Peacock Orders ‘Top Chef,’ ‘Below Deck’ Spinoffs

The streamer also nabbed the kids version of “American Ninja Warrior” and a baking-themed spinoff of the DIY series “Making It.” – Ethan Shanfeld, Variety »

He-Man, Teela Makeovers Revealed in First Look at Netflix’s ‘Masters of the Universe: Revelation’

“Revelation” picks up where the original series left off in 1985. The first episode revolves around a life-changing battle between He-Man (voiced by Chris Wood) and his lifelong nemesis Skeletor (Mark Hamill), after which the planet of Eternia is left broken and He-Man’s compatriots fractured and estranged. He-Man’s compatriot Teela (Sarah Michelle Gellar) — who undergoes the most dramatic visual update on the series — is tasked with reuniting her old friends in order to save Eternia and the universe. – Haley Bosselman & Adam B. Vary, Variety »

Disney Patents Blockchain-Based Movie Distribution System to Stop Pirates * TorrentFreak

As a prime content producer, Disney has a vested interest in keeping pirates at bay. The entertainment company is involved in various enforcement initiatives and a few days ago, added a new anti-piracy patent to its arsenal. With a blockchain-based distribution system, Disney hopes to make it harder for pirates to intercept films being distributed to movie theaters. – Ernesto Van der Sar, TorrentFreak »

Tatiana Maslany Returning for ‘Orphan Black: The Next Chapter’ Season 2 Podcast

“Orphan Black: The Next Chapter” Season 2 will premiere Oct. 29, 2021, Maslany announced at Realm’s virtual fan event Tuesday. And because “no clone is never alone,” Maslany revealed that she will joined on the show by original television series cast members Jordan Gavaris (Felix Dawkins) and Evelyne Brochu (Delphine Cormier). – Todd Spangler, Variety »

Jetflicks & iStreamitAll: U.S. Seeks 57 Months Prison For Pirate Site Operator * TorrentFreak

According to the US Government, Polo helped build and run Jetflicks and iStreamitAll, a pair of subscription-based pirate services headquartered in Las Vegas. Polo was the direct owner of iStreamitAll (ISIA), which reportedly made available more than 118,479 television works and 10,980 movies – at the time more content offered by Netflix, Hulu or Amazon Prime. – Andy Maxwell, TorrentFreak »

HBO Max Delays a Series Because of Prince Philip’s Death

According to a source, the series does not portray the husband of Queen Elizabeth in the most flattering of ways, as evidenced in the above still from the series that shows him in a decrepit state. Though the show, like Janetti’s wildly popular Royal-focused Instagram, is clearly tongue-in-cheek, it appears the streamer isn’t taking any chances with those who are grieving. – Chris Gardner, The Hollywood Reporter »
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