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EXCLUSIVE: Emmy-nominated filmmakers Alex Fumero and Kareem Tabsch are partnering to form the production company Trojan Horse. The company will be based in Los Angeles and Miami. Deadline recently announced their latest project under the banner for Onyx, the limited docuseries Gigante, in collaboration with Don Francisco. Producing unscripted and scripted feature films, series, and
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Netflix’s FYSEE Space’s opening night ATAS panel on Sunday night showcased Shondaland’s Bridgerton season 2 and revealed big news about Season 3. At the conclusion of the panel, star Nicola Coughlan was asked what Lady Whistledown can tell viewers to expect in season 3. The actress, who plays Penelope Featherington whose alter ego is Lady
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The broadcast networks have largely made their new series pickups for next season. The picks include several IP-based shows, ABC’s Rookie spinoff, Quantum Leap for NBC, True Lies for CBS, Supernatural spinoff The Winchesters, Walker: Independence and Gotham Knights. There are also a couple of starring vehicles, ABC’s drama Alaska, which had been set up
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Baby Yoda (Kyle Mooney) returned to SNL‘s Weekend Update tonight to promote Disney+’s series Obi-Wan Kenobi and his own “spiritual” awakening. “What’s up, Baby Yoda?…You’ve got a new vibe,” anchor Michael Che asked him at the start of the segment. “Life is all good Michael, real good,” said Baby Yoda. “Of course, Season 3 of
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Actor/Voice Artist/Comic artist Rusty Gilligan has just released his art through NFT Drop. Rusty Gilligan began his entertainment career as an actor in NY, first appearing on Broadway and then moving to California to appear on television in such productions as “Little House on the Prairie”, “Family Affair”, “Police Woman”, and Disney including the original
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Upfronts 2022: What Is Still In Consideration At Fox – Deadline You will be redirected back to your article in seconds Skip to main content May 13, 2022 9:15pm Fox, one of the two broadcast networks presenting on the first day of the upfronts Monday, was the last to make cancellation decisions this week, axing
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EXCLUSIVE: Amber Ruffin and her writing/producing partner Jenny Hagel are expanding their relationship with NBCUniversal. The pair, who are behind Peacock’s late-night variety series The Amber Ruffin Show, have struck an overall deal with Universal Television, a division of Universal Studio Group. The duo, who also write on Late Night with Seth Meyers, will develop
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In The Dark will end after its upcoming fourth season on the CW. Season 4 is slated to premiere June 6. The drama series, from CBS Studios, Warner Bros. TV and Ben Stiller’s Red Hour Films, was on the bubble, but had been boosted by streaming. In The Dark is written by Corinne Kingsbury and
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Korea’s CJ ENM and its production subsidiary Studio Dragon, along with Naver Webtoon’s affiliated company Line Digital Frontier are partnering on a Japan-based joint venture under the tentative name Studio Dragon Japan. The new production studio will be established in the first half of this year, with 30 billion won ($23 million) invested by the three entities.
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EXCLUSIVE: Bash Naran, a literary manager and producer at Writ Large, is leaving the company to become an agent in the Scripted Television department of WME. He will be based in the agency’s Beverly Hills office. During his more than three and a half years at Writ Large, Naran represented writers, directors and producers with
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Deadline has launched the streaming site for its second annual Sound & Screen, an award-season composer showcase of original music for television. Click here to launch the streaming site. The event May 5 at UCLA’s Royce Hall featured a 50-person orchestra spotlighting the music from composers Daniel Pemberton, Sean Callery, Amanda Jones, Dan Romer, Jeff
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New York Governor Kathy Hochul announced on Sunday that she tested positive for Covid-19. She is currently doing well and is asymptomatic. “Today I tested positive for Covid-19,” Hochul shared via Twitter. “Thankfully, I’m vaccinated and boosted, and I’m asymptomatic. I’ll be isolating and working remotely this week.” She added, “A reminder to all New
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Channel 4’s Help star Jodie Comer has beaten Kate Winslet and It’s a Sin’s Lydia West to the Leading Actress gong at the BAFTA TV Awards. Written by Jack Thorne, Help told the story of the UK’s care homes crisis at the start of the Covid-19 pandemic, with Killing Eve star Comer featuring opposite BAFTA-nominated Stephen Graham, who lost out to
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