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Network: BBC America Release Date: February 18 Talent: Sir David Attenborough, composer Hans Zimmer It’s been a decade since the original natural history series “Planet Earth” rocked our worlds, and with improvements in technology, we expect nothing less that breathtaking, mind-blowing filmmaking.
Network: Netflix Release Date: TBA 2017 Talent: Charlie Cox, Krysten Ritter, Mike Colter, Finn Jones, Rosario Dawson, Sigourney Weaver, Elden Henson, Carrie-Anne Moss, Scott Glenn; EPs S. Clarkson, Cindy Holland, Drew Goddard (EP) Daredevil. Yes, “The Deuce” is a period drama set in New York promising loads of drugs, sex, and ‘70s spirit.
But dating back to “Homicide: Life on the Streets,” every David Simon project has been an event worth marking on the calendar.
Williams, Whoopi Goldberg, Rosie O’Donnell, Denis O’Hare, David Hyde Pierce, Rob Reiner, TR Knight, Richard Schiff, Phylicia Rashad, Mary Mc Cormack, and a whole lot more Created by the Oscar-winning screenwriter behind “Milk,” this incredibly ambitious limited series aims to tell the story of gay rights in America, stretching from the Stonewall riots to the modern day.
Get ready for heartache, outrage, period music and a packed cast of great directors, as decades worth of injustice unfold.
Shailene Woodley is arguably the lead in this ensemble project, playing a newcomer to the coastal town whose son gets in a spot of trouble on his first day of school.
Regardless, Woodley’s single mother befriends the married moms, including Reese Witherspoon and Nicole Kidman, all before the most heinous act goes down.
Bell, Logan Browning, Antoinette Robertson, De Ron Horton, John Patrick Amedori, Ashley Blaine Featherson, Nia Long The 2014 film written and directed by Justin Simien is an Indie Wire favorite going way back (it won our first-ever Project of the Year award) and we couldn’t be happier to see him get the opportunity to expand his original story to 10, 30-minute episodes.
And there’s clearly plenty of both comedy and drama to mine in the story of race relations on a modern-day college campus, with at least one returning cast member (Brandon P. Yes, “Iron Fist” will premiere before “The Defenders,” but really, this is the culmination of all the Marvel Netflix series so far, and having our favorite characters finally fight side-by-side (and no doubt bicker with each other) promises to be entertaining as hell.
In the half-hour series, Hader plays an ex-Marine who operates as a for-hire hitman in the Midwest. “Barry” was the first new show ordered to series by HBO Programming President Casey Bloys (after he took over for long-time head, Michael Lombardo), which shows a good degree of confidence in a creator who’s certainly earned it with his recent work.