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Britannia on Amazon: Cancelled or Renewed for Season Two?

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Has Rome prevailed? Is the Britannia TV show cancelled or renewed for a second season on Amazon? The television vulture is watching all the latest TV cancellation and renewal news, so this page is the place to track the status of Britannia, season two. Bookmark it, or subscribe for the latest updates. Remember, the television vulture is watching your shows. Are you?   

What's This TV Show About?

An Amazon Prime Video historical drama, Britannia stars Kelly Reilly, David Morrissey, Nikolaj Lie Kaas, Liana Cornell, Gershwyn Eustache Jnr, Mackenzie Crook, Barry Ward, Stanley Weber, Joe Armstrong, Fortunato Cerlino, Callie Cooke, Aaron Pierre, Eleanor Worthington-Cox, Zoë Wanamaker, Ian McDiarmid, Julian Rhind-Tutt, Hugo Speer, Daniel Caltagirone, Zaqi Ismail, and Annabel Scholey. A century prior, even Julius Caesar failed to conquer Britannia. Now, in 43Ad, Emperor Claudius has dispatched General Aulus (Morrissey) with 400 ships bringing 20,000 men to
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Movie Review – Eli (2019)

Eli. 2019. Directed by Ciarán Foy. Starring Charlie Shotwell, Kelly Reilly, Max Martini, Lili Taylor, and Sadie Sink. Synopsis: A boy receiving treatment for his auto-immune disorder discovers that the house he’s living in isn’t as safe as he thought. Generic repetition can at times plague Netflix’s catalog of interchangeable horror offerings, but then a […]

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Interview: Director Ciarán Foy on How Eli Kept Him Guessing

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Arriving exclusively on Netflix this Friday is Ciarán Foy’s Eli, a story centered around a sick little boy (Charlie Shotwell) who suffers from an auto-immune system that makes it impossible for him to exist in the outside world. His parents take him to stay in a remote facility run by Dr. Horn (Lili Taylor), who promises to cure Eli of what ails him. But Eli begins to suspect there’s more going on than the good Doctor Horn is telling him, and it’s up to him to find a way out before it’s too late.

Of course, there’s quite a bit more to Eli than just some medical shenanigans, but that would ruin the surprises that await viewers this Friday. Suffice to say, if you think you’ve seen a movie like Eli before, just think again.

Recently, Daily Dead had the opportunity to speak with
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Netflix's Eli Trailer Has a Sick Boy Battling an Evil Doctor in a Haunted House

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Netflix is at it again, with yet another original thriller lined up for Halloween. Debuting on October 18, just days before the big spooky holiday, horror fans will be treated to Eli, which follows a very sick boy who must battle an evil doctor inside a haunted clean house. Today, we have the first trailer and poster for this wicked heart-pounding experience in sheer terror.

Eli is the story of a young boy plagued with an unknown, debilitating illness that requires him to live completely sealed off from the outside world. After exhausting every option, his parents put their trust - and his life - in the hands of a doctor whose experimental, cutting edge treatments at her clean house facility may hold Eli's last hope.

As Eli undergoes the tremendously intense process that could potentially cure him, he begins to be haunted by experiences that make him question who he
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Eli (2019) Movie Trailer: Lili Taylor Tries to Cure Eli’s Auto-immune Disorder & Unleashes Something Sinister

Eli Trailer Ciaran Foy‘s Eli (2019) movie trailer has been released by Netflix and stars Charlie Shotwell, Lili Taylor, Kelly Reilly, Max Martini, and Sadie Sink. Plot Synopsis Eli‘s plot synopsis: “As a last resort to cure their son’s auto-immune disorder, the Millers move into a sterile manor during his treatments. Eli is tormented by terrifying visions — [...]

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Super Creepy Trailer for the Upcoming Netflix Horror Film Eli

We’ve got an incredibly creepy trailer for you to check out for the Netflix indie-horror Eli. The film is directed by Ciarán Foy and follows a mother and father who take their ailing son with an autoimmune disorder to a home/facility to receive treatment, but things begin to go wrong when supernatural events occur, and evil seems to be lurking throughout the house and its staff.

