Dan Erickson, the creator of Severance, has been having what he calls “anxiety daydreams.” He’s working on the second season of the acclaimed Apple TV+ series, and though the show just got nominated for a bevy of Emmys, he’s already picturing the worst: headlines about disappointed viewers, articles analyzing his ineptitude, reviews pronouncing “the biggest precipitous drop-off
EXCLUSIVE: Keshet Studios has acquired TV rights to adapt Katelyn Monroe Howes’ debut novel The Awoken, which is publishing this week. The U.S. studio arm of Israel’s Keshet International is planning to turn the book, which Insecure star Issa Rae has called “phenomenal,” into a returning drama series and is understood to be looking for a showrunner to helm the project.
For anyone paying close attention, his dramatic turn with the limited series Escape at Dannemora was not entirely without precedent. Even his comedies find their laughs by picking at the darker side of human nature. So, too, does Severance, from creator Dan Erickson, which Stiller read and fell in love with some five years ago. “It’s a
The Terminal List (1.56 billion minutes) and The Boys (1.09 billion) ranked second and fourth on Nielsen’s chart, with The Boys hitting its best mark to date in the rankings (which have been around for two years) in the week its third season finale debuted. Prime Video had never had two shows pass a billion minutes of