Fall TV: NBC Orders to Series Katherine Heigl's CIA Drama, Russian Spy Thriller and Odyssey
NBC has ordered to series the Katherine Heigl-fronted CIA drama State of Affairs, the Russian spy thriller Allegiance (fka Coercion) and the Traffic-like action-drama Odyssey for the 2014-15 season, TVLine has learned. READ MORE
Fall TV Scoop: NBC Orders to Series Marry Me Comedy From Happy Endings Creator
NBC has ordered to series the comedy Marry Me, starring Casey Wilson (Happy Endings) and Ken Marino (Childrens Hospital), for the 2014-15 season, TVLine has learned. READ MORE
Fall TV Scoop: Fox Orders Hip-Hop Empire and Red Band Society Dramas to Series
On the heels of giving the Batman prequel series Gotham a green light, Fox has ordered both Lee Daniels’ hip-hop Empire and the Octavia Spencer-starring Red Band Society to series for the 2014-15 season, TVLine has learned. READ MORE
Fall TV Scoop: Fox's DC Comics Drama Gotham Is Ordered to Series -- Watch the Full Trailer Now
Heretofore presumed to be a lock for the 2014-15 TV season and produced as a pilot with a series commitment, Fox’s Gotham has now officially been ordered to series, it was announced on Monday. READ MORE
Ben Affleck, Matt Damon to Shepherd New Round of Project Greenlight for HBO
HBO has given a green light to a new season of Project Greenlight, the filmmaking competition series that first bowed in 2001.
Actors and Academy Award-winning screenwriters Ben Affleck and Matt Damon will executive-produce the new season …READ MORE
Coming to Syfy: Living Dead Docuseries, Third Sharknado, Ronin Mini, Clone Drama and More
Syfy is making tracks for Jasper, Alabama — aka Town of the Living Dead — for the purpose of a comedic docuseries chronicling the small town’s endeavor to make an indie zombie movie, TVLine has learned. That is but one of many announcements made by the cabler on the cusp of its annual Upfront presentation on Wednesday. READ MORE
Patrick Stewart to Lead Newsy Starz Comedy From Seth MacFarlane and Jonathan Ames
Patrick Stewart has a new, two-year mission: to boldly go where Stephen Colbert has gone before.
The former Star Trek: The Next Generation captain will play an opinionated British TV host bent on civilizing America from behind his cable news desk in Starz’s Blunt Talk, the network announced Tuesday. READ MORE
A&E, Lost Boss to Adapt The Returned
BET Renews The Game, Real Husbands and Others, Announces Book of Negroes Miniseries
BET is staying in The Game, having renewed the sports-tinged relationship comedy for an eighth season.
The Game was famously cancelled after Season 3 by The CW …READ MORE