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Amazon Cancels Three Original Series | TV News

  Despite coming off success at the Golden Globes, where The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel won multiple awards, Amazon has cancelled three of their most successful original comedy series: I Love Dick, which starred Kevin Bacon, Tig Notaro‘s One Mississippi, and the high concept series Jean Claude Van Johnson, starring Jean Claude Van Damme.   It’s a major surprise considering the[…]

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Scoot McNairy Joins ‘True Detective’ Season 3 Cast | TV News

  After the disappointment of season two of True Detective, it seems creator Nic Pizzolatto and HBO are pulling out all the stops to make season three a bounce back season closer to the tremendous success of the first season.   They’re going about that in various ways, such as giving Pizzolatto more time to write the episodes and having[…]

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J.J. Abrams Planning Return To TV With New Sci-Fi Series | TV News

  While J.J. Abrams has spent the best part of the last decade being the go-to guy for studios wanting to reboot old, beloved franchises such as Star Wars and Star Trek, he got his start in television, creating shows such as Alias, Felicity, Lost and Fringe. And according to a THR report, Abrams is planning to return to TV[…]

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‘The Walking Dead’ Renewed For Ninth Season With New Showrunner | TV News

  American network AMC announced yesterday that it has renewed The Walking Dead for a ninth season, which is completely unsurprising considering the (waning) popularity of the show. However, this announcement comes with an added tidbit, as the new season will have a brand new showrunner at the helm.   Scott Gimple, who was serving as showrunner, will be moving[…]

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Series Based On Gareth Edwards’ ‘Monsters’ Being Developed By Channel 4 | TV News

  Channel 4 is reportedly working on developing a series based on director Gareth Edwards‘ 2010 film, Monsters, continuing the current trend of adapting films with built-in audiences for television. However, this is a little different, as Monsters is a relatively small film that was made when Edwards, and his cast, were practically unknowns in Hollywood.   But the film[…]

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