Caffeine – TV News – July 7th Edition

Caffeine – TV News – July 7th Edition

We hope all our Canadian and U.S. readers enjoyed their Canada Day and Fourth of July celebrations – now let’s catch up on a few bits of TV news you might have missed over the holiday week!

Premiere dates:

September 13th: How to Die Alone

November 14th: Cross


Bump (for a fifth and final season), The Completely Made Up Adventures of Dick Turpin


Outer Range

Other headlines:

Jonathan Frakes will direct sci-fi series Arthur C. Clarke’s Venus Prime.

Natasha Lyonne is directing an episode of Poker Face season two.

The Arkham Asylum series is not moving forward at Max. Pilot Not Cops is not moving forward at Onyx.

Ordered to series:

Apple TV+: Patrick Brammall thriller The Dispatcher

In development:

Amazon MGM Studios: A scripted series about the 2022 University of Idaho murders


The Agency: Richard Gere
Blade Runner 2099: Dimitri Abold, Lewis Gribben, Katelyn Rose Downey, Daniel Rigby, Johnny Harris, Amy Lennox, Sheila Atim, Matthew Needham
High Potential: Garret Dillahunt
How to Get to Heaven from Belfast: Roísín Gallagher, Sinéad Keenan, Caoilfhionn Dunne
The Morning Show: Jeremy Irons
Reasonable Doubt: Essence Atkins, Melissa Ponzio, Vaughn W. Hebron
The Sandman: Ruairi O’Connor, Freddie Fox, Clive Russell, Laurence O’Fuarain, Ann Skelly, Douglas Booth, Jack Gleeson, Indya Moore, Steve Coogan
Sirens: Julianne Moore, Meghann Fahy, Milly Alcock, Kevin Bacon, Glenn Howerton
Welcome to Derry: Rudy Mancuso
Young Sherlock: Zine Tseng

(Image courtesy of Hulu.)

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