Jump to Main ContentJump to Primary Navigation
Top

Creepy Extant trailer hits

extant-halle-berry.jpg

As we reported earlier this year, essentially every movie star ever (an exaggeration) is moving to television. Included in that batch is someone who desperately needs a bit of a comeback and that's, ahem, Catwoman and Die Another Day star Halle Berry.

She's nabbed herself a bit of a doozy in Extant, a new sci-fi show from Steven Spielberg that focuses on an astronaut who comes back from space with an unwanted guest.

The first full trailer has dropped and it looks like creepy stuff, although we're not sure if the Rosemary's Baby, or more honestly Astronaut's Wife, premise can sustain a whole season.

We'll find out this summer when Extant lands on CBS in the US in July with a UK network still to be determined.

Related

movie-to-tv.png

7 more movie stars heading to TV

leftovers2.jpg

First Full Trailer for The Leftovers

aasb1.jpg

As Above, So Below Trailer

the-rover.jpg

Stunning new trailer for The Rover

xmen3.jpg

Final X-Men: Days of Future Past trailer

Comments

More

Fleabag's Phoebe Waller-Bridge is now joint favourite to become Dr Who

Are we about to see the first female Doctor?

by Tom Mendelsohn
29 Mar 2017

A definitive ranking of all the characters in 'Zzzap!'

Hey! Remember this??

by Gary Ogden
29 Mar 2017

'New Girl' has finally given Schmidt a first name

This might be the show's last season, and they couldn't bow out without naming him

by Tom Mendelsohn
29 Mar 2017

'Trainspotting' author Irvine Welsh is writing an acid house TV show

'Ibiza87' is on the way to have it large

by Dave Fawbert
29 Mar 2017

'Game of Thrones' star Aidan Gillen is joining 'Peaky Blinders'

No word on whether his character will be as much of a dickhead as Littlefinger

by Matt Tate
29 Mar 2017

'Game of Thrones' fans will definitely enjoy this IKEA toilet display

Not sure that the 'Porcelain Throne' has quite the same ring to it, though

by Matt Tate
28 Mar 2017

The 'Fresh Prince' cast all hung out yesterday, but still no reboot

The main cast of the popular sitcom - minus the sadly deceased James Avery - have resurfaced on Alfonso Ribeiro's Instagram

by Tom Mendelsohn
28 Mar 2017

'Moonlight' director Barry Jenkins is making a TV series for Amazon

It's an adaptation of award-winning novel 'The Underground Railroad'

by Tom Mendelsohn
28 Mar 2017

Bryan Cranston visits 'Better Call Saul' set in new video

The gang got back together for a short video

by Matt Tate
28 Mar 2017

'Westworld' showrunners clear up big question about season one

They've also had to change the season two plot because people on Reddit guessed it

by Alex Finnis
27 Mar 2017