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Priyanka Chopra Jonas & Richard Madden To Star In Russo Brothers’ Spy Series ‘Citadel’ | TV News

  Considering that Joe and Anthony Russo were at the helm of the biggest movie of all time in Avengers: Endgame, the brothers’ next move is always going to be worth tracking. While they’re developing a film adaptation of recently acclaimed prison novel Cherry, they also have a series in the works at Amazon. It’s called Citadel, and it has[…]

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‘Chucky’ Series Coming To SYFY From Original Creator Don Mancini | TV News

  Another Chucky reboot of sorts is coming. Only a year after last year’s Child’s Play remake hit cinemas, a Chucky TV series is coming to SYFY. However, unlike that film, this one will have the involvement of original Child’s Play creator Don Mancini. He will write and direct the pilot, and also serve as showrunner.   The first Child’s[…]

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‘Parasite’ Limited Series Coming To HBO From Bong Joon-ho & Adam McKay | TV News

  Bong Joon-ho‘s Parasite has quickly become one of the most acclaimed films of the 21st century.   It’s a twisty, thrilling film, but also an apt commentary on class, and tells its story and gets its point across pretty perfectly in two hours. Which makes it a huge surprise to learn that a Parasite limited series is in the[…]

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‘Thirtysomething’ Reboot In The Works At ABC | TV News

  Yet another TV reboot is coming. Popular late 80s adult drama Thirtysomething is returning to ABC. The original series came from creators Edward Zwick and Marshall Herskovitz, ran from 1987 to 1991 and scooped up 13 Emmys and two Golden Globes during its run.   The American network is reportedly ordering a pilot of the new show. However, they’re[…]

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‘Last Of The Mohicans’ Series Coming To HBO Max | TV News

  James Fenimore Cooper‘s novel The Last Of The Mohicans was written all the way back in 1826, and has seen its fair share of adaptations since.   The most famous are arguably Clarence Brown and Maurice Tourneur‘s 1920 version, and Michael Mann‘s 1992 film which starred Daniel Day-Lewis. Now, close to 200 years after its original publication, the novel[…]

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