TVLine Items: Britannia’s New Home, Vagrant Queen Cancelled and More

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Britannia is headed throughout the fish pond. Epix will certainly work as the brand-new Stateside home for the UK dream dramatization, rerunning Season 1 on Sunday, Aug. 2, before premiering Season 2 on Sunday, Oct. 4. Epix will certainly additionally be the unique U.S. house for Season 3, currently in manufacturing.

Set in 43 A.D., the drama complies with “the unwilling surge to power of Kerra (played by Kelly Reilly), little girl of the King of Cantii (Ian McDiarmid), and also her arch-rival Queen Atedia (Zoë Wanamaker), that are forced to put their differences apart when the Romans get into Britannia,” per the official run-through. “Meanwhile, rogue Druid Divis (Nikolaj Lie Kaas), the only one that predicted the Roman invasion, finds a not likely ally in a 12-year-old Cantii girl, Cait (Eleanor Worthington-Cox), in his quest to defeat Rome. The Romans are led by General Aulus Plautius (David Morrissey), who is established to be successful where Julius Caesar failed and dominate this legendary land at the far edge of the Roman Empire, Britannia.”

Ready for even more of today’s newsy nuggets? Well …

* Syfy has actually terminated the comic book-based Vagrant Queen after one season, collection maker Jem Garrard revealed on Twitter.

* Corporate Season 3 will premiere Wednesday, July 22 on Comedy Central. Watch a teaser right here.

* HBO Max has gotten the streaming rights to OWN’s David Makes Man, the Peabody Award-winning dramatization developed by Oscar-winning film writer Tarell Alvin McCraney. Period 1 will be readily available Thursday, July 16.

* Hulu will stream Jamie Oliver’s Channel 4 lockdown cooking show Jamie: Keep Cooking and Carry On, beginning Monday, July 27, our sister site Deadline reports.

* Apple TELEVISION+ has actually launched a trailer for Greatness Code, a docuseries adhering to seven legendary professional athletes as they examine the turning points that defined their sporting activities jobs. All 7 episodes will go down Friday, July 10; see the discount below:

Which these days’s TVLine Items stimulate your passion?