Heathers

‘Heathers’ TV Series Delayed Out of Respect to Parkland Victims
The Paramount Network (formerly known as Spike TV) has officially announced its decision to delay the premiere of its Heathers reboot — based on the 1988 cult classic — in the wake of the recent horrific school shooting in Parkland, Florida. In a formal statement, the network explained that the premiere will be pushed back from March 7 to later this fall “out of respect for the victims, their families and loved ones.”
’80s Classic ‘Heathers’ Heads to TV With First Preview
According to Wikipedia (which is never wrong), the idea of a Heathers TV show, based on the 1988 high-school hit, was first announced way back in the summer of 2009. ScreenCrush’s first article about Heathers on TV came in 2012, when Bravo announced they were working on their own television spinoff of the film. That show would have featured the adult version of Winona Ryder’s character, whose teenage daughter squares off with a new group of mean girls. In 2016, TV Land got into the Heathers business with their own version; eventually that one mutated into what you’re about to watch, which is the first preview for the now-actually-happening Heathers series, which will debut in 2018 on the Paramount Network (formerly Spike TV). Take a look (be advised there’s some brief NSFW language):
The Face of Evil
Every high school has its mean girls. You know the type -- beautiful, popular and cruel in equal measure, and always quick to go for the jugular of the nice, not-so-popular kids. The remake of 'Carrie' -- featuring a protagonist tortured by popular high school girls -- hits theaters today, so we're taking a look back at some of the meanest high school girls in movie history...
Bravo Risks Popularity With a ‘Heathers’ TV Series
Well, let it never be said that studio executives will eventually run out of past franchises to milk for the modern day.  Almost 25 years after the film's release, it seems that 1988's dark Winona Rider / Christian Slater comedy 'Heathers' will make a return to modern audiences, this time in the form of an original scripted series.  But will the new outing be a re-telling of the film's explosive p