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Season 2, Episode 5 – The backstory of ill-fated Jeff Trail is revealed, and the larger picture of these stories snaps into focus in an excellent episode.
The Chuck Lorre multi-cam sitcom followed Kathy Bates as Ruth, a lifelong supporter of the legalization of weed who becomes the owner of an LA cannabis dispensary.
UPDATED Every comedy and drama pilot as ordered by the broadcast networks for potential series pickup for the 2018-19 TV season will be listed here as they are announced.
Bright Futures, from writer and executive producer Hale Rothstein as well as writers and co-EPs Danny Segal & Isaac Schamis, follows a group of friends all stumbling through the transition from the clueless, immature twentysomethings they are now to the successful professionals they’re destined to be.
“By expanding to six nights, The CW is now able to give our fans even more of the series they’re so passionate about,” network president Mark Pedowitz said in a statement.
The Master of None star and The Chi creator wrote the script back in 2009, reiterating how long she’s wanted to tell a story starring a queer black woman.
Season 3, Episode 7 – Eddie’s attempt to bring Sarah back to the light on The Path hits a snag while they’re in France opening the new European Meyerist Center.
Season 1, Episode 5 – On this week’s Black Lightning, Jefferson discovers that Tobias Whale is behind green light. Anissa, meanwhile, digs up a family secret.
From Glee to American Horror Story to American Crime Story, this is one producer who knows what he’s doing… and now he’s going to do it for Netflix. Look out, world!
The show “flipped conventional storytelling on its head by showcasing some of the world’s best comedic talent as they hilariously explored the mundane lives of every day cops and criminals,” said Julie McNamara, Executive Vice President, Original Content for CBS All Access.
The new trailer for the Emmy-winning FX comedy shows Donald Glover’s character Earn, his burgeoning rap star cousin Paper Boi (Brian Tyree Henry), his on-again-off-again love interest Van (Zazie Beetz) and friends continuing to hustle and survive in their city.
Season 1, Episodes 1-6 – This Close is by no means earth-shattering, but it is a profoundly affecting and charming depiction of the lives of two deaf friends.
Season 1, Episode 4 – On this week’s The Alienist, Kreizler digs deeper into what compels our serial murderer to kill. Moore goes on a date and Roosevelt comes under fire.
Season 3, Episode 10 – A hook-up, a demon, an exorcism, a goodbye, and an unexpected return. The Legends are back ya’ll.
Agents of Shield actress Felisha Terrell and Girls Trip star Regina Hall also land recurring roles.
Season 1, Episode 15 – Star Trek: Discovery‘s season finale outshines its source material, proving that violence and narrative conflict are not synonymous.
Season 1, Episode 1 – The premiere episode of the new series from HBO and Alan Ball (Six Feet Under, True Blood) feels unfocused, but is still watchable.
Jordan Peele’s Get Out and James Ivory’s Call Me By Your Name scripts won the top film prizes while The Handmaid’s Tale continued its winning streak with two awards.
Season 4, Episode 10 – Friday’s episode of Jane the Virgin included all things sex, including Abuela getting her groove on with a sex toy. Gina Rodriguez, for the first time, directed this episode, and her vision did not disappoint.
Season 3, Episode 12 – “Trent?!” steals the show in an episode full of blackmail, hijinks, and misunderstandings that displays Crazy Ex-Girlfriend at its best.
Season 6, Episode 13 – On this week’s Arrow, the team rushes to deliver proof that Oliver didn’t kill Cayden James’ son, while keeping Dinah in check.
Season 1, Episodes 8-10 – Altered Carbon comes to an end, eventually culminating with a final showdown in the sky.
The workplace ensemble comedy centers on two guest service associates at a high-end resort and the co-workers and guests that they’re stuck with for eight to sixteen hours a day.
Original cast members Vincent Piazza, Mark-Paul Gosselaar, Saniyya Sidney and Brianne Howey still remain on board while BJ Britt, Jennifer Ferrin and Genesis Rodriguez have exited the project.