3 Things You Didn't Notice About 'Sex and the City' When It First Aired but Totally Would Notice Today

Sex and the City aired its first episode in 1998. Critics and viewers instantly hailed the show as groundbreaking and provocative. It was one of the first shows that centered entirely around single women, and it was the first series that took an honest look at the dating habits and rituals of women living in big cities. More than 20 years […]

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HBO Picks Up French Drama Laetitia From ‘The Staircase’ Director Jean-Xavier de Lestrade, Sets Premiere Date & Trailer

Laetitia, the first French series to premiere at the Sundance Film Festival, is heading to HBO. The premium cabler has acquired the North American linear and streaming rights to the six-part limited series from The Staircase and Murder on a Sunday Morning director Jean-Xavier de Lestrade. Watch the first trailer above. The series follows the disappearance of eighteen year old […]

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17 TV Shows, Films and Documentaries to Watch in August 2021

Streaming services are adding a lengthy list of new content to their platforms this month. The likes of Netflix, HBO Max, Hulu and other streaming services are introducing a diverse range of TV shows, including thriller series “Nine Perfect Strangers” starring Nicole Kidman and Melissa McCarthy, murder mystery “Only Murders in the Building” starring Steve Martin, Martin Short and Selena […]

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Sonya Winton-Odamtten & Jonathan I. Kidd Score HBO Pilot Script Order For Series Adaptation Of Octavia Butler’s ‘Fledgling’; Issa Rae & J.J. Abrams To EP

EXCLUSIVE: Octavia Butler’s novel Fledgling is getting a television adaptation at HBO. Primetime-Panic Your Complete Guide to Pilots and Straight-to-Series orders The WarnerMedia premium network has ordered a pilot script for the project from Lovecraft Country writers and co-EPs Sonya Winton-Odamtten and Jonathan I. Kidd. The pair, who reupped their overall deal with HBO in December, are writing the adaptation […]

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