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White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki Is Drawing Uncanny Comparisons to This Scandal Star

White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki Is Drawing Uncanny Comparisons to This Scandal Star
Abby Whelan? Is that you?  As President Joe Biden's press secretary made her grand entrance this week with her first White House briefings, Scandal fans felt like they were experiencing déjà vu.  Viewers of the ABC drama quickly noticed the remarkable resemblance between actual government employee Jen Psaki and the red-headed character Abby Whelan, played by actress Darby Stanchfield on Scandal. Abby likewise served as White House press secretary on the show, until she became the chief of staff to the fictional President Fitzgerald Grant.  As one Twitter user wrote, "Jen Psaki is giving me boring Abby Whelan vibes and I'm Loving...
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Locke & Key: Season One Viewer Votes

Locke & Key: Season One Viewer Votes
Are there some doors that shouldn't be opened in the first season of the Locke & Key TV show on Netflix? As we all know, the Nielsen ratings typically play a big role in determining whether a TV show like Locke & Key is cancelled or renewed for season two. Netflix and other streaming platforms, however, collect their own data. If you've been watching this TV series, we'd love to know how you feel about the first season episodes of Locke & Key here. *Status Update Below

A Netflix supernatural horror drama, Locke & Key stars Darby Stanchfield, Connor Jessup, Emilia Jones, Jackson Robert Scott, Emilia Jones, Laysla De Oliveira, and Griffin Gluck. The story follows the Locke family -- mother Nina (Stanchfield); eldest son Tyler (Jessup); daughter Kinsey (Jones); and Bode (Scott), the youngest son. The family moves into their mysterious
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Locke & Key: Season Two? Has the Netflix Series Been Cancelled or Renewed Yet?

Locke & Key: Season Two? Has the Netflix Series Been Cancelled or Renewed Yet?
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Should this series be locked away? Has the Locke & Key TV show been cancelled or renewed for a second season on Netflix? The television vulture is watching all the latest cancellation and renewal news, so this page is the place to track the status of Locke & Key, season two. Bookmark it, or subscribe for the latest updates. Remember, the television vulture is watching your shows. Are you?

What's This TV Show About?

Streaming on the Netflix subscription service, Locke & Key is a supernatural-horror drama series that stars Darby Stanchfield, Connor Jessup, Emilia Jones, Jackson Robert Scott, Petrice Jones, Laysla De Oliveira, and Griffin Gluck. The story follows the Locke family -- mother Nina (Stanchfield); eldest son Tyler (Jessup); daughter Kinsey (Jones); and Bode (Scott), the youngest son. The family moves into their mysterious ancestral home in Massachusetts after the gruesome murder of the
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Locke & Key: Season Three; Netflix Series Renewed Ahead of Season Two Premiere

Locke & Key:  Season Three; Netflix Series Renewed Ahead of Season Two Premiere
The world of Locke & Key isn't going away soon. Netflix has renewed the supernatural-horror drama series for a third season, ahead of the second season's 2021 premiere.

Based on the comic books by Joe Hill and Gabriel Rodríguez, Locke & Key stars Darby Stanchfield, Connor Jessup, Emilia Jones, Jackson Robert Scott, Petrice Jones, Laysla De Oliveira, and Griffin Gluck. The story follows the Locke family -- mother Nina (Stanchfield); eldest son Tyler (Jessup); daughter Kinsey (Jones); and Bode (Scott), the youngest son. The family moves into their mysterious ancestral home in Massachusetts after the gruesome murder of the clan's patriarch, Rendell (Bill Heck). The kids discover that the house has magical keys that give them a vast array of powers and abilities. Unknown to them, a devious demon also wants the keys, and will stop at nothing to attain
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"Locke and Key" Locks Up Season Three

According to TorontoFilm.Net, the supernatural thriller TV series "Locke & Key", based on the Idw comic book title, starring Darby Stanchfield, Connor Jessup, Emilia Jones, Jackson Robert Scott, Laysla De Oliveira, Aaron Ashmore, Petrice Jones and Griffin Gluck, has been renewed for a third season, streaming in 2022 on Netflix:

"...the coming-of-age supernatural drama follows the 'Locke' siblings after their father is killed under mysterious circumstances. The three siblings and their mother move into their ancestral home, 'Keyhouse', which they discover is full of magical keys that may be connected to their father's death. As the Locke children explore the different keys and their unique powers, a mysterious demon awakens — and will stop at nothing to steal the keys..."

