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‘9 Months With Courteney Cox’ Producer Ample Entertainment Makes Senior Hires & Promotions

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‘9 Months With Courteney Cox’ Producer Ample Entertainment Makes Senior Hires & Promotions
Exclusive: 9 Months With Courteney Cox producer Ample Entertainment has made a number of senior hires and promotions.

The company, which also produces Investigation Discovery’s Murder In The Heartland, has promoted Sam Lang, co-exec producer of Discovery’s Cooper’s Treasure, to creative director and has hired Kathy Griffin: My Life on the D-List Ep Matt Blaine as exec producer.

Lang, who will report to Ample co-presidents Ari Mark and Phil Lott has also been co-exec producer on Murder in the Heartland as well as series including Hunted, Everest Rescue, In Our Wildest Dreams, My Big Fat American Gypsy Wedding and So You Think You Can Dance. He has also worked for companies including Channel 4, BBC, Shine, Firecracker, TwoFour, Renegade, Betty and Rdf.

Mark and Lott said, “Sam is an invaluable asset to our company and a perfect example of a talent that can infuse a filmmaking sensibility into everything he touches.
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Amazon Orders First Unscripted Original Series ‘Celebrity Hunted’

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Amazon has ordered its first unscripted Italian Original TV series, “Celebrity Hunted – Caccia all’uomo,” from EndemolShine Italy.

The series will launch on Amazon Prime Video in more than 200 countries and territories next year. The format is a real-life thriller spanning six episodes where eight local celebrities are being hunted by professional investigators, cyber analysts, online profilers and human trackers from law enforcement and military intelligence. The celebrities have to stay off the radar and remain at large for 14 days across Italy with limited financial resources.

The show’s first season brings together football player Francesco Totti, artist Fedez, YouTuber Luis Sal, actor Claudio Santamaria alongside the journalist and writer Francesca Barra, popular anchorman Costantino della Gherardesca (“Pechino Express”), actors Diana Del Bufalo (“Che Dio ci aiuti”) and Cristiano Caccamo (“Matrimonio italiano”).

“With ‘Celebrity Hunted – Caccia all’uomo’ we are bringing a truly innovative concept to viewers,” said

Georgia Brown,
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‘The Rook’ Gets Season 1 Premiere Date On Starz

Starz has slotted Sunday, June 30 at 8 Pm Et/Pt for the premiere of its supernatural spy drama The Rook. The series will premiere on Starz in the U.S. and Canada, and on the Starzplay platform in Germany and Spain. Starz also released key art (below).

Based on the novel by Daniel O’Malley, The Rook is adapted and co-produced by playwrights and screenwriters Sam Holcroft and Al Muriel. It stars Greenwell as Myfanwy Thomas, a woman who wakes up in the rain beside London’s Millennium Bridge with no memory of who she is and no way to explain the circle of latex-gloved dead bodies splayed around her. When Myfanwy discovers she is a high-ranking official in the Checquy, Britain’s last truly secret service for people with paranormal abilities, she will have to navigate the dangerous and complex world of the agency to uncover who wiped her memory
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Columbia Pictures' "Black Cat"

Marvel Comics' "The Amazing Spider-Man" #16, available March 6, 2019, in support of Columbia Pictures' developing 'Black Cat' "Spider-Man" spin-off feature, is written by Nick Spencer and illustrated by Iban Coello, with a cover by Greg Land:

" this 'Hunted' tie-in, the luck of 'Black Cat' is on the rise. She came out of the run-in with the 'Thieves Guild' still intact, her bridges with 'Spider-Man' are mostly mended and the world is her oyster. But the job she just took is going to change everything..."

"'Spider-Man' connects to a lot of characters," said Sanford Panitch, President of Columbia Pictures. "There are villains, heroes, and antiheroes, and a lot are female characters, many of whom are bona fide, fully dimensionalized and unique..."

'Black Cat', according to Panitch " enough of her own character with a great backstory and a canon of material to draw from,
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Lego ‘Ninjago’ Season 6 Through 9 Now on Netflix

Wind gusts are picking up right now in the world of Lego Ninjago. The four episodes that comprise Season 10 aka March of the Oni have begun airing in New Zealand and early online feedback has been overwhelmingly positive.

Here in North America, fans checking out Ninjago on Netflix will notice a whole slew of episodes that were previously exclusive to Cartoon Network are suddenly available to watch in high definition.

