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First Trailer For Netflix’s ‘The Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance’ Is Here

Netflix's 'The Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance' series will star Taron Egerton, Nathalie Emmanuel, and Anya Taylor-Joy.
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“Sex And The City” Follow-Up In Development At Paramount TV

A sequel to the HBO classic "Sex and the City" could very well makes its way to our televisions before we know it.
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“The Sandlot” To Return As TV Show With Original Cast Members

Almost a year ago, the cast of the “The Sandlot” got together to celebrate the movie’s 25th anniversary.
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“MacGruber” TV Series In Development, Original Cast Would Return

"MacGruber," Will Forte’s parody of Angus MacGyver, debuted on Saturday Night Live in 2007.
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'The Simpsons' Renewed For Two More Seasons

That's a total of 32 seasons!!
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A Real Documentary On “The Office” In Development, Scheduled To Be Released In 2020

"The Office" , one of America’s greatest television series, is based on the filming of a documentary about a paper supply company in Scranton, Pennsylvania.
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TV Series Based On The Life Of Selena Quintanilla Coming To Netflix

This week, Netflix has announced their plans for a new series based on the life of famed Tejano singer Selena Quintanilla.
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First Official Photo Of Ruby Rose As Batwoman Revealed

In August it was announced that Ruby Rose would portray Batwoman in an upcoming TV series on the CW.
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A Bewitched Reboot Is Coming From The Creator Of Black-ish

ABC has ordered a pilot for the Bewitched reboot from Black-ish Creator Kenya Barris.
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Plain White T's "Hey There Delilah" To Be Adapted Into Television Series

"Hey There Delilah" spent 35 weeks in total on the Billboard Hot 100, multiple times being No. 1, after it was released in 2006.
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