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Tin Star: Season Two Viewer Votes

Are you rooting for Jim Worth or Jack Devlin, during the second season of the Tin Star TV show on Amazon Prime Video? As we all know, the Nielsen ratings typically play a big role in determining whether a TV show like Tin Star is cancelled or renewed for season three. Amazon 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 Tin Star season two episodes. We invite you to rate them for us, here. *Status update below.

An Amazon crime drama with a dark comedic streak, Tin Star stars Tim Roth, Genevieve O’Reilly, Abigail Lawrie, Christina Hendricks, Ian Puleston-Davies, Oliver Coopersmith, Lynda Boyd, Ryan Kennedy, Sarah Podemski, Anamaria Marinca, John Lynch, and Michelle Thrush. The British-Canadian series unfolds in the Canadian Rockies and
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Tin Star

Network: Amazon.

Episodes: 26 (hour).

Seasons: Three.

TV show dates: September 29, 2017 — Tbd.

Series status: Ending.

Performers include: Tim Roth, Genevieve O'Reilly, Abigail Lawrie, Christina Hendricks, Ian Puleston-Davies, Oliver Coopersmith, Lynda Boyd, Ryan Kennedy, Sarah Podemski, Anamaria Marinca, Christopher Heyerdahl, John Lynch, Michelle Thrush, Stephen Walters, Roark Critchlow, Kevin Hanchard, Jenessa Grant, and Nigel Bennett.

TV show description:

From creator Rowan Joffe, the Tin Star TV show is a British-Canadian crime drama, with a darkly comedic bent, unfolding in the Canadian Rockies. The series centers on former London undercover police detective Jim Worth (Roth), the newly minted police chief of Little Big Bear.

A dedicated family man, cop, and recovering alcoholic, Jim uprooted his family and moved
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Tin Star: Is the Amazon TV Series Cancelled or Renewed for Season Three?

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Is Jim Worth coming back for more? Has the Tin Star TV show been cancelled or renewed for a third season on Amazon? The television vulture is watching all the latest TV cancellation and renewal news, so this page is the place to track the status of Tin Star 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 Amazon Prime Video crime drama with a dark comedic streak, Tin Star stars Tim Roth, Genevieve O’Reilly, Abigail Lawrie, Christina Hendricks, Ian Puleston-Davies, Oliver Coopersmith, Lynda Boyd, Ryan Kennedy, Sarah Podemski, Anamaria Marinca, John Lynch, and Michelle Thrush. The British-Canadian series unfolds in the Canadian Rockies and centers on former London undercover police detective Jim Worth (Roth), the newly minted police chief of Little Big Bear. While he's
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San Francisco ‘Doodler’ Killer Subject Of Crime Series From UK Outfit Ugly Duckling Films

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Exclusive: UK production company Ugly Duckling Films, whose features include 2013 sci-fi Coherence and Lena Headey-starrer The Broken, is in development on its first TV project: crime series We Are Your Children based on San Francisco’s ‘Doodler’ serial killer.

The series, about the 1970’s killer who targeted San Francisco’s gay community, is being scripted by emerging Brit writer Ryan Brown. The murderer became known as the ‘Doodler’ from the elaborate drawings of his victims that he’d leave behind at the scenes of his crimes. At the time, two of his victims survived and identified a man, but refused to testify in court and the man was never charged.

Inspired by these events, the series will see a female cop unite with a gay rights activist and drag queen after the targeted homosexual killings disrupts the city. Ingenious Media arranged early development funding on the project.

Until recently,
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Beta Cinema boards 'The Bike Thief' starring Alec Secareanu; first look (exclusive)

Project is the directing debut of Matt Chambers.

Munich-based powerhouse Beta Cinema has boarded international sales on The Bike Thief, Matt Chambers’ feature directing debut starring God’s Own Country actor Alec Secareanu and 4 Months, 3 Weeks And 2 Days actress Anamaria Marinca.

UK producers Ellipsis Pictures and Ugly Duckling Films have also released a first look at Secareanu in the film, which sees the actor clad in motorcycle gear.

Based on an original idea by director Chambers, the screenplay, which was on the 2018 Brit List, follows a Romanian family living in London. The father (Secareanu) delivers pizzas for a living,
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Pawel Pawlikowski’s ‘Cold War’ Wins for Best Film, Director at European Film Awards

  • Variety
Pawel Pawlikowski’s ‘Cold War’ Wins for Best Film, Director at European Film Awards
“Cold War,” Pawel Pawlikowski’s black-and-white romance set in the 1950s, scooped the prizes for best film, director and screenplay at the 31st edition of the European Film Awards on Saturday.