Added to Netflix on February 1st are Season 6: Skybound, Season 7: Hands of Time, Season 8: Sons of Garmadon, and Season 9: Hunted.

Not making the leap to Netflix is the Day of the Departed special that aired between Seasons 5 and 6. The first two pilot episodes, which were previously on Netflix, remain absent.

Ninjago received an aesthetics overhaul starting with Sons of Garmadon to better align with The Lego Ninjago Movie. Getting to watch this season and Hunted in
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Europe’s Evolution of Adopting the American Writers’ Room Model

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Europe’s Evolution of Adopting the American Writers’ Room Model
Europe hasn’t gone Hollywood quite yet, but it’s getting there, slowly. The standing of the writer within the hierarchy of drama production in Europe has never been higher, but the Hollywood showrunner model, in its purest sense — in which the writer often has the final say in all creative decisions — is still a relative rarity in Europe.

Eight years ago, British exec producer Stephen Garrett, whose credits include “The Night Manager” and is now working on “The Rook” for Starz, persuaded American showrunner Frank Spotnitz to move to Europe and transplant the Hollywood showrunner model in the shape of BBC thriller series “Hunted.” Spotnitz, who brings “Medici: The Magnificent” to Mipcom, recalls one BBC exec telling him British writers were “categorically not capable of collaborating in a [writers’] room.”

Spotnitz proved that exec wrong, but admits that he has adapted the U.S. model to suit European conditions. The
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Frank Spotnitz’s Big Light Names Oliver Lang as COO

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Frank Spotnitz’s Big Light Names Oliver Lang as COO
Frank Spotnitz’s Big Light Productions, whose credits include “Medici: Masters of Florence,” “Ransom” and Emmy winning “The Man in the High Castle,” has named Oliver Lang as chief operating officer. Based at the company’s London headquarters, Lang will oversee its operations, strategic partnerships and financing for drama projects.

Writer-showrunner Spotnitz, who credits include “The X-Files,” “Hunted” and “Strike Back,” founded Big Light five years ago to produce a diverse slate of international television series, and has since become one of Europe’s fastest-growing independent production companies.

As well as Amazon’s “The Man in the High Castle,” now in its fourth season, the company’s projects include “Ransom,” now in its third season for CBS and Global; “Medici: Masters of Florence” and two seasons of “Medici: The Magnificent,” both for Rai and Netflix; and “The Indian Detective” for Netflix.

Lang is managing director of Sharp Edge Media, the
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Broadcast TV’s Most-Watched Debuts Since 2013, From ‘Blindspot’ to ‘Instinct’ (Photos)

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Broadcast TV’s Most-Watched Debuts Since 2013, From ‘Blindspot’ to ‘Instinct’ (Photos)
As things currently stand, the Top 5 new broadcast series premieres of the 2018-19 TV season belong to “Manifest,” “God Friended Me,” “F.B.I.,” “New Amsterdam” and “Magnum P.I.

Don’t call them “hit shows” quite yet, however — history should make you more conservative with that label.

TheWrap dug up the Top 5 new broadcast TV debuts for each of the past five years. Some of these shows and their Live + Same Day Nielsen numbers may surprise you — as will how quickly many came back down to Earth or completely just went away.

Also Read: Ratings: 'Chicago' Mega-Crossover Hands NBC Huge Wednesday Viewer Win

It’s important to note that many of the gaudiest viewer totals here could simply have been boosted by stunt programming — premiering a new series out of NFL football, for example. Another way to goose these stats is to launch a series behind a consistent performer, placing
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‘Charlie’s Angels’ Reboot: Meet the Two Rising Actresses Joining Kristen Stewart in Elizabeth Banks’ 2019 Film

‘Charlie’s Angels’ Reboot: Meet the Two Rising Actresses Joining Kristen Stewart in Elizabeth Banks’ 2019 Film
Kristen Stewart, Naomi Scott, and Ella Balinska better start practicing their best “Good morning, Charlie.” Elizabeth Banks has cast the three actresses in her upcoming “Charlie’s Angeles” reboot, which will mark the first time the female crime-fighters grace the big screen since “Charlie’s Angels: Full Throttle” in 2013. The film is being touted as a reboot and not a revival, as the new actresses will be playing brand new characters who make up the “next generation of Angels working for the mysterious Charlie.” Banks, who is also a producer and helped write the script, will voice the new Bosley.

