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Will there be another season?

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Will There Be Another Season?

After zooming through all eight episodes of Netflix live-action resident Evil series, you might be curious if we get it or not resident Evil Season 2.

resident Evil is an extremely popular horror franchise around the world. It has international fame, be it through games, movies or merch, most people know what the series is even if they haven’t seen the movies or played the games. Based on that fact alone, there seems to be a good chance the live-action show will get a lot of views, if only out of curiosity.

Several were animated resident Evil Movies and shows, but this is the first live-action series in the universe. The other live action content was the movies.

Netflix will likely give the show at least one more season, although personally I’m hoping for many more, but I’ll take what I can get.

Is Season 2 of Netflix Resident Evil happening?

resident Evil has not yet been canceled or renewed. Sometimes Netflix orders very early renewals, even before a show airs, if they expect it to be popular. but resident Evil has not been prematurely extended or terminated. The good news is that there’s plenty of time for the show to premiere and hopefully the service will perform very well to make it a worthwhile long-term investment over multiple seasons.

The genre fare on Netflix has been mostly hit or miss, but some of the streaming service’s biggest shows are horror or fantasy. The Witcher is probably the most comparable as it is also a very popular franchise based on books and acclaimed video games (although the Netflix series is based on the books, not the games). stranger things is also the biggest show by Netflix and fans between the and resident Evil should overlap, so I’m hopeful resident Evils future.

So far we don’t have a confirmation one way or another, but stay tuned for updates on Netflix Life.

The good news is that Dabb has a beginning, middle and end plan for the series. He told TVLine, “Whether that’s two seasons or three seasons or four seasons or five seasons, we let the audience dictate us.”

What could Resident Evil season 2 be about?

Spoilers ahead for resident Evil season 1

The end of the first season ends with several significant cliffhangers. In 2022, Billie and Jade leave New Raccoon City with Bert. Jade has the name and address of Ada Wong, so we can assume she will be traveling to Japan. But will Billie go with her? Based on how things stand between them in 2036, it doesn’t seem likely. There’s also the fact that Evelyn’s secret project escaped, which likely caused the eventual virus outbreak.

Speaking of 2036, the season ends with Arjun’s fate hanging in the air, Jade shooting, and Billie getting away with Jade’s daughter, Bea. Her story will obviously be about her trying to get her daughter back.

Speaking to TVLine, Dabb also teased more elements from the games that come into play throughout the story, saying, “I’ll say the deeper we go into the story, the more story we find as we get more elements out.” bring games and expand on these worlds and these characters.”

In addition, he said:

“We made the choice [in Season 1] just touching the tip of the iceberg when it comes to gameplay. If we’re lucky enough to go into Season 2 and beyond, you’ll see how many more gameplay elements are coming to the show.”

While we don’t necessarily see everything in the show, Dabb added that what happens in the game is still real in this world and forms the show’s backstory.

“All the games released today [from] the first game village, are the background story of our show. So Raccoon City was atomized. In Eastern Europe there was a giant vampire lady [aka Lady Dimitrescu]. That’s all in our world.”

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Rookies Jaquan Brisker and Trestan Ebner stand out in the Chicago Bears’ 19-14 win against the Kansas City Chiefs in the preseason opener

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Rookies Jaquan Brisker And Trestan Ebner Stand Out In The Chicago Bears’ 19-14 Win Against The Kansas City Chiefs In The Preseason Opener

The Chicago Bears beat the Kansas City Chiefs 19-14 in the preseason opener Saturday at Soldier Field.

Here’s what you need to know about the game.

Justin Fields’ day

In three series of work, Bears quarterback Justin Fields completed 4 of 7 passes for 48 yards with no touchdowns and no interceptions. He was sacked twice and had one 10-yard run.

His two best plays came on third down, the first a 26-yard pass to Darnell Mooney on the Bears’ second drive. But then Fields was sacked, Khalil Herbert ran for no gain and Fields threw incomplete to force the Bears to punt.

Fields also hit Tajae Sharpe with a 19-yard pass on third-and-9 on the Bears’ third drive. But that drive ended at the Chiefs 43-yard line when Herbert was stopped for no gain.

The Bears were missing many of their top offensive playmakers, including running back David Montgomery and Cole Kmet, who are day to day with injuries.

Nice debut

Rookie safety Jaquan Brisker played into the Chiefs’ fourth drive when he made a splash against backups with a tackle for a loss and a near-interception. Brisker, a second-round pick out of Penn State, finished with four tackles and a pass defended.

