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Netflix’s ‘Bloodline’ Creators: Kyle Chandler Drama Is No ‘Damages’

"We wanted it to feel like a new challenge to us," said producer Daniel Zelman

Watch Damian Lewis as Henry VIII in ‘Wolf Hall’ Trailer

From Brody to a Tudor king in one seamless move

‘Wolf Hall’ Bound for Broadway

The Royal Shakespeare Company's smash stage adaptation of Hilary Mantel's historical saga will play the Winter Garden Theatre

‘Wolf Hall/Bring Up the Bodies’: Theater Review

Hilary Mantel’s prize-winning historical novels are masterfully compressed into a bloodthirsty six-hour court soap opera by the Royal Shakespeare Company.

It’s Official: ‘Homeland’s’ Damian Lewis to Star in PBS’ ‘Wolf Hall’ Miniseries

The actor will play Henry VIII opposite Mark Rylance as Thomas Cromwell in the six-part miniseries being written by Oscar nominee Peter Straughan.

‘Wolf Hall’ and ‘Bring Up the Bodies’ Headed to London’s West End

Could the Royal Shakespeare Company and playwright Mike Poulton’s critically acclaimed dramatization of the best-selling Hilary Mantel historical novels be bound for Broadway next?

Mark Rylance to Star in BBC TV Adaptation of ‘Wolf Hall’

Hilary Mantel's historical novels "Wolf Hall" and "Bring Up the Bodies" are being adapted for the small screen by writer Peter Straughan.

‘Secret Circle’ Alum Chris Zylka Joins NBC’s ‘Bloodline’ (Exclusive)

He'll play a love interest at the center of the pulp thriller from executive producer Peter Berg.

‘Private Practice’s’ KaDee Strickland to Star in NBC’s Peter Berg Pulp Thriller ‘Bloodline’

She'll be the female lead and play the mother of Bird Benson, whose journey is at the center of the drama pilot.

‘Breaking Bad’s’ Jonathan Banks to Star in NBC’s ‘Bloodline’

He'll play the patriarch in an ancient line of killers in the drama from exec producer Peter Berg.

BBC, HBO Team for ‘Wolf Hall’ Miniseries

The drama is based on Hilary Mantel's Booker Prize-winning novel about Thomas Cromwell's rise to power in the court of Henry VIII.


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