Category Archives: 3 – TELEVISION NEWS
The annual awards from the Producers Guild of America (PGA) help to define the upcoming Oscars with Disney-Pixar’s Coco and Brett Morgen’s Jane continuing to win in the animated and documentary categories.
Lee Daniels continues to grow his relationship with the Fox network as the comedy Our People has landed a pilot order. Daniels already has Empire and Star, and last summer it was announced he’s developing the drama Mason Dixon with Julian Breece at the network.
Sarah Baker, Emily Osment and others have signed on to round out the cast of the Hollywood-set comedy.
Season 1, Episode 11 – Though not a stand-out episode, this week’s S.W.A.T. will keep viewers invested in the characters and appreciative of the action sequences
Season 3, Episode 10 – The store faces the potential of upgrading to a “Quad A” high volume store, but not if Amy has anything to do with it.
Season 9, Episode 10 – Will’s ex is getting married, Jack has a new lover, and Karen is a part of a crazy scavenger hunt.
Season 6, Episode 10 – On this week’s Arrow, Oliver discovers Cayden James’s many allies, while struggling to protect a port without Dinah, Wild Dog, and Curtis.
Season 2, Episode 12 – Carol tries her hand at TV journalism while Chuck copes with suspension and Katie tries to get Greg to make a decision.
Season 1, Episode 10 – Creely and Sheriff Berryman join forces to save Seth and Amelia on Damnation, but find themselves in a war they may not win.
Season 1, Episode 12 – The team goes on a mission to retrieve a hijacked drone, but Clay gets trapped and injured in the process. Everybody’s personal life is a disaster, but what else is new.
Season 2, Episode 10 – Packed to the brim with humor and suspense, this critical turn in the series has a surprisingly heartwrenching conclusion that leaves us again with a host of possibilities.
Season 2, Episode 13 – A more somber episode than normal delves into deeper themes on JJ’s independence, and the result may not be as laugh-out-loud funny, but it’s a necessary deviation.
Grown-ish has been renewed for a second season on Freeform.
The network also set a March 29 premiere date for new mermaid drama Siren and April 4 for Season 2 of Bella Thorne drama Famous in Love.
The series is set in present day and features a new trio of popular-yet-evil Heathers except this time the outcasts are the new queen bees of high school. Heathers premieres on Paramount network on March 7 at 10 p.m.
The series will follow a small group of investigators who work to discover the corruption in a massive scheme.
The new take on the sibling drama hails from original creators Chris Keyser and Amy Lippman and Sony Pictures TV, and this time the Salingers become the Mexican-American Buendias.
Season 11, Episode 3 – “Plus One” is an adequate case-of-the-week that plays to classic X-Files structure and old relationship dynamics.
Season 5, Episode 13 – Beverly and Geoff worry about college changing Erica while Adam tries to convince Murray that he’s funny.
Season 1, Episode 10 – Fallon plans her birthday party while Cristal has to figure out how to save Carrington Atlantic and herself from black mail and a bad business deal. Jeff Colby is literally the worst person on television, and more.
Season 1, Episode 6 – Hailey hatches an escape plan when Smoothie tells her Sax is dead while Mikey returns from death and Happy! finds a support group for fading Imaginary Friends.
Season 2, Episode 10 – Betty locates her long-lost brother while Southsiders join Riverdale High and Archie investigates the Lodges.
Season 2, Episode 1 – The premiere episode lays solid groundwork but feels like the story has yet to really take off.
The supernatural cop drama from Flightplan writer Peter Dowling follows LAPD officer Steven “Coop” Cooper, who must relive his past life as he hunts down a mass murderer.
“Life would be just a wee bit better if these shows found a home at a streaming service that isn’t too enamored with the future of content to forget about the classics of the past,” writes Neil Turitz.
Endeavor Content has purchased the rights to Wolff’s book and will shop it to studios and networks.
Apple has picked up its first scripted comedy series featuring yet another A-list package, with Kristen Wiig set to star and Reese Witherspoon executive producing.