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“The Boys” Season 2: Eric Kripke’s Got This New Character for Y’all Called Soldier Boy* [PREVIEW]

It’s been a long haul, people – but by now, millions of you know it was more than worth the wait. Amazon Prime Video‘s adaptation of Garth Ennis and Darick Robertson‘s comic book series The Boys has been sticking some righteously sweet superhero three-point landings since it premiered on Friday, July 26 – and spoiler? Check out Bleeding Cool’s two-scoops-of-spoilers-filled […]

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“The Boys” Season 2: Karl Urban Signals Filming Wrap; “Mid 2020” Premiere

It’s been a long haul, people – but by now, millions of you know it was more than worth the wait. Amazon Prime Video‘s adaptation of Garth Ennis and Darick Robertson‘s comic book series The Boys has been sticking some righteously sweet superhero three-point landings since it premiered on Friday, July 26 – and spoiler? Check out Bleeding Cool’s two-scoops-of-spoilers-filled […]


“Critical Role: The Legend of Vox Machina” Gets Amazon Prime Pick-Up

With an “origin story” that’s sure to spawn a new wave of hopeful Kickstarter campaigns, Amazon Prime has signed a first-look deal with media and content provider Critical Role. To that end, the streaming service has given a greenlight for two, 12-episode seasons of Critical Role: The Legend of Vox Machina-based on narratives and original […]



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A New Executive Story Editor on Carnival Row Season 2?

There appears to have been a number of ructions between the first season of fairy steampunk series Carnival Row starring Orlando Bloom and Cara Delevingne on Amazon Prime and it’s much-anticipated second. Erik Oleson of Daredevil has come on board as executive producer and new showrunner and will succeed season one showrunner Marc Guggenheim, of […]

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“Carnival Row” Season 2: Erik Oleson Set as EP, Showrunner; Co-Creator Travis Beacham Departs Over “Creative Differences” [REPORT]

With the first season of Amazon Prime‘s Orlando Bloom–Cara Delevingne-starrer Carnival Row having earned strong critical praise and viewers buzz, the streaming service didn’t waste any time starting work on the second season. As is usually the case with shows that hit strong their first season, there’s usually some shifting that goes on behind the […]


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Cosplay Left Me Before I Left the Cosplay Community [OPINION]

So this is the true story of why I left the cosplay community… You may want to put your seatbelt on, because this story is going to get a little bumpy. Now, if you’re unaware, cosplay is a hobby where people dress up as in costumes, generally of characters from comics or movies or tv […]


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“Fleabag” Creator Phoebe Waller-Bridge Signs Overall Amazon Studios Deal

Fresh off her multiple wins at the Emmy Awards, Phoebe Waller-Bridge has signed an overall production deal with Amazon Studios. This is no surprise considering Fleabag has been a huge hit and cultural touchstone. It and The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel have won Amazon Studios multiple Emmys and helped define the identity of the streaming service. […]

“Fleabag” Series 2 has the Same Story as a Movie by Tarantino’s Favourite Director

“Fleabag”: Phoebe Waller-Bridge’s Path to World Conquest Now Includes 4 Emmy Wins

Phoebe Waller-Bridge won Best Comedy Writing and Best Actress in a Comedy for Fleabag tonight at the Emmy Awards. The series also won for Best Comedy Series and director Harry Bradbeer won Best Directing for a Comedy Series. That’s four-for-four with Fleabag – “The Little British Feminist Comedy That Could.” Not bad for what started […]

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“American Gods” & “The Boys”: The Lemur That Brought Them Together

For a show about the growing war between the old gods and news gods, you would think fans wouldn’t be too thrilled with things being “quiet” or “dull” or “boring” – but STARZ‘s American Gods had a bit of a bumpy ride heading into its second season. But after a return that gave the series […]

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“Lord of the Rings”: Amazon Prime Prequel Series Heading to New Zealand

No matter what (if any) involvement Lord of the Rings/Hobbit cinematic guru Peter Jackson has with Amazon Prime Video‘s upcoming prequel series, the streaming service and writers/showrunners JD Payne and Patrick McKay are looking to walk in the filmmaker’s footsteps by basing production in New Zealand. With pre-production currently underway and full production expected to […]