Starz Renews ‘Black Sails’ and Jumps on the Binge-Watching Bandwagon

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Next on the cable agenda on Friday was Starz, which is developing Entertainment One Television (eOne) drama “Havana Quartet” with Antonio Banderas (“The mask of Zorro”). Based on the book series of detective novels “Havana Blue,” “Havana Red” and “Havana Black” written by Cuban novelist Leonardo Padura, “Havana Quartet” follows hard-drinking, romantic Cuban Police Detective Mario Conde (Banderas) who longs to be a writer but settles for a job as a detective.

attends the Premiere of “Sicario” during the 68th annual Cannes Film Festival on May 19, 2015 in Cannes, France.

Starz, in addition, is jumping on the binge-watching bandwagon with all episodes of the third – and final — of “Da Vinci’s Demons” and upcoming limited series “Flesh and Bone” available exclusively for STARZ subscribers on STARZ PLAY and STARZ ON DEMAND (commensurate with their respective first episode premieres on October 24 and November 8, respectively). And original scripted drama “Black Sails” has been greenlit for a fourth season (with an unconfirmed number of new episodes). The series is created by Jonathan E. Steinberg (“Jericho,” “Human Target”) and Robert Levine (“Touch”) and executive produced by Michael Bay (the “Transformers” franchise, “Armageddon”), and his Platinum Dunes partners Brad Fuller and Andrew Form (“Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles”), as well as Chris Symes (“Hellboy II: The Golden Army, Erago”n) and Dan Shotz (“Jericho,” “Harper’s Island”).

The 10–episode third season of “Black Sails,” returning in 2016, follows the most feared pirate of the day, Captain Flint (Toby Stephens), and takes place twenty years prior to Robert Louis
Stevenson’s classic “Treasure Island.”