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Servant review – a decent M Night Shyamalan show? Now there's a twist

Be afraid … Apple TV+ is serving up creepy dolls, creepier nannys and all sorts of supernatural shenanigans thanks to M Night Shyamalan

Apple TV+’s new show Servant centres on Dorothy and Sean, a wealthy couple with exhaustingly successful lives: she is a local newscaster with family money, he is a chef to the rich and famous. They dwell in a sumptuous if slightly gothic Manhattan townhouse with their new baby whom they have named, because we live in a morally derelict age with no sense of decorum or shame any more, Jericho.

Or Do They? For this is a supernatural thriller, created by Tony Basgallop and executive produced by M Night Shyamalan, so nothing can be straightforward. Or quick. Or unbeautifully framed. But we’ll get to that.
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Apple TV+'s Servant Premiere: Grade It!

Life as a new parent can be a scary thing, as Sean Turner learns via a shocking twist at the end of Servant‘s series premiere.

The Apple TV+ thriller from M. Night Shyamalan (The Sixth Sense) and Tony Basgallop (Berlin Station) follows Philadelphia couple Sean (Fantastic 4‘s Toby Kebbell) and his wife, Dorothy (Six Feet Under‘s Lauren Ambrose), as they hire a nanny to care for their infant son, Jericho. The live-in caregiver they select is named Leanne (Game of Thrones‘ Nell Tiger Free. Leanne seems nice enough, though she’s young (she’s only 18) and a little odd (without asking,
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‘Servant’ Twists Itself Into Knots

‘Servant’ Twists Itself Into Knots
While many genres lend themselves as well to television as film, horror has generally seemed better suited to the big screen. There’s something fundamental to the nature of horror stories that demands the spell they cast over the audience not last very long — especially because their plots often require the heroes to do dumb things that the audience will start to question after a while. Horror can work incredibly well on television, but usually when it’s cross-bred with another genre (action for Buffy the Vampire Slayer, crime procedural
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The Chainsmokers to Produce Music Drama in Development at Freeform

  • Variety
The Chainsmokers are set to executive produce a drama series currently in development at Freeform, Variety has learned.

The series is titled “Demo.” It follows a 20-something musician who dares to leave behind her struggling indie rock band and her working class family to try writing pop songs in Los Angeles. Though at first she’s eager to shed her past, she soon discovers that the best songs tell the deepest truths, if only she can find the strength to tell hers.

The project hails from writer and executive producer Joy Gregory. Alex Pall and Drew Taggart of The Chainsmokers will executive produce under their Kick the Habit production banner along with Kick the Habit’s Adam Alpert. Alpert is also the duo’s manager and chief executive officer of Disruptor Records. Greg Silverman, Paul Shapiro, and Cara Fano of Stampede Ventures will also executive produce.

The formation of Kick
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Servant Season 2 Confirmed at Apple TV+

Alec Bojalad Nov 23, 2019

Apple TV+ has renewed another one of its original series, ordering Servant season 2 from producer M. Night Shyamalan.

Apple TV+ began with five series. Now all five of those series have received a second season order with the nascent streaming service confirming that Servant season 2 is on the way.

Servant is set to join the Apple streaming family officially when it premieres on Thursday, November 28. The series, produced by M. Night Shyamalan and showrunner Tony Basgallop, follows a Philadelphia family who welcomes a mysterious young nanny into their home following a horrific tragedy.

Toby Kebbell and Lauren Ambrose star as Sean and Dorothy Turner, a married couple who experience the unthinkable when their infant child Jericho suddenly dies. Dorothy has a difficult time processing the tragedy so the family brings in a realistic Jericho to help transition back into health. But several weeks in to the fake Jericho experiment,
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Freddie Highmore Will Star In, Produce ‘Leonardo’, As His Alfresco Pictures Shingle Adds To Its Slate

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Freddie Highmore Will Star In, Produce ‘Leonardo’, As His Alfresco Pictures Shingle Adds To Its Slate
Exclusive: The Good Doctor star Freddie Highmore will executive produce and join the cast of Frank Spotnitz and Steve Thompson’s Leonardo, a drama series that takes a fresh look at the life and legacy of the iconic artist Leonardo da Vinci, positing that he was a gay outsider who used his work as a way of hiding his true self. Each episode will examine one of da Vinci’s artworks for hidden clues about a tortured artist struggling for perfection.

