The Tracking Board’s Daily Debrief (09.18.17)


exerptTracking Board Presents: Your Ultimate Fall TV Viewing Schedule

The Emmys are over and fall premiere season is upon us. This time of year can become overwhelming, so to help you choose what to watch, The Tracking Board presents our ultimate schedule, guiding you through your nightly viewing habits.

David Gordon Green’s “Stronger” Takes on a Personal True Story with Jake Gyllenhaal

The acclaimed indie filmmaker talks about the inspirational true story of Boston Marathon victim Jeff Bauman, directing Danny McBride’s Vice Principals and remaking Halloween.

donald gloverEmmy Awards Review: Stephen Colbert Brings Humor and Inclusivity

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.

More News From Around the Web

  • Paramount has tapped Zak Olkewicz to adapt Wesley Chu’s Time Salvager. Michael Bay is attached to direct with Lorenzo di Bonaventura and Mark Vahradian producing. (Deadline)

  • Syfy’s reboot of Tremors has booked Emily Tremaine, Megan Ketch, and Shiloh Fernandez to star. The reboot brings back Kevin Back in his role from the 1990 cult classic film of the same name. (Deadline)

  • Judi Dench is circling a role in Kenneth Branagh’s adaptation of Artemis Fowl for Disney. The project is based on the children’s book penned by Eoin Colfer. (Variety)

  • Suits alum Erik Palladino has boarded History’s breakout scripted series Six in a recurring role. The drama centers around members of Navy SEAL Team Six and was created by father and son duo William and David Broyles. (Deadline)

  • Teyana Taylor, Blair Underwood, French Montana, Wiz Khalifa, and Kyle Harvey are set to headline the Netflix film The After Party. The feature hails from Def Pictures, WorldStar Hip Hop, Hunting Lane Films, and Live Nation Productions. (Deadline)


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