‘Hap and Leonard’ Canceled After Three Seasons at SundanceTV

“Hap and Leonard” has been canceled after three seasons, Variety has confirmed. The SundanceTV anthology series was based on the novel series of the same name written by Joe R. Lansdale, with each season based on one of the novels. It follo…

“Hap and Leonard” has been canceled after three seasons, Variety has confirmed. The SundanceTV anthology series was based on the novel series of the same name written by Joe R. Lansdale, with each season based on one of the novels. It followed two lifelong best friends, Hap Collins (James Purefoy), an East Texas white boy with a […]

‘The Split’: Creator Abi Morgan Files Papers On Female-Led Divorce Drama For BBC One & SundanceTV

Suffragette writer Abi Morgan says that a teenage hockey match was the inspiration behind BBC One and SundanceTV’s drama The Split, which brings together high-profile divorces, an obsession with other peoples’ relationships and a predominantly female c…

Suffragette writer Abi Morgan says that a teenage hockey match was the inspiration behind BBC One and SundanceTV's drama The Split, which brings together high-profile divorces, an obsession with other peoples' relationships and a predominantly female cast and crew. Morgan, who previously created period drama The Hour and crime thriller River, said that the idea for the six-part series came about while she was watching her daughter's school game. "I started talking to a…

‘Unspeakable’: Sarah Wayne Callies & Shawn Doyle Lead Cast Of CBC/Sundance TV Miniseries

Sarah Wayne Callies (Colony, The Walking Dead), Shawn Doyle (Bellevue, Big Love), Michael Shanks (Stargate SG-1, Saving Hope) and Camille Sullivan (The Disappearance, The Man in the High Castle) have been cast in Unspeakable, an eight-part miniseries set for premiere on CBC in Canada and SundanceTV in the U.S. Production begins this spring in Vancouver.
Created by Robert C. Cooper (Dirk Gently’s Holistic Detective Agency, Stargate SG-1, Stargate: Atlantis) and based on…

Sarah Wayne Callies (Colony, The Walking Dead), Shawn Doyle (Bellevue, Big Love), Michael Shanks (Stargate SG-1, Saving Hope) and Camille Sullivan (The Disappearance, The Man in the High Castle) have been cast in Unspeakable, an eight-part miniseries set for premiere on CBC in Canada and SundanceTV in the U.S. Production begins this spring in Vancouver. Created by Robert C. Cooper (Dirk Gently's Holistic Detective Agency, Stargate SG-1, Stargate: Atlantis) and based on…

SundanceTV Greenlights True-Crime Docuseries ‘No One Saw A Thing’ From Blumhouse TV

SundanceTV has given the green light to No One Saw A Thing (working title) a true crime docuseries from Blumhouse Television, with Israeli filmmaker Avi Belkin (Winding) attached to direct and executive produce.
The six-episode series examines an unsolved and mysterious death in the American Heartland and the corrosive effects of vigilantism in small town America. The case garnered international attention in the early 1980s after a resident was shot dead in front of…

SundanceTV has given the green light to No One Saw A Thing (working title) a true crime docuseries from Blumhouse Television, with Israeli filmmaker Avi Belkin (Winding) attached to direct and executive produce. The six-episode series examines an unsolved and mysterious death in the American Heartland and the corrosive effects of vigilantism in small town America. The case garnered international attention in the early 1980s after a resident was shot dead in front of…

SundanceTV Teams With Blumhouse Television on New True Crime Documentary Series

SundanceTV and its streaming service Sundance Now have greenlit Blumhouse Television’s true crime documentary series “No One Saw a Thing.”

Israeli filmmaker Avi Belkin will direct and executive produce the six-episode show. Alexandra Shiva, Jason Blum (pictured above), Jeremy Gold, and Marci Wiseman are also set executive produce; Mary Lisio is co-executive producer.

“No One Saw a Thing” examines an unsolved and mysterious death in the American Heartland and the corrosive effects of vigilantism in small town America, per Sundance. The case garnered international attention in the early 1980s after a resident was shot dead in front of almost 60 townspeople. These witnesses deny having seen anything, to this very day.

