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‘S.W.A.T.: Under Siege’ VOD Review

Stars: Sam Jaeger, Adrianne Palicki, Michael Jai White, Matthew Marsden, Kyra Zagorsky, Ty Olsson, Olivia Cheng, Zahf Paroo, Aren Buchholz, Lisa Chandler, Mike Dopud, Monique Ganderton, Dakota Guppy, Marci T. House | Written by Jonas Barnes, Keith Domingue | Directed by Tony Giglio

An in-name only sequel- it’s been six years since the last S.W.A.T. movie, Firefight, and you Really don’t have to have seen the previous film – or the 2003 original – to appreciate this, the third film in the S.W.A.T. franchise. Yet another take on the Assault on Precinct 13 story model, S.W.A.T.: Under Siege sees a Swat compound come under fire from an international terrorist who relentlessly and violently pursues a mystery man who was apprehended by Seattle Swat after a raid went horribly wrong.

So why now? Why make another S.W.A.T. film now? Maybe it’s because CBS are planning a new TV iteration of the classic series,
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Marco Polo: Netflix Reportedly Lost $200M on Cancelled Series

No wonder Netflix cancelled Marco Polo. FierceCable reports the streaming platform lost $200 million on the recently axed TV series.Netflix cancelled the historical drama earlier this month after only two seasons. The show chronicled the early days of the infamous explorer as he traveled through the Mongol Empire. The cast included Lorenzo Richelmy, Rick Yune, Benedict Wong, Claudia Kim, Remy Hii, Olivia Cheng, Mahesh Jadu, Tom Wu, Gabriel Byrne, and Michelle Yeoh.Read More…
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Marco Polo: Season Three; Would You Have Watched?

The journey has ended. If you haven't heard the news, has cancelled Marco Polo after only two seasons of 10 episodes each. All of the second season episodes (including the defacto series finale) were released on July 1, 2016. A Christmas special aired last year.The historical drama, which was initially developed for , follows the early years of the famous 13th-century explorer as he travels through the Mongol Empire. The cast includes Lorenzo Richelmy, Rick Yune, Benedict Wong, Claudia Kim, Remy Hii, Olivia Cheng, Mahesh Jadu, Tom Wu, Gabriel Byrne, and Michelle Yeoh.Read More…
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Netflix Cancels ‘Marco Polo’ After 2 Seasons

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Netflix Cancels ‘Marco Polo’ After 2 Seasons
Marco Polo” has been canceled by Netflix after just two seasons. The historical series produced by The Weinstein Company premiered in 2014, with Season 2 hitting the streaming service on July 1, 2016. The 10-episode second season included new and returning cast: Lorenzo Richelmy (Marco Polo), Michelle Yeoh (the Handmaiden), Joan Chen (Empress Chabi), Zhu Zhu (Kokachin), Tom Wu (Hundred Eyes), Olivia Cheng (Mei Lin), Claudia Kim (Khutulun), Rick Yune (Kaidu), Remy Hii (Prince Jingim), Mahesh Jadu (Ahmad) and Uli Latukefu (Byamba), among others. Also Read: 'Marco Polo' Fact Check: The Story of the Real Ahmad Fanakati, Kublai Khan's Finance Minister “Marco Polo” was based on.
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Marco Polo: Castmembers Preview Season Two in Netflix Featurette

An empire will burn. Below, Watch the Marco Polo TV show's season two featurette from Netflix. The ten-episode second season of Marco Polo drops tomorrow, Friday, July 1, 2016. The historical drama follows 13th century explorer Marco Polo during his adventures along the Silk Road. In the video, the cast and crew set the scene for Marco Polo, season two, which promises to be much darker, internally as well as externally.Featured in the video are Creator Ep John Fusco, Lorenzo Richelmy (Marco Polo), Rick Yune (Kaidu), Benedict Wong (Kublai Khan), Claudia Kim (Khutlun), Remy Hii (Prince Jingim), Olivia Cheng (Mei Lin), Ep Patrick MacManus, Mahesh Jadu (Ahmad), Tom Wu (Hundred Eyes), Gabriel Byrne (Pope Gregory X), Michelle Yeoh (Handmaiden/Lotus) and Brett Chan (Stunt Coordinator).Read More…
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Netflix releases featurette for Marco Polo season 2

Ahead of its arrival on the streaming service tomorrow, Netflix has released a featurette for season two of its historical drama series Marco Polo; watch it below after the official synopsis…

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In a world replete with greed, betrayal, sexual intrigue and rivalry, Marco Polo is based on the famed explorer’s adventures in Kublai Khan’s court in 13th Century China, and the dark and tempestuous battle for the expanding Mongol empire.

