Quentin Tarantino to direct a television series

Quentin Tarantino to direct a television series

While waiting to see Quentin Tarantino's tenth and last film, the famous director put his project on hold to devote himself to something new, unusual: his first television series.

Quentin Tarantino's first television series

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At the moment he has not released any other statements in this regard. We know he's preparing to make his long-rumored tenth and final film, and he's been asked where he's at on the job: by the way, Tarantino said he'd like to show a "cinematic window into the monthly it has to debut on a streaming platform.” Hence the idea of ​​minimally suspending his feature film to switch to TV. However, Tarantino has also implied that he wouldn't consider debuting his latest film on streaming.

Tarantino has actually already had the opportunity to work on television programs or series, even if they were not his originals. Previously, the director was credited for episodes of "From Dusk Till Dawn: The Series" based on his film with Robert Rodriguez. He also wrote and directed two episodes of “ CSI: Crime Scene Investigation ” in 2005, as well as directing an episode of “ ER ” in 1995 and playing a character in two parts of “ Alias ​​“.

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