Tag: Anthology

AMC is Developing a Musical Dramady Anthology Series Titled NATIONAL ANTHEM

AMC is set to develop a musical dramady anthology series titled National Anthem. The series is coming from writer and director Scott Z. Burns (The Report, Contagion) and executive producer Mark Johnson (Breaking Bad, Better Call Saul, Rain Man). National Anthem tells the “tragically funny story of a middle class midwestern family tumbling down the ladder of American society; […]

UNCAGED VOLUME IV is the Final Volume for the DUNGEONS & DRAGONS Anthology Series

Uncaged is an anthology of unofficial adventures for Dungeons & Dragons that has been a fan favorite for several months. The Uncaged Authors recently released the fourth and final volume in the series: Uncaged Volume IV. Once again, these adventures are based on subverting tropes based on female mythological creatures such as medusas and harpies […]

LUKE CAGE Star Mike Colter to Star in Hulu's MONSTERLAND Horror Anthology Series

Luke Cage star Mike Colter is set to take on the lead role in a new horror anthology series set up at Hulu titled Monsterland. The series is said to be “full of encounters with mermaids, fallen angels and other strange beasts.” The story follows “broken people driven to desperate acts in an attempt to […]

There's a New WARHAMMER 40,000 Animated Anthology Series in Development

Last year we learned that the popular game franchise from Games Workshop, Warhammer 40,000, was being developed as a TV series by Frank Spotnitz, the creator of Amazon’s The Man In The High Castle. That series will be based on the Eisenhorn novel trilogy series, which is a sci-fi and fantasy story set in the Warhammer 40,000 universe, […]

Adam McKay Is Developing a Climate Change Anthology Series for HBO Max Titled THE UNINHABITABLE EARTH

Adam McKay (Succession, The Big Short) has got a new project at HBO Max that some of you might be interested in. It’s a climate change anthology series titled The Uninhabitable Earth. The series is inspired by David Wallace-Wells’ novel and New York Magazine article of the same name and “will be comprised of stand-alone fictional stories covering a […]

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