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Berlin Station: Season Three; New Showrunner Named for Epix Drama Series

Berlin Station has a new leader. Deadline reports Jason Horwitch has been named the new showrunner for season three of the Epix TV show.The spy drama stars Richard Armitage as Daniel Miller, a CIA agent who must go undercover in Berlin. The cast also includes Rhys Ifans, Richard Jenkins, Michelle Forbes, Leland Orser, Tamlyn Tomita, and Mina Tander.Read More…
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Berlin Station: Cancelled or Renewed for Season Three on Epix?

Vulture Watch What's going on with Daniel Miller and the CIA's Berlin Station? Is the Berlin Station TV show cancelled or renewed for a third season on Epix? The television vulture is watching all the latest cancellation and renewal news, so this page is the place to track the status of Berlin Station, season three. Bookmark it, or subscribe for the latest updates. Remember, the television vulture is watching your shows. Are you? What's This TV Show About? An Epix spy drama, Berlin Station stars Richard Armitage, Rhys Ifans, Leland Orser, Michelle Forbes, Richard Jenkins, Mina Tander, Ashley Judd, and Keke Palmer. The series centers on Daniel Miller (Armitage). As part of an investigation into a whistleblower, Miller goes to the CIA’s Berlin station on a secret mission to discover the source of the Thomas Shaw leaks. There amidst the other agents and administrators, he discovers a
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Berlin Station: Season Three Renewal Announced for Epix TV Series

In the wake of Sunday night's season two finale, Epix as renewed its Berlin Station TV show for a third season. Check out what executive producer Brad Winters had to say about Berlin Station, season three, earlier this week. The Berlin Station TV series cast includes Richard Armitage, Rhys Ifans, Leland Orser, Michelle Forbes, Richard Jenkins, Mina Tander, Ashley Judd, and Keke Palmer. The Epix spy drama follows Daniel Miller (Armitage). As part of an investigation into a whistleblower, Miller goes the CIA’s Berlin station, to investigate the Thomas Shaw leaks. Read More…
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Berlin Station: Season Three; Epix Ep Talks Future and Season Two Finale

Warning: Berlin Station Season Two Finale Spoilers. Last night, the Berlin Station TV show's season two finale ran on Epix. The cable network has not yet announced whether Berlin Station is cancelled or renewed for season three. Now, executive producer Brad Winters is discussing what measure of closure was provided in the second season and where the spy drama could go in a potential third season. The Berlin Station TV series cast includes Richard Armitage, Rhys Ifans, Leland Orser, Michelle Forbes, Richard Jenkins, Mina Tander, Ashley Judd, and Keke Palmer. The Epix drama follows Daniel Miller (Armitage). As part of an investigation into a whistleblower, Miller heads off to the CIA’s Berlin station on a secret mission to discover the source of the Thomas Shaw leaks. There, he uncovers that they lead all the way back
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Exclusive clip: Berlin Station declared ‘Persona Non Grata’ by German Chancellor in finale

On this weekend’s dramatic Berlin Station finale, a verbal shootout goes down in Ambassador Richard Hanes’ office, ignited by the unfiltered Robert Kirsch (Leland Orser). Berlin Station is declared persona non grata by Esther Krug (Mina Tander) and the Chancellor of Germany. Watch our exclusive clip as Leland Orser’s Kirsch shines brightly in this tense meeting that ends with threats of expulsion and censorship. As fans already know, Hanes (John Doman) and Kirsch have their own issues with each other, but the meeting with Esther Krug and the Foreign Minister of Germany and his petulant aide Stefan goes south quickly...read more
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Berlin Station exclusive: Daniel and Esther cook up a deal in the kitchen

On tonight’s heart-stopping edition of Berlin Station, we see Daniel Miller (Richard Armitage) and Esther Krug (Mina Tander) cooking up more than a snack in the kitchen. Our exclusive clip reveals their relationship has progressed to an intimate level. The episode is aptly titled Right and Wrong, as April (Keke Palmer) is experiencing flashbacks and is on the fence about revealing to Robert (Leland Orser) about Hector’s (Rhys Ifans) true mission, all while Daniel is working quietly to ensure that Hector gets safe passage from the city with help from his peer and now lover, Esther. No spoilers from us,...read more
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Exclusive: Esther asks Daniel what his legacy will be on Berlin Station

Tonight Berlin Station sees the fallout of Otto Ganz’s death as Esther Krug (Mina Tander) asks Daniel Miller (Richard Armitage) what he wants his legacy to be in a poignant exchange, as shown in our exclusive clip below. Also, the Station’s Robert (Leland Orser) and Frost (Richard Jenkins) are following a dirty money trail and head to Norway to investigate where the funds are coming from that go to the PfD. Meanwhile, Station chief Bb Yates (Ashley Judd) and Valerie Edwards (Michelle Forbes) will cook up a new plan involving a member of the Far Right while Esther and Daniel...read more
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Berlin Station exclusive clip: Bb Yates tested and Esther wants answers from Daniel