As a last resort to cure their son’s auto-immune disorder, the Millers move into a sterile manor during his treatments. Eli is tormented by terrifying visions — deemed hallucinations — but something sinister may lurk within these walls.

The film stars Kelly Reilly (Yellowstone), Max Martini (13 Hours), Charlie Shotwell (All the Money in the World), Lili Taylor (Mystic Pizza), Sadie Sink (Stranger Things), Deneen Tyler (Black and Blue), and Katia Gomez (Get Hard).

Check out the trailer below, and see Eli on Netflix
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Netflix horror Eli gets a trailer

With just two weeks to go until Eli arrives on Netflix, the streaming service has released a trailer for Ciaran Foy’s (Sinister 2) upcoming horror which stars Charlie Shotwell, Kelly Reilly, Max Martini, Lili Taylor, and Sadie Sink; watch it here… Eli is the story of a young boy (Charlie Shotwell) plagued with an unknown, […]

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‘Eli’ Trailer: Netflix’s New Horror Movie Is ‘Bubble Boy’ Meets ‘The Conjuring’

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It’s October, and that means it’s horror movie season. Netflix is ready to scare your pants off with the streaming platform’s latest original horror movie, “Eli.” Check out the trailer below.

Directed by Ciarán Foy (“Sinister 2”), the film follows Eli (Charlie Shotwell from 2016’s “Captain Fantastic”), an 11-year-old boy with an auto-immune disorder who, sheltered from the dangerous environmental stimuli of the world, is checked into a “clean house” for treatment. But he soon discovers that the house is not just “clean” — it’s haunted. Think “Bubble Boy” meets “The Conjuring.” Similarities to the latter are reinforced by the presence of Lili Taylor (star of “The Conjuring” and the recently canceled Netflix series “Chambers”) in the film’s cast. Kelly Reilly (recently seen in TV’s “Yellowstone”) also stars.

From Netflix, here’s the synopsis: “‘Eli’ is the story of a young boy plagued with an unknown,
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Charlie Shotwell in First Trailer for Ciarán Foy's Creepy Horror Film 'Eli'

"Why do I feel worse?!" Netflix has unveiled the first official trailer for an indie horror film called Eli, the latest from acclaimed Irish filmmaker Ciarán Foy (of Citadel and Sinister 2). This hasn't premiered at any film festivals, but will be dropping right onto Netflix in a few weeks - just in time for the horror season. Eli is about a young boy named Eli, played by Charlie Shotwell, receiving treatment for his auto-immune disorder, who discovers that the house he's living isn't as safe as he thought. He moves into a "safe house" but starts to feel even worse, and starts to see some very creepy things. The full cast includes Kelly Reilly, Max Martini, Lili Taylor, Sadie Sink, Deneen Tyler, and Katia Gomez. This is a seriously freaky deaky little trailer. Here's the first official trailer (+ poster) for Ciarán Foy's Eli, from ...
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Telluride Horror Show 2019’s Second Wave of Programming Includes Daniel Isn’T Real, Wounds, Scare Package, Extra Ordinary

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Back in August, Adam Egypt Mortimer's Daniel Isn't Real won the Feature Film Jury Prize at Popcorn Frights, and following its recent screening at Fantastic Fest, it will continue to take its imaginative story around the festival circuit now that it's been announced for the second wave of programming for Telluride Horror Show.

In addition to Daniel Isn't Real, the Telluride Horror Show's second wave of programming also includes Wounds, the horror anthology Scare Package, Extra Ordinary, and more.

You can read the full second wave of programming below, check here for the first wave of programming, and to learn more, visit Telluride Horror Show's official website.

Press Release: Telluride, Co - The full film lineup, special events, and festival schedule are now live for the 10th anniversary Telluride Horror Show, slated for October 11-13, 2019 in the mountain resort town of Telluride, Colorado.

