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‘Iron Fist’ Showrunner Signs Deal With ABC Studios

While Netflix decided to pull the plug on a number of their Marvel series, it hasn’t precluded those involved in the show’s creative process to obtain other work. Such is the case for M. Raven Metzner, who was the Season 2 showrunner for Netflix’s Iron Fist. Metzner has inked a two year deal with ABC Studios to develop shows for them for broadcast, cable and for Disney+. According to Deadline, he already has begun to work on two series for the forthcoming Disney+ Streaming platform. This will not be Metzner’s first Rodeo with ABC as he has worked previously on
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“The Office” Will Stay On Netflix Until 2021

Recently, we have started to see a major shift in the streaming service industry. Before, Netflix used to be one of the only options to watch movies and TV shows online. When that wasn’t enough, the company began producing its own original content. Then, competitors like Hulu and Amazon Prime Video came into the picture and began to do the same thing. That brings us to today where the number of options for streaming entertainment keeps increasing more and more. Both Disney and Apple have announced they would be introducing their own services that will also include new original shows
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Netflix Developing an Adaptation to Joe Ballarini’s ‘A Babysitters Guide to Monster Hunting’

Netflix, in their never-ending quest for new  projects have decided to go Monster Hunting. Rachel Talalay has been brought in to direct an adaptation of Joe Ballarini’s kid’s book series: A Babysitters Guide to Monster Hunting. The three book series follows babysitter Kelly Ferguson and her fellow secret society babysitters who have been charged with the task to protect children who later in life are destined to change the world. At this time, the plan is to only adapt the first book in the series and see how it is received before taking on the others. Joe Ballarini will be
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Disney Plus Release Date, Spin-Off Shows, and More Revealed

Disney is beginning its assault on the streaming service industry with its very own Disney + set to rival the likes of Netflix. It will be the home for all things Disney and will include some original shows based off some of its biggest properties including Marvel and Star Wars. When does Disney + launch and how much will it cost?  Disney announced at their investor day event yesterday that Disney + will arrive in the U.S on November 12, 2019, and will cost $6.99 per month or $69.99 annually. Bob Iger stated that Disney + would be “substantially below
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