The Tracking Board’s Daily Debrief (04.20.17)

db-Broad-City-620Our 10 Favorite Stoners From the Bong Lovers of Broad City to Brad Pitt’s Pothead in True Romance

We’ll be honest, this one was tough. There’s no Jay and Silent Bob, no Annie Hall, no one from Dazed and Confused, no Woody Harrelson, or even Seth Rogen! Hell, the guys from Friday didn’t even make this list, but they sure would’ve been the Honorable Mention… if we were doing one of those.

db-clint-eastwood-bannerClint Eastwood Hops From a Plane to a Train For His Next Film The 15:17 to Paris

The film tells the true story of three Americans who thwarted a terrorist attack on a train traveling from Brussels to Paris. The heroic trio were lauded for their bravery, and their story was covered by the international press.



db-for-god-and-countryThe Runway — Your 2017 Pilot Survival Guide: NBC Dramas

As the happy home of critical and Nielsen darling This is Us, NBC marches towards the upfronts with its head held high. Clearly happy about the show’s success, Bob Greenblatt has been quite forthcoming this past year about NBC’s emphasis on positivity on all fronts, be it in the office or on screen.


More News From Around The Web

  • Michelle Monaghan is in negotiations and Alfred Molina is set to star in Saint Judy, the biopic about Los Angeles immigration attorney Judy Wood who argued a landmark case that changed the asylum laws for women coming into the U.S. (Deadline)

  • Lifetime has handed out a 10-episode order to the Greg Berlanti and Sera Gamble drama You. Put in development in January, the thriller is based on Caroline Kepnes’ best-selling novel of the same name. (The Hollywood Reporter)

  • Netflix’s pot comedy Disjointed starring Kathy Bates and co-created by Chuck Lorre has set a release date. 20 episodes will be available on the streaming giant on August 25. (Deadline)

  • TV Land has renewed its flagship Sutton Foster series Younger for a fifth season, while the comedy Teachers will be back for a third round. (The Hollywood Reporter)

  • Hulu has handed out a pilot order to the popular Joe Hill horror/fantasy comic series Locke and Key with Carlton Cuse set to serve as showrunner. (The Hollywood Reporter)

  • The Orchard has acquired all North American rights to Joachim Trier’s supernatural thriller Thelma. It marks the Norwegian auteur’s second collaboration with the indie label. (Variety)

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