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‘Agents of Shield’ Renewed for Season 7 by ABC

  • The Wrap
ABC has handed out an early renewal to “Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.,” picking up the series for a seventh season, the network announced on Friday.

The news comes months ahead of the drama’s sixth outing, which was pushed to Summer 2019 earlier this year. At the time, it caused some speculation about the aging show’s future, but the network insisted the move did not reflect a lack of confidence in the show or portend an imminent cancellation.

“By putting it in the summer, we feel like we’re going to be able to super-serve the fanbase that loves that show, and hopefully give it an opportunity to continue on longer than it would if it lived in season,” ABC Entertainment president Channing Dungey told reporters earlier this year when the news was first announced, adding that she believed the most recent season to
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Black Lightning Season 2 Episode 5 Review – ‘The Book of Blood: Chapter One: Requiem’

Red Stewart reviews the fifth episode of Black Lightning season 2…

A title like ‘The Book of Blood’ evokes images of violence, craziness, and all-out chaos. And considering the state Freeland has been in since the beginning of the show, with gang crimes, metahumans, government sanctions, terrorist threats, and city corruption, it makes sense that crap would hit the fan sometime soon.

Unfortunately, outside of a hard-hitting opening, there isn’t much action in the fifth episode of Black Lightning, with the series instead opting to focus on a purely somber atmosphere. Because the entire story hinges on this opening, I have to spoil it for people: Gambi is allegedly killed following an intense automobile firefight. I say allegedly because, let’s be honest, this isn’t House– main characters don’t stay dead in superhero comics, and they aren’t bound to in most superhero adaptations.

Still, his murder is treated realistically,
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Stephen King’s Joyland to Be Adapted as a Freeform TV Series

Joseph Baxter Oct 31, 2018

Freeform is getting its own Stephen King project in the form of a TV adaptation of the author’s 2013 novel, Joyland.

Stephen King projects continue to overrun developmental slates in the entertainment industry, and it doesn’t appear to be stopping anytime soon. Now, the Kingaissance phenomenon is homing in on a new platform in Disney’s young-adult-aimed cable channel, Freeform, which is ready to welcome a TV adaptation of one the horror master’s more recent literary efforts, Joyland.

Freeform will continue to tout its evolution after its recent rebranding from ABC Family, now set to take the Stephen King plunge with a TV series adapting the author’s 2013 horror novel, Joyland. The novel is a hybrid of a whodunnit murder mystery and a ghost story, following the exploits of a college student named Devin, whose summer job at a North Carolina amusement park leads him
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Here’s Why Marvel’s TV Shows Usually Avoid Crossing Over With The Movies

As much as we’ve heard that all the productions that make up the Marvel Cinematic Universe, be they on the big or small screen, “are all connected,” the truth of the matter is that there are rarely major links between the TV side of things and the movies. In particular, the outcome of Avengers: Infinity War has been all but avoided entirely.

So far, the only McU show that’s referenced Infinity War is Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. – the final few episodes of season 5 took place concurrently with the Q-ship’s arrival in New York and the Outriders’ attack on Wakanda. However, it appeared to have ended before its fateful final moments. As for the Netflix series, they’ve all been explained away as occurring well before Iw kicks off.

While speaking with ComicBook.com, Marvel Television president Jeph Loeb was asked why the TV
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Bella Thorne Says Freeform Called Her ‘Ugly’ While Filming ‘Famous in Love’

  • The Wrap
Bella Thorne Says Freeform Called Her ‘Ugly’ While Filming ‘Famous in Love’
Former “Famous in Love” star Bella Thorne has accused Freeform executives of calling her “ugly” while she was filming the now-canceled drama.

“One issue is when you have a girl, a young girl who is on your show, you can’t tell her that she’s ugly or she’s fat or she’s this or she’s that because that’s going to make her feel bad,” Thorne said in a Los Angeles Times profile published on Thursday.

When pressed on who made the comments, Thorne replied, “The network … In e-mails, and there was another thing that was in front of everyone on set,” referencing the aforementioned on-set incident.

Freeform declined to comment.

