Caffeine – TV News – April 21st Edition

Happy Easter and/or Happy Passover to everyone celebrating! Let’s check in on the holiday weekend TV news.

Premiere dates:

April 24th: Cobra Kai

June 2nd: Burden of Truth
June 3rd: Malibu Rescue: The Series
June 6th: Queen of the South
June 9th: Big Little Lies
June 12th: Krypton
June 13th: Strange Angel
June 14th: Los Espookys
June 30th: The Loudest Voice

July 11th: The Outpost
July 26th: The Boys


Manifest, Shrill, Last Man Standing


The Gifted, Rel

Other headlines:

The Village is swapping timeslots with The Voice starting this week.

Gabe Miller and Jonathan Green are taking over as co-showrunners of Superstore.

Showrunners Michael Green and Aida Mashaka Croal have left the upcoming series Y: The Last Man.

Robby Hull has been promoted to EP and co-showrunner of God Friended Me.

The episode count of Swamp Thing has been cut to ten.

Ordered to series:

BET: Lena Waithe comedy Twenties
Netflix: A Mike Myers comedy series

In development:

Amazon: Thriller adaptation The Last Mrs. Parrish
AMC: An adaptation of Owen and Stephen King’s novel Sleeping Beauties
Blumhouse Television: A show based on podcast The Horror of Dolores Roach
Skydance Television: A contemporary musical series based on Rodgers and Hammerstein’s Oklahoma!

Leaving their shows:

Chicago Med: Colin Donnell, Norma Kuhling
Chicago P.D.: Jon Seda

Guest stars:

AJ & The Queen: Lisa Linke
Bless This Mess: Rita Moreno, Jim O’Heir, Nancy Lenehan, Rose Abdoo, Lisa Linke, Brendan Hunt, Joseph A. Nunez, Tim Bagley, Eddie Pepitone, Jen Tullock
City on a Hill: Samantha Soule, Dean Winters
MacGyver: Peter Weller
NCIS: New Orleans: Joanna Cassidy
Psych: The Movie 2: Joel McHale, Jimmi Simpson


Barkskins: David Thewlis
Between Two Worlds: Hermione Norris, Phillip Quast, Sara Wiseman, Aaron Jeffery, Tom Dalzell, Melanie Jarnson, Megan Hajjar
Brave New World: Alden Ehrenreich
Castle Rock: John Hoogenakker
Halo: Pablo Schreiber, Yerin Ha
Insatiable: Alex Landi
The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel: Sterling K. Brown
Pearson: Betsy Brandt
Star Trek Picard series: Alison Pill, Harry Treadaway, Isa Briones
Stargirl: Hina Khan
The Underground Railroad: Thuso Mbedu, Chase W. Dillon, Aaron Pierre, Joel Edgerton
Utopia: John Cusack
Why Women Kill: Adam Ferrara

(Image courtesy of the CBC.)

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