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Netflix Renews Locke & Key For Season 3

Netflix Renews Locke & Key For Season 3
Locke & Key has only aired one season to date, after premiering this past February, but Netflix clearly has enough faith in the show to renew it for a third run. The good news arrived today, as the supernatural thriller series, based on the hit comic books from Joe “Stephen King’s son” Hill and Gabriel Rodriguez, comes to the end of production of its second season in Toronto. With the renewal in the bag, the next outing will start filming early in 2021, ahead of it landing on the streamer at an unspecified date.

Locke & Key was developed for TV by exec producers Meredith Averill and Carlton Cuse and news of season 3 being on the way arrives with the announcement that Averill has signed an overall exclusive deal with Netflix to develop various other series and projects for the company. The show is also exec produced by It filmmakers
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Netflix Unlocks More Locke & Key as Season 3 Ordered

Netflix Unlocks More Locke & Key as Season 3 Ordered
Locke & Key's reign at Netflix will continue.

The streamer on Friday confirmed that a third season of the graphic novel adaptation will be produced.

“[EPs] Carlton [Cuse] and Meredith [Averill] have built an incredible world in Locke & Key, and we’re excited to have the Lockes return for more in the third season,” said Brian Wright, vice president of overall deals at Netflix, while Cuse added, “We have some incredible adventures in store for the Locke family in Season 3 and could not be more excited to continue telling our story with our great partners at Netflix.”

After their father is murdered under mysterious circumstances, the three Locke siblings and their mother move into their ancestral home, Keyhouse, which they discover is full of magical keys that may be connected to their father’s death.

As the Locke children explore the different keys and their unique powers, a mysterious demon awakens
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Locke & Key Renewed for a Third Season by Netflix

Locke & Key Renewed for a Third Season by Netflix
When Daily Dead took part in a Locke & Key roundtable call earlier this year, co-showrunner (along with Carlton Cuse) Meredith Averill said that they have "...stories for a few seasons to come percolating in our brains...", and it looks like that statement is becoming a reality, because not only was the show renewed for a second season back in March, it's now been renewed for a third season by Netflix before the second season has even premiered.

Multiple outlets are reporting the renewal news, including The Hollywood Reporter, along with the announcement that Meredith Averill has signed a deal with Netflix for "TV and other projects."

Here's what co-showrunner Cuse had to say about the season 3 renewal (via THR):

"We have some incredible adventures in store for the Locke family in season 3, and could not be more excited to continue telling our story with our great partners at Netflix.
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Locke & Key Renewed for Season 3 at Netflix, Ahead of Season 2 Premiere

Locke & Key Renewed for Season 3 at Netflix, Ahead of Season 2 Premiere
Locke & Key just got a big vote of confidence from Netflix: The streamer has renewed its comic book adaptation for Season 3, well ahead of its Season 2 premiere.

Production on the drama’s sophomore season is slated to wrap in December, with eyes on a 2021 premiere date. Season 3 production will get underway in the new year, as well.

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‘Locke and Key’ Gets Early Season 3 Renewal at Netflix

‘Locke and Key’ Gets Early Season 3 Renewal at Netflix
“Locke and Key” has been renewed for Season 3 at Netflix before its second season has even landed a premiere date, TheWrap has learned.

That news comes as Meredith Averill, who is co-showrunner on the fantasy series with Carlton Cuse, has signed an overall deal with Netflix that will see her develop new projects for the streaming service.

The second season of “Locke & Key” is currently in production in Toronto, with filming expected to wrap this week and the plan is for Season 3 production to begin immediately in the new year. Netflix expects to launch “Locke & Key” Season 2 in 2021.

“Locke and Key” was renewed for Season 2 back in March, just over a month after the series debuted on Netflix.

Starring Darby Stanchfield, Connor Jessup, Emilia Jones, Jackson Robert Scott, Laysla De Oliveira, Aaron Ashmore, Petrice Jones and Griffin Gluck, Season 1 of the long-awaited television adaptation of Joe Hill and
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‘Locke and Key’ Renewed for Season 3 at Netflix Ahead of Season 2 Premiere

‘Locke and Key’ Renewed for Season 3 at Netflix Ahead of Season 2 Premiere
“Locke and Key” has been renewed for Season 3 at Netflix.

In addition, series executive producer and co-showrunner Meredith Averill has signed an overall deal with Netflix for TV and other projects.

News of the renewal comes ahead of the debut of the show’s second season, which is set to launch in 2021. Production is wrapping on Season 2 this week in Toronto, with production on Season 3 set to kick off in early 2021. Season 2 of the show was announced back in March.

“I’m incredibly grateful to have found a home at Netflix where I feel constantly supported, challenged and inspired,” Averill said. “I look forward to continuing and expanding our relationship.”

