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Alexis Bledel To Be Series Regular In Season 2 Of ‘Handmaid’s Tale’ | TV News

  Hulu has announced that Alexis Bledel will make more appearances in Season 2 of The Handmaid’s Tale, as she has been upped to series regular. Bledel held only a guest starring role in the first season of the show, appearing alongside fellow Mad Men star Elisabeth Moss (who is also an executive producer) in the lead.   Prior to appearing[…]

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‘Judge Dredd’ TV Series Set To Be ‘Dark Fantasy’ | TV News

  The Judge Dredd: Mega-City One TV series that was announced about a month ago has a long way to go before actually taking shape and premiering probably around 2019, but that doesn’t stop Executive Producer Jason Kingsley from teasing some exciting aspects of the upcoming series.   He noted that Alex Garland‘s 2012 Dredd – already a cult hit[…]

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HBO Release New Trailer For Season 7 Of ‘Game of Thrones’ | TV Trailer

  HBO has released a second trailer for the penultimate season of Game of Thrones and it looks to be as bloody as ever. The Kingdoms are engulfed in war, alliances are being made, and the White Walkers are approaching.   With just under a month to go until the seventh season hits our screens, the new trailer does well[…]

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‘The Leftovers’ Showrunner Is In Talks With HBO For A ‘Watchmen’ Series | TV News

  Damon Lindelof has co-created two of this century’s most acclaimed and captivating TV shows, Lost and The Leftovers, so naturally he’s in high demand. His next potential project is due to be a huge one, as he’s in talks with HBO to develop a Watchmen TV series based on Alan Moore‘s iconic graphic novel.   HBO reportedly attempted to[…]

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‘Sherlock’ Duo Mark Gatiss And Steven Moffat To Write ‘Dracula’ TV Series | TV News

  The many fans of BBC television series Sherlock will be delighted to hear that the show’s co-creators and writers are working towards dramatising another British classic for the small screen.   Steven Moffat and Mark Gatiss (the latter of whom also starred in the series) are reuniting to write a series of 90-minute films based on Bram Stoker’s Dracula.[…]

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