Prodigal Son star Aurora Perrineau responded via Twitter to a report Warner Bros. TV has stopped its efforts to find the series a new home.
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Warner Bros. TV Group head Channing Dungey offered an update on the possible return of Prodigal Son, saying "conversations" were ongoing.
WBTV and Universal Television are extending L.A. prod hiatus over COVID concerns- impacting Brooklyn Nine-Nine, Good Girls, You, and more.
Leave it to Tom Ellis' Lucifer to find a way to pull off a last-minute bit of magic, with reports surfacing that Netflix and Warner Bros. TV are in talks
Less than a day after EP Bill Lawrence (Scrubs) promised ABC's Whiskey Cavalier fans answers to the season finale, there's word the show might be returning.
REPORT: CW/Netflix Deal Not Being Renewed; Batwoman, Katy Keene, and Nancy Drew Being Shopped Elsewhere
In fact, shows were no longer viewed as being successful based solely on their ratings – viewing figures on the streaming service could now also determine a series' fate. But with Netflix increasing its investments in its Originals line-up and more content being removed and shifted over to newer, studio/network-owned streaming services, Deadline Hollywood is reporting[...]
"Archie-verse" mastermind Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa has reportedly signed an exclusive "massive new multi-year deal" with Warner Bros.Television.
In light of the passing of Riverdale star Luke Perry, production on the third season of the popular CW series has been shut down for the day at least.
CW is signing up for Survivors' Club, a drama series based on DC's Vertigo comic from writers Lauren Beukes, Dale Halverson, and writer/artist Ryan Kelly.
The CW is set to develop Dorian for series, a comedic take on Oscar Wilde’s The Picture Of Dorian Gray except with a female lead in this version.
Marvel's Jessica Jones creator/showrunner Melissa Rosenberg is leaping studios in a single bound, leaving Netflix and the Marvel drama for Warner Bros. TV.
CBS announced at today's Television Critics Association (TCA) summer press event that the network is in negotiations to bring back 'The Big Bang Theory.'
Ex-Fuller House showrunner Jeff Franklin took to Instagram for his first official statement following his removal by Netflix and Warner Bros. TV. Franklin was removed from the show he helped create following multiple allegations of abusive and inappropriate behavior.
As a result of numerous complaints accusing the showrunner of being verbally abusive and making inappropriate statements in both the writers' room and the show's set, Netflix and Warner Bros. TV have decided to not renew their overall production deal with Fuller House's Jeff Franklin.
Looks like Watchmen's Damon Lindelof is pretty happy with the folks over at Warner Bros. TV with news that the Lost creator would be extending his overall deal with the studio.