Fellow Bears second-round pick Kyler Gordon didn’t play as he continues his recovery from an undisclosed injury.

The Bears defense gave up a touchdown on Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes’ only drive. Mahomes completed 6 of 7 passes for 60 yards and found tight end Blake Bell for a 5-yard touchdown pass for a 7-0 lead.

Nice debut, Part II

Rookie running back/returner Trestan Ebner returned the opening kickoff 34 yards and also broke for a 27-yard run in the second quarter.

Ebner, a sixth-round pick out of Baylor, scored the Bears’ first touchdown of the preseason, a 12-yard reception from Trevor Siemian in the third quarter.

Participation report

The Bears played most of their healthy starters, but veteran defensive end Robert Quinn and offensive tackle Riley Reiff sat out. Linebacker Roquan Smith was present but didn’t play as he continues his “hold-in” amid stalled contract negotiations.

Montgomery, Kmet, Gordon, tight ends Ryan Griffin and James O’Shaughnessy, cornerbacks Kindle Vildor, Duke Shelley and Thomas Graham Jr. and wide receivers Byron Pringle, N’Keal Harry, Velus Jones Jr. and David Moore were among the players to miss the game with injuries.

Also notable

  • Rookie linebacker Jack Sanborn, a Lake Zurich alumnus, had a third-quarter interception against third-string quarterback Shane Buechele. Sanborn returned it 13 yards to the Chiefs 27-yard line, and Ebner scored six plays later. Sanborn also had a fumble recovery.
  • With Reiff out, second-year offensive tackle Larry Borom started on the right side. From left to right, Braxton Jones, Cody Whitehair, Sam Mustipher, Michael Schofield and Borom were the starting line. Teven Jenkins received reps at right tackle with the second-team line. Borom also got work at left tackle later in the game.
  • The Bears started with Ebner on kickoff returns and Dazz Newsome on punt returns. But Newsome muffed a punt, and Dante Pettis got the next opportunity. Newsome recovered by catching a 13-yard touchdown pass from Siemian in the third quarter.
  • Bears kicker Cairo Santos, working with new punter/holder Trenton Gill, made field goals of 20 and 47 yards.
  • Former Bears coach Matt Nagy was on the Chiefs sideline during the game. Nagy, who is the Chiefs senior offensive assistant and quarterbacks coach, caught up with Bears players and staffers on the field before the game.
  • The field conditions, which Santos lamented earlier this week, weren’t ideal and even caught the attention of NFLPA president J.C. Tretter. He tweeted that “the NFL can and should do better.”


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Granit Xhaka says Amazon documentary All or Nothing ‘absolutely’ helped Arsenal bond with fans who now see ‘we’re human too’

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Granit Xhaka Says Amazon Documentary All Or Nothing 'Absolutely' Helped Arsenal Bond With Fans Who Now See 'We'Re Human Too'

Granit Xhaka told talkSPORT Arsenal ‘All or nothing‘ documentary series helped them develop a bond with the fans.

The Gunners recorded a perfect start to the season, beating Leicester 4-2 after a 2-0 victory at Crystal Palace.


Arsenal continued their strong start

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And Xhaka also found the game sheet

Amid the positivity, they had the potential distraction of releasing a behind-the-scenes Amazon documentary, which instead became a plus.

Showing the ups and downs of Arsenal’s 2021/22 campaign under Mikel Arteta, the series could have been a stick to beat the club, but the Emirates have turned up the volume instead.

Swiss midfielder Xhaka, who scored in the match with Gabriel Jesus and Gabriel Martinelli, said he thought the spectacle was part of Arsenal starting their season on a high.

“I think we all look very happy,” he told talkSPORT. “Not because of the results but because of the atmosphere.

“The spirit is very, very good between the players between the staff, but still it’s the second Premier League game that we have a lot to improve on and we are looking game by game and day by day and see in the future what happens .

“I don’t know if it’s also because of Amazon what we’ve been doing and seeing a lot more behind the scenes and not just on the pitch.

Xhaka Has Been A Big Part Of The Series

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Xhaka has been a big part of the series

“I think last season the atmosphere was also really good and that’s what Mikel tried to connect a lot, a lot more because it wasn’t always like that.

“We are more than happy to give something back to them because you can see the vibe, the confidence they have again and of course for Mikel too, we try to give our all for them.

