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  1. It was mentioned in the movie thread a while ago, but there's some more concrete plans coming together for the TV version now. Clement and Waititi are both involved, with Clement writing and Waititi directing. Kayvan Novak, Matt Berry, Natasia Demetriou, Harvey Guillen have been cast. Just a pilot order for now.
  2. A new show from Steve Levitan (Modern Family) coming to Hulu (so probably Disney+ here) about a sitcom from the 2000s being rebooted. Paul Reiser as the original show's creator, but he's old-school and not up to speed on things like diversity and inclusivity for the reboot. Also stars Keegan-Michael Key, Johnny Knoxville, Judy Greer, Rachel Bloom, Calum Worthy and Krista Marie Yu. Starts on Hulu on 20 September. https://deadline.com/2022/08/reboot-hulu-drops-trailer-for-steve-levitans-show-within-a-show-1235098460/
  3. Star Trek adult animation. From Rick and Morty head writer Mike McMahan. It'll focus on the support crew on one of Starfleet's least important ships. McMahan is also the guy behind that twitter account which posted fake episode plots for an eighth TNG season.
  4. https://www.hollywoodreporter.com/tv/tv-news/wonder-man-marvel-disney-1235166956/ Wonder Man getting a TV show. Shang-Chi's Destin Daniel Cretton is involved and probably directing at least 1 episode. Head writer is Andrew Guest, from Brooklyn Nine-Nine and Community and he consulted on Hawkeye.
  5. They're doing a limited series of The Santa Clause on Disney+, with Tim Allen back. Scott Calvin is now almost 65 and realises he needs to find a new Santa, and he wants to give his own family a bit of normal life. Production starts in March, so presumably it'll be ready for this Christmas. https://deadline.com/2022/01/tim-allen-the-santa-clause-sequel-series-disney-plus-scott-calvin-jack-burditt-last-man-standing-1234912715/
  6. Roger Law attempting to bring back Spitting Image. After the success of 2DTV and Newzoids (I forgot that existed and never even saw it). And with satire being murdered by the real world. He's filmed a pilot and is attempting to bring it to a US network rather than UK.
  7. Remember that time Netflix made a rubbish live-action Death Note? Now Netflix are making a live-action Death Note again. This one is from the Duffer Brothers company, though I don't know if they're directing. https://deadline.com/2022/10/death-note-halia-abdel-meguid-series-adaptation-manga-netflix-duffer-bros-1235151144/
  8. I know I'm posting two threads at the same time, because there's two versions coming. This one is from the Europe and Africa division of Fox TV and Canal+. It's eight parts and set in the present day. It's created and written by Misfits Howard Overman, who intends to explore themes of racial superiority and ethnic conflict.
  9. It's Ryan Murphy and Ian Brennan, who some don't get on with, so I thought I'd mention that first. And don't ask me what's going on with that title. Coming to Netflix on 21 September. Evan Peters stars as Dahmer. Largely told from the victims perspective and goes into the police incompetence and apathy that allowed him to go on for so long. https://deadline.com/video/monster-trailer-evan-peters-jeffrey-dahmer-ryan-murphys-netflix-series/
  10. WarnerMedia have ordered a new series for their streaming platform, designed to coexist with the Denis Villeneuve movie. Villeneuve himself will be directing the pilot and the series will be written by the movie co-writer Jon Spaihts. Obviously this series will be focused on the Bene Gesserit.
