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Into the Badlands: Season Three Ratings

Despite a sizable drop in the ratings during its sophomore outing, the Into the Badlands TV show was still the top rated AMC TV series that doesn't use the words Walking Dead in its title. Now the post-apocalyptic adventure is back for a third season. Can it stanch the bleeding or even rebuild its audience this time around? Will Into the Badlands be cancelled or renewed for season four? Stay tuned. An AMC martial arts drama, Into the Badlands stars Daniel Wu, Eleanor Matsuura, Stephen Lang, Sherman Augustus, Babu Ceesay, Orla Brady, Aramis Knight, Emily Beecham, Ally Ioannides, Lorraine Toussaint, Ella-Rae Smith, Lewis Tan, Dean-Charles Chapman, and Nick Frost. The series unfolds centuries into the future in a feudal society called the Badlands.   Season three kicks off after Veil's death. Sunny (Wu) and his son, Henry, are living off
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Into the Badlands on AMC: Cancelled or Renewed for Season Four?

Vulture Watch How many more times must Sunny venture into the Badlands? Has the Into the Badlands TV show been cancelled or renewed for a fourth season on AMC? The television vulture is watching all the latest cancellation and renewal news, so this page is the place to track the status of Into the Badlands, season four. 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 AMC martial arts drama, Into the Badlands stars Daniel Wu, Eleanor Matsuura, Stephen Lang, Sherman Augustus, Babu Ceesay, Orla Brady, Aramis Knight, Emily Beecham, Ally Ioannides, Lorraine Toussaint, Ella-Rae Smith, Lewis Tan, Dean-Charles Chapman, and Nick Frost. The post-apocalyptic series unfolds centuries into the future, in a feudal society called the Badlands. Season three kicks off after Veil’s death.
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Emmys 2018 exclusive: AMC and Sundance categories for ‘McMafia,’ ‘The Terror,’ ‘The Walking Dead’ and more

In a Gold Derby exclusive, we have learned the category placements of the key Emmy Awards contenders for AMC and Sundance. While AMC does not have perennial favorite “Better Call Saul” eligible for this cycle, they do have new drama contender “McMafia” (starring James Norton), returning drama “The Walking Dead” (Andrew Lincoln) and limited series “The Terror” (Jared Harris). Sundance has limited series “Top of the Lake: China Girl” among their 2018 contenders.

See‘The Walking Dead’ creator on how show’s timeline connects with ‘Fear Twd’ crossover: Answers are ‘vaguely’ coming

Below, the list of AMC and Sundance lead, supporting and guest submissions for their comedy, drama and limited series plus unscripted programs. More names might be added by the network before final Emmy paperwork deadlines. Also note that performers not included on this list may well be submitted by their personal reps.

“Cold-blooded: The Clutter Family Murders”

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Into the Badlands: Season Three Viewer Votes

How bad do things get during the third season of the Into the Badlands TV show on AMC? As we all know, the Nielsen ratings typically play a big role in determining whether the TV show Into the Badlands is cancelled or renewed for season four. Unfortunately, most of us do not live in Nielsen households. Because many viewers feel frustration when their viewing habits and opinions aren't considered, we'd like to offer you the chance to rate all of the Into the Badlands season three episodes below. An AMC martial arts drama, Into the Badlands stars Daniel Wu, Eleanor Matsuura, Stephen Lang, Sherman Augustus, Babu Ceesay, Orla Brady, Aramis Knight, Emily Beecham, Ally Ioannides, Lorraine Toussaint, Ella-Rae Smith, Lewis Tan, Dean-Charles Chapman, and Nick Frost. The post-apocalyptic series unfolds centuries into the future, in a feudal society called the Badlands.
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‘Into the Badlands’ Season 3 Review: Martial Arts Drama Goes Deeper With the Mythology, But Remains Bonkers Fun

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‘Into the Badlands’ Season 3 Review: Martial Arts Drama Goes Deeper With the Mythology, But Remains Bonkers Fun
Let’s open with this: Nick Frost is a gift. Not just to mankind, but very specifically to “Into the Badlands.” Added to the series in Season 2 (perhaps after creators Al Gough and Miles Millar heard one too many complaints about Season 1 lacking a sense of humor), scenes featuring the frequent Simon Pegg/Edgar Wright collaborator often involve him simultaneously slinging around quips while performing the sort of physical moves you wouldn’t believe a man of his build capable of naturally. But it’s fun to watch, especially when Bajie (Frost) teams up with Sunny (Daniel Wu) to destroy packs of guards. Wu dances his way through a battle scene, sword slicing through limbs like butter, while Frost balances that with powerful punches and faster-than-light kicks.