The second wave includes highly-anticipated genre films from Blumhouse,
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"Eli" Trapped In A Haunted Prison

"Eli" is a new horror feature directed by Ciarán Foy, from a screenplay by David Chirchirillo, Ian Goldberg, and Richard Naing, starring Charlie Shotwell, Lili Taylor, Sadie Sink, Kelly Reilly and Max Martini, distributed by Netflix, releasing October 18, 2019:

"...'Eli' is undergoing treatment for a rare disease at a secluded clinic, which becomes a haunted prison with no way out..."

Click the images to enlarge and Sneak Peek "Eli"...
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‘Netflix And Chills’ Horror Brand Celebrates Friday The 13th With Trailer And Pics

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Taking advantage of Friday the 13th, Netflix has released a sizzle reel for its “Netflix & Chills” horror brand, as well as release dates and first-look images for four original movies.

Check out the schedule below for the genre program, which includes original films and series as well as acquired fare like FX’s American Horror Story: Apocalypse and Scream 2.

The initiative kicks off Friday with the French-language original series Marianne, and wraps up October 25 with the debut of original film Rattlesnake and original series Prank Encounters.

Netflix released images (see them below) and dates for In the Tall Grass (October 4); Fractured (October 11); Eli (October 18); and Rattlesnake (October 25).

In the Tall Grass is based on a short story first published in Esquire, written by Stephen King and his son, Joe Hill. It stars Harrison Gilbertson, Laysla De Oliveira, Avery Whitted, Will Buie Jr., Rachel Wilson and Patrick Wilson. Vincenzo Natali wrote and directed.
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Yellowstone: How Many Seasons Will the Paramount Series Run?

What's in store for Yellowstone? Recently, Paramount Network executive Keith Cox spoke with Deadline about the future of the TV show.

The drama centers on the Duttons, a family of powerful and prosperous cattle ranchers. It chronicles their shifting alliances, as well as their old grudges, and even unsolved murders. The cast includes Kevin Costner, Wes Bentley, Cole Hauser, Kelly Reilly, Luke Grimes, Gil Birmingham, Kelsey Asbille, Brecken Merrill, Ian Bohen, Jefferson White, and Danny Huston.

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Yellowstone: Season Three; Eden Brolin to Recur on Paramount TV Series

Yellowstone has some new company. Deadline reports Eden Brolin has joined season three of the Paramount TV show.

The drama centers on the Duttons, a family of powerful and prosperous cattle ranchers. It chronicles their shifting alliances, as well as their old grudges, and even unsolved murders. The cast includes Kevin Costner, Wes Bentley, Cole Hauser, Kelly Reilly, Luke Grimes, Gil Birmingham, Kelsey Asbille, Brecken Merrill, Ian Bohen, Jefferson White, and Danny Huston.

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‘Yellowstone’ Hits New Rating Highs In Season 2 Finale; Paramount Network Chief Talks Show’s Success & End Game

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Paramount Network’s ratings record-breaking drama series Yellowstone ended its second season in style, with its finale setting several new series highs in several categories, including total viewers, averaging 5.7 million viewers in Live+3, P18-34 (1.37 rating) and W18-49 (2.26).

The Kevin Costner-starring Yellowstone, from co-creator/executive producer Taylor Sheridan, ranks as the top cable series this summer in total viewers (5.1 million average); as well as the #1 scripted series in P18-49 (1.93 rating) and P25-54 (2.71 rating) in cable and broadcast. In Season 2, Yellowstone was up double digits from its highly rated first season. In addition to the record-breaking linear performance, Yellowstone also set a new series benchmark on digital with over 66 million views across platforms, up +145% vs. season one. (You can find detailed Season 2 ratings stats at the bottom of the story.)

Paramount Network and TV Land President of Development and Production Keith Cox admits he was “pleasantly shocked
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Yellowstone Season 2 Episode 10 Review: Sins Of The Father

A final confrontation leads to something good and something ominous in the Yellowstone Season 2 finale.

