Every week three celebrities should guess which famous person lived in the house, using the clues given by presenter and the film crew, located in the house.
Type: Game Show
Runtime: 30 minutes
Through The Keyhole - The Dark Tower: The Wind Through the Keyhole - Netflix
The Dark Tower: The Wind Through the Keyhole (also known as Dark Tower 4.5) is a fantasy novel by American writer Stephen King, first published on February 21, 2012 by Grant as a limited edition, and later published by Scribner as a trade hardcover (ISBN 978-1451658903) on April 24, 2012, with ebook and audiobook editions. The audiobook is read by the author. As part of The Dark Tower series, it is the eighth novel, but chronologically set between volumes four and five. First mentioned by King in 2009, after the series had been proclaimed as concluded in 2004 with the publication of the seventh novel, it was announced on the author's official site on March 10, 2011. A short excerpt was released online on December 19, 2011, the day the limited edition of the novel became available for pre-order.
Through The Keyhole - Background information - Netflix
In an interview in March 2009, King stated, describing an idea for a new short story he recently had: “And then I thought, 'Well, why don't I find three more like this and do a book that would be almost like modern fairy tales?' Then this thing started to add on bits and pieces so I guess it will be a novel.” According to King, the idea is a new Dark Tower novel. King said, regarding the series, “It's not really done yet. Those seven books are really sections of one long über-novel.” While promoting his novel Under the Dome, King confirmed this during his TimesTalk event at The TimesCenter in New York City on November 10, 2009, and the next day King's official site posted the information that King will begin working on this novel in about eight months, with a tentative title being The Wind Through the Keyhole. On December 1, 2009, Stephen King posted a poll on his official website, asking visitors to vote for which book he should write next:
The voting ended on December 31, 2009. The following month it was revealed that Doctor Sleep received 5,861 votes, while The Wind Through the Keyhole received 5,812.
I mentioned two potential projects while I was on the road, one a new Mid-World book (not directly about Roland Deschain, but yes, he and his friend Cuthbert are in it, hunting a skin-man, which are what werewolves are called in that lost kingdom) and a sequel to The Shining called Doctor Sleep. Are you interested in reading either of these? If so, which one turns your dials more? [We] will be counting your votes (and of course it all means nothing if the muse doesn't speak).
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