UnReal showrunner Stacy Rukeyser talks about taking over the show, and how Hillary Clinton and the Me Too movement play a part in season three.
Caitlin Fitzgerald joins the cast of the Lifetime drama, which will premiere in February 2018.
Lifetime has renewed its Bachelor-esque BTS drama UnReal for a fourth season and new drama Mary Kills People for Season 2. Both series will return in 2018.
Stranger Things breakout star Shannon Purser is set to join Moana star Auli’i Cravalho in the NBC pilot Drama High, meanwhile It’s Always Sunny‘s Glenn Howerton is teaming up with comedian Patton Oswalt for Seth Meyers and Mike O’Brien’s untitled comedy.
Last night, the 2016 Critics’ Choice Awards handed out the top prizes to various categories in film and television, further heating up the awards race. Damien Chazelle’s musical breakout La La Land took top honors for film, while Game of Thrones and Silicon Valley nabbed the highest awards in the television race.
Lifetime’s flagship series UnReal has promoted executive producer Stacy Rukeyser to showrunner for season three. She takes over for Carol Barbee who ran the show for season two.
The Television Critics Association held their 32nd awards show this weekend, where The People V. OJ Simpson continued their awards success. They entered the event tied with Mr. Robot for the most nominations.
In the wake of Jeremy’s assault, Rachel finds out who’s willing to really protect her and who’s just looking out for themselves. Darius accompanies Beth Ann to Alabama on the hometown date challenge and disaster ensues when Beth Ann reveals an explosive secret.
Rachel and Quinn are on top of the world together, running this season of Everlasting and enjoying their lives of success and excess, until Chet comes home from a spiritual quest determined to reclaim his kingdom and an explosive three-way power struggle starts to brew.
A behind-the-scenes look at the chaos surrounding the production of a dating competition program.
The winners of the entertainment and children’s programming Peabody Awards were announced on Friday, and Netflix proved yet again that it has become a force to be reckoned with.
Patrick Warburton has signed on to voice the eponymous character in the Netflix series based on the best-selling books, while Neil Patrick Harris has closed a deal to play the villainous Count Olaf.
Tony Danza and Arielle Kebbel each book NBC pilots; Kelly Oxford and Molly McNearey head to TV Land; Andy Daly joins Anna Gunn in Chuck & Bean; and more in today’s TV casting news!
A recap of the week’s TV news!