Stewart is clearly the most recognizable face of the new Angels, but her involvement is somewhat of a surprise given how resistant Stewart has been to joining major studio tentpoles in recent years. News broke last September that Stewart was circling a role in the film. You’d have to
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Review: Electronic Experimentalist Lotic Finds Kinder, Gentler Chaos on ‘Power’

Review: Electronic Experimentalist Lotic Finds Kinder, Gentler Chaos on ‘Power’
Since 2011, Texas-Berlin producer Lotic has been sculpting experimental club music from noise swarms, microscopic samples and mutated bass rumbles, making fans of Björk, Ben Frost and more. 2015’s Ep Heterocetera and short mixtape Agitations created mutating nightmares from, respectively, Penderecki-esque howls of microtonal noise and revving Transformers grind. However, with the release of their first full-length, Lotic opts for a kinder, gentler chaos.

The most notable change – much like recent albums by fellow pixel-pushers Oneohtrix Point Never and Sophie – is a software upgrade towards more traditional songcraft. First single “Hunted” is the highlight,
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‘Hunted’ Commissioner Dom Bird Leaves UK Broadcaster Channel 4 After Six Years

Dom Bird, who was responsible for commissioning some of Channel 4’s most recent hits including Hunted and Tattoo Fixers, is set to leave the British broadcaster.

Bird, who is Head of Formats at the broadcaster, is exiting later this summer and is thought to be considering a move into production. He has been at C4 for six years, having joined from the BBC, where he was Creative Director at the company’s entertainment production division, overseeing shows such as Dragon’s Den and Mastermind.

In addition to C4’s Hunted and E4’s Tattoo Fixers, which was one of the youth-skewing broadcasters biggest hits, he ordered the likes of Lego Masters and Celebs Go Dating and oversaw hit reality series Made In Chelsea.

His departure comes after Channel 4 installed former Electric Ray boss Karl Warner as boss of E4.

Bird said: “I feel incredibly privileged to have spent six
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‘The Night Manager’: ‘Humans’ Namsi Khan & ‘The Rook’s Francesca Gardiner Join Second Season Writer’s Room

‘The Night Manager’: ‘Humans’ Namsi Khan & ‘The Rook’s Francesca Gardiner Join Second Season Writer’s Room
Exclusive: The writers’ room for the secretive second season of The Night Manager is complete and it’s more gender balanced than it first appeared.

I understand that Humans and Black Mirror writer Namsi Khan and The Man In The High Castle writer Francesca Gardiner are joining British spy author Charles Cumming and up-and-coming British writer Matthew Orton in the room for the sophomore run of the BBC and AMC thriller.

Although the show has yet to be officially recommissioned, and there’s plenty of rumors as to what shape it will take and which stars will return, I hear that the foursome are in full swing, working on plots for the “slowly developing” drama.

Khan and Gardiner are both rising writers out of the UK. Khan recently wrote an episode of the third season of AMC and Channel sci-fi drama Humans and was part of the writers’ room for
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Lego Ninjago: Masters of Spinjitzu season 9 gets a trailer

Cartoon Network has released a trailer for ninth season of the animated action adventure series Lego Ninjago: Masters of Spinjitzu, entitled ‘Hunted’; check it out here…

While Lloyd and Nya resist Emperor Garmadon’s oppressive hold on Ninjago City, Young Wu and the rest of the Ninja are stranded in a barbaric realm where fierce dragons are being hunted down by Iron Baron and his gang of Dragon Hunters. Lloyd must endure in Ninjago City, the others need to find the fabled Dragon Armor if they ever hope to get back home to stop Emperor Garmadon once and for all.

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‘Hunted’ begins in Archie’s Betty & Veronica: Vixens #6, check out a preview here

Betty & Veronica: Vixens #6 hits comic book stores on Wednesday, kicking off the five-issue story ‘Hunted’. Take a look at a preview here…

The Vixens are being followed by a sinister former foe, but he claims to come in peace—can he be trusted? Meanwhile, a young woman’s mysterious disappearance has the Vixens’ questioning if their actions are having consequences.

Betty & Veronica: Vixens #6 is out on Wednesday, May 9th priced $3.99.

