The project is described as a character-driven medical drama that revolves around the new director of Bellevue Hospital (played by Eggold), whose maverick approach disrupts the status quo while always prioritizing patient care.
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The show, based on a Spanish telenovela, is described as a soapy drama set against the backdrop of a Miami Beach hotel, centering around the family who owns the business, the staff who run it, and the explosive secrets they hide under the perfect exterior.
Thurman-Hawke will play a new “alternative girl” in Hawkins, while Ferguson will reprise her role as the scene-stealing Erica.
The project, based on Celeste Ng’s bestselling novel, is being shopped to premium cable and streaming platforms.
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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 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 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.
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 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.
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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.
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.
Colony co-creator Ryan Condal is teaming up with Game of Thrones director Miguel Sapochnik to develop a new adaptation of the books by Robert E. Howard.
This is the second time Lifetime has chronicled the romance of one of Britain’s princes. In 2011, it mounted William & Kate: The Movie, following the courtship of Prince William (Nico Evers-Swindell) and Kate Middleton (Camilla Luddington).
Brash, empowered, and outspoken, Rosalind Walker (Sinclair) is the daughter of Greendale’s minister and Sabrina’s (Shipka) best friend at Baxter High.
CBS will have dibs on the actor’s time should God Friended Me goes to series, even if The Mayor gets a second chance at life on a different network.
The network has also picked up Marine lawyer drama The Code and Main Justice, based on the life and works of former attorney general Eric Holder.
The show, based on a Spanish telenovela, is described as a soapy drama set against the backdrop of a Miami Beach hotel. ABC has also picked up a new comedy pilot.
The novel was first adapted into a feature film in 2007, co-written and directed by Ben Affleck and starring Casey Affleck and Michelle Monaghan as the leads.
The newest Shondaland drama will have a two-hour premiere on Thursday, March 22 at 8 p.m. ET on ABC, before moving to its regular 9 p.m. ET timeslot, right between Grey’s and the final season of Scandal.
“We’re three seasons all in,” Harris told TV Guide. “We’ve intentionally been very truthful and factual and loyal to the books.”
Abrams will write and executive produce the series, which HBO will only describe as “an epic and intimate sci fi fantasy drama.”
The series, which will premiere in 2019, is set in 1880s New York and follows a wide-eyed young scion of a conservative family.