Highmore will play Stefano Giraldi, a fictional police detective who frames the narrative, investigating da Vinci as the suspect in a murder case and digging into his past. Highmore’s Sony-aligned production company, Alfresco Pictures, will join Italy’s Luxe Vide and Spotnitz’s Big Light Productions to produce the show, with Alfresco’s Head of Development Claire Londy serving as co-ep. Backing the project is The Alliance,
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"Titans: Jericho" On DC Universe

The next episode of "Titans", based on the DC Comics superhero team, is titled "Jericho", streaming October 25, 2019 on DC Universe:

"...'Dick' finally reveals the truth to the team and, in flashback, we learn the secret behind the 'Deathstroke' vendetta against the 'Titans'.

"Now after the death of 'Garth'/'Aqualad', Dick, 'Donna', 'Dawn' and 'Hank' befriend 'Jericho Wilson' (Chella Man) the son of Deathstroke

"Realizing that devotion to his son might be Deathstroke's only weakness, Dick is eager to use the information against his nemesis. 

"But as the Titans' friendship with Jericho grows and he's taken into the fold, Dick is forced to make a choice between loyalty and revenge..."

Click the images to enlarge and Sneak Peek "Titans"....
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Eerie Teaser Trailer For M. Night Shyamalan's Apple TV+ Series Servant

Apple TV+ has released the first teaser trailer for M Night Shyamalan’s new series Servant. The teaser is called “Jericho” and while it doesn’t show much, it does have an eerie and unsettling vibe as we watch what looks to be a life-like baby doll swinging in a baby swing.

Apple describes servant as "a new psychological thriller” and the story follows “a Philadelphia couple in mourning after an unspeakable tragedy creates a rift in their marriage and opens the door for a mysterious force to enter their home."

The series stars Toby Kebbell, Lauren Ambrose, Nell Tiger Free, and Rupert Grill. The series is written by creator Tony Basgallop, who executive produces alongside Shyamalan.

There’s no word on when the series will premiere, but you can check out the teaser below and then tell us what you think.
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Ten Best: Things WWE did in The Attitude Era!

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If you’ve read my Top 10: Terrible Things that WWE Did During The Attitude Era article you’ll probably know that this article was coming. I couldn’t do a list of bad things without following it up with a list of the best things that WWE did back in the infamous Attitude Era. So, here we go…

10. PPVs Felt Different

If you watch WWE PPVs now, which I do, you’ll likely notice that they pretty much all look the same. Sure, the logos are different, but the set-up is all the same. It’s not really the biggest deal, but I did always get a lot of enjoyment out of seeing the unique sets that WWE would implement on their shows back in this era. If it was WWF Armageddom the stage would be littered with chain link, tanks, barrels, scaffolding. If it was WWF Backlash, we
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Former bad boy Skeet Ulrich is the sweetest Instagram dad ever

  • The AV Club
In the ’90s, Skeet Ulrich often played the unrepentant bad boy in movies like The Craft and Scream, like a Teen Beat version of Johnny Depp. Since then, Ulrich has transitioned into a solid TV career with series like Jericho, Law And Order: L.A., and, of course Riverdale, in which he plays the pops of Jughead Jones.
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Review: Titans: The Complete First Season

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Fans were horrified when the overly dark teaser trailer arrived last summer, with a wet, angry Robin (Brenton Thwaites) declaring, “Fuck Batman!” This was certainly not the Bob Haney and Nick Cardy version or even the Marv Wolfman and George Pérez version that was a direct ancestor. As a result, the Titans series which helped launch the DC Universe streaming service was approached with a great deal of apprehension.

The bottom line is that it turned out better than one feared although it really had little to do with the once best-selling title that is credited with saving DC Comics from creative failure. The 11 episodes are now collected by Warner Home Entertained as Titans: The Complete First Season, a two-disc Blu-ray offering out now.

For those unwilling to shell out for the channel, this and the other shows coming to disc is a great way to catch up.