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Paramount Is Planning 2 Very Different Star Trek Movies

Paramount Is Planning 2 Very Different Star Trek Movies
Not one, but two new Star Trek movies are being developed by Paramount. We've known for a bit now that the studio was working on at least a couple of different new Trek related projects, but now Paramount head Jim Gianopulos has confirmed that two different movies in the franchise are in active development, news that was announced during CinemaCon in Las Vegas this past week. Unfortunately, he didn't dish any additional details, but this makes for an interesting confirmation, considering what we already know.

Starting with the more recent development, it came to light in December that Quentin Tarantino is working on a Star Trek Movie with J.J. Abrams. The Pulp Fiction director pitched the idea to Abrams and the duo then took it to Paramount. The studio then assembled a writer's room to flesh out the idea and, ultimately, Mark L. Smith (The Revenant) was hired to pen
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Star Trek 4 Makes Franchise History with First Female Director

Star Trek 4 Makes Franchise History with First Female Director
S.J. Clarkson is about to boldly go where no female director has ever gone before, to take the helm of a Star Trek movie. Paramount Pictures announced during their CinemaCon panel today that they are currently developing two separate Star Trek movies, one of which is being developed by Quentin Tarantino and J.J. Abrams, but sources say that project is still being written and would come after Star Trek 4, which S.J. Clarkson has signed on to direct. Star Trek 4 had been in the works for nearly two years, but after Tarantino's Star Trek project got some steam, it wasn't clear if Star Trek 4 would happen, until today, with S.J. Clarkson becoming the first ever female director to take the helm of a Star Trek movie.

Star Trek 4 was first revealed in July 2016, just days before the release of Star Trek Beyond. There were rumors that Chris Hemsworth would
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"Betty and Veronica"- Biker Vixens

Archie Comics' "Betty & Veronica" #6, continuing the publisher's revamp of the characters as 'biker vixens', is written by Jamie Lee Rotante and illustrated by Jen Vaughn, with covers by Vaughn, Sanya Anwar and Eva Cabrera, available May 9, 2018:

" 'Hunted', 'The Vixens' are being followed by a sinister former foe, but he claims to come in peace -- can he be trusted?

"Meanwhile, a young woman's mysterious disappearance has the Vixens questioning...

"...if their actions are having consequences..."

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Eden Gaha’s Mother Media Group Inks First-Look Deal With STXtv

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Mother Media Group, the company launched recently by Eden Gaha, former head of unscripted at Endemol Shine North America, and Wynn Rees, former attorney for 20th Century Fox, has signed a first-

look deal with STXtv, the television division of Stx Entertainment. Under the pact, Mother Media Group will collaborate with STXtv to create, produce and distribute unscripted and hybrid series for broadcast networks, new media and cable in the U.S., China, India and other international markets.

Mother Media Group is currently co-producer on Amazon Prime Video’s upcoming series, All or Nothing: New Zealand All Blacks, about New Zealand’s national rugby union team, and is working with Universal Television Alternative Studio on NBC’s upcoming sci-tech series The Awesome Show, hosted by Chris Hardwick and executive produced by Hardwick, Mark Burnett and Alex Murray..

“We are delighted to be working together with Stx and to have the
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Ratings: The Resident Has Healthy Start Leading Out of Nfc Championship

The Resident was looking expectedly flush — if not preternaturally robust — leading out of Fox’s broadcast of the Nfc Championship game on Sunday evening.

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Kicking off just a few minutes later than its estimated 10/9c start time, the freshman medical drama drew 8.8 million total viewers and a 2.7 demo rating in fast nationals, down sharply both from what CBSHunted did in the plum time slot a year ago (10.8 mil/3.6 in prelims, leading out of the Afc Championship) and what Fox’s own The X-Files drew two years ago (13.5 mil/5.1, post-nfc Championship).

The Resident
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Thursday’s best TV: A House Through Time; Derry Girls

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David Olusoga traces changes in Britain by focusing on one house in Liverpool; debut of promising schooldays sitcom set in early 90s Northern Ireland. Plus: the return of Hunted

In a series that rests on an elegantly simple idea, David Olusoga looks at how Britain has changed by focusing on one house in Liverpool, and telling the stories of its various residents down the years. The first of four episodes charts life in the 1840s and 1850s, and we meet a profligate customs clerk, a couple of social climbers who started out as servants and, in a tale where slavery is central to the narrative, a cotton broker. Jonathan Wright

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