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Lucifer, Le Bureau des Légendes, Letterkenny renewed; Lucifer, Swamp Thing cancelled; + more

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  • Crave renews: Letterkenny
  • green lights: all-female-cult comedy New Eden, with Evany Rosen and Kayla Lorette
  • Hamza Haq, Laurence Leboeuf and John Hannah to star in CTV’s Transplant

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  • Canal+ renews: Le Bureau des Légendes (The Bureau), Louis Garrel joins

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  • Cree Summer and Bryan Terrell Clark to guest on OWN’s Queen Sugar

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Acquisitions

Another slow week for acquisitions, with only the redoubtable Walter choosing to buy anything at all, and he’s gone for a couple of French thrillers, both from France Télévisions:

  • Maman a tort (Mother is Wrong) 
  • Noces rouges (Crimson Wedding)

Otherwise, it’s all up to Netflix, as per usual.

Premiere dates

Trinkets
Netflix’s Trinkets

Trinkets (Netflix)

Premiere date: Friday, June 14

Netflix US original based on the YA novel by Kirsten “Kiwi” Smith. It follows a group of girls after they meet each other in Shoplifters Anonymous. At first glance, the three high schoolers are worlds apart, but everything changes once the three meet.

Stars: Brianna Hildebrand, Kiana Madeira and Quintessa Swindell

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Arte’s Ad Vitam

Ad Vitam (France: Arte; UK: Netflix)

Premiere date: Friday, June 21

In an age of medical technology that allows people to stay young and live forever, a cop and a rebellious 20-something investigate the mass suicide of seven teenagers.

Family Business
Netflix’s Family Business

Family Business (Netflix)

Premiere date: Friday, June 28

Netflix French original focusing on Joseph (Jonathan Cohen), a 35-year-old who dreams of being a seasoned entrepreneur and is full of business ideas. But none of them take off so he stays working for his kosher butcher father (Gerard Darmon).

Then he learns that cannabis is going to be legalised, and decides to transform the family butchery and get his entire family involved.

Also stars: Julia Piaton and Liliane Rovère.

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Nordic gangsters; Swamp Thing, Jessica Jones, Family Business trailers; + more

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  • Screen Australia to fund development of: supernatural drama Secret Threads, crime dramedy Partners in Crime, adaptation of The Lost Flowers of Alice Hart, musical comedy High Rotation, and prostitution comedy drama Rough

Canadian TV

  • Jann Arden and Sean Beak to guest, Laura Vandervoot, Colin Ferguson and Lucas Bryant to return to Global’s Private Eyes

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UK TV

  • Hayley Squires replaces Sheridan Smith, Kerry Godliman, Rupert Everett, Phil Daniels et al join Channel 4’s Adult Material
  • Red developing: adaptation of Jess Phillips’ Everywoman: One Woman’s Truth About Speaking The Truth

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  • Trailer for DC Universe’s Swamp Thing

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Gavin and Stacey Christmas special; AP Bio cancelled; Ghosts, The A Word, Riviera renewed; Vis a Vis (Locked Up) spin-off; + more

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  • Hulu green lights: anthology adaptation of Nathan Ballingrud’s North American Lake Monsters
  • FX developing: yet another adaptation of Channel 4’s Peep Show