The first trailer for the long-awaited CBS All Access Limited Event Series The Stand just arrived, giving us a 30-second look at what to expect later this year.
25 years after it aired, Stephen King’s The Stand: The Original Mini-Series arrives in a new collector’s edition Blu-ray.
Watch this short television interview with author Andy Burns about ‘This Dark Chest of Wonders’ from CHCH’s ‘Morning Live.’
Constant Readers in the United States and Canada can now download electronic versions of “This Dark Chest of Wonders: 40 Years of Stephen King’s ‘The Stand'”.
Despite the audio issues that gave Robin Renée and Mary McGinley a bit of an echo effect, this episode of The Leftscape is well worth an attentive listen.
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