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  • Showtime green lights: Penny Dreadful spiritual descendant Penny Dreadful: City of Angels
  • Hulu developing: adaptation of F Scott Fitzgerald’s Tender is the Night
  • NBC developing: 30-something Mexican-American woman comedy All Fancy, with Anjelah Johnson

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What TV’s on at the BFI in December? Including The ABC Murders, The Midnight Gang and Sound of Movie Musicals

Every month, TMINE lets you know what TV the BFI will be presenting at the South Bank in London

December is usually when the BFI starts dolling out its TV presents to one and all, like Scrooge after the third ghost has visited, and this year is no different. As well as the traditional League of Gentlemen chat and the usual Missing Believed Wiped revelation of what previously lost TV has been recovered this year (as well as a new animated Doctor Who episode anyone?), there’s a whole bunch of TV previews with starry Q&As afterwards:

  • Sound of Movie Musicals, with Neil Brand
  • The ABC Murders with Rupert Grint and Tara Fitzgerald
  • The Midnight Gang, with David Walliams and Alan Davies
  • Mrs Brown’s Boys Christmas Special with Brendan O’Carroll, Jennifer Gibney, Paddy Houlihan and Danny O’Carroll

There’s a short season devoted to the rise of alternative comedy, while Nish Kumar and special guests will be discussing the new wave of TV satire. There’s even a sitcom workshop for young people. All that before Christmas, too!

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Einstein, Quadras, Terry Pratchett, Stephen King adaptations; The Ranch renewed; BBC acquires all FX shows; + more

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  • Ten rebrands as 10, green lights: dark drama The Secrets She Keeps, Lucy Lawless investigator My Life is Murder and comedy Mr Black with Stephen Curry and Nadine Garner

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  • BBC agrees exclusive content partnership with FX (US), acquiresPose, Mayans MC, Devs, What We Do in the Shadows, Better Things and Mrs America
  • Eleventh Hour/Sony developing: anthology UFO drama series Rendlesham, with Laurence Fishburne

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