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        HBO Cancels ‘Run’ Thriller Series From Phoebe Waller-Bridge and Vicky Jones After One Season

        • The Wrap
        HBO Cancels ‘Run’ Thriller Series From Phoebe Waller-Bridge and Vicky Jones After One Season
        HBO has put an end to “Run,” the romantic thriller series from “Fleabag” duo Phoebe Waller-Bridge and Vicky Jones.

        The series, which only lasted for one season, premiered on April 12 and finished up its seven-episode run on May 24. It starred Merritt Wever and Domhnall Gleason.

        “After exploring potential ways of continuing Ruby and Billy’s journey, together with showrunner Vicky Jones, we have come to the decision that we will not be moving forward with a second season of Run,” a spokesperson for HBO said in a statement to TheWrap.

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        Run” is described as “a romantic comedic thriller about a woman, Ruby Richardson (Wever) who walks away from her ordinary life in the suburbs to revisit her past with her college boyfriend, Billy Johnson (Gleeson), with whom she made a pact 17 years prior
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        Ryan Murphy and Blumhouse to Produce Stephen King Short Story ‘Mr Harrigan’s Phone’ for Netflix

        Ryan Murphy and Blumhouse to Produce Stephen King Short Story ‘Mr Harrigan’s Phone’ for Netflix
        Netflix has optioned the Stephen King short story “Mr. Harrigan’s Phone” for both Blumhouse and Ryan Murphy to produce as a feature film, an individual with knowledge of the project told TheWrap.

        John Lee Hancock is attached to write and direct the feature that is the latest story from the master of horror’s collection of novellas “If It Bleeds,” which has landed on the New York Times bestsellers list.

        In “Mr. Harrigan’s Phone,” a young boy befriends an older billionaire who lives in his small-town neighborhood as they bond over the man’s first iPhone. But when the man passes away, the boy discovers that not everything dead is gone, and finds himself able to communicate with his friend from the grave by leaving voicemails on the iPhone that was buried with him.

        Also Read: Leigh Whannell in Talks to Direct Ryan Gosling's 'Wolfman'
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        ‘The Moodys’ Renewed for Season 2 at Fox

        • The Wrap
        ‘The Moodys’ Renewed for Season 2 at Fox
        The Moodys,” starring Denis Leary and Elizabeth Perkins, has been renewed for a second season by Fox, the broadcast network announced Friday.

        The six-episode debut season of the comedy series, which follows “a tight-knit, but slightly dysfunctional, family through their misadventures,” aired last December and focused on the Moodys at Christmastime.

        The second season is slated to premiere during the upcoming 2020-2021 season and will continue to focus on the family, but take their story beyond the holiday season, a Fox spokesperson tells TheWrap.

        Also Read: 'The Moodys' Bosses, Star Elizabeth Perkins on Why Their Moody Holiday Series 'Hopefully' Won't Bum You Out

        “With ‘The Moodys,’ we set out to brand the holidays in the only way Fox can – bold and unconventional. What we ended up with was a special show – and a family – everyone at the network fell in love with,” Michael Thorn, president of entertainment at Fox Entertainment,
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        A New Power Book II: Ghost Teaser Shows Tariq and Tasha in Big Trouble

        A New Power Book II: Ghost Teaser Shows Tariq and Tasha in Big Trouble
        Power Book II: Ghost?got set back a few months because of Covid-19, but it's now moving ahead with full force, and judging by the teaser that aired Sunday, we can expect?Power's first spin-off to have all the anxiety-inducing tension of the original series.?

        Starz announced Friday that?Power Book II:

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        Power Spinoff Teaser Trailer: Is Tasha's Secret Exposed in Book II: Ghost?

        Power Spinoff Teaser Trailer: Is Tasha's Secret Exposed in Book II: Ghost?
        James St. Patrick is in the ground but Tasha’s troubles are far from over in a new teaser trailer for Power Book II: Ghost.

        Starz released new footage from the crime drama’s spinoff Sunday, and the 30-second spot hints at even more illicit shenanigans for the family of the not-so-dearly departed Ghost.

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        For one, it seems like Tameikah knows exactly what happened the night Tasha claims to have murdered her estranged husband.
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        Yellowstone Recap: Back in the Saddle — Plus, [Spoiler] Deals With the Devil

        Yellowstone Recap: Back in the Saddle — Plus, [Spoiler] Deals With the Devil
        Warning: Oh, c’mon, this ain’t your first rodeo. The following contains spoilers for Sunday’s Yellowstone, and you darn well know it!

        Just a week ago, I wasn’t sure that we’d ever see Yellowstone’s Jimmy back in the saddle again, but in Sunday’s episode, he went on what I suspect he’d agree was the ride of his life. In other developments, Beth kinda-sorta proposed to Rip (or at least proposed that he propose), Kayce accepted the Livestock Commissioner post that wasn’t so much offered to as inflicted on him, and John contemplated
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        The Chi Recap: So Close, Yet So Far

        The Chi Recap: So Close, Yet So Far
        For a few minutes in this week’s The Chi, it seems as though we get a definitive — if tragic — ending to the mystery of Kiesha’s whereabouts.

        Thank goodness for Nina, Dre and Kevin, that possibility is dashed when the body of a young woman is determined not to be the missing track star. And while Nina and Dre reflect how relieved they are that the dead girl isn’t their daughter, they’re also forced to realize that she is someone else’s.

        More from TVLineThe Chi Recap: Wait... Will Ronnie Turn Out to Be the Hero of This Story?
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        Starz's P-Valley Premiere: Grade It!

        Starz's P-Valley Premiere: Grade It!
        The Pynk is a Mississippi strip club full of very interesting characters, and it’s where viewers spent most of Sunday’s premiere of Starz’s P-Valley.

        In a moment, we want to hear what you thought of the new, hourlong drama based on Katori Hall’s 2015 stage play, P—y Valley. But first, a quick recap:

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        A woman (Elarica Johnson, A Discovery of Witches) stands
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        Former Pop TV Head Brad Schwartz Exits Audible After Less Than a Month

        Former Pop TV Head Brad Schwartz Exits Audible After Less Than a Month
        After leaving Pop TV to join Audible as its chief content officer on June 15, Brad Schwartz has departed the Amazon-owned audiobook and audio entertainment company less than a month into his new role, Variety has learned.

        Audible declined to comment on the circumstances surrounding Schwartz’s exit, but according to Bloomberg, which first reported the news, Audible employees had discovered an old sexual harassment lawsuit filed against Pop Media Group and expressed discomfort to management. Schwartz was not named a defendant, but his connection to the lawsuit reportedly led the audiobook creator and provider to reconsider its ties to the executive.
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        TV's One-Hit Wonders: Pitch, Bunheads, Baker and the Beauty, Forever and 40+ More Shows That Ended Too Soon

        TV's One-Hit Wonders: Pitch, Bunheads, Baker and the Beauty, Forever and 40+ More Shows That Ended Too Soon
        To paraphrase a famous saying: ‘Tis better to have loved a TV show, and lost it after one season, than never to have loved at all.

        Throughout the years, TV fans have loved and lost a lot of quality series, too many of which were axed after just one season despite their massive potential. Now that another TV season is behind us — which brought the cancellations of one-and-done series like Emergence and The Baker and the Beauty — we’re getting a bit nostalgic for dozens more shows that departed too soon.

        More from TVLineBaker and the Beauty Fails to Find
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