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Olivia Colman is in talks to join Marvel’s Secret Invasion as Julia Louis-Dreyfus makes debut on The Falcon and the Winter Soldier

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TV News: Peaky, Game, Clueless, Kid, iCarly

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Peaky Blinders A first look photo is out of Paul Anderson’s Arthur Shelby in the upcoming sixth season of British crime drama “Peaky Blinders”. Anderson joins a returning Natasha O’Keeffe as Lizzie alongside Rebecca Keatley and Stephen Graham who have joined the cast for the final season which has been in production since January. [Source:…

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A first look photo is out of Paul Anderson’s Arthur Shelby in the upcoming sixth season of British crime drama “Peaky Blinders”. Anderson joins a returning Natasha O’Keeffe as Lizzie alongside Rebecca Keatley and Stephen Graham who have joined the cast for the final season which has been in production since January. [Source: Twitter]

The Game


A revival of the nine-season long “The Game” has been ordered to series at Paramount+ with original series stars Wendy Raquel Robinson and Hosea Chanchez to return.

The half-hour series has been given a ten-episode order at the streamer and will relocate the story from San Diego to Las Vegas. Devon Greggory will serve as writer, executive producer and showrunner. [Source: Variety]

Clueless


Peacock has passed on further developing a reboot of the 1995 cult film comedy “Clueless” which helped launch the careers of Alicia Silverstone and Paul Rudd. CBS Studios are already trying to re-develop a potentially different version. [Source: THR]

Billy the Kid


Epix has set newcomer Tom Blyth to star in the forthcoming eight-episode scripted drama exploring the origins of the American outlaw Billy the Kid. “The Tudors” and “Vikings” creator Michael Hirst is behind the series about the outlaw previously known as William H. Bonney. Filming begins in June in Calgary. The series is expected to air next year on Epix. [Source: THR]

iCarly


A June 17th premiere date on the Paramount+ service has been set for “iCarly,” the thirteen-episode revival of the original Nickelodeon hit picking up a decade later. Miranda Cosgrove, Jerry Trainor and Nathan Kress all return while Laci Mosley and Jaiddyn Triplett co-star. [Source: Paramount+]

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“SEAL Team,” “Clarice” Move To Paramount+

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Plans are reportedly underway that will see military procedural “SEAL Team” and last season launched “Clarice” moving from the main CBS network over to ViacomCBS’ Paramount+ streaming service. The current plan reportedly is to air a few episodes of the fifth season of the David Boreanaz-led “SEAL Team” on CBS before moving it over to…

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Plans are reportedly underway that will see military procedural “SEAL Team” and last season launched “Clarice” moving from the main CBS network over to ViacomCBS’ Paramount+ streaming service.

The current plan reportedly is to air a few episodes of the fifth season of the David Boreanaz-led “SEAL Team” on CBS before moving it over to the streamer. It also likely means a reduced episode count. “Clarice” would air the entirety of its second season on the streamer.

Deals for this arrangement are reportedly still being worked out. It marks the latest series originally developed for a network to be shifted to a streaming service and follows in the wake of NBC’s “Langdon” which is being shifted to Peacock.

Source: Variety

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Travolta, Willis Re-Team On “Paradise City”

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“Pulp Fiction” stars Bruce Willis and John Travolta are re-teaming for the first time in nearly three decades for the Chuck Russell-directed action feature “Paradise City”. Willis plays renegade bounty hunter, Ryan Swan, who must carve his way through the Hawaiian crime world to wreak vengeance on the kingpin (Travolta) who murdered his father. The…

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“Pulp Fiction” stars Bruce Willis and John Travolta are re-teaming for the first time in nearly three decades for the Chuck Russell-directed action feature “Paradise City”.

Willis plays renegade bounty hunter, Ryan Swan, who must carve his way through the Hawaiian crime world to wreak vengeance on the kingpin (Travolta) who murdered his father.

The tone is reportedly said to be similar to Michael Mann’s “Miami Vice,” but with bounty hunters instead of cops. Thai actress and model Praya Lundberg also stars in the project and filming kicks off next week in Maui.

Source: Deadline

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