• George RR Martin's ‘Wild Cards' Books to Become 2 TV Series at Hulu

    29 days ago - By The Wrap

    Hulu is in early development on a pair of TV shows based on “Game of Thrones” author George R.R. Martin's “Wild Cards” book series.
    The projects would create a shared universe on the streaming network, with Andrew Miller on board to write and executive produce two separate series. Universal Cable Productions, which bought the rights to “Wild Cards” in 2016 , will produce along with Hulu.
    Set in the present, the “Wild Cards” books explores the aftermath of an alien virus , released over Manhattan in 1946 that killed 90 percent of those it infected.
    In the survivors, DNA was altered...
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  • ‘Wild Cards': 2 TV Series Based On George R.R. Martin's Books In Works At Hulu

    29 days ago - By Deadline

    George R.R. Martin 's popular Wild Cards book series is getting closer to the small screen. The project, from Universal Cable Prods., has been set up at Hulu , and a writers room is about to open for two new series that would create a Wild Cards universe for the streamer.
    The two series will be written and executive produced by The Secret Circle creator Andrew Miller , who is under an overall deal with UCP. Melinda Snodgrass, Vince Gerardis and Martin will executive...
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  • Small-Screen Stream: ‘Homecoming,' ‘Dietland,' And More Streaming TV

    Small-Screen Stream: ‘Homecoming,' ‘Dietland,' And More Streaming TV

    29 days ago - By Slash Film

    (Welcome to Small-Screen Stream , a feature where we share the best television shows streaming and where you can watch them.)
    We're in that weird time of year where things have gotten cold, dark, and frankly pretty miserable outside, which welcomes the idea of long TV binges on the couch. We're also - luckily - living in a time when that's never been more feasible, as streaming services across the board are punching up their TV catalogues, seemingly preparing their patrons for the long, cold winter ahead. That's bad news for our vitamin D levels, but good news for our eyeballs and...
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