John Fusco, who wrote the Academy-Award nominated feature Spirit: Stallion of the Cimarron is executive producer and showrunner along with Dan Minahan, whose previous work includes Homeland and Game of Thrones, with Patrick Macmanus, Harvey Weinstein, Bob Weinstein and Elizabeth Sarnoff as executive producers.

The 10 episode second season includes new and returning cast: Lorenzo Richelmy (Marco Polo), Michelle Yeoh (the Handmaiden), Benedict Wong (Kublai Khan), Joan Chen (Empress Chabi
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Marco Polo Season 2 Review

Four episodes were provided prior to broadcast.

It’s been 18 months since Marco Polo debuted its first season on Netflix, and even though it hit with a bit of a resounding dud, the show had its apologists, and I was one of them. A lot didn’t work (it’s hard to overstate that), including thin characterization, thinner world building and clunky, utterly un-bingeable plotting. But the show had style, with neat action set pieces and an unpretentious tackling of the medieval-sex-and-gore genre – which feels all but necessitated by every network thanks to Game of Thrones – resulting in a show that was palatable for me, despite being somewhat of an overall mess.

Cut to today, and it’s been a year-and-a-half since I was entrenched in all of the political turmoil between the the great Kublai Khan (Benedict Wong, still fascinating when the script lets him be) and his nemesis chancellor Jia Sidao,
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Michelle Yeoh will star in season 2 of Netflix’s Marco Polo

Probably the greatest Asian-themed show on TV at the moment just added a star in an already great cast. Michelle Yeoh will play a mysterious figure from Hundred Eyes’ past.

The series is based on the famous 13th Century explorer, following his adventures in the Court of Kublai Han, among greed, betrayal, sexual intrigue and violent rivalry.

John Fusco, creator of the series and executive producer and showrunner along with Dan Minahan stated:

Michelle Yeoh is not only a screen legend and one of the greatest international action stars of all time, she’s one of the best actors of her generation. So we are thrilled to have her join one of the most diverse ensembles in television and bring her unique talents to Marco Polo.

Her role in the second season is one that’s going to add even more intrigue, mystery, and Asian martial arts to our rich story world.
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Gripping Marco Polo Season 2 Trailer Confirms July Premiere

Thanks in large part to the superhero fandom that continues to grip Hollywood, much of the praise that is directed at Netflix’s slate of original series often involves the company’s partnership with Marvel – be that in the form of Daredevil or Jessica Jones.

But there’s a whole host of greatness scattered right across the Netflix library (not to mention spooky ’80s series Stranger Things) particularly now that the online giant is ramping up its output to encompass high-profile feature films. Circling back to those early years, however, and one series that struck a chord with subscribers is Marco Polo – with its compelling cast and lush rendition of 13th Century China – which is now primed to return on July 1.

In anticipation of its imminent premiere, Netflix has now rolled out an all-new trailer for the original drama, welcoming back Lorenzo Richelmy in the title role. There’s a new nemesis to confront,
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TV News Roundup: ‘Hamilton’ Cast to Perform at Tonys, Netflix Releases ‘Marco Polo’ Season 2 Trailer

TV News Roundup: ‘Hamilton’ Cast to Perform at Tonys, Netflix Releases ‘Marco Polo’ Season 2 Trailer
“Hamilton” cast will be performing at the 2016 Tony Awards, Netflix releases trailer for Season 2 of “Marco Polo” and more in Wednesday’s TV news Roundup.

Awards

The 2016 Tony Awards will feature performances from the casts of the Tony-nominated Best Musical and Best Revival of a Musical shows, including nominees Brandon Victor Dixon and Adrienne Warren and the cast of “Shuffle Along,” Tony nominees Laura Benanti, Zachary Levi and Jane Krakowski and the cast of “She Loves Me;” Tony nominee Alex Brightman and the cast of “School of Rock;” Tony nominee Danny Burstein and the cast of “Fiddler on the Roof;” Tony nominees Danielle Brooks and Cynthia Erivo and the cast of “The Color Purple;” Tony nominees Lin-Manuel Miranda, Phillipa Soo, Leslie Odom Jr., Renee Elise Goldsberry, Christopher Jackson and Daveed Diggs and the cast of “Hamilton;” Tony nominees Sara Bareilles, Christopher Fitzgerald and Jessie Mueller and the cast of “Waitress
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Poster and trailer for season 2 of Netflix’s Marco Polo

Ahead of its arrival next month, a poster and trailer have arrived online for season two of the Netflix historical drama series Marco Polo; check them out here…

In a world replete with greed, betrayal, sexual intrigue and rivalry, Marco Polo is based on the famed explorer’s adventures in Kublai Khan’s court in 13th Century China, and the dark and tempestuous battle for the expanding Mongol empire.