It’s worth singling out Frost because while the character of Sunny is at the center of the bonkers AMC drama, which returns for a third season Sunday,
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More "Into The Badlands"

Sneak Peek more footage, plus images from the Season 3 series premiere of "Into The Badlands", airing April 22, 2018 on AMC:

"...'Sunny' (Daniel Wu) living off the grid is doing his best to provide for his infant son 'Henry', in the wake of the death of 'Veil'.

"It is only when Henry contracts a mysterious illness that Sunny must join forces with 'Bajie' (Nick Frost) and journey back into the 'Badlands', where 'The Widow' (Emily Beecham) and 'Baron Chau' (Eleanor Matsuura) are entrenched in a drawn-out war that has destabilized the entire region.

"No longer supported by 'Tilda' (Ally Ioannides) or 'Waldo' (Stephen Lang), The Widow must find new allies in 'Lydia' (Orla Brady) and in 'Nathaniel Moon' (Sherman Augustus) — the former regent who lost his hand to Sunny and Bajie in Season 2.

"But when a mysterious nomadic leader called 'Pilgrim' (Babou Ceesay
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‘Into the Badlands’ Trailer Sees War On The Horizon

AMC has released a new trailer for season 3 of Into the Badlands, teasing all out war. We’re only weeks away from the premiere and things look to be heating up quickly! The trailer for the hit AMC martial arts drama was revealed during WonderCon Anaheim 2018 at the Into the Badlands panel.

The panel featured series star and executive producer Daniel Wu (Tomb Raider) who returns as Sunny, Nick Frost (Shaun of the Dead) who returns as Bajie, Lorraine Toussaint (Orange is the New Black) who joins the cast this season as Cressida, and showrunner, executive producer and writer Alfred Gough.

Into the Badlands, which closed its second season as a top-ten scripted cable series averaging 3 million viewers per episode, is a story of survival and dominance set in a future feudal society. Within the territory known as the Badlands, a variety of clans struggle for supremacy over one another.
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"Into The Badlands" - Season 3

The Season 3 series premiere of "Into The Badlands", airs April 22, 2018 on AMC:

"...'Sunny' (Daniel Wu) living off the grid is doing his best to provide for his infant son 'Henry', in the wake of the death of 'Veil'.

"It is only when Henry contracts a mysterious illness that Sunny must join forces with 'Bajie' (Nick Frost) and journey back into the 'Badlands', where 'The Widow' (Emily Beecham) and 'Baron Chau' (Eleanor Matsuura) are entrenched in a drawn-out war that has destabilized the entire region.

"No longer supported by 'Tilda' (Ally Ioannides) or 'Waldo' (Stephen Lang), The Widow must find new allies in 'Lydia' (Orla Brady) and in 'Nathaniel Moon' (Sherman Augustus) — the former regent who lost his hand to Sunny and Bajie in Season 2.

"But when a mysterious nomadic leader called 'Pilgrim' (Babou Ceesay) arrives in the Badlands on a mission
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Into the Badlands: Season Three; AMC Unveils First Trailer

Are you ready for this? Watch the official season three trailer for the Into the Badlands TV show, from AMC. Into the Badlands, season three, premieres on AMC, on Sunday, April 22, 2018 at 10:00pm Et/Pt. The network introduced its first trailer for the third season, during a panel at WonderCon Anaheim 2018, over the weekend. An AMC post-apocalyptic, martial arts drama, Into the Badlands stars Daniel Wu, Eleanor Matsuura, Stephen Lang, Sherman Augustus, Babu Ceesay, Orla Brady, Aramis Knight, Emily Beecham, Ally Ioannides, Lorraine Toussaint, Ella-Rae Smith, Lewis Tan, Dean-Charles Chapman, and Nick Frost. The AMC series takes place centuries into the future, in a feudal society called the Badlands. Read More…
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Into The Badlands: Season 3 TV Show Trailer: Daniel Wu Journey Backs Home [AMC]

Into the Badlands Season 3 Trailer

AMC‘s Into the Badlands: Season 3 TV show trailer stars Daniel Wu, Nick Frost, Emily Beecham, Eleanor Matsuura, and Ally Ioannides. Into the Badlands: Season 3’s plot synopsis: “Season 3 finds Sunny (Daniel Wu) living off the grid, doing his best to provide for his infant son, Henry, in the [...]

