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Resident Evil Netflix TV Series Announced

Netflix has officially confirmed a live-action TV series based on Resident Evil franchise, featuring new story.

There was already a report for online streaming giant Netflix to develop a live-action TV series based on developer/publisher Capcom's most iconic survival horror franchise Resident Evil back in 2019 and pre-production in April this year.

A plot summary was accidentally leaked from a press-only site of Netflix back in February 2020, revealing key story details. Today, official NX Twitter account of Netflix confirms working on a Resident Evil series adaptation for streaming.


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Andrew Dabb from popular CW television show Supernatural will work on a script that explores new story, set apart from live-action films. A full season will expand across two timelines, for an eight episode run that are each 60-minutes long.

Canadian film director Bronwen Hughes (The Journey Is the Destination, The Walking Dead) will be helming first tw…

Dragon's Dogma Anime Reveals Official Trailer

Netflix reveals first official trailer for Dragon's Dogma anime TV series adaptation, arriving next month.

Continuing a string of success with various adaptations of video game properties for a while, streaming giant Netflix announced Dragon's Dogma anime based on a cult classic for their popular online platform back in July 2020.

Ahead of its world premiere on September 17, 2020, Netflix has released an official trailer for Dragon's Dogma anime TV show, showcasing several familiar faces from developer/publisher Capcom's renowned action fantasy classic.


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Netflix's Dragon's Dogma official trailer offers a glimpse to its plotline and first-look at protagonist Arisen.




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Latest trailer for Dragon's Dogma introduces a man named Ethan, who would die and reborn as an Arisen after his wife and kids were killed. He failed his family, entire vill…

Dragon's Dogma Anime Coming to Netflix

Anime adaptation for cult classic video game Dragon's Dogma is arriving on Netflix on September 17, 2020.

Although adaptation of a popular video game franchise in other media is always a risky venture, online streaming service Netflix has seen a decent success with shows like Castlevania anime and live-action The Witcher series in recent years.

In a surprise announcement today, Netflix has confirmed an anime TV show based on popular video game Dragon's Dogma, an action fantasy classic from developer/publisher Capcom which is scheduled to premiere on September 17, 2020.


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Dragon's Dogma takes place in a world that has not been attacked by a Dragon for more than a century and one day, it suddenly appears and starts attacking a small village, where lived a man named Ethan, who tries to protect his family.

However, things didn't work out for him but he ended up becoming an Arisen instead of getting killed in action. Ethan emba…

Fallout TV Series Comes to Amazon Prime

Popular RPG series Fallout from Bethesda is being adapted into a TV show for Amazon Prime by Westworld series creators.

With so many video game properties being greenlit for television adaptation by major networks and streaming platforms these days, it's about time that someone would finally pick up Fallout franchise license for a live-action TV series.

An official announcement came out today from Amazon Studios confirming an upcoming small-screen adaptation of Fallout by revealing a teaser trailer on official twitter account, with series creators of Westworld joining the project.


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Amazon has recently partnered up with Jonah Nolan and Lisa Joy to serve as executive producers for a planned TV show based on Fallout series through Kilter Films banner, teaming up with developer/publisher Bethesda Softworks.

Director of publishing operations James Altman and executive producer Todd Howard of Bethesda are to executive producing as well. Amazon…

Disco Elysium TV Series in Works

TV series adaptation of Disco Elysium is in works from Sonic the Hedgehog movie production company.

Bagging multiple accolades at The Game Awards 2019 including Best Independent Game, unique role-playing title Disco Elysium from developer/publisher ZA/UM is awaiting release on Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.

According to latest reports, Disco Elysium is currently in talks to receive a TV series treatment soon. Indie studio and series creator ZA/UM will be teaming up with dj2 Entertainment, producers who worked on Sonic the Hedgehog movie.


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Aside from upcoming TV show, dj2 Entertainment has license to well-known video game series like Life is Strange, Sleeping Dogs, Vampyr and We Happy Few with further plans to work on feature film projects or making TV series adaptations.

Their only project that got greenlit so far is recent live-action Sonic the Hedgehog movie, which became a blockbuster. No writer is currently attached to t…

The Last of Us TV Series Signed Chernobyl Director for Pilot Episode

Chernobyl series director Johan Renck will be directing pilot episode of HBO's upcoming The Last of Us TV show.