“Locke and Key” has had a long and troubled path to the screen, as Averill and her fellow co-showrunner Carlton Cuse explained in an interview with Variety earlier this year.

The series is based on the Idw Entertainment comic book
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‘Locke & Key’ Renewed For Season 3 At Netflix As Co-Showrunner Meredith Averill Signs Overall Deal With Streamer

‘Locke & Key’ Renewed For Season 3 At Netflix As Co-Showrunner Meredith Averill Signs Overall Deal With Streamer
The Keepers of the Keys will continue as Netflix has handed supernatural thriller Locke & Key a third season.

Co-showrunner Meredith Averill has also signed an overall deal with the streamer for TV series and other projects.

It comes as production on season two is set to wrap in Toronto this week and filming for season three will pick up immediately in the new year. Season two will air in 2021.

The show, which comes from Averill and co-showrunner and exec producer Carlton Cuse, was renewed for a second season in March, a month after the first season launched. The first season of Locke and Key starred Darby Stanchfield, Connor Jessup, Emilia Jones, Jackson Robert Scott, Laysla De Oliveira, Aaron Ashmore, Petrice Jones, and Griffin Gluck.

Based on the comic books by Joe Hill and Gabriel Rodríguez, the coming-of-age supernatural drama follows the Locke siblings after their father is murdered under mysterious circumstances.
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‘Locke & Key’: Brendan Hines, Aaron Ashmore & Hallea Jones Join Season 2 As Series Regulars

‘Locke & Key’: Brendan Hines, Aaron Ashmore & Hallea Jones Join Season 2 As Series Regulars
Exclusive: Aaron Ashmore and Hallea Jones, who recurred on the first season of Netflix’s Locke & Key, have been promoted to series regulars for season 2, and The Tick alum Brendan Hines has joined as a new series regular. Additionally, Liyou Abere has been tapped to guest star. Production on Season 2 recently resumed in Toronto amid strict Covid-19 guidelines.

An adaptation of the bestselling Idw Comics graph novels by writer Joe Hill and artist Gabriel Rodriguez, the coming-of-age supernatural drama follows the Locke siblings after their father is murdered under mysterious circumstances. The three siblings and their mother move into their ancestral home, Keyhouse, which they discover is full of magical keys that may be connected to their father’s death. As the Locke children explore the different keys and their unique powers, a mysterious demon awakens — and will stop at nothing to steal them.

Hines will play Josh Bennett,
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Netflix’s ‘Locke & Key’ To Return To Production In Toronto Later This Month

Netflix’s ‘Locke & Key’ To Return To Production In Toronto Later This Month
Exclusive: The Locke siblings are set to resume their roles as Keepers of the Keys as production on Netflix’s Locke & Key is set to resume later this month.

Deadline understands that filming will resume on September 21 at Cinespace Film Studios in Toronto, Canada. The plan is to film through to the end of March for the second season of the adaptation of the comic book series.

This comes after the streamer handed the show, which is based on the books by Joe Hill and Gabriel Rodríguez, a second season in March, a month after the first season launched.

The first season of Locke and Key starred Darby Stanchfield, Connor Jessup, Emilia Jones, Jackson Robert Scott, Laysla De Oliveira, Aaron Ashmore, Petrice Jones, and Griffin Gluck.

The coming-of-age supernatural drama follows the Locke siblings after their father is murdered under mysterious circumstances. The three siblings and their mother move into their ancestral home,
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Emmys 2020 exclusive: Netflix categories for ‘The Crown,’ ‘Ozark,’ Stranger Things’ and more

Emmys 2020 exclusive: Netflix categories for ‘The Crown,’ ‘Ozark,’ Stranger Things’ and more
In a Gold Derby exclusive, we have learned the category placements of the key Emmy Awards contenders for Netflix. For this season, the streamer has returning hits “After Life” (Ricky Gervais), “Black Mirror” (Andrew Scott), “The Crown”, “Dead to Me”, “Glow” (Alison Brie), “The Kominsky Method” (Michael Douglas), “Ozark”, “Stranger Things” (Winona Ryder) as part of their 2020 campaign. Newcomers include “#blackAF” (Kenya Barris), “Living with Yourself” (Paul Rudd), “The Politician”, “Space Force” (Steve Carell) and “The Witcher” (Henry Cavill).

Below, the list of Netflix lead, supporting and guest submissions for their comedy, drama, TV movies and limited series. We’ve also got the full list of titles for variety, reality and other major genres. More names might be added by the studio on the final Emmy ballot. Also note that performers not included on this list may well be submitted by their personal reps.

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Fanatic Feed: The Blacklist's New Series Regular, Scandal's New Streaming Home, and More!