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Season 3 of ‘Into The Badlands’ Returns To AMC In April

The third season of AMC’s groundbreaking show Into The Badlands returns Sunday night April 22nd at 10 pm. Into The Badlands, which closed its second season as a top-ten scripted cable series, is a story of survival and dominance set in a future feudal society. Within the territory known as the Badlands, a variety of clans struggle for supremacy over one another; these clans have been formed by the destruction of familial bonds and skirmishes over power. The show’s interwoven themes of martial arts, love and redemption are highlighted by what the show is best known for: its stunning cinematography and striking fight sequences.

The ensemble cast is led by Daniel Wu (Tomb Raider), Aramis Knight (Enders Game) Emily Beecham (Daphne), Orla Brady (“Fringe”),Ally Ioannides (“Parenthood”) and Nick Frost (Shaun of the Dead). They will be joined by new series regulars Lorraine Toussaint(“Orange is the New Black
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‘Into the Badlands’ Showrunner Previews Season 3

‘Into the Badlands’ Showrunner Previews Season 3
The very enjoyable second season of “Into the Badlands” hits Netflix on March 21, where that wonderful concoction joins the show’s frisky six-episode first season.

As I’ve said a few times, you should seek out this post-apocalyptic adventure drama out if you’re a fan of gorgeous visuals, memorable action and ferocious characters engaged in a hard-fought battle to survive in a semi-feudal society where resources are scarce, but friendship, hope and love are always possible. (If you’re intrigued, check out this primer on the show.)

Newcomers to the series have a month, then, to get caught up
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Rakuten TV Empire Awards Interviews and Winners

It’s the final stop on the 2017 awards calendar, and with echoes of the hashtag chatter and acceptance speeches from the Globes, BAFTAs and Oscars still ringing in our ears the team at Empire rolled out their own red carpet this evening.

This is the eighth Empire Awards we have covered, and it’s always a fun event. With the awards voted for by the public it is chance for popular films to claim some awards glory, and the winners this year didn’t disappoint in their fan favourite status.

Star Wars: The Last Jedi took home the most awards, with winning turns in the Best Film, Best Director, Best Actress, Best Costume Design and Best Visual Effects categories. It was wonderful to see the success of God’s Own Country making its way from the critics and Academy members to the general public. Amma Asante was honoured with the Inspiration award,
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London Critics’ Circle Film Awards Winners In Full

The UK’s leading film critics handed out their annual prizes on Sunday night at the 38th London Critics’ Circle Film Awards presented by Dover Street Entertainment at The May Fair Hotel in London. Hosted by actor-filmmakers Alice Lowe and Steve Oram, the star-studded black-tie event saw Martin McDonagh’s drama Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri named as Film of the Year, while McDonagh also collected Screenwriter of the Year and star Frances McDormand won Actress of the Year.

Several winners were on-hand to collect their awards: Timothée Chalamet was named Actor of the Year for Call Me By Your Name, Hugh Grant won supporting actor for Paddington 2, Lesley Manville won supporting actress for Phantom Thread, Harris Dickinson won the young performer prize for his work in Beach Rats, and God’s Own Country writer-director Francis Lee took the Philip French Award for Breakthrough British/Irish Filmmaker.

The evening
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Red Carpet Interviews & Winners – The 2018 Critics Circle Awards

Author: Jon Lyus

This evening we were on the red carpet of The 2018 Critics Circle Awards held at the MayFair Hotel in London to speak to the great and good of modern cinema society. The 38th annual awards were hosted once again by Alice Lowe and Steve Oram at which Kate Winslet received the critics’ highest honour, The Dilys Powell Award for Excellence in Film.

Attending the awards ceremony were Kate Winslet, Jude Law, Hugh Grant, Armie Hammer, Timothee Chalamet, Lesley Manville, Josh O’Connor, Alec Secareanu and Jessica Barden, Florence Pugh, Emily Beecham, Paul King, Fionn Whitehead, Harris Dickinson, and Noah Jupe.

