Category Archives: Attachments (TV)
TBS has given a 10-episode order to Emmy Award-winning Louis C.K.and Oscar-nominated Albert Brooks for their animated comedy series The Cops. The series follows Al (Brooks) and Lou (C.K.), two patrolmen in Los Angeles who try their best to protect and serve, but don’t always succeed.
Cary Fukunaga’s upcoming TNT series The Alienist has landed A-list actor Dakota Fanning as its star. Based on the international best-seller from Caleb Carr, Fanning will join Daniel Bruhl and Luke Evans in the drama.
Fritz Lang’s iconic 1927 film Metropolis is headed to television with Sam Esmail at the helm. The Mr. Robot creator is developing a miniseries based on the sci-fi film at Universal Cable Productions.
Academy Award-winning actor Julia Roberts has been tapped to star in the upcoming TV adaptation of the book Today Will Be Different by Maria Semple, which was published at the end of September. This will mark Roberts’ return to TV since she starred in Ryan Murphy’s adaptation of the stage play The Normal Heart on HBO.
Molly Ringwald, beloved 80s star, is coming to The CW as Archie’s mom, Mary Andrews, in the upcoming series Riverdale, which is set to premiere in January 2017.
TNT has given a series order to the nail salon dramedy Claws, which will be produced by Rashida Jones. The 10-episode series will debut in 2017 with Niecy Nash, Carrie Preston, Judy Reyes, and Harold Perrineau set to star.
Fanboy auteur J.J. Abrams is blasting off into space… again. The Star Wars: Force Awakens director is prepping on the sci-fi drama Glare at HBO. The series will explore the colonization of another planet.
Marvel’s forthcoming straight-to-series drama The Inhumans has roped in former Dexter executive producer and writer Scott Buck to serve as showrunner for the comic book series which will air on ABC.
Golden Globe-nominated actress Christina Applegate is heading back to television but this time, it will be in a more dramatic capacity. The Married… With Children alum is set to star in the upcoming Lifetime dramedy Your Time Is Up.
Actor and comedian Nick Thune will star in the ABC workplace comedy Holy Sh*t. Thune will also executive produce alongside Mila Kunis under her Orchard Farm Productions shingle.
TNT’s forthcoming straight-to-series drama The Alienist has added Daniel Bruhl and Luke Evans. Based on the Caleb Carr’s best-selling novel, the psychological thriller is set in the Gilded Age of New York City in 1896, a city of vast wealth, extreme poverty, and technological innovation.
CBS All Access’ Star Trek: Discovery has found its first crew member. Michelle Yeoh is ready to set off to the final frontier and topline the cast in the upcoming series.
Golden Globe-nominated actress Parker Posey is ready to blast off to Netflix’s reboot of the classic sci-fi series Lost in Space. She will join Toby Stephens, Taylor Russell, and Maxwell Jenkins in the series written and produced by Burk Sharpless and Matt Sazama. Neil Marshall is set to direct the pilot.
New Girl stars Damon Wayans Jr. and Jake Johnson are developing Henchman, a new single-camera comedy series at Fox that follows a man fighting to find the balance between his family and pursuing his dream of being a successful henchman.
The cast of Ryan Murphy’s upcoming anthology Feud continues to add to its all-star cast with Alison Wright. The Americans star will join Jessica Lange, Bette Davis, Alfred Molina, and Sarah Paulson for the eight-episode installment.
Back to the Future icon Christopher Lloyd is set to bring 1.21 gigawatts of comedy to the CBS’ coveted sitcom The Big Bang Theory.
The upcoming superhero team-up series The Defenders has added another character from the canon of Netflix’s Marvel characters. Elodie Yung is set to return as Elektra, joining fellow small-screen heroes Daredevil (Charlie Cox), Jessica Jones (Krysten Ritter), Luke Cage (Mike Colter), and Iron Fist (Finn Jones).
Production for the second season of the Netflix hit Stranger Things has started and there are new faces joining the cast. Sean Astin, Paul Reiser, and Danish actress Linnea Berthelsen are the latest to sign on to venture into the Upside Down.
The CW’s Arrow has cast Lexa Doig in a recurring role as Talia al Ghul. The role has been mentioned and seen briefly in the DC-CW universe in the past, building excitement for comic book fans that the character would eventually have an arc on the series.
Get your Eggos ready because Eleven is officially coming back for the second season of Stranger Things. Actress Millie Bobby Brown is set to reprise her role as the fan favorite from Netflix’s throwback Spielbergian sci-fi series.
The upcoming limited series about Lou Pearlman, depicting the life and downfall of the infamous music mogul, has found its titular Pearlman: British actor Toby Jones. Pearlman was best known for creating and managing boy bands such as the Backstreet Boys and NSYNC.
Netflix’s upcoming Marvel superhero ensemble series The Defenders has tapped S.J. Clarkson to direct the first two episodes. She is also set to executive produce the first eight episodes. Clarkson is no stranger to the Marvel universe as she directed the first two episodes of Jessica Jones.
NBC will continue their foray into live musicals with the Broadway classic Bye Bye Birdie. The live rendition will star Jennifer Lopez and is set to air during the holiday season of next year.
The beloved Detective Kate Beckett is returning to television — well, at least her actor is. Castle star Stana Katic is in talks to star in the upcoming AXN straight-to-series drama Absentia.
The cast of the upcoming Netflix series The Punisher has added The Knick star Michael Nathanson to its growing cast. Jon Bernthal stars as the titular vigilante which became an instant fan favorite after he first appeared in the second season of Marvel’s Daredevil.
The highly popular science-fiction anthology Netflix series Black Mirror has tapped Oscar-winning actor Jodie Foster to helm an episode of their upcoming fourth season. Rosemarie DeWitt is slated to star in the episode.
Great Scott! Back to the Future icon Christopher Lloyd is looking to get back into the time traveling game with SyFy’s 12 Monkeys. The Emmy Award-winning actor has signed on as a guest star for the third season of the series.
Royal Pains star Mark Feuerstein has RSVP’d for Wet Hot American County: Ten Years Later, the Netflix sequel series to the cult comedy Wet Hot American Summer. The first limited series, First Day of Camp, was a prequel to the original film.
Summer hit Stranger Things from Netflix is gearing up for season two as they add Sadie Sink and Dacre Montgomery to the cast. They are also promoting Joe Keery and Noah Schnapp to series regulars from recurring. The show stars Wynona Ryder, Finn Wolfhard, Gaten Matarazzo, Caleb McLaughlin, and breakout star Millie Bobby Brown.