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'American Gods' Finds Its New Showrunner In Jesse Alexander


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Following the news that Bryan Fuller and Michael Green would not be returning as showrunners for the second season of 'American Gods', fans of the hit Starz series - based on Neil Gaiman's novel of the same name - have been wondering exactly who would step in to fill the void. We knew that Gaiman would be having a more hands-on role behind-the-scenes, but now it's been revealed that Jesse Alexander will be working alongside him.

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Eight Legged Freaks Review


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Spiders are annoying little creatures that always find ways to invade your space. Many people find the sight of them scary, but usually a good-soled shoe is the best defense. But the spiders of Eight Legged Freaks are so massive that a shoe won't even dent their exoskeleton; too bad the film itself leaves a similarly lackluster impression.

In the Arizona desert town of Prosperity, there is little to get excited about - not even the sparkling new shopping mall can bring energy to this lifeless place. But when a toxic spill oozes its way to a spider farm (local industry!), the spiders mutate into gigantic monsters and this sleepy town is in for a rude awakening. After eating up the dog, cat, and ostrich population, hundreds of hungry eight-legged beasts are ready to feast on the residents. It is now up to a love-struck miner (David Arquette), the best-looking sheriff since Suzanne Somers (Kari Wuhrer), her kids (Scarlett Johansson and Scott Terra), and an annoying ham-radio operator (Doug E. Doug) to save this who-really-cares little town.

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