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Can you ever return to Pooh Corner? 💗 🍯

We wrote a few weeks ago about the glut of sequels, prequels, spinoffs, and reboots at the movies and on TV these days, but this weekend’s film line-up reminded us of another category: the live-action adaptation of an animation classic.

Serial NewsNew Episodes: Dead Air and Bookburners

A true crime investigation and an old enemy | New episodes out this week!

Dead Air begins with a true crime mystery on a college radio show. Bookburners continues with the team preparing for an onslaught of magic. Plus, a new micro story is published for Microfiction Monday!

Just For Fun

Is there life on Mars? 🦑

This week, we’re thinking about science and science fiction, and how the two can feed into each other in excellent ways.

Serial NewsNew Episodes of A Most Dangerous Woman and Bookburners

A thrilling conclusion and a race against time | New episodes out this week!

Bookburners continues with a search for a magical artifact. And A Most Dangerous Woman comes to a stunning end in the season finale. Plus, a new micro story is published on our third Microfiction Monday!

Just For Fun

Did you see that Iron Man dog? 😍

Hi readers, Every year, San Diego Comic Con brings a tidal wave of movie and TV announcements, and don’t worry, we’re not going to inundate you further. You can see any trailers you missed here, but we want to look at something different: not the movies and comics being announced and teased, but the full-fledged storytelling happening at Comic Con itself. As Andrew Liptak at The Verge wrote, “By now, San Diego Comic-Con is far more than a series of reveals for high-profile film and television projects and a giant, geek flea market. Over the years, it’s increasingly become home to immersive pop-up activations that bring to life a tiny sliver of a world for fans.” You can read a round-up of all these immersive off-sites here. Sure, these pop-ups are advertisements—isn’t all of Comic Con, when you think about it?—but they’re also very cool ways of approaching storytelling. Liptak wrote about an “activation” promoting The History Channel’s new scripted...Read More >

Serial NewsNew Episodes of A Most Dangerous Woman and Bookburners

A deadly confrontation and a new murder | New episodes out this week!

Bookburners continues with a murder that brings Sal back to New York. And in A Most Dangerous Woman, a friendly visit leads to a deadly confrontation—and a break in the case. Plus, a new micro story is published on our second Microfiction Monday!

Just For Fun

Life finds a way ♻️🦖!

Whether it’s nostalgia, comfort, or just the insatiable desire for more of a beloved story, there’s something great about a sequel. In the broader media world, especially on TV, it can sometimes feel like we’re in a not-so-golden age of reboots, from Roseanne to Jurassic World to Queer Eye.

Serial NewsNew Episodes of A Most Dangerous Woman and Bookburners

Searching for purpose and chasing a killer | New episodes out this week!

Bookburners continues with the team searching for a new purpose after their previous mission is rendered impossible. And in A Most Dangerous Woman, new information about Margaret’s faked death gives a glimpse of her real killer.

Just For Fun

Are you listening? 🎧

Everyone talks about what makes a great summer read, but maybe it’s really about not having to read at all—at least with your eyes. Whether we’re road-tripping, hiking, or chilling out—or, let’s be honest, doing some late spring cleaning—we are, obviously, big fans of listening to great stories.

Get your push NotiFICTIONs on!

Push notifications. Not a term that typically strikes enthusiasm or inspiration in the heart of the average mobile user. But we here at Serial Box are all about expanding the horizons of what’s possible in the world of storytelling, no matter the medium or screen size.

Just For Fun

What do the Babadook, Waluigi, and Zelda all have in common? 🌈 🧐 🌈

As Pride Month draws to a close, we also want it to go out with a bang—of rainbow glitter confetti.

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Get ready for the 4th of July with 1776: The World Turned Upside Down

Who were the farmers and accountants, high-school dropouts and part-time soldiers, successful merchants and failed corset makers, who fought against the British empire for American Independence?

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