Winona Ryder joins Netflix’s latest original

Winona Ryder is the next star to sign on to a Netflix original. She will join the supernatural thriller from Matt and Ross Duffer (horror short We All Fall Down), called Montauk (wt), an eight episode series premiering next year. The brothers will executive produce along with Shawn Levy and Dan Cohen. Plot revolves around a boy’s disappearance in Long Island in the 1980s.

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Leah Remini working on new religious show for A&E

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Lifetime’s UnREAL moves to Hulu

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Cavs win drives ESPN gains

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