Category Archives: Attachments (TV)
All of your TV attachments in front of and behind the camera.
In the first clip released from Season 2 of This Is Us, Randall asks Rebecca for advice about adoption and a “complicated” truth about his own adoption is revealed.
The popular genre filmmaker first broke onto the scene with the independent sci-fi horror film twenty years ago. He’s been directing a lot of television in recent years including Hannibal, The Strain and Westworld but this will be the first pilot he directs.
Filming for Maniac recently began in New York. The dark comedy will consist of 10 episodes for Netflix.
Norman Lear and Peter Tolan’s Guess Who Died has been given a pilot production commitment at NBC.
The rapper-turned-actor is on a roll, having just been cast in the YA movie The Hate U Give following appearances in John Wick: Chapter 2 and Girls Trip.
The first part of Deborah Harkness’ historical fantasy novel series has sold 3.5 million copies worldwide, telling the story of an Oxford scholar descended rom Salem witches who falls in love with a 1,500 year-old vampire.
Justin Theroux has been set to guest star in Netflix’s new comedy series Maniac starring Emma Stone and Jonah Hill.
The show follows a hopeful young doctor who serves under an experienced, brilliant resident who shows the good and evil in modern day medicine. Atias will play Renata Thorpe, a strong, elegant businesswoman who serves as the hospitals CEO.
Adam Goldberg is an entertainment veteran with near 100 credits to his name. Starring in films such as Saving Private Ryan, A Beautiful Mind, and Fargo‘s first season. The television series serves as a prequel to the action franchise of the same name that starred Liam Neeson.
Also recurring on the series are Miguel Gomez, Raven Goodwin, and Mark Webber. The series is based on the Sundance Award-winning short film by Frankie Shaw, who stars in, writes, and produces the series.
The prolific television producer is already arranging his second Netflix series, following Disjointed with Kathy Bates, which premieres on the network August 25. The show would be Douglas’ first major television series since 1972 and Arkin’s since 2002. It would also be the first time the star of 1979’s The In-Laws and the star of its 2003 remake appeared on-screen together.
The series revolves around a man (Karpovsky) who sets out to kill a bear that ate his girlfriend alive in front of him.Blue Mountain States’ Chris Romano is showrunning the project at the Viacom cable network.
The series is based on the bestselling book by Michael Hassan, centers on Steven “Crash” who saved hundreds of lives when he stopped his classmate commiting a school shooting.
Eckhart joins previously cast Christina Hendricks, John Slattery, Jack Huston, Amanda Peet, and Mathe Keller. The series is made up of eight, stand alone episodes directed by Weiner.
Maya Rudolph is the first cast member to sign on for Fox’s live musical adaptation of A Christmas Story, the network announced Tuesday.
The Mad Men alum are joining their former showrunner’s new anthology series, which has also added Isabelle Huppert, Jack Huston, Amanda Peet and Marthe Keller to the cast.
Yellowstone follows the Dutton family, led by Kevin Costner as John Dutton, who owns the largest ranch in the United States.
Emmy nominated actor David Morse has joined Benicio Del Toro in Showtime’s upcoming limited series Escape at Dannemora. The project also stars Patricia Arquette and Paul Dano.
Get Out star Allison Williams has booked a guest starring role in Showtime’s Patrick Melrose starring Benedict Cumberbatch. The project is based on the semi-autobiographical novels by Edward St. Aubyn.
Homeland’s Shaun Toub and Suicide Squad’s Jay Hernandez are set to recur on the seventh season of ABC’s Scandal .No character or storyline details were announced.. This will be the final season for the widely popular series.
Power star JR Ramirez is joining Marvel Netflix series Jessica Jones as a new recurring cast member in Season 2.
Nia Long has joined the cast of NCIS: Los Angeles as a series regular for its ninth season, in a role specifically written for the actress.
AMC has set its development slate for 2018 and beyond, with eight new projects, including a new sci-fi drama from Arrival author and screenwriter Ted Chiang and Eric Heisserer.
Twilight author Stephenie Meyer is serving as executive producer on new supernatural thriller The Rook, which has been picked up to series by Starz.
Stephen Colbert is executive producing a new untitled animated series about the Donald Trump White House. The series will premiere in the fall on Showtime and consist of 10 episodes.
Wonder Woman director Patty Jenkins and the film’s male lead Chris Pine are reuniting for the six-episode limited drama One Day She’ll Darken. TNT announced at their TCA panel they had given the project a straight-to-series order, with Jenkins attached to direct the pilot and Pine set to star in all six installments.
Showtime has picked up a Boston-set crime drama from executive producers Ben Affleck and Matt Damon.
Jared Harris has been set to star in new HBO miniseries Chernobyl, which chronicles the famous disaster. The five-part drama was written by Craig Mazin.
Girlboss alum Britt Robertson has signed on to star in ABC’s newest Shondaland drama For the People, replacing Britne Oldford in a pilot recasting.
Rosewood star Jaina Lee Ortiz is the first person cast on Shondaland’s Grey’s Anatomy spinoff series about firefighters. The show is set to premiere in midseason.