Caffeine – TV News – February 11th Edition

Caffeine – TV News – February 11th Edition

Buckle up, because we’ve got a ton of spring premiere dates and other TV news from the TCA press tour!

Premiere dates:

March 1st: Murder Is Easy (North American premiere on BritBox)
March 14th: The Girls on the Bus
March 29th: A Gentleman in Moscow, Renegade Nell

April 3rd: American Horror Story: Delicate Part 2, Loot
April 5th: Sugar
April 12th: Franklin
April 17th: Under the Bridge
April 24th: The Big Door Prize
April 26th: Knuckles
April 30th: The Veil

May 1st: Acapulco
May 8th: Dark Matter
May 12th: Interview with the Vampire
May 22nd: Trying
May 31st: Parish

June 4th: Clipped
June 7th: Queenie
June 14th: Presumed Innocent


Abbott Elementary, Percy Jackson and the Olympians, Dreaming Whilst Black, The Terror, Animal Control, My Life Is Murder, Recipes for Love and Murder, Harry Wild, Under the Vines, Bay of Fires



Other headlines:

Wynonna Earp is returning with a Tubi special.

Ellen Pompeo will be in at least four episodes of season twenty of Grey’s Anatomy.

Kevin Williamson has set up a slate of projects with Universal Television.

Ordered to series:

Acorn TV/Channel 5: Detective drama Ellis
BBC/BritBox: Agatha Christie adaptation Towards Zero
Prime Video: Psychological mystery thriller Lazarus from Harlan Coben and starring Sam Claflin, Bill Nighy, and Alexandra Roach

In development:

A+E Media Group: An adaptation of Tony Parsons’ novel Your Neighbour’s Wife
Brouhaha Entertainment: Australian crime drama The Dark Lake produced by and starring Phoebe Tonkin
HBO: A Game of Thrones spinoff about Aegon’s Conquest
Netflix: A series based on the life of Julia Iglesias
Paul Davidson: An adaptation of Suzy Krause’s fantastical family novel I Think We’ve Been Here Before

Regulars moved to recurring:

S.W.A.T.: Kenneth “Kenny” Johnson, Alex Russell

Promoted to series regular:

Criminal Minds: Evolution: Ryan-James Hatanaka

Guest stars:

FBI: Most Wanted: Steven Williams
Not Dead Yet: Chelsea Handler, Marla Gibbs


Grey’s Anatomy: Jessica Capshaw, Alex Landi


Bel-Air: Vic Mensa, Alycia Pascual-Peña
Blood & Water: Wanda Banda
Department Q: Matthew Goode, Chloe Pirrie, Alexej Manvelov, Leah Byrne, Kelly Macdonald
Emperor of Ocean Park: Henry Simmons, Bryan Greenberg, Torrey Hanson, Ora Jones, Jasmine Batchelor
Fight Night: The Million Dollar Heist: Marsha Stephanie Blake, Don Cheadle, Chloe Bailey, Melvin Gregg, Artrece Johnson, Jalyn Hall, Clifton Powell, Lori Harvey
Grey’s Anatomy: Natalie Morales, Freddy Miyares
Landman: Demi Moore
The Last Frontier: Dominic Cooper, Haley Bennett
Matlock: Beau Bridges (replacing Jamey Sheridan)
Mayfair Witches: Thora Birch, Alyssa Jirrels, Ted Levine
Monsters: The Lyle and Erik Menendez Story: Dallas Roberts, Jason Butler Harner, Enrique Murciano, Michael Gladis, Drew Powell, Charlie Hall, Gil Ozeri, Jeff Perry, Tessa Auberjonois, Tanner Stine, Larry Clarke, Jade Pettyjohn, Marlene Forte, Leslie Grossman
No Good Deed: Matt Rogers, Anna Maria Horsford, Kate Moennig, Linda Lavin
Outlander: Blood of My Blood: Harriet Slater, Jamie Roy, Hermione Corfield, Jeremy Irvine
Reacher: Anthony Michael Hall, Sonya Cassidy
The Residence: Giancarlo Esposito (replacing the late Andre Braugher), Al Franken, Andrew Friedman, Julian McMahon
So Help Me Todd: Heather Morris
Squid Game: Yim Si-wan, Kang Ha-neul, Park Gyu-young, Lee Jin-uk, Park Sung-hoon, Yang Dong-geun, Kang Ae-sim, Lee David, Choi Seung-hyun, Roh Jae-won, Jo Yuri, Won Ji
The Terminal List: Dark Wolf: Luke Hemsworth
Too Much: Emily Ratajkowski (this is still unconfirmed so far as I can find)
The White Lotus: Scott Glenn, Julian Kostov
Untitled Dan Fogelman Hulu series: James Marsden, Julianne Nicholson, Sarah Shahi

(Image courtesy of AMC.)

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *