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  1. It's been briefly mentioned in other superhero threads, but we've got a trailer for Cloak & Dagger, coming to Freeform on 7 June Also a Sneak Peek from earlier
  2. Magnum's coming back. Another CBS reboot from Peter Lenkov, who brought back Hawaii Five-0 and MacGyver. Magnum is still an ex-Navy Seal who returns to Hawaii and becomes a P.I. Probably no iconic 'tache this time though. Sorry @Lorfarius Jay Hernandez is Thomas Magnum while Higgins is now Juliet rather than Jonathan and played by Perdita Weeks.
  3. Another revival of something old! Though by its nature it may have more justification than most. Of course Candice Bergen is back, along with the show's creator Diane English. Other cast not mentioned yet. 13 episodes ordered.
  4. http://deadline.com/2018/05/guillermo-del-toro-live-action-horror-anthology-series-10-after-midnight-netflix-1202387868/ del Toro and Netflix are doing a horror anthology series. He will write and direct some and pick writers and directors for others.
  5. This is a new sci-fi series on USA. It stars Rick's dead wife from Walking Dead and Sawyer from Lost. It's created by Cartlon Cuse. It definitely has a 'Lost' vibe to it, very similarly shot and very similar feel in that loads of stuff is hidden to you, and information about what's going on is on a drip feed. The pilot is out there, and the second episode is on in the US tonight. I really liked the pilot, and was all set to hate it. Great world building and visual effects, and good acting. Interested to see where it goes.
  6. http://deadline.com/2018/05/lovecraft-country-jonathan-majors-hbo-series-jordan-peele-jj-abrams-misha-green-1202381033/ Thought this sounds like it could be interesting. Based on a 2016 book of the same name. Anyone read it? Jonathan Majors and Jurnee Smollett-Bell play the leads in Jim Crow 1950s America. They, and another character, go on a road trip to find Majors character's missing father. They encounter horrors of both the racist and Lovecraft kind.
  7. https://www.thewrap.com/westworld-creators-jonathan-nolan-lisa-joy-the-peripheral-series-amazon/ Westworld's Lisa Joy and Jonathan Nolan are adapting the William Gibson book for Amazon.
  8. Nothing official yet but it would be great to see HBO do some science fiction. http://www.thewrap.com/interstellars-jonah-nolan-developing-foundation-series-for-hbo-wbtv-exclusive/
  9. http://deadline.com/2018/03/cursed-netflix-tv-series-frank-miller-tom-wheeler-based-on-book-reimagining-king-arthur-legend-lady-of-the-lake-1202354796/ Frank Miller and Tom Wheeler are simultaneously writing an illustrated book and a 10 episode series for Netflix, named Cursed. It's a re-imagining of the King Arthur legend from the point of view of Nimue, the Lady of the Lake. The book is due out in Autumn 2019. Don't know about the show, maybe a similar time for cross promotion.
  10. http://deadline.com/2018/03/street-fighter-video-game-franchise-adapted-tv-series-entertainment-one-mark-gordon-1202352026/ Entertainment One have made a deal with the people behind the web series Street Fighter: Assassin's Fist to bring a new show to TV. I don't know Assassin's Fist, but it seems to be liked. Certainly more than the previous live action attempts. The new show will be based on the game's World Warrior story.
  11. Since I imagine that many would have missed this, since it's on BBC3, I urge you all to watch Murder in Successville, as the first episode is one of the funniest things I've seen on TV in a while. It's basically like a noire-themed Stella Street where actors play anachronistic versions of real-life celebrities. But the twist is that every episode an actual celebrity (i.e. played by themselves) has to solve a murder. They have no idea what's going on, and the rest of the cast improv around them. The first episode had some guy from Made in Chelsea who I'd never heard of, but he was very game and played along, but frequently couldn't stop himself from corpsing, which was hilarious. I kind of feel like I haven't sold it very well there - but it's only half an hour long, and I encourage you to watch it, even if you don't give a shit about Made in Chelsea or celebrities. http://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episode/b05tr5f0/murder-in-successville-1-the-mob
  12. Apple are doing a deal with Amblin to bring back Spielberg’s Amazing Stories anthology series. NBCUniversal also involved to make it. (Paywalled) They're apparently looking to spend $5m+ per episode, for an initial 10 episode run. [edit] Non paywalled report
  13. Fox getting another hero show, Black Lightning. It's coming from Greg Berlanti, who apparently thinks working on Supergirl, Arrow, Flash and Legends of Tomorrow just isn't enough to keep him occupied.
