Romantic drama novel White Fur is getting the television treatment from Amazon. The streaming giant bought the project from FilmNation and has attached Drake Doremus to direct.
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MTV is making some big changes for the third season of Scream as the series has tapped C.J. Wallace and Tyga to star. Queen Latifah will executive produce the show and Brett Matthews will serve as showrunner
After becoming the hit of the summer in 2016, Stranger Thingsis finally returning for season 2 on October 27. Set in 1984 and the citizens of Hawkins, Indiana are still reeling from the horrors of the Demogorgan and the secrets of Hawkins Lab. Will Byers has been rescued from the Upside Down but a bigger, sinister entity still threatens those who survived.
Game of Thrones creator George R.R. Martin continues to expand his relationship with HBO as he has signed on to executive produce a series adaptation of the book Who Fears Death by Nnedi Okorafo. The news was announced by Okorafo on Twitter.
Bryan Cranston-produced Amazon series The Dangerous Book for Boys has cast Erinn Hayes and Chris Diamantopoulos in starring roles. The project reunites Diamantopoulos with Amazon, who starred in their recently canceled Good Girls Revolt, and Hayes previously guest starred on Transparent.
HBO’s Emmy-winning comedy series Curb Your Enthusiasm is officially set to return later this year on Sunday, October 1, at 10pm, after a six-year hiatus. The network announced the news via teaser of star Larry David.
Oscar-winner Barry Jenkins has set his first post-Moonlight feature film with an adaptation of If Beale Street Could Talk for Annapurna Pictures. The project is based on the novel by James Baldwin and has been an interest of Jenkins for years after he wrote the script in 2013.
Laura Benanti is departing the CW actioner Supergirl and passing the role on to Erica Durance. Bernanti played Alura, the mother of the titular hero, and her sister, Astra, who was killed in the first season.
There’s still a lot up in the air on the movie-side of Comic-Con 2017’s schedule. Right now there are panels for Netflix’s Bright and Death Note, The LEGO Ninjago Movie, and Sony Pictures Classics’ Brigsby Bear, but DC and Marvel’s superhero films are still absent from the schedule.
Burleigh Hines and Van Gordon Sauter’s book Nightmare in Detroit is in the works at Rebel Maverick for a potential television miniseries or event series. The project documents the Detroit riots and its victims in 1967 and was published by Regnery in 1968.
Netflix has dropped an intense trailer for the upcoming feature documentary Icarus, which chronicles Bryan Fogel’s investigation into the world of sports doping. Fogel teams up with Russian scientist, Dr. Gregory Rodchenkov, who from the trailer appears to the be the key to the undoing of the international scandal.
Sean, Beverly, and Matt LeBlanc are all back and ready to close out the series in the season five trailer of Episodes. The British writing duo has never had an easy time of it as long as they’ve been in Los Angeles, and these last seven installments don’t appear to be any better for them.
San Diego Comic-Con is less than a month away and the schedule is slowly unveiling as HBO and Warner Bros. their schedule for the weekend. Check back here for regular updates as the full television lineup is announced.
“Revenge is in” declares the teaser trailer for the HBO comedy Vice Principals. If you thought season one was hilariously offensive and dark, clearly season two is going to top it.
Mark Bowden’s bestselling book Hue 1968 has landed at FX in a competitive situation. The network plans to adapt the project into a ten-hour, limited series event. Michael Mann and Michael De Luca have teamed up to develop the project. The book was published by Grove Atlantic.
Netflix is developing a limited series based on the true story of the Central Park Five jogger case, written and directed by Ava DuVernay. She will executive produce alongside Oprah Winfrey, Jeff Skoll, Jonathan King, Jane Rosenthal, and Berry Welsh.
Just in time for the season 7 premiere of Game of Thrones, Hulu has secured a deal to stream HBO’s live and on-demand library of feature films, documentaries, sports, and specials for an additional $14.99 a month. For $9.99 a month, subscribers can add Cinemax’s line up as well.
The highly anticipated sequel to Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them has begun production and Warner Bros. has revealed what we can expect in the next installment. The first film’s stars Eddie Redmayne, Katherine Waterston, Alison Sudol, and Dan Fogler return and will be joined by Johnny Depp and Jude Law as a young Albus Dumbledore.
Former Dawson’s Creek star James Van Der Beek has worked hard to shake his teen drama persona for many years, finding the most success with meta-humor in the single camera series Don’t Trust the B**** in Apt. 23. It looks as though the star may have another shot with a more heightened role, lampooning the music industry and DJ culture, in the Viceland’s upcoming series What Would Diplo Do?
With HBO’s Game of Thrones and Netflix’s GLOW out of the running, we’ve been discussing the possible nominees, so here are our picks.
After delays that led to creator Dan Harmon to launch into an explanation rant on Twitter, we finally have a trailer and premiere date for season three of Adult Swim’s Rick and Morty. The animated series from Harmon and Justin Roiland is set to return on Sunday, July 30.
Claire Foy and Andrew Garfield bring to life the inspiring true story of a couple determined to live a life together when one of them is suffering from polio.
BBC America has tapped Jodie Comer to star opposite Sandra Oh in the dramatic thriller Killing Eve. The eight-episode series was penned by Fleabag’s Phoebe Waller-Bridge.
Armistead Maupin’s Tales of the City is in the works for an episodic adaptation at Netflix with original castmembers Laura Linney and Olympia Dukakis attached to star. The pair starred in miniseries adaptations based on the first three books in the series, with the first airing on 1993 on PBS, and 1998 and 2001 on Showtime.
Upcoming Kevin Costner-starrer Yellowstone is filling out its cast with Cole Hauser, Wes Bentley, and Kelly Reilly. The family drama hails from Oscar nominee Taylor Sheridan who penned and executive produces.
Togetherness star Melanie Lynskey has been cast as the female lead opposite Andre Holland in J.J. Abrams and Stephen King’s upcoming Hulu drama Castle Rock. The series also stars Sissy Spacek and Jane Levy.
Glee alum Naya Rivera has signed on to star opposite Faizon Love in YouTube Red’s upcoming series Step Up: High Water, based on the popular film franchise. They are joined by recording artist Ne-Yo who will recur.
The Fox network is continuing its relationship with Lee Daniels, as they develop the drama Mason Dixon with the Empire creator and writer Julian Breece. The show comes under Daniels overall deal with 20th Century Fox Television.
Hulu drama The Path has tapped Freida Pinto for a series regular role in the upcoming third season. Production began this week in New York with the 13-episode season set to debut in early 2018.
After finding success with ’80s nostalgia in “Stranger Things”, Netflix now has their sights set on the 1990s as they have given a ten-episode order to “Everything Sucks”.