Category Archives: 3 – TELEVISION NEWS
The streaming service confirmed our July scoop about Tim Blake Nelson playing the title character, but it didn’t mention any additional members of the sure-to-be esteemed ensemble.
Season 1, Episode 6 – Kat and Jane confront breast health from different angles and end up at an emotional conclusion; Sutton runs into what might be a snag in her love life. Everybody continues to be The Best.
FX has renewed John Singleton’s cocaine drama Snowfall for a second season. The drama is currently airing its first season.
Season 1, Episode 3 – The timeline of Manhunt: Unabomber bounces back and forth between Fitz’s investigation of the manifesto and his attempts to get Ted to make a guilty plea in prison. Both show a cat and mouse game of one man trying to outsmart the other, but with Ted clearly being a genius, how will Fitz ultimately tie the bombs and the manifesto to him?
Season 1, Episode 4 – Somewhere Between deals its biggest plot twist yet in “Fate Takes A Holiday.” With the killer briefly on the loose again, Laura discovers that there may be something even more sinister at work around her than she previously could have imagined.
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.
“I’m not saying that Confederate doesn’t have a right to exist as a TV show, because it does. I just think HBO blew a genuine opportunity to explore race relations in our country on a tougher, grittier and ultimately more dangerous scale, as the network’s current approach seems a little too easy right now,” writes John Steven Rocha.
The sitcom follows Ruth, a lifelong supporter of the legalization of weed who becomes the owner of an LA cannabis dispensary. David Javerbaum and Chuck Lorre created, write, and executive produce.
Sarah Watson tells Tracking Board how Adena came to life after a visit to the real Cosmopolitan magazine headquarters.
“The X-Men are gone,” creator Matt Nix revealed during the show’s panel Tuesday at the TCA summer press tour.
The next season of The X-Files will pick up immediately after the previous season finale and will revolve around a search for Mulder and Scully’s son William, Fox president David Madden said.
Frankie Shaw stars, directs, writes, and produces in the autobiographical comedy. The 10-episode series from Shaw will launch Sunday, Nov. 5 at 10 p.m. ET/PT.
Insecure is currently airing its second season while Ballers airs its third. Both shows have seen record viewership this year.
The 24 franchise is not dead, but may take on a new look, and there’s probably more Wayward Pines on the way too.
Tim Minear has joined the Ryan Murphy anthology series as showrunner.
This co-production between Showtime and Lionsgate Television follows a young African-American comedian, Floyd Mooney whose rising stardom forces him to cross over toward becoming “white famous”.
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.
Season 1, Episode 3 – Lem’s old friend leads a tour bus of vampires to Midnight, Texas for a bloody good time. We learn about Lem’s special relationship with Xylda and her gift to him. Creek’s father drives a wedge between her and Manfred. Bobo and Fiji team up, but it’s not the connection Fiji expected.
Season 1, Episode 5 – In this week’s episode of Hooten and the Lady, Alex is off to rescue her assistant Ella, who has been kidnapped by bandits during an expedition in Ethiopia. In exchange for Ella, the bandits force Alex to find the lost treasure of the Queen of Sheba, with Hooten in tow.
Season 2, Episode 3 – As an amnesiac Gerry slowly pieces together the circumstances of his abduction, the inevitable Jonathan Walsh-Alex Foster meeting grows closer.
A little over two years after “retiring” from The Late Show with David Letterman on CBS, the beloved talk show will return for six one-hour episodes on the streaming network, featuring longer-form interviews.
Season 1, Episode 4 – Watto learns a hard lesson about the limits of money on this week’s Loaded when his estranged mother shows up out of the blue. Casey is all in a tizzy as her own boss, who she calls The Emperor, shows up to look in on her purchase of Idyl Hands.
Season 1, Episode 6 – As Will passes the halfway point in its first season, the series is still struggling to figure out what kind of show it wants to be. The fun, summer romp? Or the overly serious melodrama?
Season 2, Episode 8 – Possibly Preacher Season 2’s first filler episode. The highlight is another glimpse of Eugene, aka “Arseface” in Hell.
On the heels of YouTube Red’s announcement to revive The Karate Kid as a new series with the original film’s stars, Neil Turitz gives a few ideas of where streaming networks should look to find their next reboot hit.
Oprah Winfrey’s OWN has renewed its megachurch drama Greenleaf for a third season, the company announced Monday.
Season 3, Episode 13 – Cooper/Dougie unwittingly uncovers a huge conspiracy on Twin Peaks, and Anthony is going to testify against the ringleaders. Evil Cooper finally gets the coordinates he needs after an unlikely arm-wrestling match, and there are a lot of men in Twin Peaks yearning for lost love.
Season 1, Episode 9 – “Ambrosia” is the perfect name for this episode of Claws. It’s something that Desna claims she will have as a salad with her Haitian boo. It is also something that is a disaster. This episode is full of them – Desna is on the brink of death; Quiet Anne has to set up the love of her life; and Dean will propose to Virginia. Ambrosia!
Season 3, Episode 3 – On this week’s Ballers, Spencer brings his Vegas football pitch to Los Angeles and Oakland and faces a roadblock. Jason clashes with Kison and Charles is upset when Siefert takes credit for something he accomplished.