"Torchwood" Star John Barrowman to Appear in "Doctor Who" Special, "Revolution of the Daleks" (12 hours ago)
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'Black Lightning' Ending After Season 4 (15 hours ago)
The CW announced today that Black Lightning will be coming to an end next year after its upcoming fourth season. The news comes 10 months after the superhero drama was last renewed and just days after a spin-off series, titled Painkiller, was confirmed to be in the works.
Black Lightning follows a man who, years ago, was bestowed with superhuman powers that enabled him to harness and control electricity. Long retired from putting his life on the line, a recent rise in crime and corruption in his community bring him back into action for the sake of his family and the soul of his city.
The fourth and final season of Black Lightning premieres on Monday, February 8.
Just after a week of the announcement of a "Black Lightning" spinoff "Painkiller" with Jordan Calloway will reprise his role as the titular character. The CW has canceled Black Lightning, they've yet to give their reasoning. The upcoming fourth season is set to premiere on Monday, February 8th. (2 days ago)
All eight episodes of “I Hate Suzie” will premiere on HBO Max on Thursday, November 19. (5 days ago)
Each episode of the show follows its hapless protagonist as she works through her shock, anger, and eventual acceptance of the situation while working to keep her career and life together.
Hulu Renews 'Woke' (7 days ago)
Hulu announced today that Woke has been picked up for a second season. The good news comes two months after the comedy released its freshman run, which has received mostly positive leaning reviews.
Based on the life of artist Keith Knight, the half-hour series follows up-and-coming African-American cartoonist Keef. When an unexpected incident causes him to see the world in a whole new light, Keef is left to face new voices and ideas that challenge him - all without destroying everything he’s already built.
The streaming service has ordered another eight episodes of Woke for Season 2, which should return later in 2021.
'Alex Rider' Renewed For Season 2 (7 days ago)
Reports are out that Alex Rider has been picked up for a second season. The good news comes just as the British thriller is premiering stateside on streaming service IMDb TV.
Based on the novel series of the same name, the series follows a seemingly typical teenager who gets enlisted to work for a subdivision of MI6 known as the Department. There, he utilizes skills he didn't know he had to become an extraordinary spy.
While Season 1 of Alex Rider was based on the second book 'Point Blanc', Season 2 will be based on the fourth novel 'Eagle Strike'. Production is slated to begin in early 2021, with a likely return later in the year.
'Slasher' Renewed For Season 4 (7 days ago)
Shudder has ordered a fourth installment of Slasher. The AMC-owned streaming service will be the third home for the horror series, which last aired in 2019. The show originated on Chiller in 2016 before moving to Netflix for its next two seasons.
Each season of this Canadian-produced anthology series features a self-contained horror story set in a different location, mixing the classic slasher style of film-making with a murder mystery. The upcoming season will be titled Slasher: Flesh & Blood, and will reportedly follow a family reunion on a secluded island that turns murderous when a killer starts taking them down one by one.
Another eight episodes have been ordered for Season 4 of Slasher, matching the length of its previous seasons. Look for its return on Shudder in 2021.
World On Fire Returning For a Second Season (8 days ago)
The BBC drama, plotting the story of World War Two through the lives of ordinary people, is coming back for a second instalment. Picking up after the Battle of Britain, the second series from creator Peter Bowker is gearing up for production in summer 2021
Bowker previously indicated that he hopes to dramatise the entire Second World War over six seasons of the show.
Netflix Cancels 'The Order' (11 days ago)
Word is out that Netflix has cancelled The Order after two seasons. Creator Dennis Heaton took to Twitter this afternoon to break the sad news to his followers.
The horror drama premiered in 2019, airing two seasons of 10 episodes each. Critically, the show garnered a generally positive reception, though it seemed to fly under the radar in terms of generating buzz. Netflix does not release viewership data.
The Order follows college freshman Jack, who pledges a secret society known as the Hermetic Order of the Blue Rose. Though he is a new recruit, Jack quickly finds himself in the middle of a war between werewolves and practitioners of dark magic.
Netflix Renews 'Space Force' (11 days ago)
Netflix announced today that Space Force has been picked up for a second season. The good news comes six months after the workplace comedy released its freshman run, which received decidedly mixed reviews from critics.
As the title suggests, the half-hour series follows members of the Space Force, the sixth major division of the United Stated Armed Forces that was created in 2018 to defend satellites and perform other space-related jobs. Spearheading the task is a four-star general who begrudgingly teams up with an eccentric scientist to assemble the military's newest agency.
Look for Season 2 of Space Force in 2021.
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