  11. Apple are doing a Time Bandits show. It's been known for a while that it's being worked on, but now it's officially greenlit. Taiki Waititi as executive producer and directing the first 2 (of 10) episodes. Lisa Kudrow as one of the stars. Other cast include Kal-El Tuck (Unseeing Evil), Charlyne Yi (Knocked Up), Tadhg Murphy (Conversations With Friends), Roger Jean Nsengiyumva (You Don’t Know Me), Rune Temte (Eddie the Eagle), Kiera Thompson (Martyrs Lane) and Rachel House (Heartbreak High). https://deadline.com/2022/09/time-bandits-lisa-kudrow-lead-cast-taika-waititi-apple-series-1235129518/
  12. They're giving a live-action Avatar another go, after that movie which doesn't exist. It's being run by the original animated show's creators/showrunners and will be on Netflix, in partnership with Nickelodeon. They specifically mention a culturally-appropriate, non-whitewashed cast and that Netflix are backing them in their vision to go even deeper into the characters, story, action, and world-building. Also this concept art
  13. It’s finally happening. Starring Jodie Foster. https://deadline.com/2022/05/true-detective-jodie-foster-to-star-season-4hbo-1235033965/
  14. There's been a couple of attempts to bring it to TV before, but this time, with HBO behind it, it might actually happen. Written by William Bridges, who wrote a couple of Black Mirror episodes (USS Callister and Shut Up and Dance) and directed by Yann Demange ('71, Top Boy, Lovecraft Country). https://deadline.com/2022/09/scanners-hbo-series-1235123991/
  15. Ridley Scott and Alcon are bringing Blade Runner to Amazon. Not really any details other than it being a sequel set in 2099, obviously. Maybe they'll do a reverse Recall and have this be like Total Recall, like how its TV show turned out to be Blade Runner.
  16. Based on a graphic novel of the same name. About a Chinese-American high schooler who ends up involved in a battle between mythological Chinese gods, particularly Sun Wukong, The Monkey King. Cast includes Michelle Yeoh, Daniel Wu, Poppy Liu and Chin Han. 8 episodes coming to Disney+ next year.
  17. First two episodes are out there. Have been for a couple of days, so there doesn't seem to have been much buzz around it. I've not watched them myself yet, but a friend, who hated the movie, says these two episodes are decent enough.
  18. Probably past time this got its own thread. They've just announced it begins on 11 June. I'll just stick this in here too just to have something, even if it's not new.
  19. Pixar's first long-form TV show, for Disney+. Will Forte stars as Coach Dan, coach of a co-ed middle school softball team, in the week leading up to their championship game. https://deadline.com/2022/09/will-forte-win-or-lose-pixar-1235113669/
  20. Stallone show for Paramount+ with Terrance Winter writing and showrunning. Stallone is Dwight “The General” Manfredi, a New York mafia Capo. He gets out of prison after 25 years and his boss sends him to Tulsa, Oklahoma. He realises his "family" might not have his best interests in mind, so he forms a crew to build a new criminal empire in Tulsa. First 2 episodes on 13 November.
  21. From the studio that brought you the best Resident Evil movie series starring Milla Jojovich OF ALL TIME and Netfix. Not a lot of detail yet, but they plan to do exciting things such as "expand the universe" and "deepen the existing mythology". It'll explore the dark inner workings of Umbrella Corporation and the new world order. The latter are wrestlers, right?
  22. The Godamn Batman is back with Bruce Timm in charge, along with producers J.J. Abrams and Matt Reeves. https://ew.com/tv/batman-caped-crusader-bruce-timm-jj-abrams-matt-reeves/ They promise to "once again reinvent Batman and his iconic rogue's gallery with sophisticated storytelling, nuanced characters and intense action sequences all set in a visually striking world". Well, they would. A promo pic with Batman showing off his big ears
  23. JohnC


    Just discovered this is coming, on 5 March, from Ryan Murphy of American Horror Story and American Crime Story. It's another anthology series, with the first season focusing on Bette Davis (Susan Sarandon) and Joan Crawford (Jessica Lange) during production of What Ever Happened to Baby Jane? It'll be 8 episodes. Like his other shows, it's got quite a cast He's looking outside Hollywood for future stories, mentioning a possibility of one in the 16th century.
  24. Armando Iannucci & Sam Mendes are doing a pilot for HBO about superhero movie making. https://deadline.com/2022/08/armando-iannucci-sam-mendes-hbo-comedy-pilot-the-franchise-1235087329/
  25. AMC are bringing back Max Headroom. The drama version from the US rather than the C4 VJ version. Matt Frewer is returning as Max and Halt and Catch Fire co-creator Christopher Cantwell is writing and showrunning. So maybe there's a chance.
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