David Lowery’s observant direction is the highlight (so far) of CBS’ slow-burning period drama.
The Hunt will follow a group known as the Hunters that discovers that hundreds of high-ranking Nazi officials are living among them and conspiring to create the Fourth Reich in the United States.
The network’s also announced new series, including a comedy from New Girl creator Liz Meriwhether and a cop drama starring Nathan Fillion.
Called Moonbase 8, the trio play “subpar astronauts living in NASA’s Moon Base Simulator.”
Christmasland is coming to the small screen.
Called A Dry Run, the six-part series depicts the “struggle against fascism and the misuse of capitalism as a bulwark to totalitarianism.”
Bright’s David Ayer and producer Chris Long are developing the project via their own Cedar Park Entertainment.
Called Raising Dion, the series will follow a single mother and her son, a budding superhero.
The Get Out filmmaker is developing a new series about ’70s-era Nazi hunters.
The series’ 15-episode first season arrives on September 24th.
Netflix shares first trailer for Alias Grace, a new series adapted from Margaret Atwood’s novel: Watch
Sarah Gadon stars as an amnesiac maid accused of murdering her former employers.
Details are sparse, but we’re more than happy to revisit the sun-soaked series.