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Michael C. Hall To Star In Eight-Part Netflix Drama ‘Safe’ | TV News

  Michael C. Hall will star in Safe, an eight-part dramatic thriller for Netflix from Harlan Coben. The show will be written by Danny Brocklehurst (Shameless) and will co-star Amanda Abbington (Sherlock).   Production has already begun for a proposed 2018 premiere date, and the synopsis is as follows:   “Hall plays Tom, a paediatric surgeon who is raising his[…]

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Netflix To Develop Live-Action ‘Umbrella Academy’ Series | TV News

  Netflix has announced that it will be developing a 10-episode series of Gerard Way and Gabriel Bá‘s comic, The Umbrella Academy. Despite the comic looking at first glance prime source material for an anime adaptation, Netflix plans to make the show live-action, with a planned premiere date occurring sometime in 2018.   The comic follows the exploits of “a[…]

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Netflix Tease ‘Stranger Things’ Season 2, Announce Release Date | TV News

  Season 1 of Stranger Things was a hit among Netflix viewers when released last summer, so fans will be delighted to hear that Season 2 will arrive this October in time for Halloween. Netflix, and the Stranger Things team, yesterday tweeted a poster and teaser trailer for the upcoming season that will see the residents of Hawkins again having[…]

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New Seasons Of ‘BoJack Horseman’ & ‘Curb Your Enthusiasm’ Get Release Dates | TV News

  Two very different but very funny shows, BoJack Horseman and Curb Your Enthusiasm, have set release dates for their fourth and ninth seasons, respectively.   Netflix’s BoJack Horseman, which has developed from simply a funny animated show into the title characters’ darkly humorous battle with existential ennui, has set a release date of Friday, September 8. The official Twitter[…]

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Steve Whitmire Takes A Leap, Quits Voicing Kermit The Frog | TV News

  Steve Whitmire has hopped off the Muppet train forcing Kermit the Frog to get handsy with someone else. The news comes as quite a shock due to both the continued popularity of The Muppets franchise, and Kermit the Frog in particular. Whitmire exits after voicing Kermit for 27 years, handpicked by creator Jim Henson to replace himself as both[…]

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