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‘Maid’ Trailer: Margaret Qualley Seeks a Better Life in Netflix Limited Series

After breaking out on HBO’s “The Leftovers” and delivering a stellar leading turn in the 2017 feature “Novitiate,” actress Margaret Qualley is entering the Netflix limited series game with “Maid.” The one-season series is inspired by Stephanie Land’s memoir, “Maid: Hard Work, Low Pay, and a Mother’s Will to Survive” and is created and written […]

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Actor Carrie Coon: ‘My husband says I have ice-water in my veins’

The chameleon-like star of Fargo and The Leftovers on performing opposite Jude Law in new thriller The Nest, the sophistication of British audiences – and her ‘showmance’ with husband Tracy LettsA toddler is playing a tuba in the next room and Carrie Coon apologises in advance if she’s a little distracted. Unexpectedly saddled with childcare […]

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Tom Spezialy to Serve as Showrunner on Marvel’s ‘Silk’ Series — Report

Tom Spezialy executive produced HBO’s “Watchmen,” one of the most acclaimed superhero television shows in recent memory. Now, he’s setting his sights on a Marvel character via “Silk,” Sony Television Pictures’ upcoming live-action series based on the Spider-Man character.Deadline recently reported that Spezialy, whose credits also include “The Leftovers” and “Castle Rock,” has signed an […]

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Damon Lindelof Sets Mysterious Peacock Drama ‘Mrs. Davis,’ His First Project After ‘Watchmen’

Three-time Primetime Emmy winner Damon Lindelof has set his first project post-“Watchmen” with “Mrs. Davis,” a new drama series headed for Peacock. He will team with “Young Sheldon” writer and co-executive producer Tara Hernandez for the series. Peacock has ordered a 10-episode first season.While plot details remain under wraps, the series is set to explore […]

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‘Watchmen’: How the Finale Explains Every Damon Lindelof Love Story

There is a moment roughly two-thirds of the way through the finale of Damon Lindelof and company’s “Watchmen” that I finally understood love. That is, perhaps, an overstatement, but not much of one. Put more accurately, I finally understood love stories as they exist within Lindelof’s worlds, where they often serve as a foundational element. […]

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Regina King Talks The Mixing Of Genres In ‘Watchmen’ & The Series’ Social Commentary [Interview]

Recently, Regina King attended the San Francisco “Watchmen” premiere, organized by HBO, presenting Damon Lindelof‘s (“The Leftovers“) bold, highly-acclaimed adaptation of Alan Moore and Dave Gibbons‘ iconic, comic book series. A thorough departure from the majority of the graphic novels, Lindelof’s envisions a new alternate universe in which white supremacy has seemingly risen to power […]

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HBO’s ‘Watchmen’: Everything You Need to Know About Damon Lindelof’s Take On the Classic Graphic Novel

After “The Leftovers’” series finale in 2017, there were a lot of questions about what Damon Lindelof’s next TV project would be. Prior to “The Leftovers,” he’d done “Lost,” a series that’s finale had received—and to this day, still receives—a far different response than the universally-praised conclusion to the later series. But with the goodwill […]

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Damon Lindelof Reveals New ‘Watchmen’ Details, Addresses Alan Moore’s Objections to the HBO Series

What a curiosity HBO’s Watchmen series is shaping up to be. Inspired by Alan Moore and Dave Gibbons’ celebrated graphic novel of the same name, the new series from The Leftovers showrunner Damon Lindelof just dropped an Easter Egg-heavy trailer during Sdcc that teased some unexpected to connections to the iconic graphic novel, while also […]

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