TV Talk: ‘Luke Cage’ Renewed for Season Two; Bryan Fuller Talks ‘Star Trek Discovery’

     December 5, 2016

On this episode of Collider TV Talk (December 5, 2016) Josh Macuga, David Griffin, Sinéad de Vries and Sasha Perl-Raver discuss:

  • More original content on Netflix
  • Superhero rundown
  • Westworld reviews
  • Highs and lows
  • Twitter questions
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Netflix has finally announced plans for season 2 of Marvel’s Luke Cage. No release date has been set, but if the timelines of all the shows currently in production are any indication we may not see season 2 for quite some time.

A few months ago, CBS announced that Bryan Fuller would be stepping down as showrunner on the upcoming Star Trek Discovery series slated for a May release on CBS All Access but that he would remain an executive producer and be involved in production. Well, apparently, that’s not the case. In a recent interview with EW, Fuller said he’s not involved in the show at all. He gave them two episode scripts and that’s it. If they want anything else, they have his number.

Netflix will eventually run the world, and I’m sure David will make us review the pilot of it when it happens, but until then it will just keep producing more and more original content. Chief Content Officer Ted Sarandos just announced, via Variety, that the streaming giant is producing 20 more original shows and movies and aims to add 1,000 or more hours of scripted and unscripted programming. Netflix also announced that it will finally offer a downloadable feature for their content so Josh doesn’t have to watch in flight programming on terrible wireless any longer.

Superhero Rundown

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Westworld – Season Finale – Extended Review

Pilot Review – Incorporated on SyFy

Highs and Lows

  • Mysterious new Sherlock series 4 teaser trailer
  • Sense 8 Christmas Special and season 2 release date

Twitter Questions

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