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  1. Tim Burton (yeah, I know) is bringing The Addams Family back, to the small screen. He wants to at least executive produce and possibly direct all episodes. Alfred Gough and Miles Millar will write and be showrunners. Live action and set in the current day. Netflix apparently frontrunners to get the show, but there are other bidders.
  2. David Gordon Green is bringing Smokey & The Bandit to the small screen. He revived Halloween and produced Eastbound and Down and The Righteous Gemstones.
  3. https://deadline.com/2020/09/peacemaker-james-gunn-john-cena-dc-hbo-max-tv-1234582582/ Peacemaker, as played by John Cena in The Suicide Squad, is coming to HBO Max. The whole 8-episode first season will be written by James Gunn and several episodes directed by him.
  4. The follow-up to The Haunting of Hill House The Haunting of Bly Manor is set in 80s England. Some actors returning in different roles. Coming on 9 October.
  5. Fox are doing an animated comedy spin-off for The X-Files. From Rocky Russo and Jeremy Sosenko, who are writers on Paradise PD and Brickleberry. I've not seen either of those. It's about an X-Files office who investigate cases which are basically beneath Mulder and Scully. And to think of the depths they've plumbed...
  6. https://deadline.com/2020/08/sphere-drama-series-book-michael-crichton-hbo-denise-the-1203024878/ HBO are to make a series of Michael Crichton’s Sphere, previously made as a movie in 1998. It's being produced by the producers of Westworld along with Team Downey. I've only seen the movie, so I don't know if it's much different from the book.
  7. Hilary Swank is going to Mars as part of a multinational mission for the first manned landing. Drama ensues as they are apart from their loved ones. Even the Russian cries. Coming on 4 September.
  8. Hollywood, that hive of creativity, is bringing back another old show. Tony Danza and Alyssa Milano reprising their roles, with Milano now a single mum living in the original house.
  9. JohnC

    Ratched

    Ryan Murphy and Ian Brennan have made an origin story for Nurse Ratched from One Flew Over the Cookoo's Nest. Regular collaborator Sarah Paulson in the title role. Comes to Netflix on 18 September. A few other familiar faces in there, like Cynthia Nixon, Sharon Stone, Judy Davis, Jon Jon Briones, Corey Stoll and Vincent D’Onofrio, among others.
  10. Not a lot to go on yet, but it may be notable for being co-created by Irvine Walsh and Bret Easton Ellis.
  11. Dave Filoni is back to animation again with The Bad Batch. The Bad Batch being a group of Clone Troopers first introduced in The Clone Wars. Though this is set just after the war as they take on mercenary jobs and try to find their purpose.
  12. Reeves and Pattinson's The Batman is getting a TV spin-off based on Gotham City Police Department. Not yet titled, but some are calling it Gotham Central.The series will be written by Terence Winter, of The Sopranos, Boardwalk Empire and Vinyl. Sound's like a more serious affair than the madness of the previous GCPD show, Gotham. Also separate from the Batman-adjacent Arrowverse, the DCEU movies and the pre-Batman Pennyworth which are still on the go. Enough Batman universes?
  13. Upgrade seems to have got good word of mouth on the forum. Now it's to get a TV follow-up from Leigh Whannell and Tim Walsh. Set a few years after the movie with an evolved STEM and a new host. https://deadline.com/2020/05/upgrade-tv-series-sequel-leigh-whannell-sci-fi-movie-blumhouse-ucp-writers-room-1202933886/
  14. https://deadline.com/2020/04/hellraiser-david-gordon-green-directing-hbo-series-halloween-pilot-1202918558/ HBO are to bring Hellraiser to TV. Pilot and several other episodes to be directed by David Gordon Green. It'll be written by Mark Verheiden and Michael Dougherty. Apparently not a remake, but built on the existing mythology.
  15. He's bringing Wipe back for a special, with Philomena Cunk and Barry Shitpeas. https://deadline.com/2020/04/antiviral-wipe-charlie-brooker-revives-screen-wipe-bbc-1202913409/
  16. Ryan Murphy and Ian Brennan (who worked together for Glee and Scream Queens) have a new 7-part limited series on Netflix, coming 1 May. It's about actors and filmmakers doing what it takes to make it in post-war Hollywood.
  17. My wife is Norwegian and I made a reference to the television show Time Team the other week. She had no idea what it was. Since she's a historian and was very impressed when my uncle (an archaeologist) showed us historical sites around Manchester city centre, I figured she might find it interesting. I took the time to dig up a torrent which had pretty much every episode in the show's 20 year history and downloaded the first few seasons. She just laughed at the show and found it boring. To be fair, it was the 90s and looking back on the way this is produced v
  18. New Netflix adult animation from Pendleton Ward and Duncan Trussell. Starts 20 April.
  19. No, it's not a remake of The Goonies. It's a show about students remaking The Goonies. Which may actually be an interesting change from a remake. It's follows a woman who failed to make it in New York and returns to her hometown as a substitute teacher. She agrees to help some students with the ambitious task of a shot-for-shot remake of The Goonies. Over the course of the season, the town gets inspired, which I assume means they eventually pull together to make it a reality, even the grumpy old man in the weird house, or whatever. https://deadline.com/2020/03/ramon-rod
  20. Taika Waititi is bringing The Auteur to screen, starring Jude Law. The comic sounds fun.
  21. The Safdies next one is a comedy TV show for Showtime, with Nathan Fielder of Nathan for You. It'll star Benny and Nathan. It's about an alleged curse hitting the relationship of the married stars of a HGTV show, Flipanthropy. Nathan is the husband of the couple and Benny the show's producer. It may or may not be loosely based on the breakdown of a real-life couple of a HGTV show Flip or Flop. Sounds a bit different from Good Time and Uncut Gems. It'll be interesting to see what comes out of it.
  22. New 10 episode series from SyFy, based on some comic.
  23. Amazon have greenlit a Jack Reacher series. No casting news yet, but the first season will be based on the first novel, The Killing Floor. It'll be written by Nick Santora (of, erm, Scorpion and Prison Break), who will also be showrunner.
  24. JohnC

    Clarice

    With Silence of the Lambs spin-off series Hannibal wrongly cancelled, someone* decided to do Silence of the Lambs spin-off series Clarice, for CBS, based on Clarice Starling pursuing serial killers and sexual predators. Set in 1993, a year after Silence of the Lambs. *Alex Kurtzman https://deadline.com/2020/01/clarice-silence-of-the-lambs-sequel-tv-series-cbs-alex-kurtzman-jenny-lumet-big-commitment-1202828050/
  25. https://deadline.com/2019/12/snow-crash-sci-fi-drama-series-hbo-max-michael-bacall-joe-cornish-paramount-tv-1202809103/ Snow Crash is being adapted for HBO Max. Joe Cornish directing. Written by Michael Bacall, of 21 Jump Street and Scott Pilgrim.
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