By Patrick Munn | January 19, 2017 - 12:13 pm | No Comments
CBS All Access is establishing a firmer link between Star Trek: Discovery and The Original Series. The nascent streaming service has announced that they have tapped James Frain to play the recurring role of Sarek, the famed father of Spock. Additionally, while production on the series is on-track to begin next week in Toronto, Canada under new showrunners Gretchen J. Berg and Aaron Harberts, the release window has once again slipped.
By Patrick Munn | January 19, 2017 - 11:41 am | 5 Comments
TNT has picked up their hit drama series Major Crimes for a sixth season, TVWise has learned. Just as they did last year, the network has placed an initial order of 13 episodes for season six, with the expectation that the order will be increased at a later date, just as they have done for the previous four seasons.
By Patrick Munn | January 18, 2017 - 11:26 am | 2 Comments
Major Crimes has booked Keegan Allen for a guest role. The Pretty Little Liars star will appear in the season five finale as Aiden Reed, a handsome and successful young restaurateur with the means, money, and determination to separate Rusty from Gus.
By Patrick Munn | January 12, 2017 - 7:47 pm | No Comments
At the top of their executive panel at the Television Critics Association Winter Press Tour, FX announced that they had renewed American Horror Story for a further two seasons. Network topper John Landgraf also announced that the second seasons of American Crime Story and Atlanta have been delayed until 2018.
By Patrick Munn | January 9, 2017 - 11:42 am | No Comments
Just as they have in previous years, The CW announced a litany of renewals for their existing scripted line-up during their executive panel at the Television Critics Association Winter Press Tour. Getting the nod for next season is Arrow (season six), The Flash (season four), Crazy Ex-Girlfriend (season three), Supernatural (season thirteen!), Jane The Virgin (season four), Supergirl (season three) and DC’s Legends Of Tomorrow (season three).
By Patrick Munn | January 3, 2017 - 2:36 pm | No Comments
Less than a month after the show's second season debuted on the streaming service, Amazon Prime Video has picked up their Philip K. Dick series The Man In The High Castle for a ten episode third season. Bosch executive producer Eric Overmyer has also boarded the series and will succeed Frank Spotnitz as showrunner.