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The renewal comes a little more than a month after its second season launch on March 8, International Women’s Day.
The series follows the mysterious disappearance of three girls and their governess from the Appleyard Ladies College in the 1900’s.
HBO is moving forward with a second season of its acclaimed comedy series Barry, and the cable network has also given the go-ahead for a sixth season of Silicon Valley.
Mr. Robot creator Sam Ismael brings Ross Thomas’ Briarpatch to USA, while Meg Abbott adapts her own cheerleading novel Dare Me into an hour-long drama.
The comic centers on a group of highly specialized indviduals who create an unusual artificial intelligence using a combination of technology and shamanistic magic.
It wasn’t that long ago that Once Upon a Time actor Jennifer Morrison starred in the family series that put a modern-twist on classic fairy tales. Now, she steps behind the camera for a new feminist spin on the genre starring Zosia Mamet and Gugu Mbatha-Raw.
The lineup includes the returns of Whose Line is It Anyway?, Penn & Teller: Fool Us, and My Last Days, as well as the additions of The Outpost and Burden of Truth.
The series of science fiction novels have been influential on everyone from George Lucas to George RR Martin, but previous attempts to turn it into a feature film or television series have generally failed.
The series follows a young artist who discovers she has the supernatural powers to track an immortal that feeds off the souls of children.
The Wire creator David Simon is teaming up with The Young Pope‘s Mediapro to develop a new drama series set during the Spanish Civil War. The Wire alums George Pelecanos and Dennis Lehane have been tapped to pen the project.
The project is based on the book by Ambrose Parry, a pseudonym for writer Chris Brookmyre and consultant anesthetist Marisa Haetzman. The book will be published in August this year.
The show is being described as an examination of female blackness, beauty, and identity through a behind-the-scenes look at the Instagram hustle.
The film starring Taraji P. Henson, Octavia Spencer, and Janelle Monáe grossed $235 million worldwide and nabbed three Academy Awards nominations including Best Picture. The network also has another project in the works centering on the early days of the U.S. space program with Leonardo DiCaprio attached to executive produce.
The half-hour, single camera comedy from writers Adam Rose and Scott Shapiro follows a clean urine dealer who has an anger management problem, so the title works on multiple levels.
Published for 60 issues by Vertigo Comics in the early ’00s, the post-apocalyptic dram follows the sole-living man as he travels across the female-dominated earth with his pet monkey.
This is the second series for Will Ferrell and Adam McKay at Netflix and the fourth for CBS Studios after American Vandal, the upcoming Insatiable, and the drama Unbelievable.
Following the news that Ryan Murphy would not tell Monica Lewinsky’s story in a season of American Crime Story, History is now announcing that they have also halted plans for a series based on the impeachment of President Bill Clinton.
Shot entirely from the perspective of Bob (Kevin Smith), viewers will embody the silent fanboy himself while alpha-slacker Jay (Jason Mewes) leads the way through a string of idiotic adventures.
Lost Boys and Technicolor Girls is an hourlong drama based on an upcoming book by Alice Bermans, and Ex-Best is a half-hour comedy based on the web series of the same name.
The series explores the emotional and psychological effects of an affair that destroyed two marriages, and the crime that brings these individuals back together.
The series will be an entirely new entry into America’s 12 hours of annual lawlessness and is slated to launch in conjunction with the next installment in the movie franchise, The First Purge.