(January 26, 2010 – Burbank, CA) – The world’s greatest self-proclaimed ghost hunters are back on the case, now in an original digital series for both TheWB.com and CWTV.com. A shortform brand extension of the hit CW/Warner Bros. Television series “Supernatural,” “Ghostfacers” will focus on a team of fearless and sometimes comical “professional” ghost hunters who investigate the paranormal and record their own adventures in documentary-style episodes. The team originally made their debut during the first season of “Supernatural” in the episode ‘Hell House,’ and later appeared in a self-titled episode during season three. In this first installment of the new series, the “Ghostfacers” investigate the haunting of a local theatre by the ghost of a young starlet – played by Kelly Carlson (“Nip/Tuck”) – who, according to legend, was murdered in front of her dressing room mirror. The series is currently in production in Los Angeles with an initial run of 10 three-minute episodes. Fans will have access to ancillary content on TheWB.com and CWTV.com, including gag reels and actor confessionals, behind-the-scenes video clips, photo galleries and more. Fans hungry for more “Ghostfacers” mythology can find additional images, character bios and video on the “Ghostfacers” website (www.Ghostfacers.com). In addition to Carlson guest starring, “Ghostfacers” stars AJ Buckley (“CSI: NY,” “Skateland”) as Ed Zeddmore, the team’s enthusiastic leader. Travis Wester (“Bones,” “Euro Trip,” “Cold Case,” “CSI: Crime Scene Investigation”) stars as Harry Spengler, the co-founder of the team and tactical specialist. Brittany Ishibashi (“Supernatural,” “Notes From the Underbelly”) is Maggie Zeddmore, Ed’s adopted sister and the team’s tech-genius. Austin Basis (“Life Unexpected,” “Curb Your Enthusiasm,” “Navy: NCIS”) stars as Kenny Spruce, the videographer and occasional shaman. From Wonderland Sound and Vision (“Supernatural,” “Chuck,” “Sorority Forever”) in association with Studio 2.0, “Ghostfacers” is executive produced by McG, Peter Johnson, Jeff Grosvenor, Eric Kripke and Phil Sgriccia. The series is written by A.J. Buckley, Patrick J. Doody, Chris Valenziano and Travis Wester. “Ghostfacers” characters were created for “Supernatural” by Trey Callaway and first appeared in the first season episode ‘Hell House.’ The Ghostfacers concept was later expanded upon by “Supernatural” executive producer and writer Ben Edlund in the third season episode, “Ghostfacers.” About TheWB.com TheWB.com (www.thewb.com) is a premium, ad-supported, video-on-demand, interactive and personalized network featuring original series created or acquired specifically for TheWB.com, a collection of The WB Network’s most popular series and other successful programming, a commitment to interactivity, and an extensive network of distribution partners. Follow TheWB.com on Twitter @thewbdotcom. About Wonderland Sound and Vision Founded by director McG, Wonderland Sound and Vision has grown from a production company into a multifaceted media entity that expands their content across multiple platforms. Beginning with CHARLIE’S ANGELS: FULL THROTTLE, McG’s follow-up to the hugely successful CHARLIE’S ANGELS, Wonderland projects have consistently connected with and thrilled audiences worldwide. Other Wonderland films include the sports drama WE ARE MARSHALL and the sci-fi thriller TERMINATOR SALVATION, which made over $370 million worldwide. Several film projects that are in various stages of development include SPRING AWAKENING, FANTASYLAND, DEAD SPY RUNNING, MAINTENANCE, and I AM A GENIUS OF UNSPEAKABLE EVIL. Current and past Wonderland television projects include Human Target, Chuck, Supernatural, The O.C., and Pussycat Dolls Present: the Search for the Next Doll. Wonderland also has the following high profile pilots – an untitled NBC comedy with Larry Charles, Danny Comden’s The Intruders and the supernatural Clive Barker’s Hotel. Wonderland has expanded into new media, producing Sorority Forever and Exposed for TheWB.com. Wonderland is also involved in publishing and music. For example, in addition to 5 seasons of episodic television, Supernatural has a dedicated magazine, multiple novels, and 18 comic books in circulation and Wonderland released the soundtrack Music from The O.C., which went on to sell over one million copies.
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