“Of course the results are the most important, but sometimes we don’t get the results we want, but we try our best.”

The Emirates Seems Like A Much Happier Place


The Emirates seems like a much happier place

Arteta Came Under Intense Scrutiny During The Documentary, But Fans Love Her

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Arteta came under intense scrutiny during the documentary, but fans love her

When asked again if the documentary had been positive, Xhaka continued, “Absolutely, I believe it.

“Like I said sometimes, they only see us here, the 90 minutes doesn’t matter if we play home or away, and they give us a point ‘you’re good, you’re Wrong’.

“But that way they can see that we are human beings too, we also struggle at different times, it’s not all about winning and losing but we give it our all and sometimes you’re lucky sometimes it’s not isn’t your day and that’s what I like – understanding people too.

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Georgia love triangle leads to murder of 30-year-old woman, police say

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Georgia Love Triangle Leads To Murder Of 30-Year-Old Woman, Police Say

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A love triangle between three people in Georgia allegedly led to the murder of a 30-year-old woman, police say.

The Gwinnett County Police Department said the incident occurred Thursday when Antonetta Stevens, 27, and Janine Gonzalez, 17, allegedly lured Ashley Bocanegra, 30, to their apartment complex in Buford, in Georgia and then attacked her.

Police say Gonzalez’s brother was romantically involved with Stevens and Bocanegra, and they believe that relationship was the motive for the attack.

Bocanegra arrived at a local hospital with “serious injuries” from the attack and died hours later.


Janine González and Antonetta Stevens.
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The Gwinnett County Police Department Homicide Unit said they found Gonzalez and Stevens at the apartment complex and believe the two were involved in the attack that led to Bocanegra’s death.

Both Gonzalez and Stevens were arrested and charged with robbery, aggravated assault and murder.


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San Francisco’s historic Taiko Dojo in the Bay Area is set to close due to a rent hike

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San Francisco'S Historic Taiko Dojo In The Bay Area Is Set To Close Due To A Rent Hike

SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) — A historic Bay Area dojo may be about to close due to a rent hike.

ABC7 News was like the San Francisco Taiko Dojo.

It was founded in 1968 by Seiichi Tanaka, who was instrumental in introducing taiko drumming to the United States.

We spoke with his son about the rent increase.

“We are currently paying $2,700 per month, the rent is going to be more than double, almost triple the market rate,” said Ryuma Tanaka, general manager of Taiko Dojo. “And unfortunately at first I thought they were crazy, they were playing us, they were just trying to scare us, that big number.”

The dojo has until the end of the month to find a new location.

He asks for donations on his website to help find a new place. For more information on how to help, go here.

If you’re on the ABC7 News app, click here to watch live

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Fairfax-backed Go Digit insurance will file Ipo Drhp this week, sources say

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Fairfax-Backed Go Digit Insurance Will File Ipo Drhp This Week, Sources Say


The general insurance company is expected to raise Rs 5,000 crore through the issuance of 15% equity.

Fairfax-backed Go Digit Insurance is expected to file a draft initial public offering (IPO) red herring prospectus (DRHP) this week, sources told CNBC-TV18. The Bengaluru-based general insurance company is expected to raise Rs 5,000 crore through the issuance of 15% equity.

The Go Digit Insurance IPO will likely include both a new issue and an offer for sale (OFS).

Go Digit IPO is estimated to bring in Rs 1,250 crore through new issuance and the rest Rs 3,750 crore through OFS. Go Digit Insurance IPO value is expected to be between Rs 30,000-35,000 crore.

Go Digit General Insurance Limited by Kamesh Goyal is a general insurance backed by Canadian company Fairfax Financial Holdings Limited by Prem Watsa.

The insurance company had earlier on July 18 announced the launch of the “Pay as you Drive” (PAYD) add-on feature for Own Damage (OD) car insurance policies. Indian cricketer Virat Kohli and actor Anushka Sharma became the first insurers in the country to introduce the feature.

The feature would allow customers who drive less to pay, the company said in a press release. Anyone traveling less than 10,000 kilometers per year on average will be eligible for the reduction.


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Trump claims he had a ‘standing order’ that allowed for the taking of classified documents

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Trump Claims He Had A 'Standing Order' That Allowed For The Taking Of Classified Documents

Former President Donald Trump’s response to the federal raid on his Mar-a-Lago home this week ricocheted from conspiracy to whataboutism: First, he suggested the FBI could have planted the top-secret material he found at his South Florida residence. Then he focused on his predecessor, Barack Obama, who he said had done the same thing, only worse – a claim the National Archives was brought in to debunk on Friday.

