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The highly-anticipated third season of Stranger Things is not only a massive step forward for the story of Hawkins, Indiana, but it’s also a significant step in the right direction for the diversity of the series. There have been many calls from fans for the biggest franchises around to be more inclusive with LGBTQ+ characters.
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On Riverdale, Vanessa Morgan‘s Toni Topaz is in a passionate, if not tumultuous relationship with Cheryl Blossom (Madelaine Petsch) with the pair having escaped from the series’ nefarious cult, The Farm during the Season Three finale. In real life, however, Morgan’s love life appears to be a whole lot happier and more so now than
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Netflix’s next superhero saga begins production today. Jupiter’s Legacy creator Mark Millar took to Twitter today and revealed that Netflix’s television adaptation Millar and Frank Quitely’s superhero comic book beings filming today. The series is being helmed by former Marvel’s Daredevil and director of Pacific Rim: Uprising Steven S. DeKnight. Take a look below. Netflix
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When FOX cancelled the fan-favorite police procedural based on the character of Lucifer Morningstar as depicted in Neil Gaiman’s The Sandman and its spinoff Lucifer by Mike Carey, streaming giant Netflix stepped in to save the show, giving it not just one but two more seasons. Recently, they announced that the show’s fifth season would
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Sunday’s Fear the Walking Dead 505, “The End of Everything,” caught up with the missing Althea (Maggie Grace), who was captured by a member of the CRM organization that will later be responsible for the disappearance of Rick Grimes (Andrew Lincoln). The tight-lipped soldier, at first ironically nicknamed “Happy” by the inquisitive Al, later reveals
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The Walking Dead fans demand to know if Season 10 will finally show the long unattached Daryl (Norman Reedus) some love. Romantically pairing the loner with longtime close friend Carol (Melissa McBride) would satisfy “Caryl” shippers, fulfilling calls that have existed since Season 2. But hooking up Daryl with series newcomer and instant fan-favorite Connie
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[embedded content] A live-action adaptation of Final Fantasy XIV from Sony Pictures Television, production company Hivemind, and the game’s developer Square Enix is in the works, the companies announced on Thursday. The television series will be set in the world of Eorzea, the fictional setting that the online Final Fantasy game takes place in. No
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Neil Gaiman’s works are finding are having quite the resurgence on television, thanks to Amazon’s Good Omens and Starz’s American Gods. As Gaiman recently revealed, one of his projects – the comic miniseries Marvel 1602 – was almost among them. On Wednesday, Gaiman took to Twitter to share that he asked Marvel TV about a
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As fans well know by now, DC Universe‘s new Swamp Thing live-action series was cancelled earlier this month less than one week after the first episode debuted on the streaming service. While details on exactly why the promising series was cancelled are still a bit of a mystery, Swamp Thing‘s debut had been met with
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There are two big trends in entertainment these days and that’s reboots and prequels. And when it comes to one of those popular reboots, Fuller House, it sounds like there might be a prequel of sorts under consideration. Fuller House star and executive producer John Stamos says he’s looking towards a prequel series once Fuller
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Netflix is going all-in on the cross-promotion for the upcoming third installment of Stranger Things, and playing very heavily on the nostalgia of fans. There are Stranger Things ice cream flavors at Baskin Robbins, Coca-Cola is bringing back New Coke for a limited time, and now Eggo is getting in on the action. This week,
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A Christian organization that petitioned Netflix to cancel Amazon Studios original mini-series Good Omens has addressed its error in rallying against the wrong streamer in an attempt to see the “offensive” series cancelled. “Due to an oversight by Return to Order staff, this petition originally listed Netflix as responsible for the offensive series ‘Good Omens.’
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This week in “why the Internet is ridiculous,” we saw a major outcry against the new religious-themed series Good Omens, with some critical viewers banding together to petition Netflix to cancel the series. Only problem is: Good Omens doesn’t stream on Netflix, it streams on Amazon Prime. Well, Netflix took this bit of ridiculousness in
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