“Grand Army” will not march on at Netflix. Variety has learned exclusively that the streamer has canceled the drama series after just one season. The nine-episode first season of the teen drama debuted on Netflix back in October. Created by Katie Cappiello, the series was loosely based on Cappiello’s 2013 work “Slut: The Play.”
Grand Army will not return for a second season. Netflix has canceled the drama series after one season, Deadline has confirmed. Grand Army, loosely based on Katie Cappiello’s 2013 play Slut, was executive produced by Gone Girl producer Joshua Donen and Beau Willimon (House of Cards). The show revolved around...
The news that the show has not been renewed has been obtained from the streaming platform by Variety. According to the series logline, the show “tunnels into a generation that’s raging and rising. Five students at the largest public high school in Brooklyn take on our chaotic world as they fight to succeed, survive, wild out, break free and seize the future”.
Netflix's Grand Army has come to a halt. The drama series centering on the lives of five students at a Brooklyn public high school has been canceled, EW has confirmed. Grand Army premiered in October and hailed from creator Katie Cappiello, whose 2013 play Slut inspired one of the main story lines. The series starred Odessa A'zion (previously of CBS' short-lived sitcom Fam, and the daughter of Pamela Adlon), Maliq Johnson, Amir Bageria, Odley Jean, and Amalia Yoo.
Netflix series Grand Army is the latest to be cancelled after just one season. Loosely adapted from Katie Cappiello's work Slut: The Play, this teen drama orbited around five students at the largest public high school in Brooklyn: Odessa A'zion's Joey, Odley Jean's Dom, Amir Bageria's Sid, Maliq Johnson's Jayson and Amalia Yoo's Leila.
Another Netflix series has received an early discharge. The streaming service has cancelled the Grand Army TV series after one season of nine episodes. Based on the 2013 play Slut: The Play by Katie Cappiello, the Grand Army TV series stars Odessa A’zion, Maliq Johnson, Amalia Yoo, Amir Bageria, Odley Jean, Alphonso Romero Jones II, Brittany Adebumola, and Crystal Sha’re Nelson. The teen drama revolves around five students who attend the largest public high school in Brooklyn as they take on a chaotic world and wrestle with sexual, racial, and economic politics.
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Netflix has canceled “Grand Army” after just one season. The series followed five high school students attending the largest public high school in Brooklyn as they struggle with sexual, racial and economic politics and fight to succeed and become somebody, according to its logline. “Grand Army” starred Odessa A’zion as...
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Netflix has officially canceled the drama series Grand Army after just one season, according to a report from Deadline. The series, which was loosely based on Katie Cappiello’s 2013 play Slut, revolved around five students at one of the largest public high schools in Brooklyn, New York. The series explored the students as they strived to succeed, survive, wild out, and break free in a chaotic world around them.
FOX has cancelled its comedy series “The Moodys,” a remake of the Australian series of the same name, after two seasons with the series finale slated to air Sunday. This take stars Denis Leary and Elizabeth Perkins as the heads of a dysfunctional Chicago family, with Francois Arnaud, Chelsea Frei and Jay Baruchel as their adult kids.
Grand Army of the Republic Building, recently home to popular restaurants Parks & Rec Diner and Republic, is up for sale. Owners Tom Carleton, David Carleton, and Sean Emery have listed the castle-like structure, at Grand River and Cass avenues, for sale or lease at an undisclosed price, Crain’s Detroit Business reports. The restaurants, also owned by the Carletons and Emery, are on the ground floor of the five-story historic building and could exist under the current concepts or be completely repurposed as new restaurants.
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Thomas D. Seals was born on Oct. 23, 1837. He was left an orphan at a very young age while growing up in Pennsylvania. Upon the outbreak of the Civil War, Thomas joined by serving in both the navy and the army. He enlisted in the United States Navy in New York. Thomas was in the United States Army at the time of the Battle of Bull Run, in which he was wounded during the battle. He remained in the service until the close of the war in 1865.
Gotham Guide is a weekly list of new restaurants, special menus and pop-ups throughout New York City. Support local businesses and head out on a culinary adventure with our suggestions below. As New York City moves out from under the shadow of COVID-19, we celebrate the return of many a...
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When we think of veterans organizations. we generally think of the American Legion and the Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW), but they were not the first veterans organizations in the USA. That honor would fall, at least in this part of the country, to the Grand Army Republic (GAR). The...
It's been a while since we had any news on Spyglass Media's planned "re imagining" of Clive Barker's Hellraiser, but The Illuminerdi has now shared a very interesting casting update. 20-year-old actress Odessa A'Zion (CBS series Fam and Netflix's Grand Army) has reportedly been tapped to play the lead role...
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The leading Democratic candidates for mayor barnstormed the Big Apple to give voters their closing pitches on Friday as a new Post poll shows the June 22 contest going down to the wire. The paper’s front-page survey of 1,000 likely primary voters showed 21 percent backing Brooklyn Borough President Eric...
The new Hellraiser movie has just taken a big step forward as it's found its lead actress. First reported by The Illuminerdi, and since confirmed by Bloody Disgusting, comes the news that Grand Army and Let’s Scare Julie actress Odessa A’zion has been tapped for the lead role of “Riley” in the new film. A’zion marks the first cast member added to the new film which has The Night House director David Bruckner and writers Ben Collins & Luke Piotrowski attached to the project. It was previously reported that Spyglass Media had made a deal for the new film to be a Hulu exclusive.
On Juneteenth—19 June, the now official federal holiday marking the end of slavery in the US—the Center for Brooklyn History (CBH) is launching an initiative that explores the past and present history of racial protest in the New York City borough, from the Civil Rights Movement to the Black Lives Matter era.
Until 26 September at the Morgan Library and Museum, 225 Madison Avenue, Manhattan. The Pakistani-American artist Shahzia Sikander, best known for her works that revive and reimagine illuminated manuscript traditions from South and Central Asia in a contemporary feminist context, presents around 60 early works in this exhibition that mark the start of her interrogation into the colonialist impact on Islamic and South Asian pictorial traditions. The works investigate the politics of provenance, ownership and the narration of South and Central Asian manuscripts, and also respond to the lack of South-Asian representation in Western feminist art scholarship. The show includes several books Sikander selected from the Morgan’s collection, as well as her first exhibited sculpture, the patinated bronze Promiscuous Intimacies (2020) that reimagines the protagonists of her paintings in a sculptural format, blending elements of the mythological characters Venus and the Devata.
There’s no denying that the fall of the Jedi Order at the end of Episode III – Revenge of the Sith is one of the most horrifyingly tragic moments in Star Wars history. But now, The Bad Batch has revealed that Order 66 was even more appalling than we originally thought.