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‘Watchmen’ boss hopes another season will be made without him

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The showrunner of the Watchmen limited series has spoken about his hopes for another incarnation of the HBO adaptation despite exiting the project after its first season. Damon Lindelof, who oversaw production of the show’s nine episodes last year, said he doesn’t wish to make a second series but is happy for another person to step in. Speaking to ComicBook.com, Lindelof said: “It’s immensely flattering to be in a position where people want more,” he said, but added that “unless you’ve got the right idea, unless you’re compelled to do it, unless you’re compelled to say something new, I don’t think
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The Best Shows and Movies to Watch This Week: Ramy Season 2, Central Park

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Now Playing 100 Best Shows: The Best Streaming Shows Next Up The Blacklist Season 7 Episode 17 'Brothers' Sneak Peek We're living in a world where time has no meaning. March lasted three years. April was gone in the blink of an eye. And now May is closing out its stay in 2020 even though I swear it just started. Luckily, there's still some great television for us to watch. This week's picks include an ESPN 30 for 30 doc about a once beloved, now disgraced athlete, the final return of a long-running ABC comic book series, and the second
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Tom Ellis Reportedly Signs On for Lucifer Season 6

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After months of back and forth, it looks like Tom Ellis has reportedly reached a deal to star as the title character in a sixth season of Lucifer. Deadline reports that the actor has now signed on to return to his role, along with the rest of the cast and executive producers Ildy Modrovich and Joe Henderson, who will serve as showrunners. Netflix has not yet officially renewed the series for Season 6, after Season 5 was billed as the show's final season, but Ellis' contract is expected to expedite that renewal news.Netflix did not confirm the news when reached by TV Guide for comment. News
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HBO Max: Everything to Know About WarnerMedia’s Streaming Service

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WarnerMedia officially entered the streaming market with HBO Max when it launched on Wednesday, May 27. The new streaming platform combines titles from across the Warner Bros. film and TV library in addition to featuring new original films and series. It will have to compete with established services like Netflix, Hulu, and Amazon Prime, as well as CBS All Access, Disney+, Apple TV+, Quibi, and NBCUniversal's Peacock. So, how does HBO Max set itself apart? Let's take a look at everything you need to know about this new service, including details about its interface, pricing, and what originals and library titles are and
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Cush Jumbo Is Leaving The Good Fight

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Now Playing The Good Fight Stars Share Dream Good Wife Cameos Next Up The Blacklist Season 7 Episode 17 'Brothers' Sneak Peek Cush Jumbo is saying farewell to The Good Fight. Jumbo, who has portrayed attorney Lucca Quinn on The Good Wife and throughout all four seasons of the CBS All Access spin-off, is leaving the streaming series ahead of Season 5, TV Guide has confirmed.In a statement, Jumbo confirmed the news of her exit but suggested that she may return for the recently-announced fifth season to wrap up Lucca's storyline, after a production shutdown due to the coronavirus pandemic
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The Best TV Shows and Binge-Movies to Watch This Weekend in Quarantine

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Although many parts of the U.S. are re-opening, and many people are going back to work, we're still very much in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic and likely will be for some time. So if you're spending the weekend quarantined in your home and still looking for new TV shows and movies to watch to pass the time, we're still here to help! In fact, we'll still be here recommending what to watch even after the pandemic has subsided. It's literally what we do.For that reason, our staff has curated more than 45 recommendation lists to help you figure
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Richard Ayoade to host online BAFTA TV Awards in July

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Richard Ayoade is set to host the 2020 BAFTA TV Awards, it’s been announced. The awards will now take place online on July 31 following their postponement earlier this year due to the coronavirus pandemic. BBC One will broadcast the awards in a live setting, and it will be Ayoade’s first time hosting the event. “I am as surprised as you are that this is still going ahead,” he said . Richard Ayoade Additionally, Stephen Mangan will return to host the BAFTA TV Craft Awards for the ninth time on July 17. Those awards will be broadcast through BAFTA’s social
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Lucasfilm Rumored to Be Casting Ezra Bridger for New Star Wars Disney+ Series

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Lucasfilm is reportedly casting an actor to portray Ezra Bridger in a new Disney+ live-action Star Wars series. The Rebels character is a fan-favorite, which means his name comes up whenever a new project is on the way. Bridger was rumored to be in The Last Jedi, The Rise of Skywalker, and even in The Mandalorian. However, the character has yet to show up in a live-action role, though that may all change in the near future. For now, the new Disney+ live-action series that will feature Ezra Bridger is a mystery. It's believed that the studio is looking for
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Where to Watch Today’s NASA & SpaceX Launch Live

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Update 5/30 11 a.m. ET: The SpaceX/NASA launch is scheduled for Saturday, May 30 at 3:22 p.m. ET, barring any changes. You can watch a live stream of the launch on NASA's YouTube channel or on its website, or on SpaceX's YouTube channel. If today's launch is scrubbed, they'll try again tomorrow at 3 p.m. ET.  Update 5/27 1:15 p.m. PT: Due to weather concerns, the SpaceX Launch of NASA astronauts was called off on Wednesday, May 27, but the plan is to reschedule for later this week. The next opportunities to launch are Saturday, May 30 at 3:22 p.m. ET and Sunday, May 31
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Leigh Whannell’s ‘Upgrade’ to get TV series sequel made by Blumhouse

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Upgrade has been green-lit for a TV series following the success of its sci-fi thriller film. Leigh Whannell (Saw, The Invisible Man), who wrote and directed the 2018 film of the same name, is serving as co-creator and executive producer of the show. The series picks up a few years after the events of the Blumhouse-produced film. Upgrade the TV series will detail an evolved version of STEM and a new host in “imagining a world in which the government repurposes STEM to help curb criminal activity,” writes Deadline. In the original movie, Grey Trace (Logan Marshall-Green) is left paralysed
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