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Best Of Summer TV 2018: ‘Random Acts Of Flyness’ & Other Top New Shows To Watch This Holiday Weekend

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Best Of Summer TV 2018: ‘Random Acts Of Flyness’ & Other Top New Shows To Watch This Holiday Weekend
From the sundry skills of Random Acts of Flyness’ creator Terence Nance to the latest move in the resurgence of Hugh Grant to the 1980s dancehall visions of Ryan Murphy with Pose and more, this summer has been almost as hot on the small screen as it has been scorching the real world.

Now, summer doesn’t officially end until September 22 but for most of us the Labor Day weekend is when the season practically winds down All of which means, this holiday weekend presents a perfect opportunity to dive in to some of the best new TV series that debuted in the past few months before the flood of fall premieres are upon us. (Click on the image above to launch a photo gallery of the shows on this list.)

On a landscape where TV programming has become a continuous sprawl, it’s not just the newbies who are worthy of your attention.
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U.K. Greenlit: ITV Dramas ‘Anne’ and ‘Deep Water’ Are Casting Now + Filming in September

Greenlit means a project is officially a go, so all you have to do is follow these leads to stay up to date. You never know where you’ll find an opportunity to land an audition! “Anne”ITV drama “Anne” tells the true story of Anne Williams and her long campaign for justice following the death of her teenage son Kevin in the 1989 Hillsborough Disaster. The two-part factual drama is written by local novelist Kevin Sampson and produced by Julia Stannard. Filming begins in Liverpool on Sept. 10 and casting director Jill Trevellick is attached to the project, which is casting now. “Deep Water”New female-led drama “Deep Water” begins filming on location in the Lake District this autumn. The stories follow three women living in the beautiful surrounding of the Lakes but having to make some controversial choices to deal with the pressures of modern family life. Adapted from the
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‘Anne’ And ‘Ava’ Lead 2018 Canadian Screen Awards Nominations

The 2018 Canadian Screen Awards nominations were announced Tuesday, and the series “Anne” and film “Ava” came away with the most nods. Related: Margaret Atwood To Be Honoured At 2018 Canadian Screen Awards In Toronto In the TV categories, “Anne” received an impressive 13 nominations, with “Cardinal” and “Kim’s Convenience” following close behind with 12 each.
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