Trump now appears to have landed on an old standby, claiming to be a victim because he supposedly did nothing wrong to begin with. He had already declassified everything brought to Mar-a-Lago, Trump argued on Truth Social, the platform he founded after being kicked out of Twitter.

On Friday evening, the Trump camp sent a statement to Fox News explaining this defense.

“As we can all realize, everyone ends up having to bring their work home from time to time. American presidents are no different,” the statement read.

He continued: “President Trump, in order to prepare for the next day’s work, often brought documents, including classified documents, to the residence. He had a standing order that documents removed from the Oval Office and taken to Residence were deemed declassified the moment he removed them.

Trump has not served as President of the United States, however, for more than 18 months, a point the statement does not appear to address.

Although presidents can declassify certain information, there is a formal process for doing so, and it’s unclear if Trump followed it.

Moreover, it seems unlikely that he had the authority to declassify some of what was potentially contained in the documents, such as information on spies and nuclear weapons. The Washington Post reported earlier in the week that there was information about the US nuclear arsenal among the materials at Mar-a-Lago. (Trump called the report a “hoax.”)

Presidents are required to turn over documents to the National Archives under the Presidential Archives Act 1978. But the National Archives would have known for months that Trump had circumvented those rules; more than a dozen boxes of documents were recovered earlier this year.

Attorney General Merrick Garland suggested this week that authorities searched Trump’s home and office because they exhausted other options to recover what appears to be highly sensitive information. On Monday, according to the unsealed search and seizure warrant, FBI agents took more than 20 boxes of material along with other items labeled top secret. Some have even been described as “miscellaneous classified/TS/SCI documents”, using the abbreviation for “compartmentalized sensitive information”. This information is supposed to be accessed in a special, secure facility called SCIF.

If Trump really had a “standing order” to declassify anything he brought home, it hasn’t been made public.

Trump allies argued that the classification status of these documents was likely nothing more than a clerical error – that is, Trump said the documents were declassified but that they have never been officially marked this way.

Conservative lawyer Jonathan Turley told Fox News Friday that the end of Trump’s term was a “very chaotic time” with the attack on the Capitol and “all the controversies.” The Trump administration may not have had time to go through the usual process, he said.

Kash Patel, a senior Pentagon official and adviser to Trump, also told Breitbart News that the listings were never updated. Patel claimed he was “there with Trump when he said, ‘We’re declassifying this information,’” Breitbart reported.

But the rules are there for a reason. A former FBI special agent, Asha Rangappa, explained how the declassification process was supposed to work in a series of tweets which has emphasized the effect it has on national security. The process, she argued, ensures federal agencies can make the right preparations.

“If someone declassifies information that impacts sources and methods, that buys time to protect them or prepare for backfire,” Rangappa said.

However, a standing order to declassify Trump would be “foolish to try to enforce,” said Bradley Moss, a national security attorney and frequent Trump critic.

“This would mean that staff officials would have to follow him to residence each time he brought these documents with him to make sure they crossed out the marks and stamped it ‘declassified’ so that other officials, when they saw it , know how to treat it as declassified,” Moss said Friday night on MSNBC.

“You can’t declassify something just for yourself. You declassify him for everything,” added Neal Katyel, who served as Acting United States Solicitor General in the Obama years, in the same segment.

Alex Wellerstein, a nuclear historian, said in a Vox interview that the classification ranks are meant to correspond to how the information would harm the nation if released. It could be very damaging if Trump had a document saying that the United States recognizes that Israel has a nuclear arsenal, Wellerstein said as an example. (The United States does not officially recognize Israeli nuclear weapons.)

Whether Mar-a-Lago’s materials were technically classified or declassified, however, might be irrelevant.

The unsealed warrant revealed that the Justice Department was investigating Trump under multiple statutes. None of them require the information to be classified, former US attorney and legal commentator Barb McQuade pointed out during a Saturday morning appearance on MSNBC.

“The ranking does not matter. Government documents relating to national defense cannot be withheld by the government upon request for return,” McQuade said in a tweet. “The obstruction charge in the warrant suggests that Trump tried to cover up what he had.”

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This article originally appeared on HuffPost and has been updated.



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