In the past five or six years, Kevin Bacon has made some pretty interesting choices as an actor. He’s taken on two extremely different kind of superhero movie with X-Men: First Class and James Gunn’s dark indie Super , went back to romantic comedy territory with Crazy Stupid Love , had a misstep with R.I.P.D. (though that wasn’t his fault), starred in the fun indie Cop Car , and led the chilling TV series The Following , which eventually got too crazy for its own good.

But now Bacon is ready to return to his roots as the star and executive producer of a new Tremors TV series that is currently in the works from Universal Cable Productions and Blumhouse Productions.

Entertainment Weekly has the news on the Tremors TV series, based on the 1990 cult classic sci-fi/horror flick that sees residents of a small, isolated desert town fending off giant killer worms who move underground and are attracted to any movement above ground. Bacon starred in the original movie along with Fred Ward, Finn Carter, Michael Gross and even Reba McEntire, so it sounds like this will be a sequel series.

Not much is known, just that the movie began the principal photography in South Africa on September 22 and a new creature will be shown. Filming ended on October 18. [3]

In this all-new adventure that travels halfway around the world to South Africa, the Graboids and the Ass Blasters are not only bigger and badder but Tremors 5 introduces an additional unexpected surprise that raises the stakes in the battle for survival. Burt now faces a different type of Graboids and Ass Blasters

At the refuge, an Ass-Blaster attacks Baruti, Nandi, and Amahle. Nandi discovers it destroyed a transformer while Baruti hides Amahle in the kitchen. The Ass-Blaster crashes into the kitchen and attacks them. After Baruti shoots it, Nandi is able to finish off the Ass-Blaster with her bow and arrow.

Emily Tremaine , Megan Ketch and Shiloh Fernandez are set to star alongside Kevin Bacon in the  Syfy  pilot  Tremors , a reboot of the 1990 cult classic film, with  original star Bacon reprising his role . The project hails from Jason Blum’s Blumhouse TV and Universal Cable Prods.

In the  Tremors  follow-up, written by Andrew Miller and to be directed by Vincenzo Natali, the killer Graboid worms that nearly destroyed Perfection, NV, 25 years ago are back, and the town’s only hope for survival is Valentine McKee (Bacon), who beat them once. But to do it again he’ll have to overcome age, alcohol and a delusional hero complex.

Tremaine will play the role of Emily McKee, the whip-smart daughter of Val (Bacon) with a bright future ahead of her. She is newly graduated and stops by Perfection to visit her dad, but quality time with him is the standard disappointment, as Emily sinks further into the understanding that he’ll never change.

It’s not safe to go back out to the desert, folks: The cult horror flick  Tremors is returning to TV… with original star Kevin Bacon on board.

Syfy has ordered a pilot for a Tremors series, our sister site Variety is reporting, with Bacon reprising his role as Valentine McKee and also serving as an executive producer. The series will be a sequel, taking place 25 years after the 1990 cult hit about an invasion of killer worms (aka “Graboids”) that wreak havoc on an unsuspecting Nevada desert town. The worms are back, and it’s up to an aged, alcoholic Valentine McKee to once again save humanity.

Andrew Miller ( The Secret Circle ) wrote the pilot, and will serve as showrunner if Syfy picks the series up. This revival was first rumored back in 2015; Syfy actually aired a separate  Tremors series back in 2003, but it was squashed after one season.

In the past five or six years, Kevin Bacon has made some pretty interesting choices as an actor. He’s taken on two extremely different kind of superhero movie with X-Men: First Class and James Gunn’s dark indie Super , went back to romantic comedy territory with Crazy Stupid Love , had a misstep with R.I.P.D. (though that wasn’t his fault), starred in the fun indie Cop Car , and led the chilling TV series The Following , which eventually got too crazy for its own good.

But now Bacon is ready to return to his roots as the star and executive producer of a new Tremors TV series that is currently in the works from Universal Cable Productions and Blumhouse Productions.

Entertainment Weekly has the news on the Tremors TV series, based on the 1990 cult classic sci-fi/horror flick that sees residents of a small, isolated desert town fending off giant killer worms who move underground and are attracted to any movement above ground. Bacon starred in the original movie along with Fred Ward, Finn Carter, Michael Gross and even Reba McEntire, so it sounds like this will be a sequel series.