“Cold War” star Joanna Kulig also won the award for best actress. Marcello Fonte, the star of Matteo Garrone’s “Dogman,” won for best actor.

Armando Iannucci’s political satire “The Death of Stalin” won for best European comedy. Adapted from the French graphic novel by Fabien Nury and Thierry Robin, “The Death of Stalin” is a comic look at how Joseph Stalin’s stroke in 1953 threw the U.S.S.R. into chaos and inspired a mad power grab among his top advisors.

“This is very brave of you. This movie was banned in Russia,” Iannucci said upon picking up his award onstage. The British writer-director added that he loved Europe and made a joke about Brexit.

Lukas Dhont’s “Girl,
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Mars Season 2 Review (Spoiler-Free)

The narrative elements take center stage in Mars season 2, but the inclusion of non-fiction parallels is still a unique aspect of the show.

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When Nat Geo’s Mars first hit the scene, it was praised for its successful blending of speculative fiction and documentary-style non-fiction, but it was also criticized for the imbalance between an understated story of the future and a much more interesting look at the present-day state of our Mars aspirations. Viewers may be happy to hear that when the series returns on November 12, they’ll notice a shift towards a much more dramatic tale of love and loss on the red planet, but with that change of focus comes the occasional deficiency in the illustrative examples from our own situation on Earth.

In some episodes of the new season, the non-fiction explorations perfectly mirror what’s going on in the story of the Mars colonists,
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A New Trailer For Sky’s ‘Tin Star’ Season 2 Has Arrived

A new trailer for the second season of Sky Atlantic’s Tin Star has just dropped on the cabler’s YouTube channel. The Tim Roth-led series returns to our screens in January.

Roth stars as ex-Police Chief Jim Worth in the show, which is created by Rowan Joffe. Christina Hendricks, Genevieve O’Reilly, Abigail Lawrie, John Lynch, Anamaria Marinca and Jenessa Grant make up the incredible cast of this excellent original.

Here’s the official blurb:

After being left destroyed by the chaos that had followed Jim and his alcoholic alter ego Jack Devlin (Tim Roth) from the UK, this new series picks up where we left our unlikely hero, cut off in the remote Rockies wilderness with his grieving and shell-shocked family struggling to come to terms with their ordeal. Seeking refuge from her own parents, Anna is taken in by the God-fearing Nickel family, headed up by
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Tin Star season 2: first trailer drops

Kirsten Howard Sep 24, 2018

Sky Atlantic has given us a first peek at life after Tin Star's season 1 cliffhanger...

Sky Atlantic are bringing us a second season of Tin Star in January, and we've now got our first proper look at it.

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Did Jim Worth (Tim Roth) bite the bullet (sorry) after the final moments of season 1? Well, don't watch the first trailer below if you want to be kept completely spoiler free...

Jim's daughter Anna may well have slipped into this new Ammonite congregation and been taken under the wing of Pastor Johan Nickel (John Lynch), but the whole community is about to be tested by the return of our familiar, and seemingly not-so-dead, patriarch.

Anamaria Marinca (The Missing) and Jenessa Grant
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Sky Unveils First-Look At Season Two Of Tim Roth-Fronted Arctic Crime Drama ‘Tin Star’

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Sky Unveils First-Look At Season Two Of Tim Roth-Fronted Arctic Crime Drama ‘Tin Star’
Tim Roth is back as ex-police chief Jim Worth in the second season of Sky drama Tin Star and the pay-tv broadcaster has unveiled the first images.

The first season launched on Sky Atlantic in the UK and Amazon in the U.S. last year.

After being left destroyed by the chaos that had followed Jim and his alcoholic alter ego Jack Devlin, played by Roth from the UK, the second season picks up with the unlikely hero cut off in the remote Rockies wilderness with his grieving and shell-shocked family struggling to come to terms with their ordeal. Seeking refuge from her own parents, Anna is taken in by the God-fearing Nickel family, headed up by Pastor Johan, played by John Lynch, his wife Sarah, played by Anamaria Marinca, and daughter Rosa, played by Jenessa Grant, and hidden with the Ammonites – a religious community close to Little Big Bear.
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The Missing

Network: Starz

Episodes: 16 (hour)

Seasons: Two

TV show dates: November 15, 2014 -- April 2, 2017

Series status: Has not been cancelled

Performers include: James Nesbitt, Frances O'Connor, Tchéky Karyo, Jason Flemyng, Ken Stott, Diana Quick, Arsher Ali, Titus De Voogdt, Saïd Taghmaoui, Anastasia Hille, Oliver Hunt, Jean-François Wolff, Eric Godon, Émilie Dequenne, Anamaria Marinca, Johan Leysen, David Morrissey, Keeley Hawes, Jake Davies, Abigail Hardingham, Laura Fraser, and Roger Allam.

