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‘A League of Their Own’: Meet the Full Cast for Amazon’s Comedic Reboot

The 10-episode fourth season — released on Netflix in May 2019 — found the titular devil dealing with both a pesky priest and the return of his very first girlfriend, Eve. One month later, Netflix announced that it had renewed Lucifer for a concluding fifth season, which is currently in its final weeks of production. Season 5 will consist of 16 episodes that will air in two separate, eight-episode chunks (premiere date TBD). – Michael Aussiello, TVLine » https://ift.tt/39xycLy

‘The Power’: Eddie Marsan Joins Amazon’s Thriller Drama Series

Adapted for screen by [Naomi Alderman], in The Power, all teenage girls in the world develop the power to electrocute people at will. It’s hereditary, it’s inbuilt, and it can’t be taken away from them. Coming alive to the thrill of pure power: the ability to hurt or even kill by releasing electrical jolts from their fingertips, they rapidly learn they can awaken the Power in older women. Soon enough nearly every woman in the world can do it. And then everything is different. – Denise Petski, Deadline Hollywood » http://dlvr.it/RNdWNP

New Netflix Job Posting Is Looking To Hire A Witcher

It’s made clear it’s a contract job, too, presumably paid per vanquished monster rather than a base salary, and it’s necessary for candidates to already own their own equipment rather than expect the company to provide it for them. It’s unclear whether fees will be paid by the streaming giant or whatever pitiful humans end up being defended though, as that’s likely an aspect of the contract negotiation previously mentioned. – Andrew Marshall, We Got This Covered » https://ift.tt/2MLXuNb

Mark Hamill Says He’s Down To Join The Witcher For Season 2

There’s no word yet on if we’ll indeed see Vesemir in season 2, but if we do, it seems Mark Hamill’s interested in playing the role. Taking to Twitter, the Star Wars legend admitted to not being familiar with The Witcher, but said he’d be down to join the show regardless in the aforementioned part. – Matt Joseph, We Got This Covered » https://ift.tt/2Zm35yC [photo: Netflix]

Star Trek: Picard Brings Back a Much Different Hugh

Ahead of Picard‘s Jan. 23 debut on CBS All Access, TVLine has an exclusive first look at former Borg drone Hugh, played once again by Jonathan Del Arco. But now, instead of the customary android Borg look, Hugh looks almost human, with only a few remnants of his Borg past — some stray metallic bits attached to his face — still visible. – Dave Nemetz, TVLine » https://ift.tt/2MiGeyG [photo: CBS/TVLine]
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