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Showtime Doesn’t Move On With ‘Three Women,’ Cancels ‘Let The Right One’ And American Gigolo’ — Deadline

except: Paramount Global just announced that show time It will be integrated into Paramount+ via both live and linear streaming later this year. In preparation for the move, the premium cable network, which will be rebranded Paramount+ along with Showtime, has been reevaluating its programming slate over the past several weeks within its scope. New CEO Chris McCarthy.

As a result, Showtime will no longer be following up with new series Three women, starring Shailene Woodley, Betty Gilpin, DeWanda Wise and Gabrielle Creevey, is complete. Its producers have quietly marketed the drama, and I hear there has been interest, with at least one show on the table.

In addition, Showtime has chosen not to pick up the second season of two new drama series: Let the right oneStarring Demian Bashir W American Gigolo, titled by Jon Bernthal. The former, based on the 2004 bestselling novel by Jon Agved Lindqvist and the 2008 Swedish film adaptation, has also been marketed to other platforms by Tomorrow Studios. (I’ve heard that all titles removed from Showtime’s platform as part of the restructuring will be available to be taken elsewhere.)

This marks the latest turn in Let the right oneLong trip. The series was originally set at A&E and A+E studios in 2015 and then moved to TNT, where pilot command and cast but It did not go into production. The series at the end found its way to ShowtimeWhere it appeared on the air.

This is probably the end of the road for american gigolo, that had problems during production, including A.J Investigate misconduct and change bidderseventually resulting in an eight-episode season in production Original order of 10 episodes.

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Writing off completed seasons of TV series or movies has become a favorite of media companies over the past year. The strategy has been used aggressively by Warner Bros. Pictures. Discovery, with others, most notably AMC, joining in.

in Three women Adapted by Taddeo Based on the bestselling book by Lisa Taddeo, a group of women are on a crash course to radically change their lives. The series is produced by Taddeo, Laura Eason, Kathy Ciric, and Emmy Rossum. Louise Friedberg directed and produced the first two episodes.

Showtime has another series of high-profile upcoming scripted shows, including Ripley And king shaka, which is in post production.

On the renewal front, there has been no decision yet on a future Ziwi And I love it for you. I’ve heard that the former is unofficially sending signals to the market, while the latter has a second season written.

Vampire drama series Let the right in comes from Away Creator Andrew Hendricker, Seth Mann and Tomorrow Studios. It is described as an exploration of human frailty, strength, and compassion through an elevated genre lens. The film centers around Marc, played by Demian Bashir, and his daughter Eleanor (Madison Taylor Bays), whose life was changed forever 10 years ago when she was turned into a vampire.

American Gigolo, a present-day re-imagining of the popular 1980 film, follows Julian Kay (Berthal) after his wrongful conviction release from 15 years in prison as he navigates his complex relationships with his ex-lover Michelle (Gretchen Mull), his troubled mother and the people who betrayed him. The project is produced by Paramount Television Studios.

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