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Marvel Studios Reveals Three New Disney+ Series and More

Marvel Studios Reveals Three New Disney+ Series and More

Avengers: Endgame will be on Disney+ on December 11. Here are some other things Kevin Feige is announcing at Disney's Disney+ panel. — Almost the entire cast of the MCU will be lending their voices to the animated Marvel Studios show What If...?. At the Disney+ panel, they showed the audience footage of the show and it included Captain Carter, Winter Soldier fighting Zombie Captain America, and Steve Rogers in World War II Iron Man gear. What If...? will contain 23 episodes for now.

Netflix Renews 'Big Mouth' for Three More Seasons

Netflix Renews 'Big Mouth' for Three More Seasons

Just after the news of Netflix canceling two shows. It looks like Netflix decided to deliver some good news to their subscribers. — Big Mouth has scored a massive three-season renewal from Netflix. Netflix has also signed the show's creators Nick Kroll, Andrew Goldberg, Mark Levin and Jennifer Flackett to a multi-year deal to produce adult animated content. Netflix is making big commitments to animated content. Netflix now has their very own in-house animation studio with big names and developing numerous projects.

Fox Animation Co-President Andrea Miloro Is Stepping Down, Disney Is Assessing Fox's Blue Sky Studios

Fox Animation Co-President Andrea Miloro Is Stepping Down, Disney Is Assessing Fox's Blue Sky Studios

Disney inherited the Fox Animation division Blue Sky Studios when they acquired 21st Century Fox for $71.3 billion. — Andrea Miloro, the co-president of Fox Animation, is departing the company. Disney is currently assessing Blue Sky Studios. Miloro wrote an email to Blue Sky employees this morning. "I am writing today with some news that is difficult to share, but I wanted you to hear it from me: I will be leaving Blue Sky,"

Netflix Cancels 'Designated Survivor' and 'Tuca and Bertie'

Netflix Cancels 'Designated Survivor' and 'Tuca and Bertie'

It seems like Netflix is canceling more and more of its original content. — Today, Netflix canceled Designated Survivor which stars Kiefer Sutherland as President Tom Kirkman. The series originally began at ABC, and the first season followed the storyline of Kirkman being a low-level cabinet member who is selected to be the designated survivor during the State of the Union address. When the unthinkable disaster strikes the Capitol, Kirkman becomes the President of the United States of America.

'The Amazing Spider-Man' Director Marc Webb Signs Multi-Year, Overall Deal with ABC Studios

'The Amazing Spider-Man' Director Marc Webb Signs Multi-Year, Overall Deal with ABC Studios

This is the first overall deal done by ABC Studios new president Jonnie Davis. — Webb will direct pilots and develop projects as an executive producer exclusively for ABC Studios. Webb will create projects for television along with streaming programming. He will be doing the projects through his Black Lamb production company. Webb will still work with creative executive Karen Feldesman and producing partner Mark Martin on Black Lamb-ABC projects.

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