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‘Five Days at Memorial’ Review: Apple TV+’s Hurricane Katrina Series Builds Powerfully, Bungles Landing

John Ridley and Carlton Cuse are the creative forces behind the eight-episode limited series focused on a New Orleans hospital and the tragedies of Hurricane Katrina.

‘TV’s Top 5’: Pilot Season Trends and Inside ‘Locke & Key’s’ Long Journey (and Its Future)

Welcome to another episode of TV’s Top 5, The Hollywood Reporter‘s TV podcast. Every week, hosts Lesley Goldberg (West Coast TV editor) and Daniel Fienberg (chief TV critic) break down the week in TV news with context from the business and critical sides, welcome showrunners and executive guests and provide a critical guide of what to watch (or skip, as the […]

‘Locke & Key’: TV Review

Joe Hill and Gabriel Rodriguez's beloved comic 'Locke & Key' finally makes it to Netflix with an adaptation that shows why this story of magical keys and family curses was so enticing and so hard to adapt.

‘Locke & Key’: Inside the Beloved Comic’s Decade-Long Path to Netflix

Locke & Key, the beloved horror comic from Joe Hill, has finally unlocked the mystery of television. First published in 2008, the award-winning title from Hill — the son of Stephen King — and Gabriel Rodriguez makes its debut Feb. 7 on Netflix with a series that has taken more than a decade to make […]

Carlton Cuse Talks Streaming Wars, Network TV Notes and Hatching New Show Ideas

'Jack Ryan' showrunner Carlton Cuse on Saturday said at the Toronto Screenwriting Conference that he has dealt with the strain of Peak TV on Hollywood's top TV creators by making dramas for more supportive streaming platforms.

‘Jack Ryan’ Showrunner Carlton Cuse Steps Down Ahead of Season 3

'Jack Ryan' showrunner Carlton Cuse is stepping away from day-to-day duties on the Amazon series.

‘Jack Ryan’ Season 2 Will Focus on the Decline of Democracy

'Jack Ryan': Carlton Cuse and Graham Roland explain season one of the Amazon streaming series, and preview what's ahead in season two of their Tom Clancy adaptation.

Carlton Cuse on ‘Jack Ryan’s’ 4-Year Journey to Amazon and a Possible ‘Lost’ Reboot

As Carlton Cuse launches Amazon's most ambitious project to date — with John Krasinski in the role once inhabited by Harrison Ford — the former 'Lost' showrunner talks his $20 million Disney deal, streamers vs. networks and how to juggle it all.

‘Locke & Key’ Officially a Go at Netflix With New Writer and Co-Showrunner

'Locke & Key' officially moving forward at Netflix as a 10-episode series with Aron Eli Coleite and Meredith Averill joining Carlton Cuse on a redeveloped drama based on the beloved IDW title.

‘Locke and Key’ Passed Over at Hulu as WME Shops Carlton Cuse Drama

The agency, which represents showrunner Cuse and director Andy Muschietti, has been holding screenings for the pilot after Hulu's surprising pass on the beloved comic from IDW Entertainment.

Why ‘The Strain’ Series Finale Ended With a “Glimmer of Hope”

Showrunner Carlton Cuse talks with THR about avoiding a completely bleak ending as well as what's next for the prolific producer.

Sandra Oh-Starrer ‘Meditation Park’ to Open Vancouver Film Festival

Todd Hayne's 'Wonderstruck' will close the fest.