Shadows - Netflix

"Shadows" is a British Supernatural television anthology series produced by Thames Television for ITV between 1975 and 1978. Extending over three seasons, it featured ghost and horror dramas for children.

Guest actors included John Nettleton, Gareth Thomas, Jenny Agutter, Pauline Quirke, Brian Glover, June Brown,Rachel Herbert, Jacqueline Pearce and Gwyneth Strong. The series was also notable for reviving the character of Mr. Stabs.

Notable writers for the series included J. B. Priestley, Fay Weldon and PJ Hammond.

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Type: Scripted

Languages: English

Status: Ended

Runtime: 30 minutes

Premier: 1975-09-03

Shadows - Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice - Netflix

Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice is an upcoming action-adventure video game developed by FromSoftware and published by Activision. The game is scheduled to be released for Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One in early 2019. The game follows a shinobi named Sekiro as he attempts to take revenge on a samurai who attacked him and kidnapped his lord.

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Development of Sekiro began in late 2015, following the completion of Bloodborne's downloadable content, The Old Hunters. The game was revealed via a teaser trailer at The Game Awards 2017 in December, showing the tagline “Shadows Die Twice”. The game's full title was revealed to be Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice during the Microsoft press conference at E3 2018. It is being directed by Hidetaka Miyazaki of the Japanese development studio FromSoftware, best known for creating Bloodborne and the Souls series, and published by the American company Activision. The game is scheduled to be released for PlayStation 4, Windows, and Xbox One in early 2019. Sekiro draws inspiration from the Tenchu series of stealth-action games that were partially developed and published by FromSoftware. The team initially considered developing the game as a sequel to Tenchu, but as that series had already been shaped by several different studios before they obtained the rights to it, they instead opted to take it in a different direction. Miyazaki intended for the combat changes to capture the feel of “swords clashing”, with fighters trying to create an opening to deliver the fatal strike. He and the team also created the game to be a fully single-player experience, as they believed multiplayer to have limitations they wanted to avoid. The word “Sekiro” means “one-armed wolf” in Japanese, referencing the player character's situation, while the subtitle “Shadows Die Twice” was originally only meant to be used as a slogan for the teaser trailer until Activision requested it to be kept for the final name.

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