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Quarry: Cancelled by Cinemax; No Season Two

31 May 2017 3:31 PM, PDT | | See recent TVSeriesFinale news »

It's official. The Quarry TV show has been cancelled by Cinemax. Michael D. Fuller, who created the post-Vietnam War drama with Graham Gordy, announced the Quarry cancellation on his blog. Apparently, they've already tried to shop the TV series to other outlets, but were not successful. Based on the Max Allan Collins novels, Quarry stars Logan Marshall-Green as Marine Mac Conway, who returns to Memphis in 1972. The Cinemax drama also stars Jodi Balfour, Peter Mullan, Nikki Amuka-Bird, Edoardo Ballerini, and Damon Herriman. Read More… »


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Quarry Cancelled at Cinemax, Creators Unable to Find Drama a New Home

31 May 2017 9:29 AM, PDT | | See recent news »

Quarry will not be returning for Season 2 — on Cinemax or any alternative outlet, series co-creator Michael D. Fuller confirmed on Wednesday.

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Based on the novels of Max Allan Collins, the drama starred Logan Marshall-Green as Mac Conway, a Marine who after being shunned upon his return from Vietnam in 1972 gets drawn into a network of killing and corruption. TVLine readers gave the September premiere an average grade of “B+.”

“After a protracted and agonizing process, we have final confirmation that Quarry will not be returning to television, »

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Laura Dern, Jayme Lemons Launch Production Company Jaywalker Pictures (Exclusive)

5 May 2017 10:50 AM, PDT | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

Laura Dern and producing partner Jayme Lemons have launched a new company, Jaywalker Pictures. The two hang out their shingle with a robust television and feature-film slate in the works, including multiple projects at HBO.

Among the TV projects Dern and Lemons have in development are an untitled half-hour drama at HBO about a death-row psychiatrist, with Dern set to star; a drama, also for HBO, from writer Annie Mumolo about the development of the home-party marketing system of products, such as Tupperware; and a half-hour comedy for HBO from writers Arabella Anderson and Wendy West, based on Anderson’s life growing up homeless.

On the feature side, Dern and Lemons are developing “Candy & Mel,” from Ron Yerxa and Albert Berger, starring Dern as a woman charged with murdering her husband; “The Dog of the South,” written by Graham Gordy and Jay Jennings and based on the novel by Charles Portis; and “The Good Time Girls,” directed »

- Daniel Holloway

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