Season 3 of “Tom Clancy’s Jack Ryan” has a premiere date (TV News Roundup)
On December 21, Prime Video will launch the third season of Tom Clancy’s political action thriller series “Jack Ryan.”
The eight-episode season, which stars John Krasinski as Jack Ryan, recounts Ryan’s evasion when he is charged with participating in a bigger plot. Ryan must avert a major world war while attempting to survive while the CIA and an international rogue force hunt him down.
For the third season, Nina Hoss and Betty Gabriel join the cast as series regulars, joining returning cast members Wendell Pierce and Michael Kelly.
Co-producing “Tom Clancy’s Jack Ryan” are Skydance Television, Amazon Studios, and Paramount Television Studios. Krasinski, Vaun Wilmott, Brad Fuller, Michael Bay, Allyson Seeger, and Krasinski served as the series’ executive producers.
The third season’s executive producers are Mace Neufeld, Carlton Cuse, David Ellison, Dana Goldberg, and Bill Bost from Skydance Television in addition to Tom Clancy.
The Marquise de Merteuil and the Vicomte de Valmont are well-known literary lovers who appear in the teaser for Starz’s upcoming drama series “Dangerous Liaisons.”
The eight-part series, which is based on Pierre Choderlos de Laclos’ novel of the same name, centers on the courtship of young lovers Merteuil (Alice Englert) and Valmont (Nicholas Denton) in pre-revolutionary Paris.
Lesley Manville, Kosar Ali, Carice van Houten, Hilton Pelser, Fisayo Akinade, Michael McElhatton, Nathanael Saleh, Colette Dalal Tchantcho, Hakeem Kae-Kazim, and Tom Wlaschiha also appear in the series in addition to Englert and Denton.
Playground and Flame Ventures, in collaboration with Lionsgate Television, create “Dangerous Liaison.” Harriet Warner is the showrunner, executive producer, and author of the television series.
While Barney Reisz is the producer, Scott Huff, Bethan Jones, Christopher Hampton, Colin Callendar of Playground, and Tony Krantz of Flame Ventures serve as executive producers.
On Starz, “Dangerous Liaisons” is scheduled to debut on November 6.
The “Hello, Jack! The Kindness Show” Season 2 official teaser has been made available on Apple TV+ ahead of the show’s global premiere on October 7.
The second season of the kid’s show, hosted by Emmy nominee Jack McBrayer, will also have music from the American rock band, OK Go and guest appearances from Tony Hale, Gillian Jacobs, Joe Lo Truglio, Stephanie Beatriz, D’Arcy Carden, Kristen Schaal, Beth Dover, Kumail Nanjiani, and Emily V. Gordon.
“Good day, Jack! McBrayer and Angela C. Santomero co-created and executive produced “The Kindness Show.” The animation for the show is done by Brown Bag Films, and it is produced by Jax Media and 9 Story Media Group.
Along with the showrunner Guy Toubes, executive producers include Wendy Harris, Vince Commisso, Tony Hernandez, and John Skidmore from Jax Media and 9 Story Media Group.
Before “Anne Rice’s Interview With the Vampire” premieres on AMC and AMC Plus on October 2, AMC Networks has announced that it has been renewed for a second season.
The series, which is based on Rice’s book of the same name, tells the tale of the vampires Lestat de Lioncourt (Sam Reid), Claudia (Bailey Bass), and Louis de Pointe du Lac (Jacob Anderson) as narrated by journalist Daniel Molloy (Eric Bogosian).
Mark Johnson and the show’s creator Rolin Jones will serve as executive producers for the eight-episode second season, which will take place in Europe.
The 101 Scariest Horror Movie Moments of All Time has been the most watched title on Shudder this year across films and series, as well as the biggest new season or series launch in two years, according to an announcement made on Wednesday by AMC Networks’ Shudder. The eight-episode original series had its debut on September 7 and will release its conclusion on October 26.
In the series, renowned horror directors and genre authorities including Mike Flanagan, Edgar Wright, Tony Todd, and Barbara Muschietti analyze the most horrifying scenes of classic horror movies, with the series finale focusing on the top 10 shocks in horror film history.
Kurt Sayenga is the writer, director, and executive producer of “The 101 Scariest Horror Movie Moments of All Time,” which is made by Marwar Junction Productions. Executive producers are Joseph Freed and Allison Berkley of Marwar Junction Productions.
Since its inception in October 2021, there has been a surge in demand for the free, 24/7 weather service, and it is now accessible on the streaming services Verizon Fios and Amazon FreeVee.
Fox Weather is now available on channels 113 in standard definition and 613 in high definition to Fios TV users in cities like Washington, D.C., Baltimore, and portions of New York City. Users of Amazon Freevee can find the new feature in the “Live TV” page of Prime Video or the FAST channel of the app.
According to Sharri Berg, president of Fox Weather, the expansion coincides with the service’s approaching its first anniversary.
Foxweather.com, the Fox Weather app for iOS and Android, Fox Now, Fox News, Tubi, Amazon News, Youtube TV, The Roku Channel, DirecTV Stream, FuboTV, Xumo, and Vidgo will all continue to offer the service. Viewers of Fox Business Network can also catch a simulcast of Fox Weather on Saturdays and Sundays from 6 to 9 a.m. ET.
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The History Channel NFT Marketplace has officially launched, according to A+E Networks. Derrick Adams’ artwork, which explored the theme “Our Place in History,” was the first item from the new market, and it was shared only with those in attendance at the most recent HistoryTalks 2022 event.
The marketplace will provide a variety of original works of art, collectibles, and digital assets that commemorate historical occasions, cultural milestones, and holidays as well as high-profile programming events, talent, and series. Every other week, NFTs are expected to be released.
CakeWorks, a team of operational and strategic experts, and Xooa, a blockchain partner and marketplace technology supplier, together created the NFT Marketplace.
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