The column Spoiler Alert this week is wildly popular. And not just because we’re grateful for our hits all week, but also for the series we bring. We have information about Andor and 9-1-1like this Wandinha🇧🇷 Too good, huh🇧🇷
In addition, the traditional cast transitions, quick news and, of course, the trailer of the week. What’s out there?!
The first season of Andor ended a while ago, but the expectation regarding what may come around is palpable. Hailed by some as the “best series” in the universe Star Warscreator Tony Gilroy details some of the plans for year two.
Questioned about what to expect from Cassian (Diego Luna), the producer recognizes that the protagonist went through some bad times in the beginning. 🇧🇷Even so, what he says at the end is true. He’s in a blood pact. So I don’t believe this will be an issue“, said.
🇧🇷He’s very involved and committed, so we’re going to be four years in two this season two.“, he concluded. Andorit is important to remember, will only have two seasons.
For all tastes
Entertainment Weekly spoke with Kristen Reidel, the showrunner and executive producer of 9-1-1about the events of the midseason finale🇧🇷 Aired in the United States on Monday (28), the episode brought some surprises. However, what impact on the rest of the season?
“When we return, we will deal with the traditional problems of time. Basically, lightning from a rainless storm creating an emergency“, guarantees Reidel. So when we come back, we’re going to have some of that and some situations that we’ve never really explored before. Thus, “a little for everyone“, he concluded.
With just over a week of launch, the first year of Wandinha it is already a success. Whether in Brazil, the United States or the rest of the world, audiences have been responding positively to what they watched in the eight episodes. So the obvious question arises: “What about season two?”
In conversation with VarietyMiles Millar, one of the showrunners, admitted that he already has a good idea of what’s coming, if Netflix decides so. 🇧🇷We always work with the future. When we sat down to create this series, we worked with multiple years,” Millar said.
🇧🇷So we prepare three or four years of narratives in advance. Things can evolve, so we keep it as organic as possible so that changes are introduced well. Even so, we have a good outlook for future seasons.“, he concluded.
🇧🇷 Just Cause: Amazon announced the adaptation of the game namesake for television. The series will have none other than Scarlett Johansson as the protagonist, marking her debut on the small screen in a big role. Produced by Warner Bros. TV.
🇧🇷 cross: Based on the homonymous works by James Patterson, the action series has just gained another reinforcement in the cast. Isaiah Mustafa and Ryan Eggold (pictured) join Aldis Hodge, who will play the lead.
🇧🇷 1923: Other prequel of the mega success yellowstone got more names in the cast. Peter Stormare, Tim Dekay and Amelia Rico are the new cast of the new Paramount + series. They join the already confirmed Harrison Ford, as well as Helen Mirren and others.
🇧🇷 The Artful Dodger: Disney+ has announced a long list of confirmed actors in its new Australian series. Thomas Brodie-Sangster, David Thewlis, as well as Maia Mitchell are some of the guaranteed names.
* After the format is sold to Germany, euphoria will also get a version in India. The purchase was made by O4 Media.
* A Netflix approved a script written by Noah Oppenheim, current president of NBC News and screenwriter of the 2016 film, jackie🇧🇷 The project is a collaboration with Mike Schmidt, a reporter for The New York Times.
* Renewals of the week include: MasterChef Celebrity Uruguay (season 4) and Tell Me Lies (season 2) (featured).
Trailer of the Week: That ’90s Show
Netflix launched this week the trailer in That ’90s Showa new version of the classic, That ’70s Showbut this time set in the 1990s. In the new version, Eric (Topher Grace) and Donna (Laura Prepon) are married and have a 15-year-old daughter, Leia.
The young woman will spend some time at her grandparents’ house, Red (Kurtwood Smith) and Kitty (Debra Jo Rupp), who still live in the same house as the Forman family, in Point Place, Wisconsin.
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