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.
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.
Nintendo’s popular video game series “Legend of Zelda” might get its own live-action project. Reports from We Got This Covered revealed that there are plans from the game’s Japanese publisher to cross over to film/series development.
Henry Cavill is not yet hanging up his cape as Superman/Clark Kent. The actor, who has played the superhero character since 2013, insists that he still got the role at Warner Bros. Studios and is not likely going to be replaced soon.
“The Witcher” fantasy series headed by Henry Cavill on Netflix is gearing up for its second season production. The streaming platform has confirmed its renewal ahead of its official debut on Dec. 20.
Shonda Rhimes, the creator of the long-running medical drama “Grey’s Anatomy,” snagged a lucrative deal with Netflix and will soon start filming the limited series “Inventing Anna.” The show’s main cast has been recently confirmed with David Frankel helming the first two episodes.
While it has yet to be released on Dec. 20, “The Witcher” showrunner Lauren Hissrich plans for the upcoming Netflix fantasy series to be going for seven seasons. Starring Henry Cavill, as the monster hunter Geralt of Rivia, “The Witcher” is a fantasy series based on popular novels by Andrzej Sapkowski, which has also been turned into a successful video game.
Alyssa Milano and Holly Marie Combs are talking of bringing “Charmed” on Netflix. The possible revival, however, will be a movie version instead of a TV series.
Tricia Helfer will be back in “Lucifer” season 5 on Netflix but she will not be playing Charlotte Richards. Instead, numerous reports stated that she will be playing her character’s real identity, the Goddess of Creation, Lucifer and Amenadiel’s mother.