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The 2015-16 TV season has yet to begin, but ABC is already looking ahead to the 2016-17 season. The network has purchased a pilot script from Oscar winner , The Hollywood Reporter has learned. Presence is described as a stylish update of the classic detective genre. It centers on Presence Foster, a former Army counter insurgency operative who finds herself navigating a widely divergent and highly colorful cross section of Los Angeles as she unintentionally begins a career as an unlicensed private investigator. Ridley wrote the script and will also...

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is the latest big name headed to Netflix. The two-time Oscar nominee has signed on to star in the streaming service's new mystery drama from and (), The Hollywood Reporter has learned. In the currently untitled series, which is billed as a "love letter to the '80s classics," a young boy vanishes into thin air. As friends, family and local police search for answers; they are drawn into an extraordinary mystery involving top-secret government...

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[Warning: Spoilers ahead for Sunday's season finale,"Mother's Mercy."] ' season five finale shook up the game in a big way. The field of contenders for the Iron Throne has been whittled down, and fan favorite Jon Snow's () watch has ended. The series is known for major shakeups, from Eddard Stark's () death in season one to last year's finale murder of Tywin (). Sunday's...

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is setting up shop at Warner Bros. Television. The executive producer of HBO's upcoming drama has signed a multi-year overall deal with the studio, The Hollywood Reporter has learned. Under the new pact, Joy will continue to serve as executive producer of the star-studded sci-fi series, which she developed with () Based on Michael Crichton's 1973 film, centers on an inventor (Anthony Hopkins in his first series...

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The upside of 's large cast - more than 30 regular or recurring parts among the Litchfield inmates alone - is that no one actor, not even first-billed , has to carry too much of the load. The downside? The sprawling ensemble and multiple storylines mean that some of the cast rarely works together, if at all. More so than with many other series, the OITNB actresses watch the show as fans, too, and as such they have their own favorite storylines and characters. The Hollywood Reporter asked for the...

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