While a long-anticipated movie adaptation of post-apocalyptic survival horror franchise The Last of Us is planned by Sony Pictures is no longer in works, a television series has just been greenlit by HBO network back in March 2020.

Naughty Dog vice president Neil Druckmann and screenwriter Craig Mazin are already finalized for upcoming HBO show. These two will be joined by Chernobyl series director Johan Renck (Breaking Bad, The Walking Dead) for pilot episode.


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During his recent interview with Discussing Film, Johan Renck announced his involvement with The Last of Us TV show for directing its pilot. He will serve as an executive producer and hinted at working on other episodes if HBO wants him to.

Emmy Award winner Renck was recognized in 2019 for his work as Outstanding Directing for a Limited Series, Movie or Dramatic Specia…

The Last of Us TV Series Comes to HBO

HBO has announced to develop a TV show based on Naughty Dog's iconic video game series The Last of Us.

After being in development for an anticipated film adaptation for years, a television adaptation for post-apocalyptic survival franchise The Last of Us is greenlit by HBO network at long last, in association with developer Naughty Dog.

Primetime Emmy Award winner Craig Mazin, who worked on acclaimed 2019 limited series Chernobyl based on true-life disastrous event and is currently writing script for upcoming Borderlands movie, will return to helm this project.


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Mazin will be teaming up to executive-produce and write for the upcoming TV show for HBO with Naughty Dog vice president Neil Druckmann, who has served as co-director and writer for The Last of Us series of video games.

Joining them as executive producer are Naughty Dog president Evan Wells and veteran HBO producer Carolyn Strauss. This is a first project …

Resident Evil TV Series Leaked by Netflix

Plot details for upcoming Resident Evil show was posted and removed from Netflix press-only site earlier.

Ever since report of a Resident Evil TV series arriving on popular online streaming platform Netflix was published by Deadline, fans have been clamoring for more details and a series of related new leaks have started to roll recently.

Earlier, a plot synopsis for upcoming series adaptation of Capcom's iconic survival horror franchise was uploaded to press-only site of Netflix ahead of time that has been deleted afterwards but was retrieved from internet archives.


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A snapshot shared by Twitter user @RE_Wiki reveals primary plot outline of esteemed series from WaybackMachine. Netflix has uploaded these first details of Resident Evil show on their site shortly before removing it entirely.

Perhaps, they are not yet ready to make an official announcement and a previous report says that its pre-production will begin …

Resident Evil Netflix TV Series to Begin Production in June

According to latest reports, Resident Evil Netflix series adaptation will be starting production this June.

Back in 2019, Deadline reported of a brand-new Resident Evil TV series adaptation being in development for online streaming mogul Netflix, in association with the German distribution and production company Constantin Film.

After years of rumor and speculations, a project is finally going forward this year by starting pre-production in April and then begins filming in June through October for a possible 2021 world premiere, according to reports.


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A fan site named Redanian Intelligence that previously revealed information on Netflix's The Witcher show before it arrived and afterwards, has discovered a production entry for Resident Evil series as well as some key details.

Apparently, Netflix is planning for eight episode season and each of them are 60-minutes in length. This structure has become a set standard for …

Mark Hamill Wants to Play Classic Witcher Character

Star Wars actor Mark Hamill is interested to play classic Witcher character Vesemir for Netflix's The Witcher Season 2.

Despite some initial skepticism, fans have approved of the first live-action iteration of Geralt of Rivia, played by British actor Henry Cavill (Justice League, Man of Steel) following first season premiere of fantasy TV series Netflix's The Witcher.

When showrunner Lauren Hissrich was discussing traits of a classic Witcher character on Twitter, it was pointed out that Mark Hamill (Star Wars: The Force Awakens, Star Wars: The Last Jedi) should play Vesemir in The Witcher Season 2.


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Vesemir is an experienced and older Witcher from 13th century, who appeared on franchise novels and games. Also, this conversation gone viral recently is from about a year ago, even before Cavill expressed his interest in playing Geralt.

Hissrich was posting a series of Tweets, breaking down each major characters of her Netflix sh…

Witcher 3 Steam Player Count Rise Following Netflix's The Witcher Premiere

Player count on Steam for The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt sees sudden increase following Netflix's The Witcher premiere.

