By Patrick Munn | March 15, 2018 - 7:52 pm | No Comments
It's the end of the road for Young & Hungry. The Freeform comedy series - which airs on this side of the pond on E4 - is set to end its run with its (current) fifth season, the U.S. cable network announced on Thursday.
By Patrick Munn | October 31, 2016 - 9:26 pm | No Comments
And the title for the Good Wife spin-off is... The Good Fight. CBS just announced the title for the new series as production on the ten episode first season is getting underway in New York City for a February 2017 premiere on the network, before it moves to streaming service CBS All Access for the remainder of its run. Additionally, Justified star Erica Tazel is joining the cast as a series regular.
By Patrick Munn | October 14, 2016 - 8:43 am | No Comments
Delroy Lindo (The Chicago Code, Believe) has been tapped for a series regular role in CBS All Access untitled The Good Wife spin-off, TVWise has learned. Lindo will play Robert Boseman, an attorney who starts poaching Diane Lockhart’s associates and clients when she gets into financial trouble, and threatens her ability to stay in business. He joins Christine Baranski, Cush Jumbo, Sarah Steele and Rose Leslie in the main cast.
By Patrick Munn | October 12, 2016 - 5:51 pm | No Comments
Game Of Thrones star Rose Leslie has joined the cast of CBS All Access' untitled The Good Wife spin-off in a series regular role, TVWise has learned. Leslie, best known for playing Wildling Ygritte in the HBO fantasy series, will play Maia, Diane Lockhart’s goddaughter who joins her firm just after passing the bar, and is a key part of Diane’s plan for the future.
By Patrick Munn | September 14, 2016 - 11:28 pm | No Comments
As a result of the decision to shift Star Trek: Discovery to May 2017, CBS All Access' as-yet untitled The Good Wife spin-off, starring Christine Baranski and Cush Jumbo, will now premiere in February; with the two shows essentially swapping launch windows.
By Patrick Munn | September 14, 2016 - 10:37 pm | No Comments
At the request of Bryan Fuller and Alex Kurtzman, CBS's streaming service CBS All Access has pushed the premiere of Star Trek: Discovery from January to May 2017. In keeping with the previous roll-out plans, the series premiere will now air on the CBS network during the May sweeps, before it shifts to CBS All Access for the remainder of its 13 episode first season.