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ITV Commissions Suspenseful New Drama From ‘Luther’ Creator Neil Cross | TV News

  ITV has commissioned a “chilling and suspenseful” new series from Luther creator Neil Cross, based on his novel Burial.   Because the Night is a four-part story revolving around a murder, and according to ITV, “perhaps some ghosts”. The story is centred around “well-meaning but directionless” Nathan, who has a terrible secret he’s tried to keep hidden and worked[…]

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Amazon To Adapt ‘Paper Girls’ Into A Series | TV News

  Brian K. Vaughn and Cliff Chiang’s Paper Girls is the latest comic book getting a big adaptation. Amazon have snapped up the rights for a TV adaptation of the series, which follows four teenage girls who work delivering papers in the 1980s. Things get weird when they’re mysteriously transported to the future and stuck in between warring factions of[…]

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A New ‘Flintstones’ Animated Series In The Works From Elizabeth Banks’ Production Company | TV News

  Everything old is new again, and remakes/reboots are all the rage. Thus it’s little surprise to hear that The Flintstones are returning to TV. Variety reports that a new Flintstones animated series has been greenlit, with Elizabeth Banks‘ Brownstone Productions joining forces with Warner Bros. Animation on the project.   The new adaptation is described as “a primetime animated[…]

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Emmerdale Actor James Moore Calls For More Disability Representation On Screen | TV News

  NTA winning actor James Moore and his agent Charlotte Armitage are calling for all TV and film productions to have a disability champion on their team.   At a panel event hosted by BBC Radio Leeds and the Yorkshire Academy of Film and Television Acting on Disability in the Media, it was acknowledged that despite efforts to fairly represent[…]

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10-Episode Comedy Series From Amy Poehler & ‘Girls Trip’ Writer Tracy Oliver Heads To Amazon | TV News

  Amy Poehler‘s production company Paper Kite and Girls Trip writer Tracy Oliver are teaming up. The project is a new half-hour comedy series that has already been picked up by Amazon for 10 episodes.   With it’s current working title of The Untitled Tracy Oliver Project (though at one point it was known as Harlem), the series will be[…]

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