‘Warrior Nun,’ ‘Fakes’ Studios Strike Genre Content Partnership (Exclusive) The banners Reality Distortion Field and The Embassy inked a deal to work together on pre-production, production and VFX work for features and episodic TV.

Review: Netflix’s ‘Fakes’ brings the laughs and the beats to a YA crime story Bubbly even when it’s dark, ever eager to break the fourth wall, the new Netflix young-adult comedy “Fakes” is like an ingratiating friend who wants to show off all their cool new stuff

Review: ‘Fakes’ is Real Fun The maximalist show moves fast through its 10 episodes, the glitzy style propelled by a perfectly chosen soundtrack of obnoxious party rap and mournful ambience.

Review: No flashy fantasy: Four fun shows to savour on streaming It’s a wild ride from a teenager’s lark to a rather big crime empire. Smart and very engaging, [Fakes] provides a novel spin on high-school life.

Watch The Trailer For Netflix’s Edgy New Comedy FAKES “What audiences can expect and get excited for is for sh*t to get f*cked.”

‘Fakes’: Emilija Baranac, Richard Harmon & Jennifer Tong Lead YA Comedy Series for Netflix & CBC Gem; ‘Emily in Paris’ and ‘Warrior Nun’ Execs Aboard The 10-episode, half-hour series, created by David Turko (Warrior Nun), is the story of two teenage best friends who accidentally build one of the largest fake ID empires in North America.Deadline

Netflix, CBC Gem order new Simon Barry production Principal photography underway for the YA comedic drama Fakes on location in VancouverPlayback

Netflix, Canadian pubcaster CBC commission young-adult comedy FakesC21 Media

CBC Gem & Netflix’s FAKES Series Filming in VancouverHollywood North Buzz

Warrior Nun Has Delivered Us A New Queer Icon: Sister Beatrice – Syfy Wire

Netflix’s New Hit Warrior Nun Does Cast Diversity Right The new series based on the comic books follows a girl whose newfound superpower lands her in a legion of ancient nuns – Esquire

How Warrior Nun Sets Up Season 2 The inaugural season of Netflix’s Warrior Nun leaves plenty of loose ends to be addressed in the future. Here’s how the finale sets up Season 2 – CBR.com

Warrior Nun: Toya Turner Talks Representation and Bringing Shotgun Mary to LifeComicbook

Warrior Nun’ Creator on Ava and Beatrice’s Relationship and the ‘Sisterhood’ and Religion in the AdaptationVariety

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Is Warrior Nun the next Buffy? Fans swoon over new Netflix show about a highly-trained girl-squad of Catholic fighters battling demons against stunning Marbella backdropDaily Mail

Netflix’s Warrior Nun Ends On a Massive Cliffhanger. Here’s Where it Could Go in Season Two. The show is basically daring Netflix to offer it a renewalEsquire

Kickass girls killing monsters’: is Warrior Nun the next Stranger Things? Knights, demons and a charismatic cast feature in Netflix’s answer to Buffy. Let’s just hope this loopy thrill-ride isn’t cancelled after one season – The Guardian

The top 9 shows on Netflix this week, from ‘Warrior Nun’ to ‘Unsolved Mysteries’ It looks like Netflix has some more original hits – Business Insider

How Warrior Nun Takes Its Viewers to Church Warrior Nun is, according to its creator and showrunner, “the best feminist Catholic superhero show about sisterhood you’ve never seen.” Simon Barry spoke with us about the Netflix series… – Den of Geek

Netflix’s New Series ‘Warrior Nun’ Is Basically an Ecclesiastical ‘John Wick’ The fight scenes in this show are something to behold – Thrillist

‘Warrior Nun’ Mother Superion role was Sylvia De Fanti’s destiny Netflix’s new series Warrior Nun tells the story of an ancient order that has been battling demons for the church. Italian actor Sylvia De Fanti plays the warrior nuns’ Mother Superion, training them for battle – UPI

If Buffy found religion: A Catholic order battles evil in Warrior Nun trailer “Hell will rise up. And heaven will fall.” – ArsTechnica

What to watch on Thursday: ‘Warrior Nun’ on NetflixThe Washington Post

Warrior Nun’s sinful finale sets up what could be a miraculous second season In Netflix we trust – Digital Spy

On ‘Warrior Nun’ and off, South Side native Toya Turner keeps up the fight While 2020 is a banner year for the actress securing her first series regular role on the Netflix fantasy show, she refuses to shy away from social justice issues – Chicago Sun Times

Netflix’s Warrior Nun Trailer Is Somehow Even Crazier Than the Name Suggests In terms of all-time greatest religion-based show names, it’s safe to say that Warrior Nun probably just shot ahead of both The Young Pope and The New Pope in the ranking – TV Guide