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Robert Kirkman’s Cinemax ‘Outcast’ Gets June Premiere With a Side of Season 2

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by Kevin Fitzpatrick March 14, 2016 @ 3:41 PM
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Comic adaptations from write Robert Kirkman have something of a pedigree already, to the point that Cinemax is already doubling down on exorcism thriller Outcast. Not only does the comic drama have an official June premiere, but already second season ordered months before a premiere.

Now Steven Soderbergh Wants in on an ‘Extreme’ Season 3 of ‘The Knick’

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by Kevin Fitzpatrick January 19, 2016 @ 9:27 PM
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Last we heard of period favorite The Knick, director Steven Soderbergh seemed ready to step down if Cinemax opted to press forward with a third and fourth season. There’s still no official word if The Knick will return, or in what capacity just yet, but now Soderbergh might return behind the camera after all, promising a “pretty extreme” third season.

Steven Soderbergh Wants ‘The Knick’ to Run Six Seasons

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by Kevin Fitzpatrick January 8, 2016 @ 2:28 PM
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It’s been a few weeks since the Season 2 finale of Cinemax-Soderbergh medical period drama The Knick, which itself … well, it didn’t leave prospects for the series (or star Clive Owen) in a great place. We’ve heard that Steven Soderbergh might step back for a possible third, even fourth season, but now the revered director envisions it to run as long as six.

‘The Knick’ Season 3 Still On the Table, Cinemax Orders Initial Script

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by Kevin Fitzpatrick December 19, 2015 @ 5:46 PM
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For all the critical steam Steven Soderbergh and Clive Owen’s Cinemax period drama The Knick picked up over two seasons (the second of which ended just last night), the series has long been conceived and contracted to run only two years. At least one major character’s fate was left in doubt by the Season 2 finale, though Cinemax has officially begun consideration of a third, ordering an initial script.

Robert Kirkman’s Cinemax ‘Outcast’ Gets Seriously Gross in First Clip

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by Kevin Fitzpatrick October 13, 2015 @ 9:58 AM
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Over the weekend, Walking Dead creator Robert Kirkman’s new Cinemax venture Outcast scared up a fresh trailer for its 2016 debut, but those in attendance of the New York Comic-Con panel were treated to something much more indicative of the show’s creep factor: Gird your stomachs, and have a gander at the unsettling first clip for Robert Kirkman’s Outcast.

George R.R. Martin Werewolf TV Series Moving Forward at Cinemax

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by Kevin Fitzpatrick October 12, 2015 @ 11:04 AM
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George R.R. Martin has more to his name than just Game of Thrones, and Cinemax may help prove that to your average TV viewer. The premium cable network has begun development of a new series based on Martin’s ‘80s werewolf novella Skin Trade, and there’s nothing about the phrase “80s werewolf novella” we can’t get behind.

Cinemax’s ‘Outcast’ Dials up the Creepy in New NYCC Trailer

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by Kevin Fitzpatrick October 10, 2015 @ 3:43 PM
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Walking Dead creator Robert Kirkman’s next TV horror-show Outcast exorcised its first official trailer at Comic-Con 2015, doing so again (with even more scares) at NYCC. Check out the newest, most unsettling look at at Cinemax’s Outcast, coming to your nightmares in 2016!

Nielsen Ratings Finally Dip a Toe Into Analyzing Netflix, Hulu Viewer Data

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by Kevin Fitzpatrick August 28, 2015 @ 10:32 PM
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As Hannibal fans this weekend (and billions of others before them) can attest, too long has the antiquated Nielsen ratings system given an incomplete picture of a show’s viewership, swaying networks to and fro of cancellation. We may finally have some progress however, as Nielsen will begin taking into account streaming data from the likes of Hulu, Netflix and beyond.

Cinemax’s ‘Outcast’ Starts Production, David Denman, Brent Spiner and More Join Cast

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by Kevin Fitzpatrick August 11, 2015 @ 9:48 AM
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Cinemax’s Robert Kirkman exorcism drama Outcast had a bit of footage to show off at Comic-Con 2015, but with production officially gearing up toward a 2016 premiere, the comic-adapted series has a much fuller cast. Star Trek vet Brent Spiner, The Office alum David Denman and more have joined Outcast in key roles, now that official filming has begun.