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Pilot Script For George R.R. Martin Werewolf Story ‘The Skin Trade’ Ordered By Cinemax
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George R.R. Martin's The Skin Trade

Another TV show based on the work of George R.R. Martin could be on the way. The author has announced that Cinemax has ordered a pilot script for a potential series based on Martin’s werewolf noir novel The Skin Trade.

Cinemax is a sister company to HBO, who produces the megahit adaptation of Martin’s “A Song of Ice and Fire” books Game of Thrones, so more shows based on his work within the same family makes a lot of sense.

Martin shared the news himself on his personal blog, and you can see what he had to say about the project below.

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TV Review: Once Upon A Time 4.16 “Best Laid Plans”
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Once Upon A Time
Season 4 Episode 16: “Best Laid Plans”
Directed by Ron Underwood
Written by Jane Espenson and Kalinda Vazquez
Starring Ginnifer Goodwin, Jennifer Morrison, Lana Parrilla, Josh Dallas, Emilie de Ravin, Colin O’Donoghue, Jared Gilmore, and Robert Carlyle
ABC
Air Date: Sunday, March 29th, 2015, 8:00pm

Last week on Once Upon A Time, we were transported to Hook (Colin O’Donoghue) and Ursula’s (Merrin Dungey) past, and found that there was not a relationship between them as we, the audience, first thought. Hook had stolen her voice, but made a deal. He would finally gave her back her voice, if she let him know what they had in store for his Emma. Both fulfilled their end and she left, swimming off towards the horizon with her formerly estranged dad. Gold (Robert Carlyle) and the girls aged August (Eion Bailey) and then tortured him. Emma (Jennifer Morrison) was glad to see her old friend again. We were, too.

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Comic Review: Jericho, Season 4 #2
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Jericho, Season 4 #2Jericho, Season 4 #2
Created by Dan Shotz, Robert Levine & Kalindra Vazquez
Written by Kalindra Vazquez
Art by Andrew Currie
Colors by Hi-Fi
Letters by Neil Uyetake
Cover by Tim Bradstreet
IDW Publishing
Release Date: February 20, 2013
Cover Price: $3.99

The city of Jericho is now unwittingly hosting the terrorist mastermind behind the nuclear attacks that splintered the United States. In the first issue, Jake Green and Robert Hawkins suppressed their vengeful instincts to work with John Smith, who is likely the only man who can help the resistance overthrow the Allied States (A.S.A.) government. Jericho, Season 4 #2 makes bold moves with the storyline that will evoke warm memories of the post-apocalyptic, political intrigue that hooked fans on the short-lived television series.

John Smith is now fully embedded in Jericho society. He takes an unassuming cover as an engaging teacher who just happens to work closely with Emily. Jake is uncomfortable with the most wanted man by both sides working hand-in-hand with his girlfriend. She invites John over for dinner with them where John subtly taunts Jake about being out of the loop while divulging the details of his latest plan.

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Comic Review: Jericho, Season 4 #1
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Jericho, Season 4 #1Jericho, Season 4 #1
Written by Kalinda Vazquez
Art by Andrew Currie
Colors by Hi-Fi
Letters by Neil Uyetake
Cover by Tim Bradstreet
Story by Dan Shotz, Robert Levine, and Kalinda Vazquez
IDW Publishing
Release Date: August 16, 2012
Cover Price: $3.99

Jericho earned a rabid cult following during its two-season run on CBS. After the first season, CBS tried to cancel the show. This spawned the infamous Nuts campaign where disgruntled fans mailed over 20 tons of peanuts to CBS’s offices. In response, CBS agreed to allow Jericho seven more episodes to wrap things up. Only Jericho‘s story posed so many questions that it was nearly impossible to tell the whole story in just seven episodes. The second season seemed to bank on CBS gracing them with a third season — it ended right before the meat of the story with a possible Civil War II looming. CBS, of course, cancelled the show regardless. Not cool, CBS. Not cool.

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