Also Read: 'Marvel's Cloak & Dagger' Renewed for Season 2 at Freeform

“After [the on-set incident] the cast was texting me, ‘Oh, my God, Bella. I am so sorry. That was so awkward. I feel so bad.
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Editors Behind Marvel’s Biggest TV Shows Discuss Insomniac’s ‘Spider-Man’

  • Variety
Editors Behind Marvel’s Biggest TV Shows Discuss Insomniac’s ‘Spider-Man’
Spider-Man has been featured on the silver screen six times in the last sixteen years. That doesn’t include the web-crawlers appearance in “Captain America: Civil War,” “Avengers: Infinity War,” or any of his recent animated depictions. It’s safe to say this New Yorker has a deep connection with visual storytelling that has given creators a lot to build off of with each new attempt at telling the hero’s tale.

Even if Spider-Man doesn’t hit every note as well as he could in his latest adventure on PS4, that relationship with cinema has clearly influenced Insomniac’s newest game. The designers took filmmaking philosophies, including things like television point of view changes and show-don’t-tell filmmaking, and weaved the narrative of an experienced superhero into an open world version of New York City. Eliminating a lot of the disconnect between narrative and gameplay that plagues a lot of other open world games.
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Marvel Drama Series About Female Superheroes in Development at ABC

Marvel Drama Series About Female Superheroes in Development at ABC
Another live-action Marvel TV series is in the works, this time focused on several lesser-known female figures in the comic giant’s roster. Wonder Woman scribe Allan Heinberg will write the untitled project for ABC, though additional details are not yet available. Deadline speculates that the series would likely focus on more obscure Marvel superheroes, such as A-Force, Lady Liberators (pictured above) and Fearless Defenders.

This news comes on the heels of Disney announcing that several Marvel shows are in development for its still-untitled streaming service, one of which would focus on Thor‘s Loki (with Tom Hiddleston reprising the
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Marvel Female Heroes Series From ‘Wonder Woman’ Writer in the Works at ABC

  • The Wrap
ABC has given a production commitment to a new Marvel series from “Wonder Woman” writer Allan Heinberg, TheWrap has learned.

The series is set to focus on female superheroes, though no specific characters or plot details have been publicly announced. Heinberg, who recently executive produced the Shondaland drama “The Catch” and is currently under an overall deal at ABC Studios, will executive produce the project alongside Marvel Television’s Jeff Loeb.

In addition to TV credits on shows such as “Grey’s Anatomy,” “Scandal,” “The Naked Truth,” “Party Of Five,” “Sex and the City,” “Gilmore Girls” and “The O.C.,” Heinberg also has experience as a comic book writer, including as the creator of the “Young Avengers” series for Marvel Comics.

Also Read: Loki, Scarlet Witch, More Marvel Characters to Get Standalone Shows on Disney Streaming Service

Should Heinberg’s new project make it to air, it would join “Agents of S.
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Marvel Female Superhero Project in the Works at ABC From ‘Wonder Woman’ Writer

  • Variety
ABC has given a production commitment to a series that will feature female Marvel superheroes, Variety has confirmed.

The project hails from Allan Heinberg, who wrote the screenplay for “Wonder Woman.” The exact details of the project are being kept under wraps, so no word yet on exactly which characters from the Marvel universe will be featured. Heinberg will executive produce along with Marvel Television head Jeph Loeb, with Marvel TV and ABC Studios producing. Heinberg is working on the series under his overall deal with ABC Studios.

A veteran comic book writer for Marvel and DC, Heinberg’s television credits include “The Catch,” “The Naked Truth,” “Party Of Five,” “Sex And The City,” “Gilmore Girls,” “The O.C.,” “Grey’s Anatomy,” “Looking,” and “Scandal.”

Should the project move forward, it would be the latest Marvel project to air on the broadcaster. ABC launched “Agents of Shield” back in 2013, with the
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The Popular Video Game Alan Wake is Being Developed as Live-Action TV Series

If you’re a fan of the video game Alan Wake, you might be happy to hear that there is now a live-action TV series in development. The series is being developed by writer and producer Peter Calloway who has signed on as showrunner and writer. The creator of the game, Sam Lake, has also come on board as executive producer.

