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Disney+ Loki Series to Have Six Episodes

In an interview with MTV News, actor Tom Hiddleston revealed how many episodes will be in Marvel’s Loki miniseries. There will be six episodes, and each episode will be roughly an hour long. Marvel’s Loki, starring Tom Hiddleston, will premiere on Disney+ sometime in Spring 2021.

Fleabag Actor Andrew Scott Joins His Dark Materials

Actor Andrew Scott, known for his role as The Priest in the show Fleabag and Moriarty in BBC’s Sherlock Holmes, will be joining the cast of HBO’s His Dark Materials. Scott will be playing Colonel John Parry in the second season of His Dark Materials. His Dark Materials Season One will premiere on HBO some time in 2019.

Kevin Smith to Create He-Man Anime

Actor and Director Kevin Smith announced that he will be working on a new anime adaptation of He-Man and the Masters of the Universe for Netflix. In an interview, Smith says that the show will, “pick up right where the classic era left off to tell an epic tale of what may be the final battle between He-Man and Skeletor!” There is no further news about Netflix’s He-Man anime series at this time.

Stephen Amell Announces his Next Role after Arrow

Actor Stephen Amell, known for playing Oliver Queen on The CW’s show Arrow, has announced his next big TV role after Arrow ends this fall. He will play a role in the hourlong drama calls Heels, which explores the world of a small town independent wrestling league. Amell will the play the villain, or heel, named Jack Spade.

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