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By Michael A. CohenThe Wall Street JournalBEST TV PROGRAMMER SERIES ON DIRECTED BY A MEMBER OF THE WATCHMEN MOVIES WATCHMEN, which was directed by David Ayer and stars Ryan Reynolds, Emma Watson and Charlize Theron, has been renewed for a second season.

The series, based on the graphic novel by J.K. Rowling and published in 2016 by Random House, is about a man who discovers a dark secret about his mother’s death that leads him to join the Watchmen, an organization dedicated to protecting the world from evil.

According to Variety, the series’ new season will premiere on AMC on March 4.

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While the series is in production, Ayer has expressed interest in directing a series based on Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2.

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WATCHMEN is an American crime series produced by Warner Bros. Television, based in New York.

Watchmen creator David Acker is a writer-director-star.

Ayer also created the HBO series The Killing, which has been adapted for the big screen by Oscar-nominated director Sam Raimi.

WatchMEN is set in the alternate history of the 1930s, where the Watchman organization has grown into a formidable organization that fights against supernatural forces and evil.

Aker is best known for directing the acclaimed documentary Black Swan, which chronicles the 2010 global economic collapse and the subsequent global financial crisis.

WatchMen was first published in 1984 by Marvel Comics and is the first comic book series to be produced by Marvel.

It is produced by 20th Century Fox Television and Warner Bros., with Ayer, Moore, David Fincher and Simon Kinberg producing.