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'Temple' featured as one of the New York Times Best Shows of 2020

James Poniewozik, Chief Television Critic for The New York Times, shares his favorite shows of 2020- including the hit Spectrum Original series 'Temple'

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'Temple' featured as one of the New York Times Best Shows of 2020

James Poniewozik, Chief Television Critic for The New York Times, shares his favorite shows of 2020- including the hit Spectrum Original series 'Temple'

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‘The Second Wave’: Broadway Stars Will Swenson, Phillipa Soo & Leslie Uggams Join Robert & Michelle King’s Coronavirus Drama Series For Spectrum

Robert and Michelle King’s upcoming Coronavirus drama series for Spectrum Originals is getting its second wave of casting. Broadway stars Will Swenson, Phillipa Soo and Leslie Uggams have joined The Second Wave, which stars The Good Fight’s Audra McDonald, Orange Is the New Black’s Taylor Schilling and The Comey Rule’s Steven Pasquale.

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Spectrum Originals Picks Up Australian Drama ‘Eden’ From ‘Miss Fisher’s Murder Mysteries’ and ‘Skins’ Creators

Spectrum Originals is adding a new drama to its slate. Charter Communications’ OTT service has picked up Australian drama “Eden.” Following the disappearance of a girl in Byron Bay, an Australian town that seems to be a paradise. Each episode is told from a different character’s perspective, and the mystery unfolds through multiple lenses as the secrets that bind this supposed nirvana are exposed. The eight-episode series will debut on Spectrum on Demand in 2021.

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Spectrum Originals Picks Up Australian Drama ‘Eden’ From Streamer Stan & All3Media International

Spectrum Originals has headed down under to find its latest international drama – Australian thriller Eden. The Charter Communications broadcaster has picked up the eight-episode drama, which comes from Australian streamer Stan and distributor All3Media International. It will air in 2021.

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Mark Strong Talks ‘Temple,’ Bombing His ‘Bond’ Audition, + U.K. Career Advice

The actor sits down with Allie Volpe in this Backstage 5 interview. After his start on the U.K. stage led to a breakout TV performance in 1996, Mark Strong made the transition to film acting, building an impressive résumé playing spies, soldiers, and villains in “Sherlock Holmes,” “Kick-Ass,” “Zero Dark Thirty,” “1917,” “Shazam!” and more. Now, Strong is making a return to TV, starring in and executive producing the medical drama “Temple,” airing in the U.S. on Spectrum Originals.

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Mark Strong on ‘Temple,’ ‘Shazam 2’, and Why He’s Upset About the ‘Dark Crystal’ Cancellation

During this 1-on-1 phone interview with Collider, British actor Mark Strong talked about how he first became aware of this material, playing such a conflicted and multi-layered role, what’s been most challenging about embodying this character, and what he’s most looking forward to with this season.

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