Showtime Eyeing Stephen Colbert-Led, 'Unfettered' Live Election Night Special
Don’t pencil in anything for your upcoming night off, Stephen Colbert: Showtime’s got plans for you.
The premium network is in the process of pulling together an Election Day special, emceed by the Late Show host, to air as the votes are tallied. READ MORE
Ray Donovan Renewed for Season 5
Ray is gonna stay a while longer. READ MORE
Is Supergirl's Winn About to Come Out?
One of the biggest reveals from The CW’s superhero-themed Television Critics Association panel Thursday was also its cagiest: A “significant” character on either Arrow, Supergirl, Legends of Tomorrow or The Flash will come out.
So… who might it be? READ MORE
Make It or Break It Cast Reunites, Reflects on Series' Top Relationships
Four years after
Freeform’s ABC Family’s gymnastics drama Make It or Break It landed its final dismount, the cast reunited for a Facebook live chat with fans. READ MORE
Colbert Announces Live Late Shows Following Presidential Debates
Donald Trump really can’t back out of those debates now.
The Late Show with Stephen Colbert — which saw its ratings spike with its spate of live shows following the Republican and Democratic conventions — will go live again this fall READ MORE
Zoo Renewed for Season 3 at CBS
CBS isn’t being cagey: It has renewed Zoo for a third season, ahead of next month’s Season 2 finale. READ MORE
Robert De Niro, Julianne Moore to Headline David O. Russell TV Drama
Academy Award-winning actors Robert De Niro and Julianne Moore are attached to star in a potential TV series from American Hustle director David O. Russell. READ MORE
Hulu Ends Its Free Streaming Service
Hulu made it official on Monday: The streaming giant has ended its free, ad-supported service as it moves to adopt an all-subscription model. READ MORE
Transparent Season 3, High Castle Season 2, Woody Allen Comedy and Others Get Amazon Premiere Dates
Amazon on Sunday announced that it will be releasing Transparent Season 3 as well as three new comedies — including one from Woody Allen — in September. You know, because there’s not enough TV at that time of year. READ MORE
George R.R. Martin Superhero Series Wild Cards Eyed for TV Adaptation
Game of Thrones‘ endgame is still two years off, but George R.R. Martin is already laying the groundwork to ensure his name remains firmly cemented in the TV landscape. READ MORE