The Godfather of Harlem,has not been renewed for a third season there amid the ongoing conversations about a move to HBO Max. Season 2, whose production was interrupted by the coronavirus pandemic, wrapped its run on the network on April 11.The series centers on Alfred Pennyworth (Jack Bannon), who before becoming Bruce Wayne’s butler is a former British SAS soldier in his 20s who forms a security company in 1960s London and goes to work with young billionaire Thomas Wayne (Ben Aldridge), who has not yet become Bruce’s father.
Season 2 main cast also included James Purefoy, Jason Flemyng Edward Hogg, Jessye Romeo, Ramon Tikaram and Harriet Slater.Pennyworth hails from Gotham duo executive producer/writer Bruno Heller and executive producer/director Danny Cannon along with Matthew Patnick. The series is based characters created for DC by Bob Kane with Bill Finger.
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Retired circus elephants get new home with plenty of room to roam
After years of entertaining fans under the big top -- and a few years in retirement -- in Central Florida, a herd of former circus elephants is settling into their new home at a wildlife refuge.
WhatsOnHBOMax When? WhatsOnHBOMax If they do that then I'll maybe watch good for them That would be nice. Who is watching this show? 😉 I’d watch it if it was on something anyone cared about. Yes!!! I really want to see the series, but don't want another subscription. Smart move for Pennyworth! Pity we don't see Disney making moves like this.. Godfather of Harlem on ePix should move to Hulu. Or just any of their shows should pivot to Disney+. They're still fully in bed with linear tv.
NOOO dammit! I'm awready invested AND paying for Epix awready! NO!! WhatsOnHBOMax W. WhatsOnHBOMax I love this show. It's heading to an equally bonkers place as Gotham did, but it's a different type of bonkers. :D Awesome news, both the idea of a season 3 and moving to HBO Max. I have EPIX but most people don't even know this show exists and certainly don't have EPIX so a move to HBO Max will only boost this show.
'Pennyworth': HBO Max, Epix May Share DC Comics Drama for Season 3Discussions between WarnerMedia, which owns the show, and the MGM-backed premium cable network are under way for a potential third season of the Bruno Heller series. Why is this still a thing? Why was it greenlit to begin with? Destroyer_199
BlackMajikMan90 Another Batman-themed TV series moving to HBOMax...kind to seeing a pattern here... Now kill Epiz It's a darn great show BlackMajikMan90 Finally I can watch it.
Sen. Susan Collins supports DC joining Maryland instead of DC statehoodSen. Susan Collins is the latest Republican with an alternative suggestion for Washington, DC's push for statehood: Join another state. Founding Fathers wrote it in the Constitution. Article I, Section 8 provides explicitly for a national capital not part of a state nor treated as a state, but an enclave under the exclusive authority of Congress — a neutral “district” to conduct the nation’s business. Let Susan Collins be concerned about her coming unemployment and keep her big nose out of DC's business. Why does a senator from Maine think she can tell Washingtonians what the hell they can and can not do?! I am so over White America trying to control Black American lives. Statehood for DC! Statehood for P.R.! Statehood for US Virgin Islands! Stay in YOUR lane, Sen Collins!
‘Billy the Kid’ Series From Michael Hirst Ordered By EpixPremium network Epix has greenlighted Billy the Kid, an hourlong series about the famous American outlaw, written by Vikings and The Tudors creator Michael Hirst. Otto Bathurst is set to direct the…
'Billy the Kid' Series From Michael Hirst Set at Epix‘Billy the Kid’ Series From Michael Hirst Set at Epix It's about time Calgary sure doesn't look anything like Eastern New Mexico.
‘Billy the Kid’ Drama Series From ‘The Tudors’ Alum Michael Hirst Greenlit by EpixAmerica’s most notorious (and beloved) outlaw and gunfighter is getting the silver screen treatment. Premium cabler and MGM subsidiary Epix has greenlit a “Billy the Kid” drama, w… Because it’s no longer the 90s and we’re bringing these shoot ‘em ups back! Emilio Estevez cameo?