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Here are The Upcoming Shows and Movies on Fetch TV+
1. Life After Life
Playwright Bash Doran will adapt Kate Atkinson’s 2013 novel Life After Life for a 2022 British television series called Life After Life. Ursula Todd, a lady, living in the first half of the twentieth century, is the protagonist of this work. Her life is a never-ending reiteration of birth, death, and rebirth.
2. The Ice Road
Written and directed by Jonathan Hensleigh, The Ice Road is an upcoming American action thriller set to be released in 2021. Benjamin Walker, Amber Midthunder, Marcus Thomas, Matt McCoy, and Matt Salinger all-star in the film alongside Liam Neeson and Laurence Fishburne as the gloomy Mike McCann and the cunning Jim Goldenrod, respectively.
3. Love Actually
A romantic comedy set during the holiday season, Love was released in 2003 and was written and directed by Richard Curtis. It stars a diverse group of British performers, many of whom are familiar from their prior collaborations with Curtis in cinema and television.
4. See How Its Done
See How Its Done was written by Mark Chappell and directed by Tom George, with Damian Jones and Gina Carter handling production. Sam Rockwell, Saoirse Ronan, Reece Shearsmith, Harris Dickinson, and David Oyelowo are some of the actors featured in the film. Critics were mostly enthusiastic, and the picture has made $21.6 million thus far.
5. The Walking Dead’s
The Walking Dead’s second season, which featured 13 episodes, began airing on AMC on October 16, 2011, ending on March 18, 2012. Frank Darabont adapted Robert Kirkman and Charlie Adlard’s potential comic book series of the same name for television.
6. Mr. Malcolm’s List
Based on her novel of the same name, Mr. Malcolm’s List is a historical drama set in 2022, produced by Emma Holly Jones and written by Suzanne Allain. The actors featured are Freida Pinto, Sope Dirisu, Oliver Jackson-Cohen, and Theo James. Release dates for the UK and Ireland were August 26, 2022, and July 1, 2022, for the US and Canada.
7. When We Last Spoke
In 1967, two girls were left in Fireside, where their grandparents nurtured them. This funny, touching, and ultimately uplifting story about family, friends, and forgiveness is served with a generous helping of local nuts and a dollop of whipped cream. Toccoa, Georgia, served as the setting for the events in When We Last Spoke.
8. The Good Things Devils Do
Review of the supernatural/vampire film ‘The Good Things Devils Do’ by Jess Norvisgaard, which features an outstanding ensemble cast that stars Kane Hodder, Bill Oberst Jr., and Linea Quigley. The film centers on two characters who couldn’t be more opposite of one another and takes place on Halloween.
9. Naked Singularity
With a script co-written by Chase Palmer and David Matthews, Naked Singularity is an upcoming American black comedy crime thriller film set for release in 2021. It was inspired by Sergio De La Pava’s book of the same name, published in 2008. In it, you’ll see John Boyega, Olivia Cooke, Bill Skarsgard, Ed Skrein, Linda Lavin, and Tim Blake Nelson.
10. Bullet Train
Brad Pitt plays Ladybug, a jaded hitman who, after a string of botched assignments, is ready to finally get his job done in peace in the action thriller Bullet Train. But fate may have other ideas, as Ladybug’s latest mission puts him on the world’s fastest train with deadly enemies from around the globe who all have related but conflicting objectives.
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