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The city needs a hero, but don’t depend on Larry David, in the first trailer for Season 9 of HBO’s Curb Your Enthusiasm.
“I think what Netflix has done so brilliantly is that they’ve expanded out their audience, so it became an unexpected place to find Marvel,” Jeph Loeb told Tracking Board of the early days of putting Daredevil and his cohorts on the streaming platform for the first time.
ABC is developing a live-action comedy series based on the classic futuristic cartoon The Jetsons, set 100 years in the future.
The CW is developing a workplace drama centered around gender discrimination from Agent Carter writer Andi Bushell.
Moonlight screenwriter Tarrell McCraney is making his TV debut on an untitled coming of age drama for OWN based on his own experiences, with Michael B. Jordan also serving as an executive producer.
Joy Nash has landed the lead role in Marti Noxon’s new AMC drama Dietland, based on the 2015 novel by Sarai Walker.
Fantastic Four star Julian McMahon is rejoining the Marvel family, signing on to Hulu series Runaways in a mysterious role.
Law & Order: SVU alum Kirk Acevedo has joined The CW’s Arrow as comic book villain Richard Dragon for Season 6.
Patrick Dempsey has booked his return to TV after leaving Grey’s Anatomy in Epix drama series The Truth About the Harry Quebert Affair.
Michael Sheen and David Tennant have been set to star in Amazon’s series adaptation of Good Omens.
Greg Berlanti, Martin Gero and Blindspot writer Alex Berger are developing political drama Republic for NBC.
Shonda Rhimes and her production company Shondaland is leaving ABC Studios after a 15-year tenure and moving over to Netflix to produce new properties.
Riverdale is looking to shake up the Archie-Veronica romance by throwing her ex-boyfriend into the mix and has cast Good Wife alum Graham Phillips to play the role.
Netflix has renewed female wrestling comedy Glow starring Alison Brie for a second season.
NBC is once again attempting to reboot The Munsters, this time as a single-cam comedy from Seth Meyers and Odd Mom Out creator Jill Kargman.
Ryan Murphy’s American Crime Story take on Hurricane Katrina has found new source material and is getting a cast overhaul. Scott Rudin has also signed on as an executive producer.
The CW’s newest superhero series has cast its Tobias Whale. Black Lightning will premiere in midseason on The CW.
“I thought all of that was really interesting to examine and look at again, particularly with the president we have and the world we live in,” Murphy said.
The women cast and crew of American Horror Story: Cult shared some plot details – reluctantly – about the upcoming installment of the Ryan Murphy horror drama.
John Landgraf discusses the futures of the network’s flagship shows during his executive panel at the Television Critics’ Association’s summer press tour Wednesday.
FX has renewed John Singleton’s cocaine drama Snowfall for a second season. The drama is currently airing its first season.
Sarah Watson tells Tracking Board how Adena came to life after a visit to the real Cosmopolitan magazine headquarters.
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.
The 24 franchise is not dead, but may take on a new look, and there’s probably more Wayward Pines on the way too.
Oprah Winfrey’s OWN has renewed its megachurch drama Greenleaf for a third season, the company announced Monday.
Jeph Loeb says “the folks at IMAX” would know the answer when asked if Inhumans ticket will cost as much as a normal movie ticket.
ABC boss Channing Dungey addressed whether he Roseanne revival will ignore the series finale and how the show will tackle modern political issues.
“It wasn’t a Korean story, it wasn’t an American story. It was just a very, very human story,” David Shore told reporters following the show’s panel Sunday.