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Superman prequel Krypton gets a Season 2 from Syfy By Poppy-Jay Palmer 23-05-18 1,743 It might not have hit UK TV screens yet, but it sounds as though Syfy’s Superman prequel series Krypton has been a hit with US fans: the network has already renewed the series for Season 2. The renewal was an easy decision
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HBO update Ray Bradbury’s classic for the digital age with this star-studded TV movie By Rory O’Connor 16-05-18 169 Released: 19 May 2018 (US), 20 May 2018 (UK) Certificate: NA Director: Ramin Bahrani Writer: Ramin Bahrani, Amir Naderi Cast: Michael B Jordan, Michael Shannon, Sofia Boutella Distributor: HBO Films, Sky Atlantic If you like this,
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It sounds as though The CW’s Charmed reboot is going well: after being in development for a while, the show has finally been given a full series order. The network’s description of the show is as follows: This fierce, funny, feminist reboot of the original series centres on three sisters in a college town who discover they are
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Sad news for fans of sci-fi TV this morning, as Syfy has announced that it won’t be picking up the brilliant The Expanse for a fourth season. Deadline reports that the network has decided that the current season will be the last, but there may be some hope yet for the adaptation of theacclaimed  James
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Outlander has been renewed by Starz for two more seasons By Poppy-Jay Palmer 10-05-18 2,624 The TV gods have spoken: Outlander gets to live another few years at least, with Starz officially renewing it for Season 5 and Season 6. The renewal is for 24 new episodes, meaning both seasons will consist of 12 episodes, making them slightly shorter
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Chucky and Dirk Gently star Fiona Dourif signs on for The Purge TV show By Jonathan Hatfull 09-05-18 2,810 We’re big fans of Fiona Dourif thanks to her excellent work on the last two Chucky movies as Nica and the recently-cancelled Dirk Gently’s Holistic Detective Agency as holistic assassin Bart Curlish, so we’re very pleased
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Hulu seems happy with the performance of The Handmaid’s Tale Season 2, judging by the fact that it’s just given the show the green light for Season 3. The streaming service hasn’t released its viewership for the show, but it has said that the Season 2 premiere saw its audience double. The Handmaid’s Tale stars Elisabeth Moss,
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We’ve all been calling Netflix’s upcoming series based on Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa’s Chilling Adventures Of Sabrina comics a range of titles, from ‘The Sabrina The Teenage Witch Reboot’ to ‘The Series Bases On Chilling Adventures Of Sabrina’, for months now, so it’s excellent news that the it finally has a proper title: Chilling Adventures Of Sabrina. Kind of obvious, but
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It sounds as though HBO is just as thrilled with Westworld Season 2 as it was with the first: we’re just two episodes in and the show has already been renewed for Season 3. Two good things come from this news, the first obviously being more Westworld. The second, though, is that it allows room for Season 2
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Netflix’s Star Trek: Discovery officially began production on Season 2 last week and, interestingly, executive producer Alex Kurtzman is directing the first episode. It’s an interesting move, considering Kurtzman only had four directing credits to his name prior to the news (including last year’s The Mummy, 2012’s People Like Us, talk show New Day and an episode of Alias in 2003),
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Starbuck fans, rejoice: according to Deadline, Battlestar Galactica actor Katee Sackhoff is heading back to space in her own sci-fi drama series. Titled Another Life, the series is being produced by Alias Grace‘s Halfire Entertainment for Netflix, which has already given it a 10-episode order. The show will revolve around “astronaut Niko Breckinridge (Sackhoff) who is focused on searching
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Marvel’s Jessica Jones might be filled with twists, but this new development is no surprise: Netflix has officially renewed the show for Season 3. It makes sense: Netflix famously likes to keep its viewership information private, but Jessica Jones continues to rake in the favourable critical reviews. Jessica Jones stars Krysten Ritter as Jessica Jones, Rachael Taylor as
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