They plan on shopping the series around to the networks and studios next month and apparently there’s already a lot of interest. While talking to Variety, producer Tomas Harlan said:

Alan Wake was basically a TV series that was put into a game. That was Sam’s vision. It was influenced by ‘The Twilight Zone,’ ‘Secret Window,’ Hitchcock, ‘Northern Exposure,’ a lot of U.S. television. We plan to work closely with Sam on our this show. Sam is a huge part of this. This is his baby.
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Legion's Petter Calloway to transform video-game Alan Wake into a TV series

  • JoBlo
Variety has reported that Alan Wake is set to become a live-action TV series as Peter Calloway, best known for his work on Cloak & Dagger and Legion, will be developing the video-game as he's signed on as the showrunner and writer. The game followed best-selling thriller novelist Alan Wake as he tried to uncover the mystery of his wife's disappearance during a vacation in the town of Bright...
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Party of Five Reboot Lands Pilot Order at Freeform

The long-gestating Party of Five reboot is moving forward at Freeform.

Per The Hollywood Reporter, the young-skewing network has placed an order for a pilot of the reboot which will have a deportation twist.

The original series which aired from 1994 to 2000, and focused on five siblings who become orphans following the death of their parents.

It starred Scott Wolf, Matthew Fox, Neve Campbell, Lacey Chabert Jennifer Love Hewit starred in the original series

The new iteration will follow five Buendias children as they try to navigate a world in which their parents are not part of their lives.

The reason for this is that the parents are deported back to Mexico.

Related: Roswell New Mexico Gets Series Order at The CW!

It comes from original series creators Christopher Keyser and Amy Lippman.

If the show goes beyond the pilot stage, it will join a slate of series that includes Cloak & Dagger,
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Marvel's Runaways Season 2 Premiere Date Announced, Synopsis Released, and McU Connection Teased

I thought the first season of Marvel's Runaways was a great and solid season. I like the characters they set up and the direction of the story and I can't wait to see where things end up going in Season 2.

It's been several months since Season 1 ended and now Hulu has finally given Season 2 a premiere date of December 21st, 2018. So we won't have to wait much longer. We also have a new synopsis to share that confirms all the teenage superhero characters will be on the run and they will be doing everything they can to stop Pride.

The Runaways have left their homes (and evil parents) behind and now have to learn to live on their own. As they scavenge for food, search for shelter, and take care of one another, our kids begin to realize that, for better or worse, they’re stuck with each other.
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Hulu Sets Premiere Dates For ‘Light As A Feather’, Season 2 Of ‘Marvel’s Runaways’

  • Deadline
Marvel’s Runaways returns to Hulu on December 21 — just in time for a little holiday binge-watching.

The series follows a group of teens who have left their homes and parents behind and are learning how to live on their own. Season 2 picks up almost immediately where the first season left off, with the runaway teens now on their own, taking refuge in an underground hostel, and having to fend for themselves.

Marvel’s Runaways is executive produced by series co-showrunners/writers Josh Schwartz and Stephanie Savage (The O.C. and Gossip Girl) along with Marvel’s Head of Television Jeph Loeb. It stars Rhenzy Feliz, Lyrica Okano, Virginia Gardner, Ariela Barer, Gregg Sulkin and Allegra Acosta.

The new horror series Light As a Feather debuts on October 12. Created and executive produced by R. Lee Fleming Jr., the show explores what happens when
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Teen Choice Awards Winners Include Mark Consuelos, Michael B. Jordan, Gina Rodriguez, Grant Gustin

Riverdale stars Mark Consuelos and Kj Apa at the Teen Choice Awards.The Teen Choice Awards were held Sunday at the Forum in Los Angeles. This year's event honored the best in film, television, music, sports, fashion, comedy and the internet based on more than 150 million votes cast by teens on Twitter and Fox.com.

Below is a complete list of the winners:

Movies

Choice Action Movie

"Avengers: Infinity War"

Choice Action Movie Actor

Robert Downey Jr. -- "Avengers: Infinity War"

Choice Action Movie Actress

Scarlett Johansson -- "Avengers: Infinity War"

Choice Sci-Fi Movie

"Black Panther"

Choice Sci-Fi Movie Actor

Chris Hemsworth -- "Thor: Ragnarok"

Choice Sci-Fi Movie Actress

Letitia Wright -- "Black Panther"

Choice Fantasy Movie

"Coco"

Choice Fantasy Movie Actor

Anthony Gonzalez -- "Coco"

Choice Fantasy Movie Actress

Carrie Fisher -- "Star Wars: The Last Jedi"

Choice Drama Movie

"The Greatest Showman"

Choice Drama Movie Actor

Zac Efron
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Marvel’s Cloak & Dagger showrunner talks crossover ambitions

While the official line is that “it’s all connected”, the Marvel Cinematic Universe has become increasingly fractured as its spreads out across the small screen with Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. and the Netflix shows joined by the likes of Runaways and Cloak & Dagger.