Last week, Season 1 of highly anticipated fantasy drama TV Series The Witcher has premiered on online streaming-service Netflix, which received huge fan approval in general and a recent peak of player count for The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt.

Following debut of Netflix's The Witcher on December 20, a sudden boost of players for 2015 action role-playing game Witcher 3 is seen on popular PC gaming platform Steam over the weekend, ranking it as 14th most played game.


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According to analytics site Steam Charts, there was an abrupt spike of player number amassing to 50k peak on this Monday, positioning ahead of recently released Western-themed action-adventure title Red Dead Redemption 2.

For past six months, average players count for TW3 was over 13,000 on PC and it saw a slight increase in June, reaching 1…

Netflix's The Witcher Season 2 Confirmed

Netflix has ordered Season 2 for their upcoming fantasy drama TV show The Witcher, arriving on 2021.

Back in July 2019, subscription-based streaming service Netflix officially revealed first teaser trailer for The Witcher live-action TV series at San Diego Comic-Con panel, which is currently set to premiere on December 20, 2019.

Lately, the popular streaming giant confirmed getting a second season of this upcoming fantasy drama and according to official sources; Season 2 will begin production at London next year for a total of 8 episodes to debut on 2021.


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Showrunner Lauren Schmidt Hissrich has expressed her excitement of already getting confirmation of a new season before the first could even arrive on Netflix for fans to enjoy and plans on telling more stories of The Continent.

Hissrich also states that she already has planned through seven season of The Witcher TV Series if they are renewed by the streaming platform. Currently, she is mainly …

Halo TV Series Casts Natascha McElhone as Cortana

Showtime has announced six new casts for upcoming live-action Halo TV series, including Cortana.

Following announcement of Halo Infinite back at E3 2018 press conference, 343 Industries and Microsoft Studios officially revealed a live-action TV series based on military sci-fi shooter video game franchise Halo on Showtime.

In April 2019, series protagonist Master Chief John-117 was cast and now, here comes more six new casting announcements including actor Natascha McElhone (Californication, Designated Survivor) playing Cortana and Dr. Catherine Halsey.


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McElhone actually made her name thorough another show from same TV network and will be playing two prominent roles. She will primarily play as an advanced artificial intelligence construct named Cortana, a guide to John-117.

Her second role is of a female scientist Dr. Catherine Halsey, who has birthed both SPARTAN Program to create futuristic super soldiers and superior battlesuits, Mjolnir Powe…

Netflix's The Witcher Teaser

First official teaser trailer for Netflix's upcoming fantasy TV series The Witcher shows Geralt of Rivia in action.

When fantasy novel series by Polish author Andrzej Sapkowski was made into action role-playing game franchise The Witcher that became immensely successful, a live-action adaptation was imminent and streaming giant Netflix was interested.

Last year, they cast actor Henry Cavill (Justice League, Man of Steel) in lead role Geralt of Rivia along with a few other and after revealing their cast photos online earlier, an official teaser trailer was shown at San Diego Comic-Con panel.


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Take a look at upcoming fantasy TV series, Netflix's The Witcher in newly released teaser video hailing from SDCC 2019.




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Entire focus of first full trailer remains on how elves came to fantasy world of Continent, who taught humans how to wield magic using chaos until they were…

The Cuphead Show is Coming to Netflix

Based on indie smash-hit title, King Features and Netflix announce all-new animated series The Cuphead Show!

Following its official reveal back in E3 2015, indie run and gun title Cuphead came out in 2017 as an Xbox One-exclusive from indie game developer/publisher StudioMDHR and ended up selling over 4 million copies worldwide so far.

Considering its global success and overwhelming popularity among a wide audience, streaming giant Netflix have decided to pick it up for their subscription-based platform to make an all-new animated series titled The Cuphead Show!


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In an official announcement released today, Netflix revealed partnering up with King Features Syndicate to adapt wildly popular world of hand-drawn game by MDHR to their popular subscription-based online streaming platform.

Writer David Wasson (Mickey Mouse, Time Squad) and Cosmo Segurson (Chowder, Rocko's Modern Life: Static Cling) will be serving as c…

Netflix's The Witcher TV Series Reveals First Look at Cast

First-look photo of Geralt, Ciri and Yennefer from upcoming Netflix's The Witcher fantasy drama TV show casts.

