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HBO Europe launches first international co-pro with Cristian Mungiu-produced 'Hackerville'

Six-part thriller follows the hunt for a network of hackers.


Jeffrey Tambor out of Amazon Studios' 'Transparent'

Star out in wake of sexual harassment allegations.

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S​tudiocanal takes 'Alienist' in France

Series launched in the US last month on Turner Broadcasting System cable channel TNT.

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Netflix poaches ​Ryan Murphy in $300m deal

’The history of this moment is not lost on me. I am a gay kid from Indiana who moved to Hollywood in 1989 with $55 dollars in savings in my pocket.’

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HBO Europe greenlights Danis Tanović drama 'Success'

Broadcaster greenlights Croatian series.

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NATPE announces LA Screenings services deal

Event to run from May 15-18 in Century City.

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Netflix orders two seasons of comedy 'The Politician' (reports)

Barbra Streisand, Gwyneth Paltrow reportedly in talks to join cast.

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Goteborg TV round-up: Nordic noir series 'The Bridge' set for fifth international remake

Goteborg’s TV Drama Vision projects also include South Pole thriller and Second World-era drama.

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Nick Pepper to head TV at Legendary following Mark Gordon Company exit

Pepper leaves post as head of television at The Mark Gordon Company.

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JJ Abrams' sci-fi 'Demimonde' gets HBO series order

Bad Robot to produce in association with Warner Bros Television and HBO.

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'Narcos' producer Gaumont sets up UK division

Kudos executive producer Alison Jackson will take the role of UK president.

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Denmark's 'Ride Upon the Storm' wins $25,000 Nordic TV prize

The award was revealed at the Goteborg Film Festival.

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'House Of Cards' resumes production, adds Diane Lane and Greg Kinnear

The sixth and final season will consist of eight episodes.

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PCCW's Viu adds content from JTBC to Korean line-up

Deal give  viewers access to more than 80% of the cable broadcaster’s drama series and variety shows.

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Sky calls for lower-budget 'made in Britain' dramas

Sky head of drama Anne Mensah said that the broadcaster was looking to develop smaller-budget, “more heartfelt” shows that “tap into British values”.