Category Archives: Attachments (TV)
Former O.J. prosecutor Marcia Clark has been portrayed on television by Sarah Paulson on Ryan Murphy’s acclaimed American Crime Story but she will soon tell her own story via a new series that has received a put pilot commitment at NBC.
After being put on the backburner, the Felicity Huffman-fronted fashion series House of Moore is back in development at ABC. Set in the world of fashion, the one-hour dramedy has tapped Elizabeth Craft and Sarah Fain as executive producers and showrunners.
Sketch comedy maven Tracey Ullman is returning to HBO in a new six-episode series, Tracey Ullman’s Show, which aired on BBC One earlier this year.
Actor, dancer, singer, and former American Idol judge Jennifer Lopez is adding more to her resume with a yet-to-be-titled legal drama in development at CBS. Lopez is attached to serve as executive producer of the series from Michael Rauch.
The upcoming space comedy-drama from funny man Seth MacFarlane, set to air on Fox, has found a director. Jon Favreau will direct and executive produce the first episode and will then remain with the series as a consultant.
All the Way actor Aisha Hinds has landed the role of Harriet Tubman in season two of WGN America’s Underground. Production on the new season begins this month in Atlanta, with plans for an early 2017 premiere.
Epix’s scripted series Get Shorty has tapped Ray Romano and Chris O’Dowd to star. The series is based on the 1995 film of the same name starring John Travolta and Gene Hackman, and novel by Elmore Leonard.
Samira Wiley and Elisabeth Moss are going to be joined by English actor Joseph Fiennes in the adaptation of Margaret Atwood’s book The Handmaid’s Tale for Hulu. The online streaming service has picked up the drama from creator-writer Bruce Miller for 10 episodes.
The cast for Ryan Murphy’s upcoming anthology series, Feud has added Sarah Paulson to the all-star roster. Paulson, who frequently collaborates with Murphy, is set to play Academy Award-winning actress Geraldine Page in the FX series about the legendary battle between movie stars Joan Crawford and Bette Davis.
Star Trek actor John Cho is coming back to earth to star in a brand new series from USA Network. Connoisseur is an hourlong drama from Gary Lundy, Hand of God creator Ben Watkins, and Cho, which explores the world of con artists.
Pack your bags because Netflix taking us back to Prince Edward Island for a new adaptation of the popular book Anne of Green Gables. The streaming giant and CBC is developing the series Anne with Emmy award-winning Breaking Bad writer Moira Walley-Beckett.
Online streaming TV network Crackle is developing Guy Ritchie’s cult film Snatch into a dramatic series and it has tapped Hogwarts alum Rupert Grint to star. The Harry Potter actor will be joined by Dougray Scott and Ed Westwick.
Nick Stoller and Francesca Delbanco’s Netflix comedy Friends From College has landed a boatload of actors including the trio of Keegan-Michael Key, Cobie Smulders, and Fred Savage. Annie Parisse, Nat Faxon, and Jae Suh Park are also joining the ensemble comedy from the Neighbors director and his wife/writing partner.
Pellegrino has joined the cast of the Netflix series 13 Reasons Why. The drama, based on the novel by Jay Asher, was created by Pulitzer Prize and Tony Award winner Brian Yorkey. Pellegrino joins a cast lead by fellow Lost-alum Dylan Minnette.
Former Dexter star Jennifer Carpenter has signed on to star opposite Vince Vaughn in the indie thriller Brawl in Cell Block 99. Bone Tomahawk scribe and Hit List alum S. Craig Zahler is set to direct from his own script.
The upcoming Netflix thriller Gypsy has tapped Billy Crudup to star opposite Naomi Watts. Fifty Shades of Grey director Sam Taylor-Johnson is set to direct the first two episodes of 10 that will premiere in 2017.
Academy Award-winning actor Anna Paquin has been tapped to star opposite Sarah Gadon and Zachary Levi in Alias Grace, a Netflix and CBC miniseries inspired by the true story of murderer Grace Marks based on the novel by Margaret Atwood.
Upcoming anthology series Genius from National Geographic has tapped Oscar-winner Geoffrey Rush to portray Albert Einstein. The series hails from Fox 21 TV Studios and Imagine Television.
Showtime’s drama Billions has tapped Zoo star James Wolk for a guest-starring role in season 2. He is set to play an innovative young tech billionaire by the name of Craig Heidecker.
Less than a week after it was announced that Jay Pharoah and Taran Killam would not return to Saturday Night Live, the pair are now set to each star in a series on Showtime.
The life of drug lord Griselda Blanco is getting the cinematic treatment with HBO developing a film on the true story and Jennifer Lopez attached to star as Blanco.
Now that Daniels has conquered the world of drama, the Oscar-nominated director and super-producer Brian Grazer are set to take on comedy with a half-hour single-camera show starring comedian Ms. Pat.
Academy Award-nominated director David O. Russell is taking his talent for A-list ensemble-driven stories from the big screen to television with a new series starring marquee actors Julianne Moore and Robert De Niro.
Gael García Bernal will direct his first episode of the acclaimed Amazon series in which he stars, Mozart in the Jungle. García Bernal directs the third season finale of the series for which he took home the Golden Globe for Best Actor in a Television Comedy earlier this year.
The Lyons are about to get a visit from one of the biggest pop stars on season 3 of Empire. Fox announced at the Television Critics Association press tour on Monday that Mariah Carey will join the cast for an episode of their megahit musical drama.
Real-life married couple Megan Mullally and Nick Offerman have been tapped to guest star on Life in Pieces. To make things interesting and a bit awkward, the two will not be starring as husband and wife on the CBS family comedy, but as brother and sister.
House Of Cards and Manhattan actress Rachel Brosnahan has won the titular role in Amy Sherman-Palladino’s Amazon pilot The Marvelous Mrs. Marvel.
There are some casting changes happening for season 6 of Scandal. Glee alum Jessalyn Gilsig is replacing Joelle Carter as Jake Ballard’s (Scott Foley) wife when the show returns on ABC.
Hulu’s The Mindy Project has added two new recurring cast members for Season 5, set to premiere on the streaming service on Tuesday, October 4.
HBO has given a greenlight to comedy anthology series ROOM 104 from Jay Duplass and Mark Duplass. The project reunites the brothers with the pay cabler after having previously setting up Animals and Togetherness there.