It was revealed back in September 2018 that British actor Henry Cavill (Justice League, Man of Steel) has been officially cast for upcoming fantasy drama adaptation of The Witcher TV Series on popular online streaming-service Netflix.

A month later, showrunner Lauren Hissrich reveals detain on additional members of supporting cast for the show in an interview. Today, brand-new images on social media offer official first look at lead characters Geralt, Ciri and Yennefer.


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An early costume test image unveiled first look of Cavill as Geralt of Rivia wearing a silver wig and it was mostly panned by majority of fans. However, his newly redefined appearance seems acceptable and more faithful to source material.

Netflix also released new images of actress Anya Chalotra (The ABC Murders, Wanderlust) as sorceress Yennefer of …

Final Fantasy TV Series Confirmed

A live-action Final Fantasy TV series is currently in works at Sony and production company behind Netflix's The Witcher.

A live-action TV series based on popular science fantasy role-playing Final Fantasy video game series is now in works at Sony Pictures Television in association with developer/publisher Square Enix and production company Hivemind.

Dinesh Shamdasani (Bloodshot, Eternal Warrior), Jason F. Brown (Ben-Hur, The Expanse) and Sean Daniel (The Mummy, The Scorpion King) will be producing on behalf of Hivemind, which is currently working on Netflix's The Witcher.


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A completely original story set within world of Eorzea from Final Fantasy XIV will serve as premise for this upcoming show. Ben Lustig and Jake Thornton will be writing scripts and also be serving role of executive producers.

Though specific plot details are yet not revealed, the show will focus on aspects of magic and technology in order to establish peace amon…

Halo TV Series Casts Pablo Schreiber as Master Chief

Upcoming Halo TV series on Showtime has cast American Gods starrer Pablo Schreiber to play Master Chief.

Right after announcing upcoming militaristic sci-fi first-person shooter Halo Infinite back at E3 2018 press conference last year, a brand-new TV Series based on long-running Halo video game franchise was confirmed for Showtime.

According to a recent announcement from the TV network, Canadian-American actor Pablo Schreiber (American Gods, Orange Is the New Black) has been cast in its lead role as renowned series protagonist Master Chief John-117.


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Schreiber has received nomination for Primetime Emmy for his guest role at comedy-drama series Orange Is the New Black in 2015 and then been nominated for Tony Award on the same year for theatrical performance of Awake and Sing!

He stands an impressive 6.5" tall, which is a pretty rare standard for Hollywood and yet he will be five inches shorter than actual height of John-117 without his Spart…

Diablo Trademark Hints Netflix Series

Revealed by a recent trademark registration, Diablo animated series is currently in works to debut on Netflix.

Action role-playing hack and slash Diablo game franchise has a dedicated fan following that has been asking developer/publisher Blizzard Entertainment for long to make an animated or live-action series that would complement the existing lore.

Back in September 2018, there was already a rumor of this beloved series being adapted into an animated TV show for streaming giant Netflix and now a recent trademark registration has reinforced that possibility even more.


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Originally the news broke when screenwriter Andrew Cosby made a statement on Twitter that he is in talks to be showrunner for an animated series on Lord of Terror by Activision and Netflix, which is deleted later and was never mentioned.

Blizzard apparently filed property called Diablo for trademark and it is listed for "Downloadable films and movies featuring narratives bas…

Bethesda Settle Lawsuit Against Westworld Mobile Game

Bethesda settles their lawsuit claim with Fallout Shelter developers over Behaviour Interactive Westworld mobile game publisher Warner Bros.

Back in June 2018, Bethesda Softworks filed a lawsuit against Behaviour Interactive over the allegation that they have made base-building mobile game Westworld a shameless rip-off of their free-to-play simulation game Fallout Shelter.

Apparently, both parties and Warner Bros. Entertainment has agreed to resolve the lawsuit claim over the matter after reaching an amicable settlement recently. The plaintiff has filed a notice in federal court on December 12 following the resolution.


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Behaviour has previously worked with Bethesda to develop Fallout Shelter that was launched for Android, iOS, Nintendo Switch, PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One on 2015. Even though it lacked endgame goals, people found it quite addictive to play.

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