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“Tremors” Coming to TV and Kevin Bacon is Returning!

Here’s another thing to give thanks for on Thursday! Universal Cable Productions is working to make a TV series of “Tremors” and the word is that Kevin Bacon, who starred in the original 1990 film, will be returning not only as an executive producer but also will star in the series!

The original film produced four direct-to-video sequels, including the brand new Tremors 5, and a 13-episode TV series aired in 2003 on SciFi.

This new series will be written by Andrew Miller and Bacon is confirmed to be reprising his role as Valentine McKee, according to EW. Bacon previously stated that he’d love to return to the role.

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14 Comments
  • lion7718

    Anything has to be better than “Bloodlines”.

    • Grimphantom

      Come on, it wasn’t that bad.

      • lion7718

        Oh, yes it was.

        • Grimphantom

          If you want to see a really bad creature feature movie, watch Stung.

          • lion7718

            Stung was disappointing after all the hype it got.

          • Vampire_Mistress

            I loved Bloodlines! It was fun and in my opinion, it was way better than Tremors 4

        • QTN

          Not really. On par with the other TREMORS sequels. Its OK. Not bad, watchable but that’s it.

  • Grimphantom

    A new TV series and Kevin Bacon returning? Either they saw the recent movie turning into series got a click in them. Hope that Michael Gross also shows up as one of the main characters unless he makes a special appearance.

    • Gadriel

      It won’t be Tremors without Michael Gross.

  • Halloween_Vic

    LMAO!!! -_-

  • J Jett

    Jonathan you meant SyFy channel and not SciFi, right? i’m not being nitpicky i just wanted to make sure (i want to watch this show!) with channel we’re talking about. 🙂

    • Brett Wolfe

      At the time this show aired, it was called “The Sci-Fi Channel”. You’re showing your youth. 🙂

      • Brett Wolfe

        “On March 16, 2009, the channel announced it was changing its name to “Syfy,” to end confusion over how to capitalize and stylize its name and as part of an ongoing rebranding effort.”

  • Adam Paquette

    I loved Tremors part 1 and 2 but a tv series? I dunno

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