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Amazon’s ‘The Tick’ series is officially dead, won’t find new home

Amazon’s ‘The Tick’ series is officially dead, won’t find new home

In 2016, Amazon released the first episode in an original series called The Tick, the character's first arrival on television since the previous FOX series launched in 2001. The show received a full first season and earned fairly high ratings from both viewers and critics. Despite that, The Tick's creator has confirmed the series is officially dead.

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DC Universe original ‘Swamp Thing’ cancelled: Here’s what we know

DC Universe original ‘Swamp Thing’ cancelled: Here’s what we know

DC Universe, the subscription service from DC Entertainment, has cancelled its original show Swamp Thing. The series is one of multiple original shows the digital service offers subscribers, presenting the DC Universe character in its own drama. News of the cancellation surfaced earlier today, but it took some time for official details to arrive.

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A vital Game of Thrones vs ASOIAF fan theory says Greyjoys will change all

A vital Game of Thrones vs ASOIAF fan theory says Greyjoys will change all

As George R.R. Martin said multiple times in the past, television and novels are two very different mediums. Game of Thrones the television series followed the books pretty spot-on to start - and stuck with a lot of the eventual deaths and lives of the characters in a very general way. Now that we've reached the end of the television series and have two more novels in the Game of Ice and Fire left, what's left to change? And what's changed already? Also note: This post is absolutely riddled with spoilers, so watch out!

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Jurassic World: Camp Cretaceous is Netflix’s next big show

Jurassic World: Camp Cretaceous is Netflix’s next big show

Netflix announced today that it's teamed up with DreamWorks Animation to produce a new animated series based on the first Jurassic World movie. The show is called Jurassic World: Camp Cretaceous and is set to debut at some point in 2020. The show is actually set during the same timeline as 2015's Jurassic World, but it's going to tell a very different story from the movie.

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HBO’s Silicon Valley will end with a short sixth season

HBO’s Silicon Valley will end with a short sixth season

The HBO comedy Silicon Valley from Mike Judge will end with its sixth season, according to a new report. The show's last season will also reportedly be cut short at only seven episodes total, the report claims, wrapping up what has been a popular, though relatively short-lived, series on the five young men behind a Silicon Valley startup.

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New Jessica Jones release date confirmed as Netflix’s Marvel run ends

New Jessica Jones release date confirmed as Netflix’s Marvel run ends

One by one, Netflix has been killing off its roster of Marvel shows. What started with the cancellations of Luke Cage and Iron Fist eventually moved onto Daredevil, and by that point, it was clear that Netflix was cleaning house. At the time Daredevil was cancelled, new seasons of Jessica Jones and The Punisher were still in development, so for a time, Netflix stayed silent on the fate of both shows.

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Game of Thrones season 8’s big downfall is Daenerys’ story

Game of Thrones season 8’s big downfall is Daenerys’ story

After a two year wait, Game of Thrones' final season premiered seven weeks ago, and for a lot people, what started with a ton of anticipation ended in disappointment. Game of Thrones is currently at the center of a lot of discussion, and at the moment at least, those discussions largely seem to be negative. There are a lot of reasons why people are disappointed with the final season of the show, but for me, the biggest is that this conclusion wasn’t given the time it needed to have the impact we were all expecting.

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Black Mirror promo video series arrives on YouTube starting May 26

Black Mirror promo video series arrives on YouTube starting May 26

Black Mirror fans will receive a treat in the form of a short video series Netflix plans to release on its Latin America YouTube channel starting today, May 26. The series will feature short promotional videos released over coming days, ultimately leading up to the show's Season 5 premiere on Netflix next month. As with Season 5, the series will only feature three episodes.

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Kelsey Grammer teases Frasier revival: Here’s what we know

Kelsey Grammer teases Frasier revival: Here’s what we know

The Frasier series revival we've occasionally heard about for months is slightly closer to becoming a reality, at least based on comments made by series star Kelsey Grammer. The actor recently talked about the possible revival on British entertainment show Lorraine, during which he said there are half a dozen different possible ideas for a new show in the pipeline.

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Inside the Transformers 35th Anniversary Celebration Box

Inside the Transformers 35th Anniversary Celebration Box

This week the folks at Hasbro sent out a number of sizeable cardboard boxes to the media. These boxes contained large arrangements of toys - Transformers toys. It's the 35th anniversary of the original release of Transformers into our collective conscious - and it's apparently time to celebrate. This celebration is connected to the hashtag #morethanmeetstheeye, because of course it is.

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LG AI ThinQ TVs get Amazon Alexa support on 2019 models

LG AI ThinQ TVs get Amazon Alexa support on 2019 models

TVs are no longer what they were just a few years ago. Never mind how some have become so thin that they almost disappear into walls, they've also become so intelligent they could become the hub of modern smart homes. Many of them, however, can't do it alone and require the help of some AI assistant. That's why LG is rolling out support for Amazon Alexa to its 2019 TVs under its AI ThinQ smart brand.

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Game of Thrones: the ‘real’ ending, via George RR Martin

Game of Thrones: the ‘real’ ending, via George RR Martin

On May 20th, 2019, George RR Martin made an entry into his "Not a Blog" blog about the current state of Game of Thrones. The television series final episode, Season 8, Episode 6: The Iron Throne just popped up, and it was time for the original author to have his say. Not that he had a lot to say about the ending of this particular interpretation of the content. He confirmed that he's still working on additional material for his written ending(s) to A Song of Ice and Fire - and that his ending WILL be different. Or it won't - so he says.

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