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Syfy Added Three Members To ‘The Purge’ Series Cast | TV News

  The cast of the TV adaption of the horror franchise The Purge grows. Three new members were announced for the show that will come out under the umbrella of Syfy and USA Network. Lili Simmons, Hannah Anderson, and Lee Tergesen join the already booked cast consisting of Amanda Warren, Colin Woodell, Gabriel Chavarria, and Jessica Garza.   Film creator[…]

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Studio Pierrot Releases Second Episode Of Famous Anime ‘Tokyo Ghoul:RE’ | TV News

  Pierrot Co., Ltd. is a very famous Japanese animation studio founded in 1979 in Tokyo and produce many popular anime series, such as Bleach, Naruto, Beelzebub, Yu Yu Hakusho and others.   After they released two seasons and different extra episodes of the famous anime tv series based on a manga called Tokyo Ghoul written by Sui Ishida, they[…]

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Penn Badgley Turns Into A Creppy Stalker In ‘You’ | TV Trailer

  What would ‘Gossip Girl’ have said if she could see Dan Humphrey, I mean Penn Badgley, in his new role in Lifetime’s You? It seems like the former Lonely Boy now has a serious problem with stalking his special someone. The trailer starts so romantically but that goes downhill pretty quickly you could say.   His role marks his[…]

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HBO Creating Docuseries Based On ‘I’ll Be Gone In The Dark’ | TV News

  In-depth true crime documentaries have become hugely popular in the era of Peak TV, with shows like Making A Murderer and O.J.: Made In America becoming cultural phenomenons. Naturally, this success has led to networks and studios greenlighting even more, and we’ve got another one in the works from HBO.   The network has acquired the rights to the[…]

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Apple Lands Isaac Asimov Adaptation ‘Foundation’ From David S. Goyer | TV News

  Apple has landed the rights to a TV series adaptation of Isaac Asimov‘s seminal sci-fi trilogy, Foundation. They have given the show a straight-to-series order and brought in David S. Goyer, co-writer of The Dark Knight trilogy, to serve as showrunner alongside Josh Friedman (Avatar 2, The Sarah Connor Chronicles).   The book trilogy, which was originally published as[…]

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