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‘Outlanders’ Season 5 confirmed by executive producer

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Everyone’s favorite show that isn’t Game of Thrones is coming back for a fifth season.

In lieu of an official announcement from Starz, Outlander executive producer Ronald D. Moore said Sunday that the show will be returning for a fifth season, Entertainment Weekly reported. Moore noted that there are still “usual negotiations and conversations” about the future of the show, but he seemed completely confident in confirming Season 5.

“We are certainly going to do it,” Moore said at the For Your Consideration: Outlander panel. “I have no doubt we are doing a Season 5.”

The pseudo-announcement doesn’t come as a huge surprise considering the show’s success, critical acclaim, and its source material. The series is based on the best-selling novels of the same name by Diana Gabaldon, and each season roughly adapts one book in the series.

Outlanders Season 3 finished in December last year and Season 4, which is still in production, is expected to kick off this fall. Season 5 likely won’t air until 2019 or even 2020.

Read more: https://mashable.com/2018/03/19/outlander-season-5-renewed/

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White Dragon – Prime Video Trailer

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What kind of person will you become when your life is a lie? In White Dragon, a new Prime Original thriller, Professor Jonah Mulray travels to Hong Kong where he discovers his recently deceased wife led a double life that led to her murder and begins to unravel the conspiracy surrounding her murder.

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Game of Thrones Season 8 Official Tease

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Game of Thrones returns for its final season on April 14 on HBO. #ForTheThrone

 

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The ‘Game of Thrones’ prequel has a diverse cast and a woman directing

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SJ Clarkson will direct the pilot of the first ‘Game of Thrones’ prequel series.

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“HBO’s still-unnamed Game of Thrones prequel finally announced its cast and pilot director, and things are already looking way more diverse on both sides of the camera compared to the long-running hit.

The cast, as announced by EW includes Denise Gough, Georgie Henley, Alex Sharp, Reign‘s Toby Regbo, Harlots‘ Shella Atim Naomi Ackie, Harry Potter and Fantastic Beasts actor Jamie Campbell Bower, Black Mirror‘s Ivanno Jeremiah, and Naomi Ackie, whose Star Wars Episode IX role is still undisclosed.

These actors will join Naomi Watts, whose leading role as a “socialite” was announced months ago.

Including three Black British actors (Atim, Ackie, and Jeremiah) in the prequel’s main cast is already more than Game of Thrones managed to do in several seasons……………………………………………………”

Read more: https://mashable.com/article/game-of-thrones-prequel-cast/

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