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Barry Jenkins To Direct ‘The Underground Railroad’ For Amazon | Film News

  The Oscar winner director Barry Jenkins is set to helm The Underground Railroad, an eleven episodes TV series for Amazon.   The project, that just got greenlighted by Amazon, is based on the novel of the same name by Colson Whitehead and recounts the story of Cora and Caesar, two slaves who work in a plantation in Georgia and[…]

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Amy Adams Encounters Danger In ‘Sharp Objects’ Trailer | TV Trailer

  HBO has released the trailer for its upcoming limited series, Sharp Objects. The story revolves around Amy Adams‘ reporter, fresh out of a stay at a psych hospital, who must return to her hometown to cover the murder of two preteen girls.   The trailer below is smartly shrouded in mystery, with HBO relying on the incredible creative team[…]

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Netflix Announces Eight-Part Series Based On Dolly Parton’s Songs | TV News

  Emmy-winning singer-songwriter Dolly Parton is set to produce and star in Netflix‘s upcoming eight-part series with storylines inspired by her best-loved songs. Co-produced by Dixie Pixie Productions and Warner Bros, the first part of the show will premiere on the streaming service in early 2019, focusing on only one of Parton’s classic songs.   “As a songwriter, I have[…]

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Amazon’s ‘Lord Of The Rings’ Series Confirmed For Five Seasons | TV News

  After sealing a quarter-billion dollar deal to buy the production rights, Amazon just confirmed its upcoming Lord of the Rings TV series will have 5 seasons, with an estimated budget of $1 billion, promising a surreal voyage through the Middle Earth created by J.R.R. Tolkien.   As previously announced, the first season will cover the back story of future[…]

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Syfy Orders Pilot Based On Comic ‘Resident Alien’ | TV News

  Syfy has ordered a pilot for Resident Alien, a science fiction drama based on the Dark Horse comic book series of the same name written by Peter Hogan with art by Steve Parkhouse. The move comes after the network cancelled a similar sci-fi show, The Expanse, but the move to adapt the comic is part of a deal between[…]

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