Caffeine – TV News – April 30th Edition

Our last TV news update of April sheds some more light on what the summer season will look like!

Premiere dates:

May 17th: SisterS
May 31st: Tyler Perry’s Sistas

June 7th: It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia
June 26th: Average Joe
June 29th: Warrior, The Witcher

July 27th: Twisted Metal

August 3rd: Heartstopper


A La Carte, Johnson


Truth Be Told, A Town Called Malice

Other headlines:

Law & Order: SVU and Organized Crime are having a three-episode crossover finale this season.

Bob <3 Abishola has reduced everyone but the two leads to recurring.

Ordered to series:

Amazon: Ballet series Étoile from Amy Sherman-Palladino and Daniel Palladino, cop drama On Call starring Troian Bellisario and Brandon Larracuente
Fox: Hawai’i lifeguard drama Rescue: HI-Surf from John Wells
MGM+: An adaptation of thriller The Emperor of Ocean Park
Netflix: British adventure drama Black Doves starring Keira Knightley

Acquired for the U.S.:

The CW: Canadian family drama Sullivan’s Crossing, British supernatural drama The Rising, Australian surfing drama Barons
Hulu: International heist drama Vanda

In development:

Aircraft Pictures/Untitled Entertainment: Teen mayor comedy Mapletown from and starring Chris Diamantopoulos
Amazon Studios: A series version of The Magnificent Seven from Nic Pizzolatto, an adaptation of Darby Kane’s thriller Pretty Little Wife starring Gabrielle Union, ski racing drama Teton
Boat Rocker Studios: An R-rated Christopher Robin hybrid series
CBS: 1773 Boston coffeehouse workplace comedy Beantown
Peacock: True crime series Lonely Hearts Club starring Aidy Bryant
Sony Pictures TV: A comedy series based on queer NFL player R.K. Russell’s memoir The Yards Between Us
Thunderbird Entertainment: An adaptation of Mad Honey by Jodi Picoult and Jennifer Finney Boylan

Leaving their shows:

The Good Doctor: Brandon Larracuente

Promoted to series regular:

A La Carte: Kandi Burruss, Juan Gil, Xavier Avila

Guest stars:

9-1-1: Lone Star: Adam Baldwin
A La Carte: Tammy Rivera
Frasier: Peri Gilpin


1266: Heather Alicia Simms
A La Carte: Shani Marq, India Love, Alex Jacke, Romeo Miller, Tami Roman, Aspen Kennedy, Terayle Hill, Leon Fisher
Acapulco: Cristo Fernández
American Horror Story: Cara Delevingne, Michaela Jaé Rodriguez
The Bear: Bob Odenkirk
Billions; Babak Tafti
Black Mirror: Salma Hayek, Michael Cera, Annie Murphy, Myha’la Herrold, Himesh Patel
The Full Monty: Robert Carlyle, Mark Addy, Lesley Sharp, Hugo Speer, Paul Barber, Steve Huison, Wim Snape, Tom Wilkinson, Talitha Wing, Paul Clayton, Miles Jupp, Sophie Stanton, Phillip Rhys Chaudhary, Tupele Dorgu, Dominic Sharkey, Natalie Davies, Arnold Oceng, Aiden Cook
House of the Dragon: Gayle Rankin, Simon Russell Beale, Freddie Fox, Abubakar Salim
Industry: Sarah Goldberg
Lawmen: Bass Reeves: Donald Sutherland
The Leopard: Deva Cassel, Kim Rossi Stuart, Benedetta Porcaroli, Saul Nanni, Paolo Calabresi, Francesco Colella, Astrid Meloni, Greta Esposito
Nightsleeper: Joe Cole, Alexandra Roach
Outer Range: Christian James, Megan West, Daniel Abeles, Kimberly Guerrero, Monette Moio
The Rosy Cross: Stephen Campbell Moore, Romario Simpson, Samuel Barnett, Ed Hughes, Jonny Weldon
Supacell: Eddie Marsan
Zero Day: Connie Britton, Jesse Plemons, Lizzy Caplan, Joan Allen
Untitled Netflix Kristen Bell rabbi comedy: Adam Brody

(Image courtesy of Netflix.)

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