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We report on a lot of projects when they're first announced. Often, however, there's a long stretch between the initial news and the project's actual release. Sometimes, it's long enough for you to completely forget about them; sometimes, it's long enough that Hollywood probably forgot about them. Let's check in on some projects that haven't heard much from for a while.

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Next week finally brings the premiere of Riverdale, a show we've been dying to see more of ever since the pilot was shown at Comic-Con. It will be premiering in Australia on Netflix January 27, the same day as the US. But, in case the trailers did not make this abundantly clear, this is not the Archie you might expect it to be. Here's a rundown of the major players as they are in the comics and how the show has chosen to reinterpret them! (Short answer: Weirdly.)

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Witchblade is coming to TV... again. Image's supernatural comic series has a new show planned for NBC from the team behind Vampire Diaries, and someone out there is hoping the golden age of comic book TV can mean that the second (technically, third) time's a charm for detective Sara Pezzini.

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Lucifer introduced the Devil's mother at the start of season two; now, it appears we'll soon be meeting dear old Dad. Sorta. The very funny Timothy Omudson (Galavant, Psych) has just signed on for a guest-starring role as God. With a twist, though.

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American gothic gets a lot of play on TV and film. There's last year's mystery drama American Gothic, the upcoming horror film American Gothic and the 1995 Sam Raimi-produced bug nut wild TV show American Gothic. Southern gothic, the much more fun and fantastical localised form of the gothic genre, gets much less play. Outside of a few Tennessee Williams adaptations and a rogue season of American Horror Story, the Southern gothic genre often feels ignored.

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Video: On Tuesday, we learned that Twin Peaks would return May 22 to kick off its 18-episode revival on Stan. Today, we've got our first (very quick) glimpse at Kyle MacLachlan's Agent Cooper, looking far more weathered than last we saw him. Is it the decades... or is it the Black Lodge? Or a bit of both?