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The Netflix mockumentary follows the aftermath of faculty cars being vandalized with over-sized penis drawings. One man will try to prove his innocence through candid interviews and analyzing body hairs.
Season 1, Episode 1 – Cora, an all-around sweet and family-centric soccer mom type, spontaneously stabs a stranger at the beach to death.
The initiative is “focused on female directors and a commitment to work toward gender parity among scripted series directors across the network.”
Timeless was canceled and then renewed by NBC, but executives Robert Greenblatt and Jennifer Salke say a loud fan response was not the reason they reversed course on the sci-fi drama.
Season 1, Episode 5 – We need to talk about how annoyed I am with Snowfall. It’s due to all the cliched-ness. Of course, Franklin wants to return to the drug game. Duh. What did we expect him to do? And of course, Alejandro wakes up out of a coma to fly from Nicaragua to LA. Ugh.
The popular crime series returns for its third season on September 1 with a new narcos cartel for the DEA to try to take down, this one featuring four godfathers, played by Damian Alcazar, Francisco Denis, Alberto Ammann and Pepe Rapazote. Pedro Pascal returns as DEA agent Javier Peña.
Arrow EP Marc Guggeinheim says they know exactly how the show will end, but they already have an idea for Season 7.
Greg Berlanti and the cast and crew of his first big hit Everwood discussed whether a reunion or reboot could happen.
“Representation is a very powerful thing,” star Tala Ashe said on stage while introducing her character on the DC superhero team-up drama.
The series hails from Vin Diesel’s One Race Television and Chris Morgan Productions. Morgan and Diesel previously worked together on the film franchise Fast and Furious.
Crazy Ex-Girlfriend will have a brand new theme song and opening credits courtesy of famed music video director Joseph Kahn, cast and crew announced Wednesday.
It all comes down to “relaxed grooming standards,” says Matt Barr of whether his look is true to military standards
The project hails from Kapital Entertainment’s Aaron Kaplan and Dana Honor, and is penned by Shawn Wines. This marks Honor’s eighth pilot order for Kapital since joining the company a year ago.
“Supergirl,” “Arrow,” “The Flash” and “Legends of Tomorrow” will cross over in a four-part event over two nights in November.
Dynasty producers teased that Alexis Colby would show up on The CW’s reboot at some point, perhaps even this season.
Season 1, Episode 5 – Jane struggles with a legal battle at work, questioning her sense of female empowerment. Sutton seeks a raise in her new position. Kat finally gets together with Adena, only to find it’s more complicated than she hoped.
Season 1, Episodes 1-2 – Discovery Channel’s new show Manhunt: Unabomber is an intriguing look at the men and women tasked to catch the notorious mail bomb killer. The series focuses on new profiler James Fitzgerald, the techniques he uses to finally catch Ted Kaczynski, and how the investigation affects Fitzgerald’s own life.
Season 1, Episodes 4-6 – The middle episodes of The Last Tycoon are uneven, but contain a number of affecting small moments that make the show work despite its flaws.
Season 1, Episode 3 – Somewhere Between brings more twists and turns in “The Hunter and the Hunted.” With the killer identified, caught, and lost again, Laura grows more desperate to save her daughter.
Star Trek: Discovery executive producer Alex Kurtzman opened the show’s panel at the Television Critics’ Association’s summer press tour by addressing why the CBS All Access drama series had been delayed so long.
Everything from the main character’s name to the Klingons’ new look came from Fuller’s brain, says Star Trek Discovery’s Alex Kurtzman.
CBS All Access has picked up three new original series, including Will Ferrell’s No Activity and thrillers Strange Angel and $1.
The Broadway vet will reprise her “Good Wife” role in the CBS All Access drama’s second season, it was announced at the TCA summer press tour Tuesday.
CBS Entertainment President Kelly Kahl cited star Kevin James’ chemistry with his “King of Queens” costar Leah Remini as a reason for the creative overhaul.
As has become annual tradition at the Television Critics Association’s press tour, CBS executives faced down a room full of stern-faced journalists who had plenty of questions about the network’s lack of diversity.
“We love both those actors and did not want to lose them,” said CBS Entertainment President Kasey Kahl when grilled about the pay disparity that led to the exits of Daniel Dae Kim and Grace Park.
Season 3, Episode 13 – Casual‘s season finale is here and it’s not very good. Compared to other season finales of this show, this one falters, leaving a lot on the table and throwing a bunch more on that doesn’t really make much sense. The lack of character growth, resolving issues built throughout the course of the season and the overall tone make this episode feel more like a pilot than a season finale.