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Things have looked grim for women in television, both in front of and behind the camera. Amazon, however, is stepping up to the plate and striking development deals with several powerful women in Hollywood.Amazon has inked a first-look deal with Blake Lively and announced two other high-profile development deals with Dirty John star Connie Britton and powerhouse writer/creator Lena Waithe.Amazon will be developing a New York-set series with a fashion component with Lively, as well as a few other projects, according to Deadline. The online giant will also develop a horror TV series entitled Them with Waithe. Additionally, Amazon will work to develop a series with Britton, though there are no details yet as to what the series might entail.Amazon Studios’ head, Jennifer Salke, sung the praises of all three women during Amazon’s Television Critics Association summer press tour, specifically highlighting Waithe’s “gift for identifying exciting and authentic voices,” and Britton’s “ability to create memorable characters and identify compelling stories.” Salke also mentioned that Lively is developing another series that’s based “around a specific piece of IP,” but did not elaborate further on what it might be.Salke seems to be on the hunt to uplift more female voices after the wild success and critical acclaim of Fleabag. The series’ creator, Phoebe Waller-Bridge, is not planning on making a third season anytime soon, but Salke remains optimistic about the chances of either a new season or a new project from Waller-Bridge.“Anything Phoebe wants to do, nothing would make us happier to bring another season of her show. Anything she wants to do. I’m forever the optimist,” Salke told Deadline.While no release dates have been offered for any of the projects, we’d advise getting an Amazon Prime subscription now, lest you miss any of the action.Like what you see? How about some more R29 goodness, right here?WTF Happened During Jules’ Trippy Hookup On Euphoria?Where Is Piper Kerman Now?Reese Witherspoon & Nicole Kidman Respond To Backlash Over Big Little Lies Director Drama
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Actress-singer-songwriter Janelle Monáe (Moonlight, Hidden Figures) has been tapped to succeed Julia Roberts in Season 2 of Amazon's Homecoming, TVLine has learned. Monáe plays a tenacious woman who finds herself floating in a canoe, with no memory of how she got there — or even who she is. As previously reported, Roberts, who never intended to […]
Ahead of its series premiere next week, Amazon has given an early Season 2 renewal to its superhero drama series The Boys. The streaming network made the announcement Friday at San Diego Comic-Con. Additionally, Amazon confirmed that You're the Worst alum Aya Cash will join the Season 2 cast as Stormfront. Deadline previously reported that […]
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Amazon's Lord of the Rings series is another, big step closer to reality, with the hiring of J.A. Bayona to direct the first two episodes. In addition to helming the first two episodes of Penny Dreadful, Bayona's credits include Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom and the Guillermo del Toro-produced The Orphanage (which a friend keeps telling me […]
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Gone Girl's Rosamund Pike is taking the wheel of Amazon's forthcoming series adaptation of The Wheel of Time, TVLine has learned. The actress will play the lead role of Moiraine in the project, which is based on Robert Jordan’s fantasy novels. The Wheel of Time, which was greenlit at Amazon last October, is set in […]