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UK producer Charlie Hanson removed from Netflix’s ‘After Life’ following abuse allegations

Bafta suspends Hanson, who denies all allegations.UK producer Charlie Hanson has been removed from production of season three of After Life by Netflix, in the wake of allegations against him by 11 women including of serious sexual assault.The allegations were detailed in a report by UK newspaper The Times today (May 29); Hanson has denied […]

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Film4, BFI comedy ‘Brian & Charles’ begins UK shoot

Feature has been co-written and stars cult comedy writer-actor David Earl.Filming has begun on Jim Archer’s UK comedy feature Brian & Charles for Film4 and the BFI, starring David Earl.Earl, who also co-wrote the film with Chris Hayward, is best known for his darkly comedic roles in Ricky Gervais series’ Derek and After Life.Archer’s credits […]

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David Earl Begins Filming Film4 and BFI Comedy ‘Brian & Charles’ (Exclusive)

Filming has begun in North Wales locations on Film4 and British Film Institute-backed feature film “Brian & Charles,” cowritten by and starring David Earl (“After Life”).The project began life as an acclaimed 2017 short of the same name directed by Jim Archer (“The Young Offenders”). Archer makes his feature directorial debut with “Brian & Charles.” […]

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TV Bits: ‘Masters of the Universe’, ‘After Life’, ‘Yellowstone’, ‘Project Blue Book’, ‘Fuller House’, and More

In this edition of TV Bits: CBS has renewed – and canceled – several shows. Kevin Smith gives an update on his Masters of the Universe series. Ricky Gervais’ After Life gets a third season at Netflix. Watch a trailer for Yellowstone season 3. Peacock signs a deal with Apple. History has canceled Project Blue […]

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‘La Casa de Papel’ (‘Money Heist’) Tops Netflix’s Charts in Key European Markets

“La Casa de Papel” (“Money Heist”) Part 3 was the most-watched content on Netflix in 2019 across major European markets, including France, Spain and Italy, according to information released Monday by the streaming giant. In the U.K., however, both Alex Pina’s “La Casa de Papel” and, more curiously, British royal family series “The Crown” were […]

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