It seems pretty clear by now that the movie side of the McU pays little attention to what’s going on at Marvel Television, although the TV shows do continue to feature a number of mentions and Easter eggs, with Cloak & Dagger including references to Tony Stark, Danny Rand and Misty Knight in its first season.

Speaking to Vulture, Cloak & Dagger showrunner Joe Pokaski has been chatting about his crossover ambitions, as well as discussing how complicated the process is behind-the-scenes:

“The thing I love about Tandy and Tyrone is, in the comic-book world, they show up everywhere,” said Pokaski. “Someone smarter than me
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Marvel’s Cloak & Dagger gets a season 2 poster

A poster has arrived online for the second season of Freeform’s Marvel series Cloak & Dagger featuring Tandy (Olivia Holt) and Tyrone (Aubrey Joseph) which reveals the show is set to return Spring 2019; check it out here…

“Marvel’s Cloak & Dagger” is a coming-of-age series based on the beloved Marvel characters. Tandy Bowen and Tyrone Johnson come from starkly different backgrounds, each growing up with a secret they never dared share with another soul.

Once a privileged little girl, Tandy Bowen watched as her family was destroyed by a disastrous storm that uprooted her life. Now in her late teens, an unexpected encounter with a boy named Tyrone sparks a life changing event.

Young Tyrone Johnson wanted nothing more than to prove he was fearless. But when everything he held close was taken away, life taught Tyrone to be afraid. Now older and more sheltered, Tyrone closes himself off.
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Miramax Television Taps Sam Bramhall As Evp Business Affairs, Caitlin Foito As Svp Development

  • Deadline
Miramax’s President of Television Lauren Whitney is building up her team with the hires of veteran executives Sam Bramhall and Caitlin Foito. Bramhall, who comes from Marvel Television, has been named Evp of Television Business Affairs, while ABC Studios’ Foito has been tapped as Svp of Development. The expansion of Miramax’s TV operations is part of the ongoing reorganization led by Miramax CEO Bill Block with the goal of ramping up film and TV production to bolster the Miramax film library.

Bramhall was previously Svp of Business & Legal Affairs for Marvel Television, where he managed the west coast television business & legal affairs group handling Netflix shows Daredevil, Jessica Jones, Luke Cage, Iron Fist & The Punisher, as well as Cloak & Dagger (Freeform), Runaways (Hulu) and various co-productions (Legion & The Gifted), animated series and development. Prior to Marvel Television, Bramhall was Senior Vice President of Business Affairs at FX/FX Productions,
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‘Cloak and Dagger’ Season 1 Was the Best, Richest Marvel TV Show Yet – And Here’s What We Hope to See in Season 2

Marvel’s Cloak & Dagger surprised me in the best way possible. It’s a show that tackles heavy themes and strives for a place within New Orleans’ rich and varied history, all while providing those comic book story thrills. Aside from Agent Carter and Luke Cage, I haven’t been the biggest fan of Marvel’s TV offerings, but […]

The post ‘Cloak and Dagger’ Season 1 Was the Best, Richest Marvel TV Show Yet – And Here’s What We Hope to See in Season 2 appeared first on /Film.
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Marvel’s Cloak & Dagger Season 1 Finale Review – ‘Colony Collapse’

Red Stewart reviews the season one finale of Marvel’s Cloak & Dagger

To avoid sounding like a broken record, I’m going to pitch you guys a hypothetical scenario: let’s say you are creating a long-term television show adapted from an existing property, be it a book or a comic or a play. Let’s say the the main protagonists of this preexisting property are well-known to a decent number of people or that, even if they aren’t well-known, it is at least obvious enough to regular audiences that said characters are in it for the long-run.

My question is this: given all this information, would you, as a writer of the very first season of this series, hammer into viewers a recurring idea that one of the main characters has to die in the finale? I imagine the vast majority of you wouldn’t, because one,
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