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Fox To Adapt Argentinian Mob Drama ‘The Cleaning Lady’ From Miranda Kwok, Melissa Carter, Shay Mitchell & Warner Bros. TV

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Exclusive: Fox has given a script commitment to a U.S. adaptation of Argentinian mob drama The Cleaning Lady from The 100 writer Miranda Kwok, Stargirl Ep Melissa Carter, Shay Mitchell’s Amore & Vita Productions and Warner Bros. Television. If it moves forward, it will be a co-pro with Fox Entertainment.

Written by Kwok who is currently a supervising producer on The CW’s sci-fi drama The 100, the series follows a young Filipina doctor who comes to the U.S. for a medical treatment to save her son, but when the system fails and pushes her into hiding, she uses her cunning and intelligence to fight back. After hitting rock bottom, she crosses into a world of moral grey, cleaning crimes scenes for the Russian mob, and eventually forges her own path to power, becoming an unexpected yet formidable player in the criminal underground.

Kwok, who previously wrote on
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The 100 Season 6 Episode 8 Review: The Old Man and the Anomaly

How far will you go for the one you love?

Many had to face this question as circumstances outside of their control forced their hand in the situation.

During The 100 Season 6 Episode 8, Josephine uses Ryker, Murphy, and Emori to help her perform the surgery to free her body of Clarke. But Emori gets cold feet, teaming up with the others to help save Clarke instead.

This leaves Emori and Murphy captured, with Murphy injured. Meanwhile, Bellamy and Josephine are on the loose, headed to Gabriel so he could help save Clarke.

He does have his hands full though, with Octavia coming back healed from the Anomaly and Diyoza nowhere to be seen.

During all of this, Raven decides to help Abby make nightblood for the chance to get back Kane, who comes back in the body of newcomer Gavin.

And Madi goes full Dark Commander, where she ends up harming
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The 100 Season 5 Episode 9 Review: Sic Semper Tyrannis

The days when things were calm no longer exist, with even more chaos descending not only regarding plot but in terms of characters and their relationships as well.

"Sic Semper Tyrannis," written by Miranda Kwok, was a fast-paced episode that explored how far some relationships can get divided when peace is so close for the taking.

Choices are no longer given any time to be discussed. Instead, the execution becomes a ticking time bomb that chips away at even the most stable relationships on the show.

It is painful because now it is even more clear which priorities weigh on which person more, and the betrayal that each character experiences personal from that is hard to recover from.

The biggest hit was the core relationship of the show, with the six-year distance that managed to take a back seat now driving huge wedges and putting people in a position they
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Spartacus: Blood and Sand, Ep. 1.05: “Shadow Games” – fight as one or die as two

Spartacus: Blood and Sand, Season 1: Episode 5 – “Shadow Games”

Written by Miranda Kwok

Directed by Michael Hurst

Originally aired February 19th, 2010

Just two episodes ago, Spartacus took the time to establish what makes a legend of the arena. And while the series is not defined by any one ideal, the role of glory has certainly played a huge role thus far. When Spartacus sits with Crixus shortly before their battle with Theokoles, The Shadow of Death, Crixus is right to point out that Theokoles would bother to return to the arena for another shot at glory. Money doesn’t matter to a real gladiator; being the best and being recognized for that are the greatest rewards one can be given. It’s what Crixus strives for, as well. Knowing Spartacus’ back-story, we might think that fighting for some higher purpose, whether that be love or another thing, could be more noble.
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Entertainment One Planning Racy Fantasy Nymphs, Based On Finnish Series

If the rather definitive conclusion of Spartacus: War of the Damned left you craving levels of sex and ultraviolence that no other premium cable series has been able to attain, Entertainment One may have you covered. The corporation has acquired format rights to the racy Finnish fantasy series Nymphs and is planning to make a U.S. version. On board for the task is none other than Spartacus: Blood and Sand scribe Miranda Kwok.

