NBC Universal just axed Chiller, a horror channel dedicated to an entire genre. Chances aren't good for a niche world within a genre that doesn't even have its own channel yet (though I'd pay well for channel strictly dedicated to fantasy) to be anything other than wishful dreams. This doesn't mean I wouldn't want to see a FR or other fantasy TV show other than GoT.
"We're not out of here in 10 minutes, we won't need no rockets to fly through space." -Parker, Alien.
quote:Wooly Rupert I'm not sure that a Kickstarter could draw in that much money... Though, admittedly, most of what I've paid attention to on Kickstarter has been game-related or occasionally tech-related.
As compared to Axanar which generated millions on kickstarter. Obviously because many Star Trek fans wanted it enough and donated enough to make it happen. Until it was killed by CBS/Paramont - the legal "owners" of the Star Trek franchise.
Given their past kneejerky sledgehammering behaviours, why should we expect Wizbro would act any differently when confronted by a multi-million-dollar fan production based on "their" IP?