A full list of nominations and winners are below.

Our crack team of Colin Hart and Scott Davis were on the carpet to chat with the assembled luminaries of the big screen. Here’s how they got on…

Full List of Nominations – Winners in Bold.

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London Critics’ Circle Film Awards: ‘Three Billboards’ wins 3 including Best Picture, Timothee Chalamet in Best Actor upset

London Critics’ Circle Film Awards: ‘Three Billboards’ wins 3 including Best Picture, Timothee Chalamet in Best Actor upset
“Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri” won three of its leading seven bids at the London Critics’ Circle Film Awards on Sunday (Jan. 28), including Best Picture. While Martin McDonagh lost the Best Director race to Sean Baker (“The Florida Project”) he did win for his script. And his leading lady, Frances McDormand, picked up another prize on her seemingly inevitable march to the Oscars. (See the full list of winners below).

However, Gary Oldman (“Darkest Hour”) hit a bump in the road as he lost Best Actor to one of his Oscar rivals — Timothee Chalamet (“Call Me By Your Name”) — and the award for British or Irish actor of the year to another, Daniel Kaluuya (“Get Out”). Oscar hopeful Sally Hawkins (“The Shape of Water”) won that homegrown award on the distaff side. And “Dunkirk” claimed Best British/Irish Film over, among others, “Three Billboards.”

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Win Daphne on DVD

Altitude Film Distribution are pleased to announce British comedy Daphne is available to download now and will be released on DVD from 22nd January. To celebrate we have 3 copies on DVD to giveaway!

Daphne tells the story of a witty and charismatic 31-year-old woman (Emily Beecham). Some days, she seems to have everything going for her, whilst on others she can be self-destructive and scattered. This contemporary drama shows Daphne navigating the maze of modern life, but when she finds herself embroiled in a violent incident, her fragile grasp on her own behaviour loosens. Will the emotional incident help her find a new footing or allow her to sink altogether?

To be in with a chance of winning, simply answer this question:

Emily Beecham is currently starring in which AMC television series?

Your Answer Into the BadlandsThe Walking DeadPreacher

UK entries only. One entry per person. Competition closes 16th February.
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Review: Daphne (2017)

The success of playfully impudent shows such as Girls and Fleabag continues to prove that the modern mid-twenties (and beyond) woman is still feeling a bit lost and even a bit p*ssed off. Much like Fleabag, Peter Mackie Burns’ cinematic offering Daphne drops straight into the heart of a frustrated London-based singleton, who attempts to navigate her career, sex and relationships against a bleak city backdrop.

Emily Beecham’s portrayal of the well-educated, abrasive and sexually/emotionally-detached Daphne is inarguably the core characteristic of the film around which everything else oscillates. Thankfully, she does a wholly convincing execution – delivering Daphne’s blunt lines as if a lack of patience and manners is part of her very being. By contrast, Geraldine James expertly plays the contrasting role of Daphne’s mother, battling cancer and newly interested in Buddhism and spirituality.

The contrast between Daphne’s rude rebukes and her mother
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Into the Badlands: Season Three Premieres on AMC in April

What's next for Into the Badlands? Recently, AMC announced the TV series' third season will debut in April.The action drama is set centuries in the future in a feudal society called the Badlands. The cast includes Daniel Wu, Marton Csokas, Orla Brady, Sarah Bolger, Aramis Knight, Emily Beecham, Oliver Stark, Madeleine Mantock, and Alexia Ioannides.Read More…
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Win Daphne on DVD

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To mark the release of Daphne on 22nd January, we’ve been given 3 copies to give away on DVD.

Set in modern day London, Daphne tells the story of a 31-year-old woman (Emily Beecham) who is witty and charismatic. On some days, she seems to have everything going for her; on others she can be self-destructive and scattered. This vibrant contemporary drama shows Daphne navigating the maze of modern life, caught in the rush of working in a big city and the buzz of a busy social life – she is the life of the party but too busy to question how unhappy she is. When Daphne finds herself embroiled in a violent incident, her fragile grasp on her own behavior loosens. The question is whether the emotional incident will help her find a new footing or allow her to sink altogether.

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