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Jude Law To Star In HBO And Sky Drama ‘The Third Day’ | TV News

  HBO and Sky just finished collaborating on the limited series, Chernobyl. To say it was a success would be an understatement: the series garnered critical acclaim and has quickly been touted as one of the greatest TV shows of all time. While some of that praise – such as currently being the highest rated TV show ever on IMDb[…]

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Josh Hartnett To Star In ‘Paradise Lost’ Series | TV News

  Josh Hartnett has signed on to lead an upcoming series titled Paradise Lost from Spectrum Originals and Paramount Network. The series is described as a southern gothic mystery revolving around a psychiatrist who moves with her family from California to her husband’s hometown of Mississippi. There, she uncovers shameful secrets that irrevocably change the lives of everyone involved.  […]

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Denis Villeneuve To Direct ‘Dune: The Sisterhood’ Series For WarnerMedia | TV News

  Denis Villeneuve is going all in on the ‘Dune’ franchise as Legendary Television has confirmed the Blade Runner 2049 director will be the executive producer of a new television series titled Dune: The Sisterhood.   The show will air exclusively on WarnerMedia’s new streaming service. The show follows in the footsteps of Villeneuve’s Dune film adaptation, which is currently[…]

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NBC Developing Robert Langdon Series Based On Dan Brown’s ‘The Lost Symbol’ | TV News

  We’ve already had three Robert Langdon adventures on the big screen, but his next one will be taking place on the small screen. Per Deadline, NBC is developing Langdon, a new drama based on Dan Brown‘s novel, The Lost Symbol.   That was slated to be the third film in the franchise, before Sony Pictures went ahead with Inferno[…]

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Ansel Elgort To Star In ‘Tokyo Vice’ Series For WarnerMedia | TV News

  Ansel Elgort (The Fault In Our Stars, Baby Driver) is making his first jump to TV. He’s signed on to star in WarnerMedia’s drama, Tokyo Vice. The show has received a straight-to-series 10 episode order, and will air on WarnerMedia’s upcoming, as-yet-untitled streaming platform.   The series is based on Jake Adelstein‘s memoir, Tokyo Vice: An American Reporter On[…]

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