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"Tirdy Works": Artist's Moose "No. 2" Artwork Squeezes Out truTV Series Order [TEASER]

Just when you think you have seen it all on television, one network sets the new bar on absurd. TruTV announced a series order for a new unscripted sitcom called Tirdy Works at the Television Critics Association (TCA) winter press meetings. Artist Mary Winchenbach creates artwork from moose droppings in the small town of Somerville, Maine […]

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"The Wheel of Time": Amazon Updates Production – "We Love What We've Seen So Far"

Fans of late author Robert Jordan's "Wheel of Time" series of novels have enjoyed the rollout of names set to star in Amazon Prime's fantasy series adaptation, beginning with Rosamund Pike's (Gone Girl, upcoming The Banker's Wife) Moiraine. Joining the actress are Madeleine Madden, Marcus Rutherford, Barney Harris, Zoë Robins, Josha Stradowski, Daniel Henney, Michael […]


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"Star Trek": Alex Kurtzman, Heather Kadin Talk TV/Film Connections, Futures

The reunification between the television and film ends of the franchise provides new opportunities for Star Trek – but Picard executive producers Alex Kurtzman and Heather Kadin are  saying, "Not so fast." At the Television Critics Association (TCA) winter meeting, Kurtzman and Kadin revealed the planning for the television end of the Star Trek universe on […]


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"Wynonna Earp" Season 4: "Something's Coming", Earpers… #EarpSoon

Fans of SYFY's Wynonna Earp thought they would be holster-deep in rumors and speculation about the fan-favorite series' fourth season at this point (having processed early on that they weren't getting a new season in 2019). Well, they definitely have – but for all the wrong reasons. Though the fourth season pick-up was announced in July 2018, […]

'Child's Play' Reboot Director Considers the "Greek Tragedy" of Chucky

"Chucky": SYFY Scares Up Straight-to-Series Order for "Child's Play" Adapt

This winter's Television Critics Association press event has been "scaring up" some interesting headlines for NBCUniversal, with the latest news coming out from the SYFY side of things. The network has given a straight-to-series order to Chucky – that's right, a television series based on the central slaughterer of the Child's Play film franchise. "The […]

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"Y": FX Series Went Through "Big Reboot" & "Seems To Be Going Well"

Nearly seven months after Animal Kingdom's Eliza Clark was named writer, executive producer, and new showrunner on FX's Y – the network's adaptation of Brian K. Vaughan and Pia Guerra's acclaimed comic book series Y: The Last Man – Chairman of FX Networks and FX Productions John Landgraf offered fans an update on the series. Speaking […]

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"Devs": Alex Garland's FX on Hulu Series Shows Nothing Ever Happens Without a Reason [OFFICIAL TRAILER]

It was during FX Networks' Television Critics Association (TCA) summer 2018 press event that CEO John Landgraf announced the cable network had upped award-winning writer/director Alex Garland's (Annihilation, Ex Machina) Devs from pilot to limited series order. Produced by FX Productions, Garland executive produces the series with DNA TV's Andrew Macdonald and Allon Reich, Eli Bush, and Scott […]

“24”: Two Spinoffs Passed, Development Ongoing

"24": Having Passed on 2 Spinoffs, FOX Still Believes There's Time Left for Franchise

Fox is continuing to explore options on how to expand its 24 franchise. The original series starring Keifer Sutherland ran for eight seasons (2001-2010). Building off the success, the network produced a miniseries called 24: Live Another Day in 2014. Trying to break away from the Jack Bauer character, 24: Legacy premiered in 2016 featuring […]


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"Mayans M.C." Season 2: The Road to Revenge Pits Brother vs. Brother [TEASER]

With Kurt Sutter and Elgin James' Sons of Anarchy spinoff Mayans M.C. set to come storming back to FX screens on September 3, the network is taking advantage of the buzz created by their presentation post-Television Critics Association (TCA) summer press event to offer fans a fresh look at the series' return. To say that […]

"The Rookie" Season 2: Afton Williamson Not Returning; Alleges Discrimination, Bullying, Sexual Harassment/Assault

"The Rookie": Afton Williamson Names Names, Updates Original Allegations Post

On the same day ABC Entertainment President Karey Burke responded to  The Rookie star Afton Williamson's allegations that she was not returning for the second season – alleging racial bullying and discrimination as well as instances of bullying, sexual harassment, and sexual assault, the actress returned to Instagram to name names. In the following post […]


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ABC Entertainment Prez: "Active Talks" to Bring Marvel Female Superhero to Series

While ABC's Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. may be set to shuffle off the network's programming coil after its upcoming seventh season, the network is looking to stay in the Marvel Television superhero business a little while longer. According to a report from Deadline Hollywood, the broadcaster is in "active talks" for a new Marvel series […]

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"Big Little Lies" Season 2: So What's Left for "The Monterey Five"? [SPOILER REVIEW]

Whoa! HBO's Big Little Lies usually delivers pretty intense episodes, but "The Bad Mother" and "I Want to Know" took viewers on one helluva roller coaster ride. After Celeste's (Nicole Kidman) character is brutally attacked in the courtroom, she turns the tables and interrogates Mary Louise (Meryl Streep) in open court. Confrontations, revelations, confessions and […]