Original series producers will return for the updated multi-camera along with original creator Diane English serving as writer and executive producer through her Bend in the Road Productions.
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The HBO limited series nabbed wins for Nicole Kidman and Alexander Skarsgaard, while Three Billboards took home Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion Picture and individual awards for Frances McDormand and Sam Rockwell.
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.
Oscar-winner Marisa Tomei is joining the sophomore season for a guest-starring role. Creator Bruce Miller confirms that Tomei will be playing a commander’s wife.
After taking home major awards at both the Emmys and Golden Globes, The Handmaid’s Tale continues to keep the buzz going today as it releases the first look video at season two along with some gorgeous photos.
“At some point we can’t just keep sitting on the sidelines and hoping to enjoy the fruits of other people’s labor or being led by other people’s greed. [Activism] is not just for the young people to do,” says executive producer Mara Brock Akil.
Don’t go betting the farm on our crystal ball, for the Hollywood Foreign Press Association can be an unpredictable bunch, as that hilarious comedy The Martian can attest.
The single camera comedy will be penned by Whitest Kids U’Know comedians Trevor Moore, Sam Brown, and Zach Cregger. The original film debuted in 1981 and starred Bill Murray, Harold Ramis, John Candy, and Sean Young.
The film is inspired by the romantic comedy What Women Want from Nancy Meyers, with Henson playing a sports agent who gains the ability to hear men’s thoughts.
Davis garnered national attention for single-handedly filibustering for 13 hours in 2013 against one of the country’s most strict anti-choice laws.
Mulligan is the second actor to sign on this week to portray the feminist activist following Julianne Moore in “My Life on the Road”.
No deal has been set but reports state that CEO Jeff Bezos is personally involved in negotiations.
The film is set to star Oscar-winner Brie Larson in the title role with Anna Boden and Ryan Fleck directing.
The project was set to be released in 2020 with “Inside Out” co-write Meg LeFauve and Nathan Greno directing.
The project is in the works at ABC and is based on the Scandinavian series from Mikko Polla and Roope Lehtinen.
The Tracking Board sits down with producer Aude Albano and actor Jessica Clark to talk all things Versailles, which debuts its second season this weekend.
The Emmy Awards happily danced through the three hours but never left a moment without touching on the larger conversations of diversity and the current White House administration.
“Tonight, we binge ourselves,” declared this year’s Emmy host Stephen Colbert. Delivering a solid start to the awards show, Colbert began the night with a pre-taped portion of song, dance, before heading into a live monologue that doubled down on the political humor that has made him the biggest name in late-night this year.
Since the box office smash debuted earlier this summer, it appeared a given that Jenkins would return to helm the follow-up with reports saying that she was already working on a script with Geoff Johns and Jon Berg.
Is it November yet? Marvel dropped a new trailer for Thor: Ragnarok in the middle of NFL’s opening night game between the New England Patriots and Kansas City Chiefs.
The series from Warner Bros. TV is set to bow in 2018 as part of a new direct-to-consumer digital service from the WB. He joins previously cast Brenton Thwaites, Anna Diop, and Teagan Croft.
The project stars Benedict Cumberbatch who is also executive producing through his SunnyMarch Productions with Canongate CEO Jamie Byng.
The company will announce a director for a project soon with production scheduled for early next year. The feature is described as in the vein of Frost/Nixon.
Also recurring on the series are Miguel Gomez, Raven Goodwin, and Mark Webber. The series is based on the Sundance Award-winning short film by Frankie Shaw, who stars in, writes, and produces the series.