Caffeine – TV News – November 19th Edition

Caffeine – TV News – November 19th Edition

This week’s batch of TV news brings us a whole bunch of early 2024 premiere dates as things sort out post-strikes!

Premiere dates:

January 7th: Miss Scarlet and the Duke, All Creatures Great and Small, Funny Woman
January 11th: Ted

February 2nd: Mr. and Mrs. Smith
February 7th: The Conners, Not Dead Yet, Abbott Elementary
February 11th: Tracker
February 12th: The Neighborhood, Bob <3 Abishola, NCIS, NCIS: Hawai’i
February 13th: FBI, FBI: International, FBI: Most Wanted
February 14th: The New Look
February 15th: Young Sheldon, Ghosts, So Help Me Todd
February 16th: S.W.A.T., Fire Country, Blue Bloods
February 18th: The Equalizer, CSI: Vegas
February 20th: Will Trent, The Rookie, The Good Doctor
February 29th: Elsbeth

March 14th: 9-1-1, Grey’s Anatomy, Station 19
March 17th: Call the Midwife, Nolly


Big Little Lies (though this seems unofficial), Unstable


SEAL Team (after the upcoming seventh season), Shadow and Bone, Glamorous, Ride

Other headlines:

Young Sheldon will end after the upcoming seventh season and the series finale will air on May 16th.

The return of 9-1-1: Lone Star has been pushed to fall. Similarly, new CBS series Matlock and Poppa’s House have been pushed to the 2024-25 season.

The CW has pulled acquired international series Run the Burbs and Everyone Else Burns from the schedule.

Upcoming historical series Mary & George has moved from AMC to Starz.

The Irrational has had an additional episode ordered and Lopez vs. Lopez has had its order reduced from 13 to 10.

Andrew Gurland is taking over as showrunner of Unstable.

Ordered to series:

Amazon Prime: A Bosch spinoff focused on Renée Ballard
FX: Comedy English Teacher created by and starring Brian Jordan Alvarez
ITVX: News anchor dramedy Douglas Is Cancelled starring Karen Gillan and Hugh Bonneville
Paramount+: Bachelor party gone wrong series Stags
Peacock: 1915 Black Wall Street drama Dreamland starring Adrienne Warren

Acquired for the U.S.:

Peacock: British sitcom Hapless

In development:

Sony Pictures TV: Podcast adaptation American Hostage from Shawn Ryan and starring Jon Hamm

Leaving their shows:

Chicago Fire: Kara Killmer
Law & Order: Jeffrey Donovan


American Sports Story: Tony Yazbeck
Cobra Kai: C.S. Lee
Dope Girls: Julianne Nicholson, Umi Myers, Eilidh Fisher, Geraldine James, Rory Fleck Bryne, Dustin Demri-Burns, Sebastian Croft, Michael Duke, Ian Bonar, Laura Checkley, Will Keen, Fiona Button, Harry Cadby, Eben Figueiredo, Nabhaan Rizwan, Priya Kansara, Jordan Kouamé
Showtrial: Joe Dempsie, Francesca Annis, Nina Toussaint-White, Fisayo Akinade, Tom Padley, Kerrie Hayes, Ali Khan, Daniel Kendrick, Frankie Wilson, Anna Próchniak, Anna Wilson Jones, John Light, Aidan McArdle, Daisy Badger, Flora Montgomery, Pearce Quigley, John Marquez, Anna Healy, Barney Fishwick
Suspect: Dominic Cooper, Tamsin Greig, Vinette Robinson, Eddie Marsan, Celine Buckens, Nicholas Pinnock, Gina McKee

(Image courtesy of PBS.)

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