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Titans’ Aqualad Probably Won’t Be Gay, But Another Hero Might Be

When it comes to Titans‘ second season, there’s certainly a lot to look forward to. Not only will Deathstroke emerge as the new big bad, but we’ll also meet the likes of Superboy, Jericho, Ravager, Mercy Graves and Bruce Wayne in the flesh. In addition to those folks, it’s worth mentioning how a live action version of Aqualad will also be along for the ride, someone who hasn’t been discussed all that much to this point.

Those of you who are intimately familiar with Atlanteans know of how there have been multiple versions of Aqualad in pop culture. More often than not, the iteration we’re used to seeing is that of Garth, who’ll be played by Drew Van Acker on the Titans show itself. And if comic books aren’t your cup of tea, you’ve likely at least been introduced to him by
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‘Lovecraft Country’: Jamie Neumann, Erica Tazel & Mac Brandt To Recur On HBO Series

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‘Lovecraft Country’: Jamie Neumann, Erica Tazel & Mac Brandt To Recur On HBO Series
Exclusive: Former The Deuce star Jamie Neumann, Erica Tazel (The Good Fight) and Kingdom alum Mac Brandt are set for recurring roles opposite Jonathan Majors, Courtney B. Vance and Jurnee Smollett-Bell on HBO’s upcoming straight-to-series drama Lovecraft Country, from Misha Green, Oscar winner Jordan Peele and his Monkeypaw Productions, J.J. Abrams’ Bad Robot, and Warner Bros Television.

Penned by Green based on the 2016 novel from Matt Ruff, Lovecraft Country follows Atticus Freeman (Majors) as he joins up with his friend Letitia (Smollett-Bell) and his Uncle George (Vance) to embark on a road trip across 1950s Jim Crow America in search of his missing father. This begins a struggle to survive and overcome both the racist terrors of white America and the terrifying monsters that could be ripped from a Lovecraft paperback.

Neumann will play Hillary, an outdoorsy woman who migrates to the big city – where her dreams turn into nightmares.
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‘Black Sails’ Executive Producers Sign Fox 21 Television Studios Deal

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‘Black Sails’ Executive Producers Sign Fox 21 Television Studios Deal
Black Sails’ co-creator Jon Steinberg and his producing partner Dan Schotz have signed an overall deal with Fox 21 Television Studios.

Under the three-year deal, the pair will develop and run series for the studio. The deal is the twelfth such agreement that the combined Fox 21 TV and 20th Fox TV have signed since the Disney takeover.

Other creatives who have signed with Disney’s new TV acquisition include Wendy & Lizzie Molyneux, Drew Goddard, Jason Winer, Octavia Spencer, Nora Smith, Jake Kasdan & Melvin Mar, Marlene King, Liz Meriwether, Amy Holden Jones, Dan Fogelman and Jon M. Chu.

“Jon is both an incredibly talented creator and a force of nature as a showrunner. He’s one of the best multi-takers we’ve ever worked with. Together with his producing partner Dan Shotz, we have every belief that he’ll be a major supplier to the Disney platforms and a big presence
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Jon Steinberg & Dan Shotz Sign Overall Deal With Fox 21 TV Studios

Black Sails co-creator Jon Steinberg and his producing partner Dan Shotz have signed a three-year overall deal with Fox 21 Television Studios to develop and run series for the studio.

Steinberg and Shotz were most recently executive producers on the Apple streaming series, See. Prior to that, Steinberg executive produced and co-created three-time Emmy winner Black Sails, which ran for four seasons, and on which Shotz served as executive producer and writer. Steinberg was the executive producer and creator of Human Target, which he developed along with Wonderland Sound and Vision, DC Comics, Warner Bros. and Fox. Steinberg also co-created and produced the CBS series Jericho.

“Jon is both an incredibly talented creator and a force of nature as a showrunner,” said Bert Salke, President of Fox 21 Television Studios. He’s one of the best multi-takers we’ve ever worked with. Together with his producing partner Dan Shotz, we have
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‘Black Sails’ Co-Creator Jon Steinberg Signs Overall Deal at Fox 21 TV Studios

‘Black Sails’ Co-Creator Jon Steinberg Signs Overall Deal at Fox 21 TV Studios
Black Sails” co-creator Jon Steinberg and his producing partner Dan Shotz have signed an overall deal with Fox 21 Television Studios, the studio announced on Friday.

