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James McAvoy, Ruth Wilson & Clarke Peters Join ‘His Dark Materials’ Cast | TV News

  James McAvoy (X-Men), Ruth Wilson (The Affair) and Clarke Peters (The Wire) have each been cast in the eight part series, His Dark Materials. The show will be based on author Philip Pullman‘s trilogy of the same name, which was previously adapted for the big screen under the name The Golden Compass in 2007.   That film was intended[…]

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Anthony Bourdain’s Death Shocks Showbiz | TV News

  It has unfortunately been a sad week – two important figures of the worldwide celebrity scene have passed away, both committing suicide and both leaving show business in a state of shock. The first one was the fashion designer Kate Spade, found dead three days ago in her apartment in central New York.   Today, another star had been[…]

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Netflix Renews ’13 Reasons Why’ For Season 3 | TV News

  Despite the lukewarm reception to 13 Reasons Why‘s recently-released second season, Netflix has officially announced that the controversial show will be returning for another season on the platform.   Produced by Paramount Television and Anonymous Content, the third season will have 13 episodes set to premiere in 2019, with the series’ creator Brian Yorkey still serving as showrunner, and[…]

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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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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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