Netflix has announced the casting of 12 actors who will star in the upcoming drama series “Bridgerton” from “Grey’s Anatomy” scribe Chris Van Dusen and produced by “Grey’s Anatomy” creator Shonda Rhimes. The show is set to launch in 2020 with eight full-hour episodes and production will begin in London in the next few weeks.
The widely popular and cult favorite comic book series “The Sandman” from Neil Gaiman is getting a TV show on Netflix. The streaming platform has ordered the show with producer and writer Allan Heinberg as the showrunner.
“Jessica Jones” star Krysten Ritter may not be playing the character should the former Netflix show get a revival in Disney’s upcoming streaming platform. The actress expressed that she’s no longer keen on doing the series and that three seasons of “Jessica Jones” might be enough for her.
Netflix has renewed “Lucifer” for the fifth season. The supernatural drama series starring Tom Ellis as the Devil is expected to wrap up in 2020.
Production has been underway for Netflix’s “The Umbrella Academy” season 2. Graphic novel and series creator Gerald Way has actually posted a video to confirm that work has started on the set.
Famous for playing Harry Potter in the franchise, Daniel Radcliffe will star in the interactive special for “Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt” on Netflix.
The campy Netflix series “GLOW” season 3 has finally landed a return date. The show will be streaming all 10 episodes of its third season on the platform beginning Friday, August 9. The first and the second season continue to run on Netflix.
“Justice League” director Zach Snyder is back to making movies after going on hiatus. Beginning July, he’ll be working on a zombie thriller “Army of the Dead” for Netflix with “Guardians of the Galaxy” actor Dave Bautista.
The third and final season of “Jessica Jones” has finally received a confirmed release date from Netflix. The streaming platform announced that the series will be coming back on Friday, June 14, globally.
After a long hiatus, the prison drama series and one of Netflix’s first original shows, “Orange is the New Black,” is finally dropping season 7 on the streaming platform.