The CW Acquires Rights to Four Series, Including ‘Swamp Thing’ and ‘Tell Me a Story’
The CW has acquired four series for broadcast and streaming: DC Universe’s “Swamp Thing” and CBS All Access’ “Tell Me a Story” will be making their network TV debuts on The CW, while foreign shows “Coroner” and “Dead Pixels” will be making their first stateside appearance.Premiere dates for all four shows will be announced at a later date.The horror-tinged “Swamp Thing” centered on the titular DC superhero, while the psychological thriller “Tell Me a Story” anthology series took classic fairy tales, such as “The Three Little Pigs” and “Little Red Riding Hood,” and reimagined them with dark, twisted spins.The hourlong Canadian “Coroner” drama, which originally began airing on CBC last year, centers on Dr.
Jenny Cooper (Serinda Swan), a recently widowed, newly appointed coroner who investigates any suspicious, unnatural, or sudden deaths in Toronto.
British sitcom “Dead Pixels,” which began airing on E4 last year, centers
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