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Shadow and Bone is an American fantasy streaming television series developed by Eric Heisserer for Netflix. It is based on two series of books in the Grishaverse by Leigh Bardugo, the Shadow and Bone trilogy and the Six of Crows duology. All eight episodes of the first season premiered on April 23, 2021. In June 2021, the series was renewed for a second season, also consisting of eight episodes which premiered on March 16, 2023.

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In June 2021, the series was renewed for an 8-episode second season.[10] It was confirmed in January 2022 that production on the second season had begun.[11] In December 2022, it was reported that the second season will not only cover Siege and Storm, but also Ruin and Rising of Leigh Bardugo's main Grishaverse trilogy.[12]

For generations, the actress, comedian and television presenter Betty White (January 17, 1922-December 31, 2021) was one of TV's most familiar and beloved faces, often hilariously playing against the sweet image of her smiling eyes and dimpled cheeks on the series "The Mary Tyler Moore Show" and "The Golden Girls."

The last surviving officer of Easy Company, whose exploits were recounted in the book and HBO miniseries, "Band of Brothers," Edward Shames (June 13, 1922-December 3, 2021) was involved in some of the most important battles of World War II. An operations sergeant, he was still 21 years old when he parachuted into Normandy on D-Day, after which he received a battlefield commission to second lieutenant, and took charge of Easy Company. He fought in Operation Market Garden, Operation Pegasus (a rescue mission that saved 125 trapped British troops), and the Battle of the Bulge. He was also the first member of the 101st Airborne to enter the Nazi concentration camp at Dachau, shortly after its liberation.

Beginning his acting career on Broadway at age seven, Dean Stockwell (March 5, 1936-November 7, 2021) would quit show business several times during his life. Yet he kept returning, earning praise as a character actor for his memorable performances in such films as David Lynch's "Blue Velvet," Wim Wenders' "Paris, Texas," Robert Altman's "The Player," and Jonathan Demme's "Married to the Mob" (for which he earned his sole Academy Award nomination). He also received four Emmy nominations for his role as Admiral Al Calavicci, who appears as a hologram to aid the time-traveling scientist played by Scott Bakula, in the cult sci-fi series "Quantum Leap."

Actor Willie Garson (February 20, 1964-September 21, 2021) played talent agent Stanford Blatch, the devoted and stylish best male friend of Sarah Jessica Parker's Carrie Bradshaw, on the TV series "Sex and the City" and in its movie sequels. [He was filming an upcoming series revival for HBO Max called "And Just Like That."]

Comedian Trevor Moore (April 4, 1980-August 6, 2021) co-founded the sketch comedy troupe The Whitest Kids U' Know, whose unbridled TV series (which ran on Fuse and IFC from 2007-2011) was bloody, vulgar, violent, and relentlessly inventive.

Formula One racing has surged in popularity among Americans, thanks to this docuseries that chronicles the quest for the Formula One World Championship. Season 4 documents the intense and controversial battle between Max Verstappen and Lewis Hamilton for the 2021 crown.

Crime Scene closed out 2023 with its third season, "The Texas Killing Fields." It tracks a series of cold cases that spanned decades and shared a patch of land consisting of a field and highway. Previously, Crime Scene delivered in the most on-the-nose way, delivering a second season, "The Times Square Killer", just days before people celebrated the start of 2022 from the tourist attraction (and around the world). This series made its first splash in 2021, with "The Vanishing at The Cecil Hotel."

Arcane (titled onscreen as Arcane: League of Legends) is an animated action-adventure series created by Christian Linke and Alex Yee for Netflix. Produced by Fortiche under the supervision of Riot Games, it is set in the League of Legends Arcane universe, and focuses on several characters from the games, particularly Vi and Jinx. The series was first released in November 2021.

Riot's then Global Head of Entertainment Businesses and Partnerships Jarred Kennedy worked with a creative team of writers (including Linke and Yee) in Los Angeles. The series was produced with and animated by Fortiche Productions, a French animation and creative production studio based in Paris that has worked with Riot on various videos for its champions in the past.[7] The voice actors came in early in the production process,[4][8] but majority of the main cast was only announced years later on September 21st, 2021.[9][10]

The series was announced on October 15th, 2019 as part of the League of Legends 10th anniversary celebrations,[7][11] with Riot Games' CEO Nicolo Laurent stating that they have plans for Arcane to have multiple seasons.[12] Original slated for a 2020 release,[7] the show was delayed to 2021 due to COVID-19-related difficulties.[13] On May 3rd, 2021, it was announced that the show has been picked up by Netflix for international release and by Tencent Video in China with a fall release date.[14][15] On September 25th, 2021, the release date for the first 3 episodes was revealed to be November 6th, 2021.[16]

Though the events of the series are heavily based on the established lore of the game, some differences have already been noted in the series. Creators Christian Linke and Alex Lee have shared that the changes are not necessarily retcons but are "adjustments in order to give [the viewers] the best story possible". Though working to make Arcane as consistent as possible with canon, as of 2021, he doesn't "think [they] would be considered a source of truth over the game", adding that they are taking into consideration the reaction of the fans, the current setup of Riot and its games, as well as the updates and changes to the characters.[17]

On November 6th, 2021, for the global premiere, Riot Games hosted a live event at their headquarters. Numerous actors from the show, show developers, Riot employees, and popular fan content creators were invited to participate in the premier of the first episode. Riot streamed this event and the first episode on Twitch. Some content creators were allowed to co-stream (as well as interview several Riot employees and co-creators of Arcane before the episode premiered[35]) the first three episodes of the series once they received permission from Riot Games, a first for a Netflix series, which also allowed viewers to retrieve in-game drops during the premiere.[36] Drops were only included in the games League of Legends (Arcane Capsule), Wild Rift ("A Single Tear" Emote), Teamfight Tactics (Gizmos & Gadgets Little Legends Egg), Legends of Runeterra ( "Fascinating" Emote), and Valorant ("Fishbones" Gun Buddy).[37] The premiere received 1.8 million concurrent viewers on Twitch. 041b061a72


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