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Five Star Trek movies are headed to Amazon Prime in July

Good news for folks that want to recap: five of the pre-Abrams Star Trek movies are going to be available on Amazon Prime come this July. – Mark Serrels, CNET » https://ift.tt/2Ntjfnu
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‘Tell Me A Story’: Odette Annable & Natalie Alyn Lind To Star In Season 2 Of CBS All Access Series

Tell Me a Story, based on a Spanish format, takes the world’s most beloved fairy tales and reimagines them as a dark and twisted psychological thriller. Season 2 will feature the tales of three iconic princesses – Beauty and the Beast, Sleeping Beauty and Cinderella. – Nellie Andreeva, Deadline Hollywood » https://ift.tt/2KI6svg

‘One Day At a Time’ Saved As Pop Picks Up Praised Comedy Series For Season 4 After Netflix Cancellation

The primary piece of the deal is ODAAT airing exclusively on Pop, though CBS will run repeats later in the year similarly to the current showing of CBS All Access‘ The Good Fight on the broadcast network. That run will mark ODAAT‘s return to CBS where the original series aired over 40 years ago. – Nellie Andreeva, Deadline Hollywood » http://dlvr.it/R7PZxR

‘Star Trek: Picard’ Names Michael Chabon Showrunner

Chabon has been a part of the show’s creative team since it was announced last year. He is a Pulitzer Prize-winning author of novels such “The Amazing Adventures of Kavalier & Clay,” “Moonglow,” “Wonder Boys,” and “The Yiddish Policeman’s Union.” He also wrote the “Star Trek: Short Treks” episode “Calypso.” – Joe Otterson, Variety » https://trib.al/QtCznVm

CBS Signs Exclusive Deal for Showtime, All Access Series With Russian Streamer Amedia TV

The Amedia deal is another example of how U.S. networks are shifting their international business model toward the streaming and direct-to-consumer business. As big free-to-air channels in Europe buy fewer U.S.-made series —preferring home-grown content or lower-cost reality programming — American networks are increasingly signing volume deals with online players, betting the direct-to-consumer market will grow globally similar to the manner it has stateside. – Vladimir Kozlov, The Hollywood Reporter » http://bit.ly/2I48odL
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