Not much is known, just that the movie began the principal photography in South Africa on September 22 and a new creature will be shown. Filming ended on October 18. [3]

In this all-new adventure that travels halfway around the world to South Africa, the Graboids and the Ass Blasters are not only bigger and badder but Tremors 5 introduces an additional unexpected surprise that raises the stakes in the battle for survival. Burt now faces a different type of Graboids and Ass Blasters

At the refuge, an Ass-Blaster attacks Baruti, Nandi, and Amahle. Nandi discovers it destroyed a transformer while Baruti hides Amahle in the kitchen. The Ass-Blaster crashes into the kitchen and attacks them. After Baruti shoots it, Nandi is able to finish off the Ass-Blaster with her bow and arrow.

Emily Tremaine , Megan Ketch and Shiloh Fernandez are set to star alongside Kevin Bacon in the  Syfy  pilot  Tremors , a reboot of the 1990 cult classic film, with  original star Bacon reprising his role . The project hails from Jason Blum’s Blumhouse TV and Universal Cable Prods.

In the  Tremors  follow-up, written by Andrew Miller and to be directed by Vincenzo Natali, the killer Graboid worms that nearly destroyed Perfection, NV, 25 years ago are back, and the town’s only hope for survival is Valentine McKee (Bacon), who beat them once. But to do it again he’ll have to overcome age, alcohol and a delusional hero complex.

Tremaine will play the role of Emily McKee, the whip-smart daughter of Val (Bacon) with a bright future ahead of her. She is newly graduated and stops by Perfection to visit her dad, but quality time with him is the standard disappointment, as Emily sinks further into the understanding that he’ll never change.

In the past five or six years, Kevin Bacon has made some pretty interesting choices as an actor. He’s taken on two extremely different kind of superhero movie with X-Men: First Class and James Gunn’s dark indie Super , went back to romantic comedy territory with Crazy Stupid Love , had a misstep with R.I.P.D. (though that wasn’t his fault), starred in the fun indie Cop Car , and led the chilling TV series The Following , which eventually got too crazy for its own good.

But now Bacon is ready to return to his roots as the star and executive producer of a new Tremors TV series that is currently in the works from Universal Cable Productions and Blumhouse Productions.

Entertainment Weekly has the news on the Tremors TV series, based on the 1990 cult classic sci-fi/horror flick that sees residents of a small, isolated desert town fending off giant killer worms who move underground and are attracted to any movement above ground. Bacon starred in the original movie along with Fred Ward, Finn Carter, Michael Gross and even Reba McEntire, so it sounds like this will be a sequel series.

In the past five or six years, Kevin Bacon has made some pretty interesting choices as an actor. He’s taken on two extremely different kind of superhero movie with X-Men: First Class and James Gunn’s dark indie Super , went back to romantic comedy territory with Crazy Stupid Love , had a misstep with R.I.P.D. (though that wasn’t his fault), starred in the fun indie Cop Car , and led the chilling TV series The Following , which eventually got too crazy for its own good.

But now Bacon is ready to return to his roots as the star and executive producer of a new Tremors TV series that is currently in the works from Universal Cable Productions and Blumhouse Productions.

Entertainment Weekly has the news on the Tremors TV series, based on the 1990 cult classic sci-fi/horror flick that sees residents of a small, isolated desert town fending off giant killer worms who move underground and are attracted to any movement above ground. Bacon starred in the original movie along with Fred Ward, Finn Carter, Michael Gross and even Reba McEntire, so it sounds like this will be a sequel series.

Not much is known, just that the movie began the principal photography in South Africa on September 22 and a new creature will be shown. Filming ended on October 18. [3]

In this all-new adventure that travels halfway around the world to South Africa, the Graboids and the Ass Blasters are not only bigger and badder but Tremors 5 introduces an additional unexpected surprise that raises the stakes in the battle for survival. Burt now faces a different type of Graboids and Ass Blasters

At the refuge, an Ass-Blaster attacks Baruti, Nandi, and Amahle. Nandi discovers it destroyed a transformer while Baruti hides Amahle in the kitchen. The Ass-Blaster crashes into the kitchen and attacks them. After Baruti shoots it, Nandi is able to finish off the Ass-Blaster with her bow and arrow.

