Submitted by alycakes 1051d ago | article

Defiance: Combining a TV Series and Game Into One World

A large undertaking that combines a television series and a video game, Defiance was described by Syfy’s president, David Howe, today at the TCA (Television Critics Association) press tour as “the biggest and most ambitious undertaking in Syfy's 20-year history.”

Executive producer Kevin Murphy said that when it came to the game and the show, “The Trion game has its own narrative. It has its own storylines. Our show has its own dramatic storytelling needs, its own storylines. But if you choose to partake of both, because we exist in a shared universe with dual portals or entrances, you get a richer, fuller, more nuanced experience.” (Defiance, TV)

alycakes  +   1051d ago
I think this show is going to be so different and so interesting that I won't be able to help but like it. I have always been drawn to the unusual and this sounds very unusual. I've seen the previews and like what I see.

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