The Big Bang Television Network is celebrating its 10th anniversary this year with a slate of all-new original series.
It also has a new comedy show that debuted this past fall, and this year it is announcing the release of two more original series, including a new, all-female spinoff of the hit science-fiction comedy series “Gravity Falls.”
While many fans are eagerly awaiting the next season of “The Big Bad Wolf” on Hulu, the series that launched its tenth season in April was already well into production when the new seasons of “Grave Danger” and “The Secret” were announced, so the announcement of “New Directions” may be a little premature.
But what else could the new series have in store for the network, which has been struggling to keep up with the growth of its own subscriber base?
We already knew that “Grail Danger” was being developed as a new spinoff from “Gravestar,” but it has been speculated that this could be the first “GRAVESTAR” spinoff to follow a familiar name like “The Good Wife” or “The Blacklist.”
We’ve heard rumors that “New Direction” could also be the name of a new series from The CW, but the network’s official description of the show has not yet been released.
But there are already rumors floating around the Internet, including that “The CW’s” DC Comics character “Dinah Drake” will be one of the lead characters in “New directions,” while the first episode of “Nights” could be a spinoff for another DC Comics series, “Legends of Tomorrow.”
“New Directions,” like “Grafdigium,” is a reboot of a classic sci-fi series that has been adapted into a variety of shows, including “The Expanse,” “The Flash,” “Arrow,” “Supergirl,” “Legion,” “Black Lightning,” “Power,” and “Supernatural.”
It is also the first DC Comics show to premiere in the fall.