TV News: Shōgun, Snowpiercer, Knight, Superman SuperNayr


Disney CEO Bob Iger has confirmed during Disney’s quarterly earning call that the recently highly acclaimed “Shōgun” limited series is “tracking as FX’s most-watched show ever on our streaming platforms”.

He also revealed that the show has driven the second largest number of signups to our streaming services since 2022, behind only “Black Panther: Wakanda Forever”. He cites the show as a “great example of how we are successfully reaching wider audiences with our combined linear and streaming ecosystem.” [Source: What’s on Disney Plus]

The fourth and final season of the dystopian sci-fi drama “Snowpiercer” has set a premiere for Sunday July 21st on AMC and AMC+ streaming service. That’s months earlier than originally slated.

In addition the first two seasons will be available to stream exclusively on AMC+ beginning Saturday, June 1st with the third season hitting a week later on June 8th. [Source: AMC]

A Knight of the Seven Kingdoms
HBO’s “Game of Thrones” spinoff about Ser Duncan the Tall and his squire, Egg, has been confirmed to run for six episodes. Owen Harris (“Mrs. Davis,” “Black Mirror”) will helm three of those episodes.

In addition, it has dropped the “Hedge Knight” part of its title and is now just going by the name “A Knight of the Seven Kingdoms”. The project is aiming for a late 2025 premiere.

Superman & Lois
“The Flash” veteran Tom Cavanagh will appear in the series finale of The CW’s “Superman & Lois” which is fittingly titled “It Went By So Fast”.

The obvious question is what role and will Cavanagh be playing Harrison Wells – the part he played across much of the entire run of “The Flash”? The ten-episode final season is expected to air this Fall. [Source: TV Line]

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