Premium network EPIX announced today that a still-untitled drama series based on the short story “Jerusalem’s Lot” by Stephen King has been greenlit for a 10-episode season, starring Academy Award winner Adrien Brody.
An original CG animated series of the classic series “He-Man and the Masters of the Universe” will be produced by Netflix and Mattel Television. The re-imagined version will give the show a fresh take on the heroes of this fantasy world.
A documentary about Greta Thunberg is coming to Hulu. The Disney-owned streaming service will explore the rise of the 15-year old Swedish climate activist, who was recently named as Time’s Person of the Year.
“Sherlock” creators Steven Moffat and Mark Gatiss have once again collaborated to bring a re-imagined story of the legendary vampire in the series “Dracula.” The show from BBC and Netflix will be launching on New Year’s Day in the U.K. before it will head to the streaming platform.
Netflix’s hit drama series “Narcos: Mexico” is set to return for a second season. A cast member has confirmed that the show about the Mexican cartel’s beginnings in the early ’80s will be streaming by February 2020.
Pedro Pascal is the top-billed actor in “The Mandalorian” and his character always wears an armor and a mask that is never removed or taken off in the series. Apparently, the actor isn’t always the person inside the suit and armor as director Bryce Dallas Howard recently revealed.
Disney is reportedly planning a spinoff for the live-action version of “Aladdin.” It will feature the character of Prince Anders, reprised by Billy Magnussen, and will be set for release on the Disney + streaming platform.
Matthew McConaughey and Woody Harrelson have been hanging out together recently. The dudes from Texas, who also starred in the award-winning series “True Detective” in 2014, spent quality time sparking rumors of a possible revival of their time in the crime anthology.
Marvel’s “The Punisher” season 3 might be springing on the TV screen again. Reports revealed that the show could be getting a new lease on life on the streaming platform Hulu after Netflix cancelled the series in January 2019.
Amazon has its superhero live-action series “The Boys” while HBO has its “Watchmen” drama and both these shows feature the flaws and dysfunction of being superhuman. Before these shows started airing, however, Netflix ran the first season of “The Umbrella Academy” on Feb. 15. Reports now reveal that the show has finally finished filming its second season.