Quentin Tarantino to direct a TV series that will air next year

Quentin Tarantino has had a very successful career in the movies, in a few words, we can call him the king of movies. But somehow he took a break from movies for a short period of time and shifted his focus to television series. Quentin Tarantino recently announced that he is going to produce a television series that will be consisting of 8 episodes in total.

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Quentin Tarantino talks about his last film and first tv series

Fans are very happy because Quentin Tarantino is going to enter the television industry and has already announced his first show. He has even announced his last film. Fans are getting mixed emotions about his decisions.

Quentin Tarantino has already announced making a series but he has disclosed nothing about the series, we don’t know the name of the series yet, and we don’t even know the genre of the series and even the plot and cast.

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Quentin Tarantino has previously worked in television series

Though Quentin has previously worked on television, this is the first time he will be in charge of a whole series. Both two episodes of CSI: Crime Scene Investigation from 2005 and an episode of ER from 1995 were directed by him.

Quentin talks about the survival of movies in theatres

Quentin has disclosed that his tenth and final feature film would be based on a real storyline. He even talked about his worries about the state of Hollywood films in this digital era. He said he is concerned about how every film is released on every digital platform just after its release.

Quentin Tarantino questioned, “What is cinema if not in a movie theater?”

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His worries are very certain and also clarify the reason behind his shift to television from movies.

Quentin Tarantino talks about his other films

While talking about Once Upon A Time In Hollywood’s end, he said “I came up with that ending quite a few years ago. I had been working on this piece, little by little, in one way or another, for about seven years. And I came up with the idea for that last shot about five years ago. When I did, frankly, it blew me away. It was the thing that cemented that I was going to do this one of these days because I had to film that.”

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