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Marvel is continuing to expand its TV slate, bringing on Oscar-winning writer John Ridley (12 Years a Slave) to develop a new TV series for ABC. Entertainment Weekly reports that the writer's deal involves, "reinventing an existing Marvel superhero character or property for ABC," but it wasn't revealed which character will be the focus of this show. The news comes just one week after we reported that ABC and Marvel are developing a spinoff series for Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., even though that program hasn't been officially renewed, although it seems likely.
If the project gets a series order, it will be the third Marvel show to air on ABC, following Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. and this year's Marvel's Agent Carter, which hasn't been renewed for a second season yet either. It's possible that either the Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. spinoff or this new untitled series could serve as a midseason »
Back in 1993 writer and director Rusty Cundieff burst upon the scene with his hysterical film satirizing hip-hop, Fear of a Black Hat, which has now achieved cult status and he followed up two years later with equally popular urban horror film spoof Tales from the Hood. Since then he's been very busy comedy television director involved with such shows as The Dave Chappelle Show and The Wanda Sykes Show and directing TV episodes for commercial and cable networks. Now after a long absence Cundieff has finally returned to feature film making with the TV One movie White Water starring Larenz Tate, Sharon Leal, Barry Shabaka Henley and Amir and Amari O’Neil which the network will »
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