TV show description:      

This anthology TV series follows a new case with new characters in a new location each season. The story unfolds over multiple time frames simultaneously.

The first season begins when a five year-old boy named Oliver (Oliver Hunt) disappears while on holiday in France. This event starts a nearly decade-long search for his whereabouts. Viewers are taken inside the mind of the boy's
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Inner chaos by Anne-Katrin Titze

Susanna Nicchiarelli's Nico, 1988‬ star ‪Trine Dyrholm‬: "It's so important to have such complex female characters on screen." Photo: Anne-Katrin Titze

"This is Berlin, my darling, it's burning," says a mother to her daughter. The child is to become The Velvet Underground and Andy Warhol icon known as Nico. Susanna Nicchiarelli's Nico, 1988, a highlight of the Tribeca Film Festival and the Horizons Award Best Film winner at last year's Venice International Film Festival, stars an outstanding Trine Dyrholm as Christa Päffgen (Nico's birth name). John Gordon Sinclair is her hapless manager Richard, Thomas Trabacchi music collaborator Domenico, Sandor Funtek is Christa's lost son Ari, Anamaria Marinca is violinst Sylvia, and Karina Fernandez is Laura.

Nico (Trine Dyrholm) with her son Ari (Sandor Funtek): "It's a universal film. It's a film about a mother, a woman, an artist, a war generation, a human being."

Nicchiarelli's extraordinary film, produced by
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‘Nico, 1988’ Review: Offbeat Biopic of Late Singer Gives Her Inner Life

‘Nico, 1988’ Review: Offbeat Biopic of Late Singer Gives Her Inner Life
The woman you see in Susanna Nicchiarelli’s extraordinary Nico, 1988 is not the Nico you know — the icy Teutonic chanteuse who blessed Velvet Underground tunes like “All Tomorrow’s Parties” with her incomparable intercontinental monotone, the model who shows up in La Dolce Vita, the downtown muse who hung with Warhol and hooked up with Jim Morrison. “I’m here with Lou Reed’s femme fatale!” chirps an obnoxiously cheery D.J. during a Manchester radio interview. “Don’t call me that. I don’t like it,” replies the singer
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Official Trailer for Susanna Nicchiarelli's Music Biopic Film 'Nico, 1988'

"I don't need everybody to like me, I don't care." Magnolia Pictures has debuted the trailer for a film titled Nico, 1988, a music biopic profiling the life of singer-songwriter Christa Päffgen, better known by her stage name "Nico". She was one of Andy Warhol's muses and also the celebrated vocalist for The Velvet Underground, until she tragically died at age 49 in 1988. "Writer-director Susanna Nicchiarelli dives deep into the anguished and scattered psychology of Nico’s final years. She blends a tangible reverence for her subject with dark humor, crafting a riveting examination of a fragile artist constantly pushed to perform." Danish actress Trine Dyrholm stars as Nico, along with John Gordon Sinclair, Anamaria Marinca, Sandor Funtek, Thomas Trabacchi, Karina Fernandez, Calvin Demba, and Francesco Colella. The film premiered at the Venice Film Festival last year, and hit a bunch of other festivals before its release. Here's the official Us
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Sky Announces Cast for Second Season of ‘Tin Star’ (Exclusive)

  • Variety
Tim Roth and Christina Hendricks are set to return for a second season of Sky’s original crime drama “Tin Star,” the satcaster has confirmed. The cast for the 10-part second series, which will air in 2019, will also include Irish actor John Lynch, Romanian actress Anamaria Marinca and Canadian actress Jenessa Grant.

Created by Rowan Joffe, “Tin Star” proved a hit for Sky when it premiered on Sky Atlantic in Britain last September. Amazon has the show in the U.S.

Sky had already announced a second season was planned, but no casting was confirmed. Genevieve O’Reilly and Abigail Lawrie will also return for the second season, which is currently filming in Calgary, Canada.

