Another month and a brand new story comes with The X-Files: Season 10! Joe Harris and the team at IDW bring us a MOTW issue that delves into the supernatural with a tinge of religious lore that promises to scare your pants off.
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Frank Spotnitzâ€™s indie Big Light Productions has appointed former Holby City and Down To Earth producer Sharon Remmer as its head of drama.
Remmerâ€™s most recent role was head of development at Moone Boy producer Sprout Pictures, the indie set up by Stephen Fry.
She will fill the newly created position and be tasked with developing Big Lightâ€™s drama slate with the aim of working with UK and US broadcasters.
Remmer said she joined the indie because of Spotnitzâ€™ â€œclear vision and unrivalled ambitionâ€, while Spotnitz lauded her â€œdeep knowledge, love and respect for talentâ€. Big Light was set up by former X-Files showrunner Spotnitz and is focused on developing high quality returning drama series.
In April it announced that it was working on a co-production with Downton Abbey producer Carnival Films for crime series Freud: The Secret Casebook.
The London-based indie also made series two of Transporter: The Series for M6, HBO Canada and TNT.
Spotnitz wrote and created Hunted for BBC1 and Cinemax.
In July, production network Greenbird acquired a minority stake in Big Light, thought to be around 30%. The company also entered into a first-look distribution deal with Studio Canal unit Tandem Communications in April.
If you are at SDCC right now, run! No, there's no need for a panic face, but run! Joe Harris and Joe Corroney are signing autographs for fans at 12PM local time at the IDW booth #2643, convention floor. They both have their own booths in the artist's alley. Joe Harris is at BB-03 and Joe Corroney is at GG-08.
And if you can, stick around until 5PM for the IDW: Comics Make For Great Games panel. They're gonna talk about the much anticipated X-Files board game out this summer! You may even get to play a game or two. The panel is in Room 4.