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“Heathers was like my Star Wars,” creator Jason Micallef told reporters. The series premieres Wednesday, March 7 at 10 p.m. on Paramount Network.
“We wanted the show to feel like a sensory assault,” Danler, who also adapted her novel and serves as an executive producer on the show, told reporters.
“There’s more room to hear from women of color and queer people and I think people are [more] open to that, which means specials like this get to get made,” Jessica Williams said.
“We have the guys who were a part of generating that sound and produced the music for them,” said EP Anthony Hemingway.
Shonda Rhimes also clarified how her new Netflix deal will affect her relationship with ABC.
“The problem is it’s two months from now so it’s almost like getting into a hot tub or something. You can’t really know what the temperature is until you get there,” he told reporters.
“The back half of the season is definitely a war story, as far as how the war will play out, but our characters find themselves in a place where their very identities are challenged,” executive producer Aaron Harberts said.
Cumming plays a former CIA agent-turned-professor who helps the NYPD find a serial killer.
“A lot of the storylines pick up somewhat where we left them off, only 3 years later,” said series star Max Greenfield.
More Prison Break is on the way, but this may finally be the end of the line for The X-Files.
MacFarlane wanted to portray an optimistic future rather than a dystopian one, he said onstage during the show’s panel at the TCA summer press tour Tuesday.
“The X-Men are gone,” creator Matt Nix revealed during the show’s panel Tuesday at the TCA summer press tour.
Tim Minear has joined the Ryan Murphy anthology series as showrunner.
The singing competition will air in 2018 and will purport to be a more “pure” singing competition without A-list judges to distract from the singers.
“It’s like a second character to live with, like a serious roommate that is just always up in your business,” Swan said.
Lana Parilla’s Evil Queen character has a new name, Colin O’Donoghue’s Hook has a new job and more details about season seven.
ABC president Channing Dungey said the series will be “ABC’s version” of the singing competition.
ABC boss Channing Dungey said the network was not looking to “sensationalize” the scandal that shut down production.
NBC Entertainment Chairman Bob Greenblatt announced the news at the show’s TCA panel.
The present-day storyline will pick up on the Big Three’s 37th birthday, creator Dan Fogelman revealed.
The initiative is “focused on female directors and a commitment to work toward gender parity among scripted series directors across the network.”
“Representation is a very powerful thing,” star Tala Ashe said on stage while introducing her character on the DC superhero team-up drama.
Crazy Ex-Girlfriend will have a brand new theme song and opening credits courtesy of famed music video director Joseph Kahn, cast and crew announced Wednesday.
It all comes down to “relaxed grooming standards,” says Matt Barr of whether his look is true to military standards
“Supergirl,” “Arrow,” “The Flash” and “Legends of Tomorrow” will cross over in a four-part event over two nights in November.
Everything from the main character’s name to the Klingons’ new look came from Fuller’s brain, says Star Trek Discovery’s Alex Kurtzman.
The Broadway vet will reprise her “Good Wife” role in the CBS All Access drama’s second season, it was announced at the TCA summer press tour Tuesday.
CBS Entertainment President Kelly Kahl cited star Kevin James’ chemistry with his “King of Queens” costar Leah Remini as a reason for the creative overhaul.
“We love both those actors and did not want to lose them,” said CBS Entertainment President Kasey Kahl when grilled about the pay disparity that led to the exits of Daniel Dae Kim and Grace Park.