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Jean-Marc Vallée lines up third directing gig for HBO

Channing Tatum executive producer on Gorilla And The Bird.

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'The Crown', 'The Looming Tower' among WGA TV nominees

Winners to be announced on February 17 at concurrent ceremonies in Los Angeles, New York.

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​Golden Globes TV nominations: FX edges out HBO, Amazon and Netflix

FX Networks led the field with ten nods, followed by HBO and Amazon Prime Video with nine each.

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Netflix chief shrugs off threat from rivals such as Disney

Ted Sarandos said Netflix still has room for growth and has not yet hit “diminishing returns on investment”.

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Ben Mendelsohn to star in 'The Outsider' for HBO

Jason Bateman to direct first two episodes and serve as executive producer.

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Starz acquires BBC suspense drama 'Dublin Murders' for US, territories

Euston Films, Veritas Entertainment Group, Element Pictures producing.

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Ex-CBS chief Les Moonves facing fresh sexual assault allegation

Media exec issues statement denying claim.

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YouTube to move original programming to ad-supported model

By 2020 all shows will be part of a single slate cmprising ad-supported and subscription VOD.

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Ava DuVernay in multi-year Warner Bros pact

Deal reportedly worth close to $100m, covers multiple formats.

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eOne, Skybound Entertainment partner on pre-apocalypse TV franchise '5 Year'

Property will comprise local-language stories about how world deals with approaching meteor disaster.

Simon Mirren and Jamie Carmichael

Atlantic Nomad, Platform One Media sign pact

Tony Gilroy to direct series The Book Of Guns.


Netflix strikes deal to adapt Roald Dahl stories into animated series

Streaming giant promises “imaginative story universe that expands far beyond the pages of the books”.

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A+E Networks International developing UK-set 'Miss Scarlet And The Duke'

Kate Phillips from Peaky Blinders to star in period crime series.