Under the three-year deal, the duo will create and run new series for the Disney-owned TV studio.

Steinberg and Shotz most recently served as executive producers for the Apple streaming series, “See,” alongside “Hunger Games” director Francis Lawrence. Prior to that, the duo were executive producers on the Starz pirate drama “Black Sails.”

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Before he joined forces with Shotz, Steinberg was creator of the Fox series “Human Target” and CBS’s “Jericho.” Shotz was a partner with director Jon Turteltaub at Junction Entertainment, where he developed and produced “Jericho” for CBS Television.

“We couldn’t be more grateful for the faith Peter, Dana, Craig and Bert have shown us, and excited
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‘Blood and Treasure’ Trailer: CBS Promises Fun ‘Indiana Jones’-esque Action This Summer

  • Indiewire
Despite much of the network’s airtime being devoted to procedurals, CBS has developed a recent tradition of devoting its summer programming slots to more out-there genre programming — shows that might defy expectations and represent more bonkers storytelling.

This year, look to “Blood and Treasure” as the latest show to follow in this tradition. A modern-day action thriller with touches of “Indiana Jones” and “National Treasure,” creators Matthew Federman and Stephen Scaia deliver an odd couple globe-trotting adventure about an antiquities expert and a cunning art thief who team up to take down a notorious thief/terrorist (played by “The Mummy’s” Oded Fehr.)

Matt Barr, previously seen in the CW’s “Valor” and Fox’s “Sleepy Hollow,” leads the cast alongside Sofia Pernas, whose recent TV credits include “Jane the Virgin” and NBC’s “The Brave.” The series also stars Michael James Shaw, Katia Winter, James Callis, Alicia Coppola,
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Titans Has Cast Its Bruce Wayne For Season 2

After surprising us all with a rather impressive first season, there’s got to be a new level of anticipation going into Titans‘ sophomore run. Already, casting has been heating up, as major characters like Superboy, Deathstroke and Jericho have been added to the equation.

To be completely honest, I’m still in a state of shock while having to report today’s news. I say that because even though Batman appeared in season 1’s finale, I never thought we’d actually see Bruce Wayne on the series – and I’m not counting his silhouette.

As it turns out though, Iain Glen has landed one of the most coveted roles in the history of cinema, as he’s now part of an exclusive club to have played Bruce Wayne. At this time, it’s unclear if he’ll actually suit up as the Dark Knight (stuntmen did the honor during
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"Titans": DC Universe Series Adds Deathstroke’s Son, Jericho, for Season 2

  • The Wrap
Titans” is keeping it in the family with its latest addition to its expanded roster for season 2.

The DC Universe series is bringing in Chella Man as Joseph Wilson, better known as the hero Jericho. He’s also the son of the DC Comics villain Deathstroke, another new character joining “Titans” next season. Esai Morales was cast last week as the super assassin, whose real name is Slade Wilson.

Mute after his father failed to rescue him from having his vocal cords severed by assassins, Jericho has the unique ability to possess anyone just by making eye contact. This gentle-natured yet proud hero has proven himself a formidable Titan. Liam Hall plays a version of the character on The CW’s “Arrow.”

Along with Deathstroke, “Titans” is also adding Superboy (aka Conner Kent) for season 2.

Titans” is based on “Teen Titans,
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Scandal's Darby Stanchfield Joins Netflix's Locke & Key

Netflix is bringing Darby Stanchfield back to the small screen. 

The Scandal star has been added to the cast of the streamer's upcoming comic book drama, Locke & Key, according to Deadline. 

Stanchfield will play the role of Nina Locke, the mother of Kinsey, Tyler, and Bode.

The 10-episode drama series focuses on the Locke siblings Kinsey, Tyler, and Bode who move to their ancestral home in Massachusetts following the gruesome death of their father. 

Related: Scandal Ending After Seven Seasons at ABC

However, they quickly learn the house has magical keys that give them a wide array of powers and abilities.

A devious demon is on the lookout for the keys and will turn to the deadliest of tactics to get them back. 

It does sound like the perfect show for binging, and we're sure Netflix will make the long wait for this series worthwhile. 

Locke & Key was originally
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