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Comprised six one-hour episodes, “Cardinal” follows two detectives in their murder investigation in a small town in Northern Ontario. The series is adapted from the novel “Forty Words for Sorrow,” the first of six mystery novels featuring the character John Cardinal, written by Giles Blunt.
Billy Campbell, who starred in AMC’s “The Killing” and more recently SyFy series “Helix,” plays the lead role. Karine Vanasse (ABC’s “Revenge”) co-stars. The story was adapted for television by Audrey Nealon and Russ Cochrane.
“I’m delighted to expand BBC Four’s hugely popular international drama range with our first Canadian drama series,” said Cassian Harrison, controller of BBC Four. “Further to the recently announced Spanish drama ‘I Know Who You Are’ and returning hits such as ‘Follow the Money,’ ‘Inspector Montalbano’ and ‘Spiral,’ BBC Four remains the home of high quality, high-stakes »
- Robert Mitchell
Yesterday we got a tour of Wayne Manor with ‘Gotham Cribs’ [take a look here], and now Warner Bros. has debuted two new clips from The Lego Batman Movie entitled ‘Reggae Man’ and ‘I Know Who You Are’. Check them out here…
In the irreverent spirit of fun that made “The Lego® Movie” a worldwide phenomenon, the self-described leading man of that ensemble – Lego Batman – stars in his own big-screen adventure. But there are big changes brewing in Gotham, and if he wants to save the city from The Joker’s hostile takeover, Batman may have to drop the lone vigilante thing, try to work with others and maybe, just maybe, learn to lighten up.
- Amie Cranswick
I know who you are. I know what you want. If you’re looking for romantic comedies, we don’t have any… but what we do have are a very particular set of films. Films we have acquired over a matter of years. Films that will give nightmares to people like you. If you promise to keep watching from here […] »
- Tony Wash
Mediaset España, Spain’s No. 1 broadcast network, and Filmax, one of its top film-tv producers, have rolled out first sales on “I Know Who You Are,” a crime drama directed by Pau Freitas, a writer-director on “The Red Band Society,” one of the highest-profile of Spanish TV series this decade.
The licensing deals form part of a push into international sales by Mediaset España as it seeks to grow additional revenue outside its hugely successful core advertising business which drives one of the highest operating profit margins in Europe: 26% through September last year.
“I Know Who You Are” also shows the network, controlled by Italy’s Mediaset, linking to some of Spain’s iconic movie production houses: Filmax, the driving force behind modern genre production in Spain (“[Rec]”), and Mod Producciones, co-producers of Mediaset España’s four-part period miniseries, “Hidden Behind Her Eyes” and whose heads – Fernando Bovaira and Simon de Santiago – produced Alejandro Amenabar’s “The Others” and »
- John Hopewell
The 38-year-old comedian dished on the historic event during his first appearance on The Ellen DeGeneres Show on Wednesday.
Watch: President Barack Obama Delivers Emotional Farewell Address
"It was like two o'clock in the morning and the president has his sleeves rolled up and a couple of buttons down, and he's breaking it down on the dance floor," Eichner recalled. "Questlove is blasting Kendrick Lamar in the White House and it's next to a huge picture of Mary Todd Lincoln. We're all dancing together and it's, like, Tom Hanks and Sarah Jessica Parker and Stephen Colbert ... I mean, it's unreal."
5 items from 2017
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