The Fall” actor Lynch most recently featured in AMC’s “The Terror.” Marinca saw her breakout out role in Cannes Palme d’Or winner “4 Months, 3 Weeks and 2 Days” in 2007 and recently starred
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Best Cannes Directors of the 21st Century

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Best Cannes Directors of the 21st Century
There’s nothing like a rousing walk up the Cannes red carpet, flashbulbs exploding, plus lengthy standing ovations after the premiere, to feed a filmmaker’s hungry ego. Although the world’s most glamorous film festival can be reticent to anoint new auteurs before they are given credit elsewhere, each year’s 20 directors competing for the Palme d’Or each comprise a class photo of master filmmakers with a far reach; they know building your foreign profile improves global box office returns.

Cannes Film Festival director Thierry Frémaux and his predecessor, Gilles Jacob, have nurtured generations of working auteurs. Check out the IndieWire film staff’s countdown of 25 living directors who have thrilled and stirred us on the Croisette this century, undaunted by rigid festival etiquette and the massive international stage.

25. Lee Chang-dong

Lars von Trier may grab more headlines, but the real reason to get excited about this year
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‘Nico, 1988’ Review: Trine Dyrholm Brings the Chelsea Girl Back to Life in a Singular Biopic — Tribeca

‘Nico, 1988’ Review: Trine Dyrholm Brings the Chelsea Girl Back to Life in a Singular Biopic — Tribeca
A little girl stands on the outskirts of Berlin and watches from a distance as orange fire melts the city into a shapeless candied glow. Twenty years later, she reappears as a blonde chanteuse in Andy Warhol’s New York City, her stage name attached to one of the most influential records in the history of popular music. Twenty years after that, she sits in a Manchester radio station, patchy and strung out and shutting down any questions about her stint with The Velvet Underground — she’ll be dead in two years, but it looks as if she’s already decomposing.

The first 90 seconds of Susanna Nicchiarelli’s gloomy and grounded biopic visit all three of these periods (though the rest of it is almost exclusively set in the last one), “Nico, 1988” introducing its subject as someone who can’t extricate her present from her past. Several decades into a tortured and compelling solo career,
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‘Ghost in the Shell’ Review

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Stars: Scarlett Johansson, Pilou Asbæk, Takeshi Kitano, Juliette Binoche, Michael Pitt, Chin Han, Danusia Samal, Lasarus Ratuere, Yutaka Izumihara, Tawanda Manyimo, Anamaria Marinca | Written by Jamie Moss, William Wheeler, Ehren Kruger | Directed by Rupert Sanders

Based on the famous Kodansha Comics manga series of the same name, written and illustrated by Masamune Shirow, Ghost in the Shell follows Major (Scarlett Johansson), a special ops, one-of-a-kind human-cyborg hybrid, who believes she was rescued from near death. The first of her kind, Major is a human mind inside an artificial body designed to fight the war against cyber-crime. While investigating a dangerous criminal, Major makes a shocking discovery – the corporation that created her lied about her past life in order to control her. Unsure what to believe, Major will stop at nothing to unravel the mystery of her true identity and exact revenge against the corporation she was built to serve.

Ok,
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Blu-ray Review: The Girl With All The Gifts (2017): A Zombie Movie with Few Gifts

The Girl with All the Gifts (2016) Blu-ray Review, a movie starring Gemma Arterton, Paddy Considine, Glenn Close, Sennia Nanua, Dominique Tipper, and Anamaria Marinca. Release Date: April 25, 2017 Plot “Humanity has been all but destroyed by a fungal disease that eradicates free will and turns its victims into flesh-eating “hungries.” Only a small group of children seems to be [...]

Continue reading: Blu-ray Review: The Girl With All The Gifts (2017): A Zombie Movie with Few Gifts
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Second Opinion – Ghost in the Shell (2017)

Ghost in the Shell, 2017.

Directed by Rupert Sanders.

Starring Scarlett Johansson, Pilou Asbaek, Takeshi Kitano, Juliette Binoche, Michael Carmen Pitt, Peter Ferdinando, Danusia Samal, Lasarus Ratuere, Anamaria Marinca, and Chin Han.

Synopsis:

In the near future, Major is the first of her kind: A human saved from a terrible crash, who is cyber-enhanced to be a perfect soldier devoted to stopping the world’s most dangerous criminals.

Ghost in the Shell is a live-action Anime. Right about now you might be saying “No shit, Sherlock, it’s based on a revered Japanese Manga and popular 1995 Anime movie” and other such relevant information, but what I mean by my lede is that this is the first film that actually looks and feels like a successful transition from Japanese artistry to American Hollywood film. Everything from the visuals, to the appearances of individual characters, to the cyberpunk fantasy setting, all the way
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