The untitled drama project was written by Chaiken and Melissa Scrivner Love, and follows FBI Special Agent Hazel Otis (Holmes), who is in the midst of investigating a domestic terrorism threat when a personal indiscretion – an affair with a prominent general – shatters her life and threatens her career.
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The Suicide Squad star will lead the new detective drama reboot, which is at the pilot stage.
A jaded biomedical researcher, the new Liz reluctantly returns to her hometown of Roswell, New Mexico, where she is haunted by a tragic incident. Faced with the unexplainable, she’s determined to learn the truth.
Stowe will play the role of Margot, an actress who carefully controls how she presents herself to the world, but is secretly exhausted by having to do it.
The West Wing alum will play the role of Commander Joseph Lawrence, the architect of Gilead’s economy, described as gruff and intimidating, with a disheveled mad genius vibe.
The collaboration makes sense as Mackenzie and Plec are close and the writer rose up through the ranks of The Vampire Diaries and then spinoff series The Originals.
“I have great respect and admiration for Van Barnes and Trace Lysette, whose courage in speaking out about their experience on Transparent is an example of the leadership this moment in our culture requires,” Jill Soloway said in a statement.
The Chuck Lorre multi-cam sitcom followed Kathy Bates as Ruth, a lifelong supporter of the legalization of weed who becomes the owner of an LA cannabis dispensary.
Bright Futures, from writer and executive producer Hale Rothstein as well as writers and co-EPs Danny Segal & Isaac Schamis, follows a group of friends all stumbling through the transition from the clueless, immature twentysomethings they are now to the successful professionals they’re destined to be.
The Lily Tomlin-Jane Fonda sitcom has booked RuPaul for a guest star role as Benjamin Le Day, described as a formidable and quick-witted adversary who faces off with Grace and Frankie.
“By expanding to six nights, The CW is now able to give our fans even more of the series they’re so passionate about,” network president Mark Pedowitz said in a statement.
The Master of None star and The Chi creator wrote the script back in 2009, reiterating how long she’s wanted to tell a story starring a queer black woman.
The show “flipped conventional storytelling on its head by showcasing some of the world’s best comedic talent as they hilariously explored the mundane lives of every day cops and criminals,” said Julie McNamara, Executive Vice President, Original Content for CBS All Access.
The new trailer for the Emmy-winning FX comedy shows Donald Glover’s character Earn, his burgeoning rap star cousin Paper Boi (Brian Tyree Henry), his on-again-off-again love interest Van (Zazie Beetz) and friends continuing to hustle and survive in their city.
Simone will play the role of Meera Patel, the Indian-American woman who loves loves tequila and karaoke and has spent her life searching and failing to find her thing. Then some aliens entrust her with ta super suit protect the planet, and the world has never been in more unreliable hands.
Fresh off her Oscar nomination for Mudbound, the actress is joining Ellen Page, Tom Hopper, Emmy Raver-Lampman, David Castañeda, Robert Sheehan and Aidan Gallagher in the comic book adaptation.
The company focused on female executives to take over Price’s role and Salke emerged as a frontrunner, along with A+E Networks president and CEO Nancy Dubuc and Fox TV boss Dana Walden.
The workplace ensemble comedy centers on two guest service associates at a high-end resort and the co-workers and guests that they’re stuck with for eight to sixteen hours a day.
Original cast members Vincent Piazza, Mark-Paul Gosselaar, Saniyya Sidney and Brianne Howey still remain on board while BJ Britt, Jennifer Ferrin and Genesis Rodriguez have exited the project.
The series will be written and executive produced by The Big Sick co-writers Kumail Nanjiani and Emily V. Gordon and SMILF writer/producer Lee Eisenberg, who will also serve as showrunner. Master of None co-creator Alan Yang will also serve as an EP.
From Th Path creator Jessica Goldberg, the story is described as a Hitchcockian thriller about how far one man will go to save the people he loves.
The eight-episode limited series, the creators’ first follow-up since the end of Girls, will begin production in the spring.
Phoenix is in talks to play the Joker in an origin story of the iconic Batman villain. Phillips will direct as well as co-write the film with Scott Silver.
This isn’t the first project Fuller has left in recent months. After stepping down from CBS All Access’ Star Trek: Discovery before it premiered, Fuller and co-showrunner Michael Green also left Starz’s American Gods after the first season.
The other roles on the straight-to-series version of the project had Whitney Cummings and Regina Hall attached, though it’s unclear if that will still be the case going forward.
“Jeff is an extremely creative and highly skilled communications executive with an impeccable track record of sustained excellence,” said Lisa Gregorian, President and Chief Marketing Officer, Warner Bros. Television Group, in a statement.
The streaming service will launch in “late 2019,” according to Disney CEO Bob Iger. Game of Thrones creators David Benioff and D.B. Weiss will not be behind any of the Star Wars shows.
“Game of Thrones” Creators David Benioff and D.B. Weiss to Write, Produce New Series of “Star Wars” Films
These new films will be separate from both the episodic Skywalker saga and the recently-announced trilogy being developed by Rian Johnson, writer-director of Star Wars: The Last Jedi.
“When we first heard Adam and Eddy’s pitch for Once Upon a Time, we knew it was something incredibly special,” said ABC Entertainment president Channing Dungey in a statement.
Bless This Mess marks Meriwether’s third pilot this season, practically ensuring she will be busy despite wrapping up the seventh and final season of New Girl, which will premiere with eight episodes starting in April.