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TV-Cap: SNOWPIERCER Coming to TV, FULLER HOUSE Set Photos, and More

Peter Pan, Supergirl, D.J. Tanner—that’s just a sampling of what’s in store for today’s TV-Cap. Keep reading to learn about a possibly changed Pan coming back to Once Upon a Time, see a promo for next week’s Supergirl, view photos of the new Tanner dwelling for Fuller House, see what Adam Savage did for the last day of filming on MythBusters, and more.

Keeping Busy. Can you save the world and get to the office with your boss’s coffee (that she’ll just throw away) on time? Kara Danvers can. A promo for the next episode of Supergirl, “How Does She Do It?,” shows Kara is running at full speed in both of her lives. [Comic Book Resources]

Effectively Scary. The CW hyped the arrival of Zoom on the most recent episode of The Flash, and from what I hear, it didn’t disappoint. Zoom and Barry went face to face, and it’s been awhile since I’ve seen that many exclamation points on Twitter. Read Joseph’s review of “Enter Zoom.”

Stay Warm. If you didn’t see the 2013 film Snowpiercer, remedy that. The bleak and hard-hitting movie was adapted from the graphic novel Le Transperceneige by Jacques Lob and Jean-Marc Rochette. That same graphic novel will be used as the base for a television adaptation from screenwriter Josh Friedman. Tomorrow Studios has picked up the rights, and though I can’t imagine how the story about a train carrying all of humanity will work on a serialized basis, there’s opportunity. Plus Bong Joon-ho, director of the film, is on board as an executive producer for the series. No network has picked up the series yet, but stay tuned. [Nerdist]

Red All Over. People have feelings about Starbucks holiday-themed cups. They’re red, but they don’t have any decorations. Some think it means Starbucks is declaring a war on Christmas. Trevor Noah broke down the controversy on The Daily Show, and man, it’s eye-opening. [TVLine]

Big Adventure, Big Screen. Episodes of Doctor Who seem to find their way to movie theaters to make a big splash, and that will happen once again for this year’s Christmas special. It doesn’t have a title yet, but it will be airing in select cinemas on December 28 and 29. You can get tickets at Fathom Events. [Nerdist]

Pan Returns. Robbie Kay will reprise his role as Pan for Once Upon a Time’s 100th episode (yes, even though he’s dead), and he told IGN that the audience will see a different Pan. Kay said, “Maybe there is a little bit of a change in Pan’s demeanor when you see him next time. There might be more of a vulnerability and more of a sense the world has affected him as a result of what happened in Season 3, so we’ll see.” Interesting. Read more from Kay on his fairy tale role at IGN.

Tweeting Goodbye. November 11 marked the last day of filming for MythBustersI know, insert sad noises here. Adam Savage included fans in the last day though by live-tweeting from beginning to end. You can view all the antics over at Twitter. [Vulture]

Love and Loss. No one on The CW’s The Originals has an easy time of it. No. One. But Davina has had some especially rotten luck when it comes to those she loves. There was Tim and then Kaleb/Kol… but maybe things will look up. Maybe. Read Sydney’s talk with series exec Michael Narducci on the topic right this way.

New Digs. The Tanner family is moving into the Warner Bros. lot. Netflix’s Fuller House stars need a place to live, and the new Tanner home is finished. Candace Cameron Bure and Jodie Sweetin posted photos of the ribbon cutting and also a Dubsmash video featuring a little Friends reenactment on the set of Central Perk. [TVLine, Images: Jodie Sweetin, Candace Cameron Bure]

Brains and Laughs. The iZombie cast is just one of those groups that seems like they’d be awesome, and spoiler alert: they are. A few of them showed some journalists around set during a recent visit, and hilarity ensued. I was part of that group and took photos of the morgue, Ravi’s office, Shady Plots, and more. See the entire gallery here at Nerdist.

Will you be tuning into Fuller House? What are your thoughts about Snowpiercer on TV? Sound off in the comments.

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