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‘Insatiable’ Canceled By Netflix After Two Seasons

Insatiable started as a 2017 CW pilot before landing a Netflix series order. The news of its demise comes on the heels of Netflix also canceling another series that had originated as a busted broadcast pilot, Soundtrack, after one season, as the streamer seems to be pulling away from that business model. – Nellie Andreeva / Denise Petski, Deadline Hollywood » https://ift.tt/2uNstCx


‘Spinning Out’ Canceled After One Season at Netflix

The news comes just over a month after the show premiered on Jan 1. The 10-episode series follows Kat Baker (Kaya Scodelario), a talented, up-and-coming elite figure skater who’s ready to turn in her skates after a disastrous fall took her off the competition track. However, when she’s presented a second chance as a pair skater, she seizes the opportunity to continue her career and pairs up with talent pair skater and resident bad boy Justin (Evan Roderick). – Joe Otterson, Variety » https://trib.al/1XU99FG

Netflix can kill The OA, but it can’t kill a movement

The latest manifestation happened in New York City’s Times Square earlier this week. As flash mobs descended, a massive billboard—paid for by a GoFundMe—projected #SaveTheOA throughout the main hub of Midtown. The flash mobs performed the show’s “movements,” odd-looking dances meant to transcend time and space and also foster community. The billboard, which raised more than $5,000 in 24 hours, was made using fan art and was animated by a team that spanned the globe. Last week, on the other side of the country, fans picketed outside Netflix’s Los Angeles headquarters with signs reading “Algorithms don’t tell stories. Human hearts do.” One fan even went on a hunger strike to bring back the show. There may be a hashtag, but the efforts to bring back The OA go far beyond the usual internet slacktivism. – Angela Watercutter, Wired via Ars Technica » https://ift.tt/2Lf4W35

Apple Scraps Richard Gere Drama ‘Bastards’ (Exclusive)

Picked up straight to series late last year, Bastards was set to star Gere as one of two elderly Vietnam veterans and best friends who find their monotonous lives upended when a woman they both loved 50 years ago is killed by a car. Their lifelong regrets and secrets collide with their resentment of today’s self-absorbed millennials, and the duo then go on a shooting spree. – Lesley Goldberg, The Hollywood Reporter » http://thr.cm/m9X1UD

Sorry ‘OA’ Fans, But the ‘The OA’ Cancellation is Real

Despite an admirable effort from fans to “#SaveTheOA,” followed by an insistence that “#TheOAisReal,” the show will not be coming back after its cancellation. Though many fans believed the cancellation to be a ruse, a source close to the situation confirmed with Decider the show will not be returning to Netflix. – Anna Menta, Decider » https://trib.al/gd7Q2fn

‘The OA’ Canceled By Netflix After Two Seasons

In The OA, Marling starred as an adopted blind woman who goes missing for seven years. When she suddenly turns up alive, she can see, has unexplained scars on her back, and refers to herself as the OA. Rather than explain things to her parents or the authorities, she reveals her secrets to some locals and gives them her life story. Ultimately, she seeks their help in finding other missing people. – Nellie Andreeva & Denise Petski, Deadline Hollywood » https://ift.tt/2Yr4Sp8
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