  14. Amazon are developing a TV show of Conan. From Ryan Condal (co-creator of Colony), Miguel Sapochnik (beloved director of Game of Thrones fans) and Warren Littlefield (exec Producer of Handmaids Tale and Fargo series).
  15. Arnold Schwarzenegger is to star in a western drama series for Amazon. Didn't see that coming. Set in the Oklahoma Indian Territory in the late 1800s, he plays a ruthless Federal Marshall who partners with a Deputy who was tasked by a judge to track down a legendary outlaw in the wilderness. Twists, surprises, blurred lines between good and bad, etc.
  16. From the producers of Batman prequel Gotham comes Superman prequel Metropolis. You may see a pattern. It'll have Lois Lane and Lex Luthor before Superman shows up. 13 episodes ordered for WB's new DC branded streaming service. It'll feature the world of fringe science and the city’s dark and bizarre secrets.
  17. http://variety.com/2018/tv/news/simon-pegg-nick-frost-stolen-picture-tuth-seekers-1202668059/ After Slaughterhouse Rulez, the next project from their own Stolen Picture company is Truth Seekers. It's a half-hour comedy-horror series about three paranormal investigators. Each episode will be focused on a different incident. Pegg says it starts off as a parochial little business but becomes something more global. They also mention developing a film about a double act who haven't spoken for decades and reunite one last time. All that makes me think is "It won't be half as good as Bernie Clifton's Dressing Room".
  18. http://deadline.com/2018/01/gareth-edwards-sci-fi-feature-monsters-being-adapted-as-television-series-1202241754/
  19. Steed and Peel rather than Captain America and Friends, of course. Black and his writing partner Fred Dekker have written a pilot for Warner Bros.
  20. http://www.indiewire.com/2017/06/john-wick-tv-show-keanu-reeves-prequel-the-continental-hotel-1201841666/ Lionsgate is making a TV show centred on The Continental from John Wick. People did say they would like to see more of The Continental's world, so it's happening. The movie's director and franchise mastermind, Chad Stahelski, is behind the show too. It'll be focused on other clients passing through the worldwide hotel network rather than Wick, but Stahelski reckons Wick will make an appearance, though that's not official.
  21. A full song from the premiere: Blurb: It was originally half-hour pilot for Showtime who passed on it and The CW, not liking their development, picked it up as an hour-long network show. It premiered on Monday as The CW's only new fall show. And it's excellent. I completely adored the pilot, which I thought was one of the best I've seen in ages, and perhaps my favourite of all time. If you like the vague sound of it, I highly recommend giving it a go. That said, I'm also pretty confident that it's one of those shows that appeals exactly to my taste and only about six other people will like it. And it stars the wonderful Rachel Bloom, who you might know her from various excellent and funny YouTube music videos like Fuck Me Ray Bradbury, You Can Touch My Boobies, I Steal Pets and Nobody Will Watch the Tony Awards With Me. The critics like it too, getting 79 on Metacritic, by far the highest scoring new network show of the year. Not sure how much interest there will be here, but since it's squarely in my wheelhouse, I thought I'd start a thread... especially since the premiere ratings were so bad that it really needs all the help it can get.
  22. http://deadline.com/2015/08/prison-break-limited-series-go-sequel-fox-1201493521/ It's been rumoured that it may happen, but now it's official. Back for a 10 episode limited run. Both brothers are confirmed, despite an apparent death. They promise a logical explanation. Though they say much of the straight-to-video finale will just be ignored, which may be a little weird. Other characters will also return, but they're not saying who yet.
  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. http://deadline.com/2017/11/the-raid-gareth-evans-gangs-of-london-sky-hbo-1202213001/ Gareth Evans is doing a big budget gangland drama for Sky and Cinemax. Contemporary London is getting torn apart in a power struggle between international gangs after the leader of one is assassinated. Coming in 2019.
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