John Fusco, who wrote the Academy-Award nominated feature Spirit: Stallion of the Cimarron is executive producer and showrunner along with Dan Minahan, whose previous work includes Homeland and Game of Thrones, with Patrick Macmanus, Harvey Weinstein, Bob Weinstein and Elizabeth Sarnoff as executive producers.

The 10 episode second season includes new and returning cast: Lorenzo Richelmy (Marco Polo), Michelle Yeoh (the Handmaiden), Benedict Wong (Kublai Khan), Joan Chen (Empress Chabi), Zhu Zhu (Kokachin), Tom Wu (Hundred Eyes), Olivia Cheng (Mei Lin), Claudia Kim
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Watch the trailer for Netflix Original ‘Marco Polo’ Season 2

All 10 episodes of Marco Polo season 2 will launch Friday, July 1 exclusively on Netflix, and the streaming service has just debuted the first-look trailer.

In a world replete with greed, betrayal, sexual intrigue and rivalry, Marco Polo is based on the famed explorer’s adventures in Kublai Khan’s court in 13th Century China, and the dark and tempestuous battle for the expanding Mongol empire.

John Fusco, who wrote the Academy-Award nominated feature Spirit: Stallion of the Cimarron is executive producer and showrunner along with Dan Minahan, whose previous work includes Homeland and Game of Thrones, with Patrick Macmanus, Harvey Weinstein, Bob Weinstein and Elizabeth Sarnoff as executive producers.

The 10 episode second season includes new and returning cast: Lorenzo Richelmy (Marco Polo), Michelle Yeoh (The Handmaiden), Benedict Wong (Kublai Khan), Joan Chen (Empress Chabi), Zhu Zhu (Kokachin), Tom Wu (Hundred Eyes), Olivia Cheng (Mei Lin), Claudia Kim (Khutulun), Rick Yune (Kaidu
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‘Marco Polo’ Season 2 Trailer Promises All Out War for Mongolia (Video)

‘Marco Polo’ Season 2 Trailer Promises All Out War for Mongolia (Video)
Netflix’s first “Marco Polo” Season 2 trailer teases that alliances will be tested as the Mongol empire is on the brink of war. In the trailer, Kublai Khan (Benedict Wong) laments all he has had to do in order to maintain his power. But his trials are not over yet, as threats from without and within would claim leadership of his empire for themselves. The 10 episode second season includes new and returning cast: Lorenzo Richelmy (Marco Polo), Michelle Yeoh (the Handmaiden), Joan Chen (Empress Chabi), Zhu Zhu (Kokachin), Tom Wu (Hundred Eyes), Olivia Cheng (Mei Lin), Claudia Kim (Khutulun), Rick.
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Netflix Releases 'Marco Polo' Season Two Trailer

The battle for the Mongol empire ignites with the release of the official trailer and poster for Marco Polo season 2, which you can check out below.

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In a world replete with greed, betrayal, sexual intrigue and rivalry, Marco Polo is based on the famed explorer's adventures in Kublai Khan's court in 13th Century China, and the dark and tempestuous battle for the expanding Mongol empire.

John Fusco, who wrote the Academy-Award nominated feature Spirit: Stallion of the Cimarron is executive producer and showrunner along with Dan Minahan, whose previous work includes Homeland and Game of Thrones, with Patrick Macmanus, Harvey Weinstein, Bob Weinstein and Elizabeth Sarnoff as executive producers.

The 10 episode second season includes new and returning cast: Lorenzo Richelmy (Marco Polo), Michelle Yeoh
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TV News Roundup: Drew Barrymore to Guest Star on Bravo’s ‘Odd Mom Out’ & More

TV News Roundup: Drew Barrymore to Guest Star on Bravo’s ‘Odd Mom Out’ & More
Odd Mom Out’s” Season 2 guest stars include Drew Barrymore and Blythe Danner. Also in today’s TV news roundup, Netflix has set premiere dates for the second season of “Marco Polo” and its new British historical drama “The Crown.”

Casting:

Drew Barrymore and Blythe Danner will guest star on Season 2 of Jill Kargman’s Bravo series “Odd Mom Out.”

The scripted comedy is based on Kargman’s novel “Momzillas,” which critiques New York’s outrageous Upper East Side ecosystem. Barrymore will play Jill (Kargman) and Andy’s (Andy Buckley) rude neighbor Meredith, and Danner will star as Jill’s mother, Sarah Kaplan.

