ABC Gives Thriller Somewhere Between a 10-Episode Series Order
ABC is adding to its drama lineup, picking up the thriller Somewhere Between straight to series. READ MORE
TVLine Items: Handmaid's Premiere Date, New Billions Trailer and More
Hulu’s 10-episode adaptation of The Handmaid’s Tale — starring Mad Men‘s Elisabeth Moss, Camelot‘s Joseph Fiennes and Chuck‘s Yvonne Strahovski — will make its debut on READ MORE
TVLine Items: Sleepy Vet Is Flash's Gypsy, 12 Monkeys Adds Two and More
Gypsy is coming to teach Cisco (aka Vibe) some new tricks on The Flash.
Jessica Camacho (Sleepy Hollow) will guest-star during a Season 3 episode READ MORE
Strike Back Reboot Gets Series Order
Strike Back is, well, striking back.
Cinemax and UK co-producer Sky have ordered a reboot of the action series, which ran on the U.S. network for five seasons READ MORE
TVLine Items: Homeland Adds Medium Vet, Humans Premiere Date and More
Homeland Season 6 is starting to look a lot like real life.
Medium alum Jake Weber will recur on the Showtime series as READ MORE
TVLine Items: SNL Taps John Cena, Supergirl vs. Mr. Mxyzptlk and More
John Cena is bringing the smackdown to Saturday Night Live. READ MORE
TVLine Items: High Castle Finds the Man, Unabomber Casting and More
The mysterious Man in the High Castle is finally showing his face.
Stephen Root (Justified, Boardwalk Empire) will take on the titular role during Season 2 READ MORE
AMC Offers McMafia Adaptation a U.S. Home, Starring James Norton
AMC has partnered with BBC Worldwide to co-produce McMafia, an eight-episode adaptation of Misha Glenny’s best-selling book of the same name. READ MORE
Marvel's Inhumans Series Set at ABC, to Follow Black Bolt and Royal Family
ABC is growing its comic book empire with Marvel’s Inhumans, a live-action drama slated to air on the network next fall. READ MORE
Robert De Niro/Julianne Moore Drama Lands at Amazon With 2-Season Deal
Amazon has landed a hot TV commodity: a drama series starring Oscar winners Robert De Niro and Julianne Moore.
The streaming service has given the untitled series from David O. Russell a two-season order READ MORE