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10.08.2023 - 11:25 / nme.com
Cruel Summer is returning to Amazon Prime Video for a second season of sinister mystery and teen angst – you can find all the details below.The follow-up to 2021’s hit summer thriller, this second instalment in the series has chosen to completely change things up and start afresh. Gone are the likes of Chiara Aurelia and Olivia Holt, and instead a new cast of bright young things will be at the centre of all the drama.The official synopsis for the season reads: “Set in an idyllic waterfront town in the Pacific Northwest, the next chapter of Cruel Summer follows the rise and fall of an intense teenage friendship.“Approaching the story from three different timelines surrounding Y2K, the season twists and turns as it tracks the early friendship between Megan, Isabella and Megan’s best friend Luke, the love triangle that blossomed, and the mystery that would impact all of their lives going forward.”Fans of the series in the US have been able to watch the second season in its entirety already.
The first episode dropped in the states to coincide with the start of vacation season in America, but now UK fans can add it to their summer binge list imminently.Cruel Summer season two will be available to stream in full on Amazon Prime Video from Friday August 11. This means that fans can choose to binge the series or take their time with it.Indeed, anyone with an Amazon Prime Video subscription will be able to watch both season two and hit the rewind button to season one if they wish – as from Friday both will be available to watch on the platform.Three members of the new cast will be familiar faces with The Goldberg’s Sadie Stanley, Lexi Underwood of Little Fires Everywhere, and Griffin Gluck from Locke & Key securing roles.Stanley.
Amazon Prime customers only have a few more weeks to enjoy free same-day delivery without any concern.
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Ragnarok is set to set to return for a third season on Netflix — you can find release details below.A modern-day re-imagination of Norse mythology (and not to be confused with Marvel‘s third Thor film), Ragnarok premiered on the streaming service in 2020, and will soon conclude with season three.Set in the small fictional town of Edda in Hordaland, the series follows socially awkward teenager Magne, who confronts the influential Jutlus family following the death of his friend in a freak accident.Represented as reincarnations of Norse gods and giants, Magne achieves the power of Thor, while his brother, Laurits, assumes the persona of the God of Mischief, Loki. The Jutlus meanwhile, are revealed to be jotunn, mythological beings with elemental powers.The first season of the show saw Magne and Laurits come to terms with their new powers, while in the second, Magne joined up with a number of individuals who embody other Norse gods, such as Odin, Freyja, and Tyr.In the third and final season, Magne and his friends will confront Jutuls and Laurits in one final, epic battle.All six episodes of Ragnarok season three will be available to stream on Netflix on August 24 from 8am GMT.In the US, all Netflix shows are released just after midnight on PST.
The Mandalorian season 2 (the character originated from the animated series Star Wars: The Clone Wars).First reviews for Ahsoka praised the show as a “dream come true” with one writing: “It’s got those classic Star Wars vibes while also feeling very fresh.”The show will begin with a two-episode premiere this week, and you can see all the details for when you can watch the episodes below.The show will host a two-episode premiere at 6pm PT on August 22nd, which is 1am BST on August 23.While the new release time of 6PM PT on Tuesday 22nd August still technically works out to being the 23rd here in the UK, it does mean that eager fans can watch the new series at 1am GMT.Further episodes will then be released on a weekly basis, and you can see the full run-down of the episode release dates below.Thank you to all the fans who celebrated with us at our #Ahsoka fan events around the world last night!We’re excited to announce that new episodes of #Ahsoka will now launch Tuesdays at 6PM PT, starting with our two-episode premiere on August 22, only on @DisneyPlus. pic.twitter.com/aANUtKRV7L— Ahsoka (@ahsokaofficial) August 18, 2023The upcoming series follows Ahsoka as she wanders through the galaxy in search of the villain Thrawn (Lars Mikkelsen, reprising his voice role from Rebels).
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Prime Video and Variety collaborated to host Master Crafts at NYA Studios East, an event featuring the Emmy-nominated artisans behind Prime Video’s shows. Moderated by Variety’s senior artisans editor Jazz Tangcay, the five panels included “Music to Our Ears,” with music supervisors, sound editors and mixers; “World Building” with cinematographers, production designers and a VFX supervisor; “Looking the Part,” with costume designers and makeup artists; “Names and Faces” with casting directors; and “The Final Cut” with producers. The creatives behind critically acclaimed shows such as “The Marvelous Mrs.
Billions is making one last return to the small screen with a seventh season set to conclude the story that all started with Bobby Axelrod – you can read all the details below.Having departed the show in season five, Damian Lewis is getting set to make a return as Axelrod in this seventh and final outing of Billions. Having sent him off to a non-extradition country, the show’s creators have welcomed the charming Wall Street mogul back to the show for one last roll of the dice in the bear pit of hedge funds, the federal government, and big egos.Speaking about his return to the show, Lewis told Stephen Colbert in February: “Bobby’s back.
Behind Your Touch is the latest K-Drama that Netflix has had a hand in creating, and the highly anticipated show premiers today (August 12).Starring Han Ji-min and Lee Min-ki, Behind Your Touch is an upcoming comedy K-drama that follows nosy small-town veterinarian Bong Ye-boon (played by Han), who suddenly gains psychometric abilities to see into the past of other living creatures.Meanwhile, Lee plays Moon Jang-yeol, an ambitious detective who comes to realise he needs Ye-boon’s abilities to solve certain crimes. K-Pop EXO member Suho also stars in the series as Kim Sun-woo, a young man who moves to their town and begins working part-time jobs.As of this moment there has been no word from Netflix on a second season of Behind Your Touch.However, with many shows on Netflix it would be safe to say that if the show proves to be a success in terms of streaming numbers it will have a good shot at a second season.And Behind Your Touch has all the hall-marks of a series that could capture the imagination.
Cruel Summer has just landed on Amazon Prime Video, and it features a new cast in a new setting.Rather than taking up the story where season one left off show-runners have decided to start afresh with a new story in the Pacific Northwest. Gone are the likes of Chiara Aurelia and Olivia Holt, and instead a new cast of bright young things will be at the centre of all the drama.This new season sees Sadie Stanley plays one of the two leading female protagonists from this season taking on the role of Megan Landry.
Good Omens wrapped last week on Amazon Prime Video – and the ending has left some fans unhappy.In the episode the Metatron arrives and offers Aziraphale (Michael Sheen, an angel) Gabriel’s former position and the ability to restore Crowley’s (David Tennant, a demon) status as an angel. Aziraphale tells Crowley that he intends to accept the Metatron’s offer, while Crowley prepares to confess his feelings for Aziraphale.After asking Crowley to return to Heaven as an angel and work with him, Crowley refuses and instead kisses him.
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Selome Hailu Jenny Han’s teen drama series “The Summer I Turned Pretty” has been renewed for a ten-episode third season at Amazon Prime Video. Though the news was announced on Thursday, Amazon says the greenlight was made official internally before the WGA and SAG-AFTRA went on strike, and that no work on Season 3 will begin until labor negotiations between the guilds and the studios have been resolved. According to Amazon, Season 2 of “The Summer I Turned Pretty” is one of the 10 most-watched seasons of any series ever on Amazon Prime Video, with its July 14 premiere more than doubling viewership of Season 1 within three days of launch.
The Summer I Turned Pretty has officially been renewed for a third season at Amazon’s Prime Video!
We’ll always have summer.