By Patrick Munn | October 10, 2015 - 9:28 am | 2 Comments
While Blindspot was the first series to swing a back nine order, Minority Report is the first series to have its order cut in lieu of a cancellation. Fox has trimmed the order for the feature film sequel by some three episodes, cutting the size of the first season (and likely series as a whole) to some 10 episodes. Fox is saying that, even with the poor ratings, all ten episodes of the series will air and it is still in contention for a renewal, but I'm told such an outcome is extremely unlikely.
By Patrick Munn | July 1, 2015 - 8:37 am | No Comments
Fox is making some tweaks to their just picked up drama series Minority Report. After initially setting Stark Sands to play both male lead characters (twin brothers Dash and Arthur) in the series, Fox has opted to split the difference, with Sands now only playing Dash, while One Big Happy star Nick Zano has joined Minority Report as a series regular and will play Arthur.
By Patrick Munn | May 8, 2015 - 9:16 pm | No Comments
Fox is continuing their recent spree of series green-lights.The network, who yesterday picked up three new comedies (The Grinder, The Guide To Surviving Life and Grandfathered) and an hour-long drama (Rosewood), has handed out series orders to three of their most high-profile drama pilots: Frankenstein, from Homeland EP Howard Gordon; the DC Comics adaptation Lucifer; and Paramount TV's Minority Report sequel.