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[07/16/18 - 11:42 PM]
Development Update: Monday, July 16
Updates include: James Purefoy joins Netflix's "Sex Education"; Lauren Ridloff cast in AMC's "The Walking Dead"; and Christine Evangelista is latest tapped for USA's "Erase."

[03/05/17 - 05:01 PM]
Two of Korea's Top Storytellers Unite for "Kingdom" - A New Netflix Original Series
The eight-episode series is set in Korea's medieval Joseon period where a crown prince is sent on a suicide mission to investigate a mysterious outbreak that leads him to a brutal truth that threatens the kingdom.







KINGDOM (NETFLIX)
DEVELOPMENT HISTORY:
3/5/17 - 7/16/18
STATUS:
currently in development (2018-2019 season)
DEVELOPMENT STAGE:
ordered to series
ADDITIONAL NOTES:
renewed through the 2018-19 season (the show's second) on 7/16/18
DESCRIPTION:
(from Netflix's press release, March 2017) Netflix Inc., the world's leading Internet television network, today announced its second Korean original television series - Kingdom. The eight-episode series, produced by a prominent Korean Drama production company, Astory, is set in Korea's medieval Joseon period where a crown prince is sent on a suicide mission to investigate a mysterious outbreak that leads him to a brutal truth that threatens the kingdom. Kingdom breaks new ground by combining two popular genres in one series: historical period drama and zombie action-thriller. The show is a collaboration between two of Korea's strongest storytellers - director Kim Seong-hun whose latest success Tunnel was a top five movie in the Korean box office last year; and writer Kim Eun-hee whose series Signal was one of the top K-dramas in 2016.
CREW INFORMATION:
· Kim Eun-hee as WRTR
· Kim Seong-hun as DIR
GENRE(S):
· drama
STUDIO INFORMATION:
· Astory