vibes to boot.

Read More
Sean Ashworth
Trunkspace Interviews Jake Stormoen

Jake Stormoen grew up nose-deep in fantasy novels, daydreaming that he was a knight, sword in hand and impenetrable armor encasing his body. Now as an adult, that inner childhood narrative has become a fictional reality as he stars as the straight-laced Captain Garret Spears on the fantastical summer series “The Outpost,” airing Tuesdays on The CW.

Read More
Sean Ashworth
DAVID TENNANT—A VILLAIN (AGAIN) IN 'BAD SAMARITAN'—THINKS JODIE WHITTAKER WILL BE A 'SPLENDID' DOCTOR WHO

For nearly five years, David Tennant was the charming leading man (or rather, the charming leading alien) in the immensely popular British sci-fi series Doctor Who. Being typecast as the fun-loving doctor can be hard to avoid, and Tennant remained in the role longer than most. Now, more than eight years after leaving the show, he’s adding more diabolical characters to his résumé: first, the mind-controlling rapist Kilgrave on Netflix’s Jessica Jones, and now a cold-blooded murderer in the new thriller Bad Samaritan, directed by Dean Devlin (best known for producing the Independence Day films).

Read More
Sean Ashworth