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Yellowstone Season 2 Episode 10

“Don’t let ‘em take it away from you,” a dying John Dutton Sr. (Dabney Coleman) tells his son (Kevin Costner) in a flashback. “Not a goddamn inch.”

Many, many years later, the child-turned-patriarch sits on the porch of his massive Yellowstone Ranch home, reflecting on the recent kidnapping of his grandson and the ever-present fact that so many parties have been trying to take it all away for so long.

“My whole life is just a long series of losing things I love. I’m not going to lose this one, Rip. Not this one,” he tells his trusted ranch hand (Cole Hauser). And so begins “Sins of the Father,” final episode of Yellowstone Season 2 on the Paramount Network. Now that the Beck
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‘Yellowstone’ Finale: A Recap & Taylor Sheridan Explains Harrowing Climax And Where Next For His Hit Western

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Spoilers Abound! In tonight’s tense season climax of his Paramount Network hit television series Yellowstone, Taylor Sheridan got as close as he could to the old fashioned frontier justice showdowns seen in films from High Noon to Wyatt Earp to Sheridan’s directorial debut Wind River. The Ruthless Beck Brothers — played with devilish gusto by Neal McDonough & Terry Serpico — overtook Season Two with their desire for Kevin Costner’s John Dutton to cut them into his Yellowstone Ranch, just as they wanted Danny Huston’s real estate developer Dan Jenkins and Gil Birmingham’s Chief Thomas Rainwater to cut them in on their action. The Becks were roundly turned down, and the blood begins to spill shortly after.

The Duttons got the full force of Beck retribution when John Dutton’s tough daughter Beth was attacked by two white supremacist thugs sent by the Beck Brothers. Her assistant was
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How TV Western ‘Yellowstone’ Created Its Gritty World With Country, Americana Music

When Yellowstone‘s music supervisor Andrea von Foerster visited Nashville last summer to research the popular cable series, she left with a newfound clarity about the show’s country-music soundtrack. To von Foerster’s ears, rough and gritty beats put the western back in country, underscoring the reality of life in the modern West.

“Nothing against pop, but we’re not interested. Our country is more red dirt and Americana. Good ol’ whiskey drinking or outlaw country,” von Foerster says. “We seek artists who are under-represented. We go for the best fit.
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Performer of the Week: Mj Rodriguez

Performer of the Week: Mj Rodriguez
The Performer | Mj Rodriguez

The Show | Pose

More from TVLineQuotes of the Week: Succession, Pose, BH90210, Four Weddings and MoreShould Bachelor in Paradise Pair Stay? Animal Kingdom Dream Casting? Was Pose Ending Too Happy? And More Qs!Pose Season 2 Finale Recap: Moving Forward, and in Heels (Grade It!)

The Episode | “In My Heels” (Aug. 20, 2019)

The Performance | Pose‘s greatest gift has been introducing us to an incredibly talented crop of Lgbtq performers who’d never been given the proper spotlight before. Case in point: Rodriguez had had a few bit parts on TV before Pose, but her work as house
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Yellowstone Season 2 Episode 9 Review: Enemies By Monday

A particularly dark episode sprinkles in just enough hope to crush it down into dust.

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Yellowstone Season 2, Episode 9

As with the majority of the Yellowstone season 2 episodes that came before it, “Enemies by Monday” begins with a nugget or two of wisdom from ranch patriarch John Dutton (Kevin Costner). “It’s the one constant in life,” he tells his son and chosen heir, Kayce (Luke Grimes). “You build something worth having, someone’s gonna try and take it.” And much like his episode-starting comments in “Behind Us Only Grey” and “Resurrection Day,” John’s words are far more applicable than he realizes.

Specifically, in the case of his grandson Tate, the child of Kayce and his estranged wife Monica (Kelsey Asbille). Now that the little boy and his mother have returned to the Dutton family, John has been spending a lot of
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