Category Archives: Attachments (TV)
Kevin Bacon is attached to star in the Tremors television series being developed by Universal Cable Productions and Jason Blum’s Blumhouse Productions. Bacon, who will also executive produce, will reprise his role from the 1990 cult classic.
Cult favorite and social media maven Felicia Day has joined the cast of Mystery Science Theater 3000. Get all the details here and vote on what B-movie you would want to see featured in the new show!
White Collar alum Matt Bomer will star in the Amazon drama series based on F. Scott Fitzgerald’s The Last Tycoon. Because the series was ordered as cast-contingent, Bomer’s casting paves the way for the series to go into production.
Zoe Kazan will replace Lisa Joyce in the titular role of Lena Dunham’s HBO pilot Max. Kazan moves into the role due to Joyce’s commitment to Issa Rae’s Insecure, which HBO has picked up to series.
Avatar 2 scribe Josh Friedman has been tapped to adapt the 2013 sci-fi action thriller Snowpiercer into a television series for Tomorrow Studios. The original film’s writer-director Bong Joon Ho will serve as an executive producer.
Jeffery Dean Morgan has been cast as the infamous villain Negan on AMC’s The Walking Dead. Morgan is expected to arrive in the sixth season finale, with his character’s role expanding in season seven.
Drew Pearce has been brought on board to pen the script for Paramount’s The Wedding Sting. The film is being adapted from a feature in The Atlantic by Jeff Maysh, with Mary Parent set to produce through her Disruption Entertainment.
The world’s grittiest detective is coming back for another go, as BBC America has announced that Idris Elba will return to his Golden Globe-winning role of John Luther once again for a one-night special.
In a competitive situation, FX has bought the dark comedy crime series Caper from Dutch Southern and Magnus Martens. The series is being described as a Southern Gothic Texas Noir.
Netflix continues to fulfill its promise to create original content that appeals to all ages and demographics with its 13 episode straight-to-series order of YA series 13 Reasons Why, executive produced by Selena Gomez.
House of Cards actor Nathan Darrow’s career is gaining steam, or should we say it’s on ice? Darrow’s been cast as a young Victor Fries, AKA Mr. Freeze on Fox’s Gotham.
Orange The New Black star Laverne Cox is set to do the Time Warp for Fox’s TV remake of The Rocky Horror Picture Show. Cox will take on the role made famous by Tim Curry, the mad scientist Dr. Frank-N-Furter.
Simon Cowell is set to return to the judge’s table, replacing Howard Stern on the America’s Got Talent panel. Cowell came to mainstream attention for his stern voice on Fox’s American Idol.
Dan Sterling, the screenwriter behind the controversial comedy The Interview, is re-teaming with Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg for a new comedy series at Fox.
Following his role on Netflix’s Daredevil, consummate character actor Vincent D’Onofrio will continue his run of powerful tyrants by taking on the Wonderful Wizard in NBC’s darkened Oz adaptation.
Comedy Central has given the green light to Detroiters, a new comedy series created by and starring Tim Robinson and Sam Richardson. The series is being executive produced by Lorne Michaels through his Broadway Video and Jason Sudeikis.
It’s a big day for Lauren Graham, with announcements that she is writing a script for Mae Whitman and is in talks to sign-on for a limited series revival of Gilmore Girls with Alexis Bledel.
Jim Carrey’s new series that explores the world of Los Angeles standup in the 1970s has three new talented cast additions for the pilot in Melissa Leo, Sebastian Stan and Clark Duke.
After years of development and multiple iterations, Y: The Last Man is going to try the small screen with FX in a promising move that leaves creator Brian K. Vaughan to tell his story his way.
Paul Reubens, better known for his loveable man-child alter ego Pee-Wee Herman, is once again heading to the streets of Gotham to take on the role of Papa Penguin.
Vine star King Bach (Andrew Bachelor) is starring in a new show on Fox from Key & Peele‘s Alex Rubens as an undercover cop in his old neighborhood.
The Call of the Stryx, one of France’s most popular graphic novels is coming to TV thanks to Element 8 Entertainment, and will be adapted by Dune‘s John Harrison.
Fox is developing a new event series with Gina Prince-Blythewood and Brian Grazer inspired by the growing number of police-shootings that have gained national attention recently. Sanaa Lathan is set to star as an investigator of the shooting.
Showtime adds Peter Sarsgaard to cult series, Twin Peaks. The series is currently filming in Washington and is set to premiere in 2017. He joins Amanda Seyfried, Balthazar Getty, and Robert Knepper, as well as original series lead Kyle MacLachlin.
Len Deighton’s alternate reality, WWII mystery novel has been ordered to limited series on BBC. Kate Bosworth is attached to play a mysterious American who is involved in a British Resistance member’s death.
The series will follow an Indian-American rapper who decides to live with his parents in Queens, and is based on the real life of Indian-American rapper Heems.
Seyfried and Getty better start learning to talk backwards in their dreams. The two have just signed on for major roles in the reboot of the hit 90s mystery show.
Hunger Games director Francis Lawrence has teamed up with TV producer Mark Gordon for two new drama projects.