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Channel 4 has announced that the anthology drama series, Philip K. Dick’s Electric Dreams, will be premiering on September 17th, Sunday at 9pm!

TVWISE – Philip K. Dick’s Electric Dreams is a sci-fi anthology series featuring ten stand-alone episodes which were inspired by Philip K. Dick’s renowned shorts stories. They have been adapted for television by a raft of leading British and American writers including Ronald D. Moore, Michael Dinner, Tony Grisoni, Jack Thorne, Matthew Graham, David Farr, Dee Rees and Travis Beacham.

The series was commissioned by Channel 4, while Amazon Prime Video later boarded as the U.S. co-production partner. Electric Dreams is produced by Left Bank Pictures and Sony Pictures Television and stars Bryan Cranston, Timothy Spall, Steve Buscemi, Greg Kinnear, Mireille Enos, Jack Reynor, Benedict Wong, Geraldine Chaplin, Anna Paquin and Terrence Howard. The executive producers are Ronald D. Moore, Maril Davis, Michael Dinner, Bryan Cranston, James Degus, Isa Dick Hackett, Kalen Egan, Christopher Tricarico, David Kanter, Matt DeRoss, Lila Rawlings, Marigo Kehoe, Don Kurt and Kate DiMento.

Deadline has reported that Mireille is set for a key role in the HBO movie, My Dinner With Hervé. The film will also star Peter Dinklage, Jamie Dornan, Oona Chaplin, and Harriet Walter.

My Dinner With Hervé centers on an unlikely friendship that evolves over one wild night in L.A. between struggling journalist Danny Tate (Dornan) and actor Hervé Villechaize (Dinklage), the world’s most famous gun-toting dwarf, resulting in life-changing consequences for both. Enos will play Kathy Self, Villechaize’s longtime girlfriend. Chaplin will portray Tate’s girlfriend Katie, and Walter will play Baskin, Danny’s newspaper editor.

In one of the first deals of the just-underway Los Angeles Film Festival, Vertical Entertainment has acquired U.S. rights to Never Here, a psychological thriller starring Mireille Enos that is having its world premiere Sunday. Vertical is planning a day-and-date theatrical release in fourth-quarter 2017, followed by a pay TV debut on Starz in early 2018.

The pic is written and direct by Camille Thoman and centers on Enos’ Miranda, an installation artist who follows, photographs and documents the lives of strangers to create her art. One night her secret lover witnesses a violent act from Miranda’s apartment window. To protect his identity, Miranda poses as the primary witness, making statements to the police about a crime she did not see, and she begins to create a new piece of work based on these circumstances. It sends Miranda into a maze of doubt and fear, blurring the lines between artist and subject. Sam Shepard, Goran Visnjic, Vincent Piazza, Nina Arianda, Ana Nogueira, and Desmin Borges co-star.

The pic has its world premiere in the U.S. Fiction Competition section Sunday at 6:15 PM at Arclight Cinema 4 in Culver City.

Source: Deadline

Unfortunately, ABC has decided not to renew The Catch for a third season. Nevertheless, it has been such a great 2-season run!

The Catch, starring Mireille Enos and Peter Krause, got off to a sluggish start last midseason but got a second-season renewal, largely based on the clout of Shonda Rhimes’ Shondaland. The series was retooled heading into Season 2 but the ratings slipped further. The Catch‘s Season 2 adults 18-49 average was a 1.0 rating in Live+7.

Still, there was talk about extending the drama, which had internal support and does well internationally for ABC Studios, and there was an idea pitched for Season 3 that had people excited. But in the end, the network opted to end the series.

Source: Deadline

Great news, fellow Mireille fans! Mireille will star in an episode of Amazon and Channel 4’s upcoming anthology series, Philip K. Dick’s Electric Dreams. She and Greg Kinnear will appear in episode entitled Father Thing.

Kinnear will star as the caring, easygoing father in “Father Thing,” an episode written and directed by Dinner that explores a world under attack by aliens. Enos (The Catch) will star opposite Kinnear as a mother who is being protected by son Charlie (played by Billion’s Jack Gore), who is the first to realize that humans are being replaced by dangerous monsters.

Source: The Hollywood Reporter