Fanatic Feed: The Blacklist's New Series Regular, Scandal's New Streaming Home, and More!
Here is a wrap up of all the news you need to know from Thursday, May 7, 2020.

NBC's The Blacklist has a new series regular for Season 8.

The hit drama has promoted Laura Sohn, who recurs as FBI Agent Alina Park.

TV Line first reported the news.

Sohn arrived on The Blacklist Season 7 Episode 7, and took over the job left by the exit of Mozhan Marno's Samar.

Alina quickly became a fan-favorite, and we're sure she will continue to make a big impact on Season 8.

The series was forced to shut down due to the Coronavirus pandemic, with multiple episodes unproduced.

In order to bring the season to a close, the episode will feature a mix of live-action and animated scenes.

Yes, really.

It will certainly make for a different kind of finale.

Meanwhile, Apple TV+ drama Defending Jacob is set to introduce a key recurring player this week in J.K. Simmons.
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All 7 Seasons of ‘Scandal’ Head To Hulu After Netflix Run

All 7 Seasons of ‘Scandal’ Head To Hulu After Netflix Run
Hulu has snagged the rights to ABC Studios’ and Shondaland’s critically praised series Scandal. All seven seasons of the hit drama will begin streaming exclusively on Hulu beginning May 20, after ABC Studios’ deal with Netflix expires.

Created by Shonda Rhimes, Scandal stars Kerry Washington as political fixer Olivia Pope. The Washington, DC drama centers around Pope (Washington) and her team of associates who sacrifice their time, and often their morals, to “handle” unimaginable crises affecting the nation’s elite. Throughout its seven seasons, Scandal‘s storylines have explored political culture, gender disparities, sexual politics and race in America.

Series also stars Guillermo Diaz as Huck, Darby Stanchfield as Abby Whelan, Katie Lowes as Quinn Perkins, Tony Goldwyn as President Fitzgerald Grant, Jeff Perry as Cyrus, Bellamy Young as First Lady Mellie Grant, Joshua Malina as David Rosen, Scott Foley as Jake Ballard, Portia De Rossi
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Hulu Nabs ‘Scandal’ Streaming Rights to All 7 Seasons Away From Netflix

Hulu Nabs ‘Scandal’ Streaming Rights to All 7 Seasons Away From Netflix
Get the popcorn and wine ready, Hulu subscribers: “Scandal,” Shonda Rhimes’ primetime political drama series, is jumping from Netflix to Hulu later this month.

All seven seasons of “Scandal” — 124 episodes in all — will begin streaming exclusively on Hulu as of May 20, when the show will no longer be on Netflix in the U.S. The series was created by Rhimes and stars Kerry Washington as political fixer Olivia Pope.

The Washington, D.C.-set drama centers around a team of crisis-management operatives who sacrifice their time — and often their ethics — to “handle” unimaginable crises affecting the nation’s elite. Over its seven seasons, “Scandal” storylines have explored political culture, gender disparities, sexual politics and race in America.

Scandal” was produced by ABC Studios. Rhimes and producing partner Betsy Beers, Mark Fish, Mark Wilding and Tom Verica are executive producers.

Scandal” aired on ABC from 2012-18 where it was a stalwart ratings driver.
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‘Locke & Key’s Emilia Jones on That Ending and What She Wants from Season 2

‘Locke & Key’s Emilia Jones on That Ending and What She Wants from Season 2
After first being released in comic book form by Joe Hill and Gabriel Rodríguez in 2009, the source material for Locke & Key took a very long road before finally making its way to Netflix in February 2020. Now in the hands of co-showrunners Carlton Cuse and Meredith Averill (The Haunting of Hill House) and already picked up for a second season, the story follows the Locke family – Nina (Darby Stanchfield), Tyler (Connor Jessup), Kinsey (Emilia Jones) and Bode (Jackson Robert Scott) – as they move to their ancestral home, known as Keyhouse. While dealing with …
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Locke and Key: Season Two Renewal Announced for Netflix Series

Locke and Key: Season Two Renewal Announced for Netflix Series
The mysteries of Locke & Key will continue. Netflix just announced they've renewed the TV show for a second season.

The supernatural horror series follows the Locke family — mother Nina (Darby Stanchfield); eldest son Tyler (Connor Jessup); daughter Kinsey (Petrice Jones); and Bode (Jackson Robert Scott), the youngest son. The family moves into their mysterious ancestral home in Massachusetts after the gruesome murder of the clan’s patriarch, Rendell (Bill Heck). The kids discover that the house has magical keys that give them a vast array of powers and abilities. Unknown to them, a devious demon also wants the keys, and will stop at nothing to attain them.

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