‘Y: The Last Man’ Series Gets New Showrunner…Again

‘Y: The Last Man’ Series Gets New Showrunner…Again

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I wrote an article called “Y: The Last Man’ TV Adaptation Will Be Made…Eventually,” and that certainly rings true today. The show will be made, but first all the dominoes need to fall in place instead of blowing across the table like a torn up piece of tissue.   Image Via Black Film   In that article, dated April 16th, I wrote that Aida Croal and Michael Green had announced on the 15th via Twitter that they were exiting the show.   ⁦@andmichaelgreen⁩ pic.twitter.com/igNnghiatM — Aida Croal (@mashaka74) April 15, 2019   To conclude the article, I wrote that “…Aida …

‘American Crime Story’ Producers to Adapt ‘Say Nothing’ for FX

‘American Crime Story’ Producers to Adapt ‘Say Nothing’ for FX

Brad Simpson and Nina Jacobson of the cable production company Color Force, creators of such shows as American Crime Story/Pose, have optioned the book Say Nothing: A True Story of Murder and Memory in Northern Ireland to develop as a limited series for FX. Simpson and Jacobson will serve as executive producers for the upcoming series, along with the book’s author Patrick Radden Keefe.     Say Nothing tells a true story about Northern Ireland during the Troubles, centering on the devastating killing of a thirty-eight year old mother Jean McConville. In 1972, McConville was dragged from her home by masked intruders. Rumored to be a …