Odd Mom Out’s” sophomore season will see Jill attempting to reboot her career and Andy struggling to assume the Mr. Mom role in her absence. The new episodes premiere on June 20.

The Americans” actress Annet Mahendru has been cast in a recurring role on “Tyrant.” Mahendru will play Nafisa Al-Qadi,
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Marco Polo: Season Two to Debut on Netflix in June

An empire will burn. Below, watch the fiery Netflix announcement that the ten-episode second season of its Marco Polo TV series premieres globally, July 1, 2016. Per Netflix, the series will be available in 4K. The Marco Polo launch date was revealed during the streaming outlet's press conference held in Paris, today.

Marco Polo stars Lorenzo Richelmy as Marco Polo and Benedict Wong as Kublai Khan. Also starring are Michelle Yeoh, Joan Chen, Zhu Zhu, Tom Wu, Olivia Cheng, Claudia Kim, Rick Yune, Remy Hii, Mahesh Jadu, and Uli Latukefu. The series is written by creator John Fusco, who executive produces with Dan Minahan. Patrick Macmanus, Harvey Weinstein, Bob Weinstein, and Elizabeth Sarnoff are also executive producing season two.

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Trailers Hit for Netflix's 'The Crown', 'Marco Polo', 'Bloodline' and an Exclusive cast shot of 'Marseille'

Netflix has released 2 new date announcement trailers for their original series The Crown and Marco Polo Season 2 and a full trailer for Bloodline Season 2. In addition Netflix has also released a cast shot from their upcoming new series Marseille, starring Gérard Depardieu.

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The Crown

The Crown, the highly anticipated, new original series will premiere on Netflix, the world’s leading Internet TV network, to a global audience on Friday, November 4, 2016. The 10-episode series will be available in 4K.

The Crown reunites acclaimed writer Peter Morgan (The Queen, Frost/Nixon) with director Stephen Daldry (Billy Elliot, The Hours) and producer Andy Harries (The Queen). Based on the award-winning play, The Audience, The Crown tells the inside story
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Marco Polo Season 2, Queen Elizabeth II Drama Get Netflix Premiere Dates

Marco Polo Season 2, Queen Elizabeth II Drama Get Netflix Premiere Dates
It has been a long journey, but at long last we have a return date for Marco Polo.

Netflix has announced that Season 2 of the adventure drama will release globally on July 1. The cast for the 10-episode sophomore run includes Lorenzo Richelmy (as Marco Polo), Michelle Yeoh (the Handmaiden), Benedict Wong (Kublai Khan), Joan Chen (Empress Chabi), Zhu Zhu (Kokachin), Tom Wu (Hundred Eyes), Olivia Cheng (Mei Lin), Claudia Kim (Khutulun), Rick Yune (Kaidu), Remy Hii (Prince Jingim), Mahesh Jadu (Ahmad) and Uli Latukefu (Byamba), among others.

Netflix also has released a teaser that touts a November 4 global release date for The Crown,
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Michelle Yeoh Joins 'Marco Polo' Season 2

The second season of the Netflix original series Marco Polo, created by John Fusco, adds actress Michelle Yeoh to its dynamic cast. In the upcoming season, Michelle Yeoh’s character plays a mysterious figure from Hundred Eyes' (Tom Wu) past.

Fusco said:

"Michelle Yeoh is not only a screen legend and one of the greatest international action stars of all time, she's one of the best actors of her generation. So we are thrilled to have her join one of the most diverse ensembles in television and bring her unique talents to Marco Polo. Her role in the second season is one that's going to add even more intrigue, mystery, and Asian martial arts to our rich story world.”

Internationally acclaimed actress and producer Michelle Yeoh has starred in more than thirty films including global hits James Bond's “Tomorrow Never Dies,” “Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon,” “Memoirs of a Geisha,” “Sunshine,
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Netflix’s Marco Polo renewed for Season 2

Netflix has been creating more and more original content over the last few months. The end of 2014 saw the show Marco Polo air on the streaming service and it has now been announced that the show has been renewed for a second season.

The second season will run for 10 episodes and will go into production later this year. Marco Polo is produced by The Weinstein Company and Electus and stars Lorenzo Richelmy as Marco Polo alongside a cast that also includes Benedict Wong, Joan Chen, Zhu Zhu, Chin Han, Olivia Cheng, Tom Wu, Remy Hii, Uli Latukefu, Mahesh Jadu, Claudia Kim and Rick Yune.

Marco Polo is just one of the original series created by Netflix. Other original shows on Netflix include House of Cards, Hemlock Grove, Orange Is the New Black and BoJack Horseman.

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