Originally titled Nymfit in Finland, the series is described by Deadline both as a “coming-of-age drama” and “a modern-day take on the ancient Greek myths about nymphs and satyrs.” Nymphs centers on a “beautiful, young, free-spirited woman who reaches her sexual maturity only to discover that she is a Nymph, a supernatural being that is being hunted and enslaved by a devastating race of Satyrs.” After learning her true identity, the woman decides to fight the
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DVD Review: Sanctuary: The Complete Third Season

Genre: Sci-Fi | Fantasy | Mystery

Directors: Martin Wood, Steve Adelson, Peter DeLuise, Amanda Tapping, Lee Wilson, Any Mikita

Writers: Damian Kindler, Alan McCullough, James Thorpe, Gillian Horvath, Miranda Kwok

Cast: Amanda Tapping, Robin Dunne, Ryan Robbins, Christopher Heyerdahl, Agam Darshi


Dr. Helen Magnus (Amanda Tapping) is a beautiful and enigmatic scientist who seeks out all manner of monstrous creatures. Aided by forensic psychiatrist Dr. Will Zimmerman (Robin Dunne), tech expert Henry Foss (Ryan Robbins), professional con artist Kate Freelander (Agam Darshi) and the mysterious and unpredictable John Druitt (Christopher Heyerdahl), the Sanctuary team tracks down, studies and protects the strange and often terrifying creatures that secretly populate our world.

If you’ve not seen the series… hm. Ok, the idea is that there are beings on earth who are … unusual. People and animals who would be considered “monsters” by most but are referred to as “abnormals” by Dr. Magnus, who
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The Fear Chamber Ready to Slice and Dice in April

Echo Bridge Entertainment has finalized a release date for suspenseful thriller The Fear Chamber. The film is also showing off a newer, higher quality look, with this second movie poster. The Fear Chamber involves a murderous surgeon who likes to remove the organs of young women. This is not a man you want to meet in a dark alley. The Fear Chamber will be available on DVD as of April 27th through DVD retailers and the cast is seasoned with some action genre veterans. Rhett Giles (Contract Killers), Richard Tyson (Black Hawk Down), and Steven Williams (La Heat) star in this gruesome tale. All the details available below, or at the Echo Bridge website.

A synopsis for The Fear Chamber:

"In Los Angeles, a serial killer is prowling the streets, murdering young, healthy women for their organs. Detective Nick Ferguson is not far behind in the trail of dead bodies,
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iMurders in Pasadena July 25

In the works for six years "iMurders" will be released for fans October 13 on DVD and for fans in the Pasadena area there is a limited run on the big screen at the Regency Academy Cinemas. This film involves eight users of "a Facespace chat room" who end up brutalized in a series of bloody murders. Tony Todd (The Candyman, Masters of Horror), William Forsythe (The Devils Rejects) and Brooke Lewis (Kinky Killers) will headline this thrilling piece of film noir that makes a social comment about the perceived safety of internet use. Have a look at the theatrical trailer, synopsis, cast/crew, and limited engagement location inside.

"iMurders" on July 25 at 6:00 (Saturday) here:

1003 E. Colorado Blvd.

Pasadena, CA


A synopsis for "iMurders" here...

"When the participants of an internet chat room are brutally murdered in succession, one person’s past holds the key to the gruesome mystery (Myspace)."

Director: Robbie Bryan.
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The Fear Chamber: Movie Trailer and News

A new grisly thriller involving some very dark subject matter is making the rounds on the horror circuit via teaser trailer and all the latest information on "The Fear Chamber," can be found here. Nightlight Films has acquired North American distribution rights for gory horror flick "The Fear Chamber." Starring veteran actor Richard Tyson, moody Rhett Giles, and scream queen Bianca Barnett the feature involves the black market organ trade that has apparently moved from southeast Asia to North American shores. Shot in 1080p at 24 frames per second the film, in a digital format, will look and feel as if shot on on a quality 35mm reel. Foreign distribution is still being sought and the first disturbing trailer for "The Fear Chamber," can be seen here.

A synopsis for "The Fear Chamber," can be found here...

A highly psychotic man hunts down young women to kill them and sell their organs on the black market.
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