With the series expected to make an impression at this year's Emmy Awards, the pseudo-sequel/remix of The-Writer-Who-Must-Not-Be-Named, David Gibbons, and John Higgins' comic book classic was the clear winner of this year's Television Critics Association (TCA) Awards Actress Regina King would be recognized for her work as Angela Abar aka Sister Night with a win for[...]
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During the Better Call Saul panel at the Television Critics Association (TCA) winter meetings, Esposito talked about the future of the character heading to next season: "[My role] is growing Yes, I do I most certainly do." Lucasfilm Esposito on Joining "Star Wars" Universe Esposito provided scant details about The Mandalorian's second season The 61-year old actor talked[...]
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 – where she lives The cable network describes the series as an off-kilter look at entrepreneurship, parenthood, and life[...]
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[...]
"Star Trek: Picard": Apolitical But "Does Its Bit to Heal Social Ills; Will More "Star Trek" Alum Appear?
All Rights Reserved. Defining "Star Trek" in 2020 At the Television Critics Association (TCA) winter press event, the cast and crew of Star Trek: Picard (set to premiere on the streaming service next week) discussed how much of the series' "galaxy" will come from some familiar areas. "Our world is pretty fractured The marginalization of others, not being[...]
Bungie Taking their turn in the spotlight during this year's Television Critics Association (TCA) summer press event, Showtime used the occasion to confirm that Master Chief will in fact be the main character in the cable giant's 10-episode scripted drama series based on Microsoft's Halo video game franchise. Showtime President of Programming Gary Levine confirmed the news to IGN[...]
CBS All Access If you thought CBS All Access' turn at the Television Critics Association's (TCA) summer press event was only about Star Trek, fairy tales, Murphy Brown, and The Big Bang Theory, then you almost missed out on your first look at what could be the surprise hit of the session: mystery-drama series One Dollar[...]
Now comes word out of today's Television Critics Association (TCA) summer press event that the network is in negotiations with series producer Warner Bros. TV to bring back the series. When asked about the possibility of the series' return, CBS Entertainment President Kelly Kahl responded: "We don't believe it's the final season We are in preliminary discussions to[...]
FX CEO John Landgraf on 'Deadpool' Animated Series: Marvel "Didn't Want to Do the Show That Donald and Stephen [Glover] Wrote"
Serving as an adaptation of the hit Marvel character, the project received a 10-episode straight-to-series order last May and was expected to premiere on FX Networks' FXX this year. At this summer's Television Critics Association (TCA) press event, FX CEO John Landgraf had the opportunity to address the matter in detail during an interview with Variety –[...]
'It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia' Cast Discuss Mac Coming Out, "Massive" Support from LGBTQ Viewers
Leave it to FXX's It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia to take something as simple as the format of a Television Critics Association (TCA) summer press event and give it that "special" Paddy's Pub touch Taking the stage on Friday, Sunny cast members Charlie Day, Danny DeVito, Rob McElhenney, and Kaitlin Olson addressed the "massive" outbreak[...]
Looks like American Horror Story fans can pencil themselves in for another round of frights for Fall 2020 (tentatively), with FX using the occasion of their Television Critics Association (TCA) summer press event to announce that Ryan Murphy/Brad Falchuk's horror anthology series has been renewed for a 10th season. In an exclusive interview with Deadline Hollywood, FX[...]
'It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia' Season 13: Glenn Howerton Confirmed for "Pretty Much Every Episode"
After nearly four decades since NBC's award-winning miniseries event, FX is ordering a 10-episode limited series adaptation of James Clavell's novel Shogun.
As part of a series of announcements stemming from the cable network as part of their Television Critics Association's (TCA) summer press tour event, FX Networks and FX Productions CEO John Landgraf announced that comedian/actor/author Chris Rock (Top Five) will headline Noah Hawley's Emmy award-winning series as head of a crime family in 1950's Kansas City, Missouri. Here's a look an[...]
Credit: Fox With Fox taking its turn at this summer Television Critics Association's (TCA) summer press tour, we're getting a first-look trailer for the second season of Ryan Murphy, Brad Falchuk, and Tim Minear's emergency drama series 9-1-1 In the video below, fans get their first look at new series lead Jennifer Love Hewitt's (The Client List) emergency[...]