‘Walking Dead’ EP Gale Anne Hurd On Andrew Lincoln Exit & ‘Lore’ Season 2 – New York Comic Con

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SPOILER ALERT: This story includes details about the ninth season of The Walking Dead and the second season of Lore.
EXCLUSIVE: “Change for the sake of change is not helpful,” cautions The Walking Dead and Lore executive producer Gale Anne Hurd. “I thi…

‘Lore’ Gets Almost Halloween Season 2 Premiere Date + Trailer – Comic-Con

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Lore is coming back for its second season on Amazon just a little bit closer to Halloween than last time, Comic-Con learned today with a scary peek at the series.
The hybrid anthology series based on Aaron Mahnke’s popular and often horrifying 2015-lau…

Amazon Studios SDCC Roundup: Teaser Trailers, Casting, Release Dates

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Amazon Studios had a plethora of news coming out of its Comic-Con panel, including numerous teaser trailers, casting news and release dates for some of its biggest and most anticipated shows. Homecoming Amazon released its first official trailer for it…

Amazon Goes Large With ‘Tom Clancy’s Jack Ryan’ & ‘Good Omens’ At Comic-Con

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EXCLUSIVE: Amazon made it very clear earlier this year with a big Super Bowl ad that Tom Clancy’s Jack Ryan is a big priority for them and the Jeff Bezos company are aiming to seal that deal at Comic-Con next month.
In fact, with a Jack Ryan participat…

Amazon Renews ‘Lore,’ ‘Exorcist’s Sean Crouch New Showrunner For Horror Series

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Things are about to get downright scary at Amazon, again. The streaming service now run by Jennifer Salke is bring back horror anthology Lore for a second season, it was formally announced this morning.
No specifics were provided on when Season 2 of Lore would debut or how many episodes it’ll be but I hear that a fall 2018 premiere is looking likely with about six episodes, like Season 1 had.

News of the pick-up for more of the Valhalla Entertainment and Propagate Content…

The Raine Group Backs Ben Silverman and Howard Owens’ Propagate Content

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The Raine Group has bought into Propagate Content, the production and distribution firm run by Ben Silverman and Howard T. Owens. The technology-, media- and telecoms-focused bank has taken an unspecified “significant” stake in the business, and becomes a major Propagate backer alongside A+E Networks. Propagate said it would use the investment to launch new […]

Lore’s Aaron Mahnke on the 5 creepiest superstitions you may not know about

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Aaron Mahnke is the creator and host of the award-winning horror podcast (and now Amazon Prime series) Lore, where he explores the history of the world’s most disturbing creatures, people, and superstitions. We asked the horror expert to give us the five creepiest superstitions he’s come across.

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Lore could stand to have some more folklore, frankly

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Does anyone actually like re-enactments? Like, in a non-ironic way? That’s the question raised by Amazon’s new TV-series adaptation of Aaron Mahnke’s hit podcast Lore. In audio form, Mahnke’s podcast takes historical events and spins them into gripping supernatural campfire tales, delving into the cultural context and…

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‘Lore’ Review: Amazon Horror Anthology Makes Deft Transition From Podcast

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As the Friday the 13th launch date for Lore reveals, Gale Anne Hurd, Ben Silverman, Aaron Mahnke and Amazon are clearly not the superstitious types. However, the executive producers, podcast creator, streaming service and six-episode horror anthology series are all about taking things to the next level.
First reported by Deadline at New York Comic-Con last year, the small-screen version of Mahnke’s popular 2-year-old podcast from Walking Dead EP Hurd and ex-NBC…

Here’s what’s coming to Amazon Prime in October 

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October is one of the spookiest months of the year (some might say it’s even the spookiest), and Amazon Prime is going to have some appropriately frightening offerings to stream next month. In terms of originals, Prime is getting the first season of podcast adaptation Lore, which tells the true histories behind some…

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Full Lore trailer claims that real life is the scariest story

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This full trailer for Lore, Amazon’s TV adaptation of the hit podcast of the same name, suggests that “the scariest stories are true.” That’s a good tagline, but this trailer also sells that idea pretty well with its selection of clips from dramatic reenactments, which range from fantastical stuff like exorcisms and…

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First Trailer for ‘Lore’ Creeps Us Out With Vampires and Werewolves (Video)

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The first trailer for the popular horror and mythology podcast “Lore’s” television adaptation hit the internet Wednesday and somehow it manages to be creepier than its namesake.

The podcast, hosted by writer Aaron Mahnke, is a biweekly look into folklore and horror stories, often drawing upon legends and old tales to delve into the histories of certain myths that still plague us today, like vampires and werewolves.

“Throughout history, folklore has given a voice to our fears,” the dulcet tones of Mahnke say in the opening moments of the trailer.

Also Read: TV Turns to Podcasts for New Ideas, From ‘Lore’ to ‘My Brother, My Brother, and Me’

While the first teaser showed a completely animated sequence, this new, full trailer highlights the dramatic, live-action reenactments that’ll form the core of the show. These segments will feature actors such as Robert Patrick (“Terminator 2: Judgment Day”), Kristin Bauer van Straten (“True Blood”), Adam Golberg (“Fargo”), Holland Roden (“Teen Wolf”), Colm Feore (“House of Cards”) and Campbell Scott (“The Amazing Spider-Man”).

Here’s a rundown of some of the creatures and myths that’ll haunt “Lore’s” six episodes: werewolves, vampires, changelings, possessed dolls and 19th century spirtualism.

The topics come from fan-favorite episodes of the podcast.

“Lore” premieres Friday, Oct. 13 on Amazon Prime. Watch the full trailer above.

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Lore makes the leap from podcasting to TV in a new teaser trailer

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Fans of all things creepy are likely already familiar with the voice: “I’m Aaron Mahnke, and this is Lore.” Mahnke’s meticulously researched, conversationally narrated tales of the historical macabre have proven immensely popular in the world of podcasting, and now he, not unlike a restless spirit in one of his…

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‘Lore’ Gets October Premiere Date On Amazon; Teaser Trailer

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Amazon has set Friday, October 13 in the appropriate Halloween frame for the premiere of its adaptation of the horror podcast Lore, and released a teaser trailer (see above).
The six-episode anthology series combines documentary footage, narration, historical mixed media and cinematic scenes to explore the real-life tales behind pop culture’s most legendary horror myths, such as vampires, changelings, werewolves, séances and possessed dolls. It will feature fan-favorite…