In the past five or six years, Kevin Bacon has made some pretty interesting choices as an actor. He’s taken on two extremely different kind of superhero movie with X-Men: First Class and James Gunn’s dark indie Super , went back to romantic comedy territory with Crazy Stupid Love , had a misstep with R.I.P.D. (though that wasn’t his fault), starred in the fun indie Cop Car , and led the chilling TV series The Following , which eventually got too crazy for its own good.

But now Bacon is ready to return to his roots as the star and executive producer of a new Tremors TV series that is currently in the works from Universal Cable Productions and Blumhouse Productions.

Entertainment Weekly has the news on the Tremors TV series, based on the 1990 cult classic sci-fi/horror flick that sees residents of a small, isolated desert town fending off giant killer worms who move underground and are attracted to any movement above ground. Bacon starred in the original movie along with Fred Ward, Finn Carter, Michael Gross and even Reba McEntire, so it sounds like this will be a sequel series.

Not much is known, just that the movie began the principal photography in South Africa on September 22 and a new creature will be shown. Filming ended on October 18. [3]

In this all-new adventure that travels halfway around the world to South Africa, the Graboids and the Ass Blasters are not only bigger and badder but Tremors 5 introduces an additional unexpected surprise that raises the stakes in the battle for survival. Burt now faces a different type of Graboids and Ass Blasters

At the refuge, an Ass-Blaster attacks Baruti, Nandi, and Amahle. Nandi discovers it destroyed a transformer while Baruti hides Amahle in the kitchen. The Ass-Blaster crashes into the kitchen and attacks them. After Baruti shoots it, Nandi is able to finish off the Ass-Blaster with her bow and arrow.

Emily Tremaine , Megan Ketch and Shiloh Fernandez are set to star alongside Kevin Bacon in the  Syfy  pilot  Tremors , a reboot of the 1990 cult classic film, with  original star Bacon reprising his role . The project hails from Jason Blum’s Blumhouse TV and Universal Cable Prods.

In the  Tremors  follow-up, written by Andrew Miller and to be directed by Vincenzo Natali, the killer Graboid worms that nearly destroyed Perfection, NV, 25 years ago are back, and the town’s only hope for survival is Valentine McKee (Bacon), who beat them once. But to do it again he’ll have to overcome age, alcohol and a delusional hero complex.

Tremaine will play the role of Emily McKee, the whip-smart daughter of Val (Bacon) with a bright future ahead of her. She is newly graduated and stops by Perfection to visit her dad, but quality time with him is the standard disappointment, as Emily sinks further into the understanding that he’ll never change.

It’s not safe to go back out to the desert, folks: The cult horror flick  Tremors is returning to TV… with original star Kevin Bacon on board.

Syfy has ordered a pilot for a Tremors series, our sister site Variety is reporting, with Bacon reprising his role as Valentine McKee and also serving as an executive producer. The series will be a sequel, taking place 25 years after the 1990 cult hit about an invasion of killer worms (aka “Graboids”) that wreak havoc on an unsuspecting Nevada desert town. The worms are back, and it’s up to an aged, alcoholic Valentine McKee to once again save humanity.

Andrew Miller ( The Secret Circle ) wrote the pilot, and will serve as showrunner if Syfy picks the series up. This revival was first rumored back in 2015; Syfy actually aired a separate  Tremors series back in 2003, but it was squashed after one season.

Kevin Bacon will reprise his role from the 1990 movie and serve as executive producer on the project, alongside showrunner¬†Andrew Miller (“The Secret Circle”)¬†and David Schiff (“Southpaw”).

In the series, the killer Graboid worms that nearly destroyed Perfection, Nevada, are back, and the town’s only hope for survival is Valentine McKee (Bacon) who beat them once. But to do it again he’ll have to overcome age, alcohol and a delusional hero complex.

The long-gestating reboot has been in the works for years, with Bacon signing on to star and executive produce back in 2015. Should “Tremors” go to series, it will mark his second TV series following Amazon’s “I Love Dick.”

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