Following the tragic and unexpected death of his wife on their wedding day, a young man finds himself devastated and unable to move on with his life. But when he discovers his beloved wife alive and well beside him on their four-year anniversary, he must come to grips with which reality he is in fact living.
Browsing: Greg Berlanti
Prolific producer Greg Berlanti is behind two new drama series – an untitled high school football drama and Hold Fast, set in the South during Reconstruction – at The CW.
Greg Berlanti and the Blindspot team of Martin Gero and Brendan Gall are developing a legal family drama at CBS.
The Magicians creator Sera Gamble is teaming up with super-producer Greg Berlanti for an adaptation of You starring Penn Badgley. The psychological thriller has landed a series order from Lifetime.
The remake of the cult musical Little Shop of Horrors has taken a step forward at Warner Bros. DCEU maestro Greg Berlanti has been tapped to direct the script from Matthew Robinson.
This is the extraordinary true story of Johanna “Hannie” Schaft, a young woman who dropped out of college to join the Dutch Resistance during WWII, eventually becoming one of their most talented assassins and one of the Nazis’ most wanted enemies.
The Jetsons scribe Matt Lieberman has sold his spec Free Guy to 20th Century Fox with Greg Berlanti attached to produce. The project is described as in the vein of The Truman Show.
In this sneak-peek of the Season 3 premiere of The Flash, The Rival takes on Kid Flash in the Flashpoint timeline.
With a slate full of comic book-based TV series on his resume, Greg Berlanti is heading in a different direction with his next project Casa, a series centered on the hot-button issue of immigration.
Supergirl lands at its new home, The CW, on Monday, October 10.
Last week, we reported that Greg Berlanti and the husband and wife team of Salim Akil and Mara Brock Akil had teamed up to develop a drama series based on the DC superhero Black Lightning at Warner Bros. TV. Now the series has landed at Fox with a pilot production commitment.
The name Greg Berlanti is well known in the world of television, primarily as the creator of The CW’s DC universe, but now he’s making his transition back to film and entering talks to direct Simon vs. the Homo Sapiens Agenda. The film is in development at Temple Hill Entertainment and New Leaf Literary & Media for Fox 2000.
The DC television universe is about to get a surge new energy from a brand new superhero. Greg Berlanti and the husband and wife team of Salim Akil and Mara Brock Akil are teaming up to develop a drama series based on the DC superhero Black Lightning.
The DC cinematic universe may be structuring but it is alive and well on the CW. Check out the teaser for latest addition, Supergirl moving to the CW, as well as first looks for new series Frequency and No Tomorrow.
Launch Pad Alum and former Launch Pad Competition Mentor Michael Perri has boarded the writing staff of one of television’s hottest shows. Perri joins the hit NBC drama as a writer as the series moves into its second season.
Focuses on time-traveling rogue Rip Hunter, who has to recruit a rag-tag team of heroes and villains to help prevent an apocalypse that could impact not only Earth, but all of time.
Desperate times call for desperate measures. CW’s massive The Flash and Arrow crossover event begins Tuesday, December 1st.
The writer of Pride and Prejudice and Zombies is in negotiations now to write and direct the feature adaptation of The Flash set to premiere in early 2018.
After an accident gives him the power of superspeed, Central City assistant police forensic investigator Barry Allen becomes the fastest man alive and uses her newfound gift to fight crime.
Revolves around Kara Zor-El, who escaped Krypton amid its destruction years ago, and has been hiding the powers she shares with her famous cousin, Superman, since arriving on Earth. But now at age 24, she decides to embrace her superhuman abilities and become the hero she was always meant to be.
Based on the DC comics, a man travels from the future with stolen technology in order to become a famous superhero in the present, and teams up with a teenager who has been given superpowers from advanced alien technology called Scarab.
Booster Gold and Blue Beetle, two DC comics superheros that have long been rumored to appear in either an upcoming film or TV show, are now being groomed for a team-up feature from Warner Bros, with Arrow creator Greg Berlanti directing.