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Production is currently underway and the show will launch on SundanceTV and Sundance Now in 2019.

“No One Saw a Thing” is the next step in SundanceTV shoring up its true crime slate. The AMC-owned cable channel recently ordered true crime docuseries “The Road to Jonestown,” which hails in part from executive producer Leonardo DiCaprio.

“Produced under the auspices of Blumhouse Television, with prestigious creative talent on board and a compelling mystery at its core, ‘No One Saw a Thing’ is the perfect project for SundanceTV’s and Sundance Now’s discerning audience,” said Jan Diedrichsen, general manager, SundanceTV and Sundance Now. “We have a robust fan base who revel in evocative storytelling, and this exploration will certainly satisfy their appetite for a thought-provoking — and unsolved — true crime story. What’s more, this project underscores SundanceTV’s commitment to working with top tier talent to explore infamous crimes and the impact of these stories on popular culture.”

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“Stranger than fiction, ‘No One Saw a Thing’ is one of those unbelievable stories that requires the passion of a storyteller like Avi Belkin who will stop at nothing to get to the truth. We brought Alexandra Shiva on board to help shepherd the project because of our successful history together,” said Jeremy Gold, co-president Blumhouse Television.

“With its avid audience of fans who enjoy creative and smart entertainment, SundanceTV is the perfect platform. Fans will also have an opportunity to share their own conspiracy theories over social media,” added Marci Wiseman, co-president Blumhouse Television.

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SundanceTV and its streaming service Sundance Now have greenlit Blumhouse Television’s true crime documentary series “No One Saw a Thing.”

Israeli filmmaker Avi Belkin will direct and executive produce the six-episode show. Alexandra Shiva, Jason Blum (pictured above), Jeremy Gold, and Marci Wiseman are also set executive produce; Mary Lisio is co-executive producer.

“No One Saw a Thing” examines an unsolved and mysterious death in the American Heartland and the corrosive effects of vigilantism in small town America, per Sundance. The case garnered international attention in the early 1980s after a resident was shot dead in front of almost 60 townspeople. These witnesses deny having seen anything, to this very day.

Production is currently underway and the show will launch on SundanceTV and Sundance Now in 2019.

“No One Saw a Thing” is the next step in SundanceTV shoring up its true crime slate. The AMC-owned cable channel recently ordered true crime docuseries “The Road to Jonestown,” which hails in part from executive producer Leonardo DiCaprio.

“Produced under the auspices of Blumhouse Television, with prestigious creative talent on board and a compelling mystery at its core, ‘No One Saw a Thing’ is the perfect project for SundanceTV’s and Sundance Now’s discerning audience,” said Jan Diedrichsen, general manager, SundanceTV and Sundance Now. “We have a robust fan base who revel in evocative storytelling, and this exploration will certainly satisfy their appetite for a thought-provoking — and unsolved — true crime story. What’s more, this project underscores SundanceTV’s commitment to working with top tier talent to explore infamous crimes and the impact of these stories on popular culture.”

“Stranger than fiction, ‘No One Saw a Thing’ is one of those unbelievable stories that requires the passion of a storyteller like Avi Belkin who will stop at nothing to get to the truth. We brought Alexandra Shiva on board to help shepherd the project because of our successful history together,” said Jeremy Gold, co-president Blumhouse Television.

“With its avid audience of fans who enjoy creative and smart entertainment, SundanceTV is the perfect platform. Fans will also have an opportunity to share their own conspiracy theories over social media,” added Marci Wiseman, co-president Blumhouse Television.

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SundanceTV Orders Blumhouse TV Docu Series ‘No One Saw a Thing’

SundanceTV has given a six-episode order to the true crime documentary series “No One Saw a Thing” from Blumhouse Television. The series examines an unsolved case from the early 1980s in what Sundance described as “America’s heartland.” A small-town resident was reportedly shot dead in front of about 60 people who continue to deny having […]

SundanceTV has given a six-episode order to the true crime documentary series “No One Saw a Thing” from Blumhouse Television. The series examines an unsolved case from the early 1980s in what Sundance described as “America’s heartland.” A small-town resident was reportedly shot dead in front of about 60 people who continue to deny having […]