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Seth Rogen & David F. Sandberg To Adapt Sci-Fi Comic ‘Fear Agent’ For Amazon | TV News

  Outside of his movie stardom, Seth Rogen has developed a fascinating side career developing projects on the smaller screen. He and longtime collaborator Evan Goldberg‘s Preacher series just concluded, and the duo are also working on Future Man on Hulu and The Boys on Amazon. But Rogen isn’t done there; he’s got another comic book adaptation in the works.[…]

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‘1917’ Screenwriter Krysty Wilson-Cairns Returning To TV With Thriller Series | TV News

  Krysty Wilson-Cairns just received a Best Original Screenplay Oscar nomination for 1917, and her star is officially on the rise. Thus it’s no surprise that she’s re-teaming with Neal Street Productions – the team behind 1917 – for a new TV series she’s had in the works.   Per THR, the show is being described as a “darkly comic[…]

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Amazon Passes On ‘The Dark Tower’ Series | TV News

  The film adaptation of Stephen King‘s The Dark Tower hit cinemas in 2017 with fevered anticipation. But it flopped at the box office, and received mostly negative reviews. That halted the plans for any potential franchise, and it has also made Amazon decide against a potential TV adaptation.   Amazon opted to go with the pilot-first route for The[…]

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Sandi Toksvig Quits ‘The Great British Bake Off’ After Three Years | TV News

  The popular Great British Bake Off host Santi Toksvig has announced that she will be leaving the show after three years.   The presenter has co-hosted the show with Noel Fielding since 2017, but now she says it’s time for her to focus on other things, namely her “other work“.   Toksvig joked in a tweet: “As my waistline will[…]

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‘Jack Ryan’ Showrunner Exits After Three Months | TV News

  Amazon’s Jack Ryan is searching for a new showrunner after the departure of Prison Break creator Paul Scheuring. The series has had a problem keeping the gig occupied, as Scheuring had taken over from series co-creator Carlton Cuse, who handled the duties during Seasons 1 and 2.   Cuse’s replacement David Scarpa briefly took over, before Scheuring was hired.[…]

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