On Berlin Station tonight, our exclusive clip reveals a clandestine meeting with Daniel Miller (Richard Armitage) called by an irate Esther Krug (Mina Tander) inside a dimly lit grocery store warehouse. She wants answers on her missing operative and Daniel’s plans on how, exactly, he will keep tabs on Otto Ganz (Thomas Kretschmann) and his crew, who are planning a secret terrorist act to coincide with Katerina Gerhardt’s (Natalia Wörner) election. This move by Ganz is designed to cause confusion and garner sympathy to Gerhardt’s fascist protectionist rhetoric with the electorate. It comes on the heels of Robert Kirsch (Leland Orser)...read more
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Berlin Station

Network: Epix. Episodes: Ongoing (hour). Seasons: Ongoing. TV show dates: October 16, 2016 — present. Series status: Has not been cancelled. Performers include: Richard Armitage, Rhys Ifans, Leland Orser, Michelle Forbes, Richard Jenkins, Mina Tander, Ashley Judd, Keke Palmer, Caroline Gooddall, and Tamlyn Tomita. TV show description: A spy drama from creator Olen Steinhauer, the Berlin Station TV show centers on Daniel Miller (Armitage). As part of an investigation into a whistleblower, Miller goes to the CIA's Berlin station on a secret mission to discover the source of the Thomas Shaw leaks. Once an analyst working in Panama, Daniel must acclimate himself to life as a field officer. Luckily, his old friend, the weary but charmismatic Hector DeJean (Ifans),
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Berlin Station: Season Two Trailer Released by Epix

"What the hell are you talking about?" Epix has just released a new trailer for season two of Berlin Station.The spy drama stars Richard Armitage as Daniel Miller, a CIA agent who must go undercover in Berlin. The cast also includes Rhys Ifans, Richard Jenkins, Michelle Forbes, Leland Orser, Tamlyn Tomita, and Mina Tander.Read More…
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Berlin Station: Season Two Renewal for Epix Drama Series

Epix Renews Berlin Station TV Series for Second SeasonCan you hear the train rumbling down the tracks? Epix has renewed its Berlin Station TV show for a second season. Richard Armitage stars as CIA agent Daniel Miller, on assignment in Berlin, Germany. Rhys Ifans, Richard Jenkins, Michelle Forbes, Leland Orser, Tamlyn Tomita, and Mina Tander also star.The first season of this scripted spy drama premiered on October 16th. Deadline reports the renewal is for a 10-episode second season. Epix has not posted the news to its press site, but the cabler has also reportedly picked up a 10-episode second season of its new dramedy, Graves.Read More…
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Fack Ju producer moves to Constantin

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Lena Schömann, producer of box office hit Fack Ju Göhte (Suck Me Shakespeer), is switching to Constantin Film after 12 years at the distributor-producer’s subsidiary Rat Pack Filmproduktion.

Schömann’s credits at Rat Pack included The Crocodiles family film franchise and 3D adventure Wickie and the Treasure of the Gods directed by Christian Ditter..

Together with Becker, she produced writer-director Bora Dagtekin’s box-office hits Turkish For Beginners and Suck Me Shakespeer which has seen by over 7m cinema-goers in Germany alone and has taken over € 52 m since its release last November.

Schömann’s first project at Constantin will be the sequel to Suck Me Shakespeer, which will begin shooting this summer and be released by Constantin Film on September 10, 2015.

Suck Me Shakespeer, which won a German Film Award last month as the country’s most successful feature of 2013, is handled internationally by Berlin-based sales outfit Picture Tree International.

Constantin stays at school

School-based stories are clearly
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Yildiz Ozcan to head up Wuste Film Ost

Zurich -- Yildiz Ozcan will take over as head of German production outfit Wuste Film Ost in October, replacing Sabine Holtgreve.

Her first feature in the new position will be "Dunkel" (Dark) -- a German thriller starring Katharina Thalbach, Mina Tander and Clemens Schick. First-timer Alex Schmidt will direct, with principle photography set to start in November.

Wuste Film Ost is the Potsdam-based satellite division of Hamburg's Wuste Film, whose credits include Fatih Akin's "Head-On," Danish World War II epic "Flame and Citron" (as co-producers) and Anno Saul's sci-fi thriller "The Door" starring Mads Mikkelsen and Jessica Schwarz.
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Slamdance fest lineup announced

The Slamdance competition is open only to under-$1 million budgeted films from first-time filmmakers and runs at the same time as Sundance (in Utah) to show a more truer "independent" film style. This year they've got some great looking films, including a sweet looking vampire flick which has the Karate Kid Ralph Macchio himself, Rosencantz and Guildenstern are Undead. I Sell the Dead which was well received at Tad will be opening the fest. Also playing will be The Broken Lizard's latest film The Slammin' Salmon, and Mum and Dad.

Checkout the full lineup after the break!

Narrative Feature Competition

The Ante

Max Perrier (Director), Danek S. Kaus, James Chancellor & Simon Perrier (Writers)

West Coast Premiere, Black Comedy/Thriller, 2006, Canada, 82 minutes

An innocent man becomes the killer everyone wants him to be when he gambles with his freedom in order to save it.

A Quiet Little Marriage

Mo Perkins (Director/Writer)

Utah Premiere,
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