Kirk Acevedo

TVLine Items: Kingdom Adds Fringe Vet, Hulu Picks Up Please Like Me and More

Kirk Acevedo has found himself a new Kingdom.

The Fringe alum and 12 Monkeys star will recur during Season 3 of the AT&T Audience Network drama as a former fighter and new coach at the Navy St. MMA gym.

Kingdom returns in spring 2017.

Ready for more of today’s newsy nuggets? Well…

* Hulu has obtained the exclusive U.S. rights to Season 4 of the Australian comedy Please Like Me, which previously aired on Pivot.

* America Olivo will reprise her Chicago P.D. role as Antonio’s ex-wife, but there’s a twist: She’ll appear in Episode 12 of Chicago Fire, per The Hollywood Reporter.

* Fox’s new comedy The Mick will premiere Sunday, Jan. 1, in all time zones after the NFL doubleheader game coverage at 8 pm ET/5 pm PT. The series moves to its regular timeslot on Tuesday, Jan. 3, at 8:30/7:30c.

* History has renewed the survival series Alone ahead of its Season 3 premiere this Thursday.

* truTV has renewed Adam Ruins Everything and The Carbonaro Effect for a second and third season, respectively.

* Amazon has released a trailer for its original drama Z: The Beginning of Everything, a fictionalized bio of 1920s icon Zelda Fitzgerald (played by Christina Ricci). The show premieres Jan. 27.



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  1. Erin B says:

    So very happy about “Please Like Me.” I read yesterday that Hulu will play it in early 2017. The sooner, the better!

  2. Wez Za says:

    Great casting on kingdom always been fan of Kirk Acevedo since his Oz days