This week’s TV news brings us winter premiere dates, pilot orders beginning for next season, and more!
December 12th: The Level
January 27th: Z: The Beginning of Everything
February 2nd: Powerless
February 8th: Legion
February 13th: Humans
February 19th: The Good Fight
February 23rd: The Blacklist: Redemption
March 5th: Chicago Justice, Shades of Blue
March 7th: Trial & Error
April 25th: Great News
Season three of The Leftovers will premiere sometime in April.
Renewed: Marvel’s Luke Cage
Reign will end after the upcoming fourth season.
Conviction is moving to Sundays starting January 1st.
Cinemax is rebooting Strike Back, with a new cast including Alin Sumarwata, Daniel MacPherson, Roxanne McKee, and Warren Brown.
Season four of Please Like Me will stream on Hulu.
Simon Fuller is producing an English language version of Norwegian drama Skam.
Ordered to series:
Syfy: Supernatural drama Superstition
ABC: Los Angeles choreographer drama DTLA, darkly comedic crime drama Down in the Valley
Bravo: A Harlem political crime drama from Whoopi Goldberg
CBS: Cedric the Entertainer family comedy Tony Take the Wheel, a family comedy starring Bojana Novakovic, CIA terrorism drama Extraction
The CW: Sci fi drama Transcience from Ian Somerhalder and Nikki Reed
FOX: Joel Kim Booster adoption comedy Birthright, crime drama The Man from Primrose Lane, Carl Hiaasen crime drama adaptation Basket Case
HBO: Space drama Glare from J.J. Abrams’ Bad Robot
Lifetime: Drama The Power Playbook from Meryl Poster and Queen Latifah, drug business drama Molly
NBC: Bermuda Triangle mystery drama Triangle
Viewfinder Pictures: John Henry Browne defense attorney series The Devil’s Defender
12 Monkeys: James Callis
2 Broke Girls: Christopher Gorham
Animal Kingdom: Alex Meraz
Atypical: Raul Castillo
Colony: Laura Innes
Game of Thrones: Conor McGregor
Greenleaf: Rick Fox
Homeland: Jake Weber
Kingdom: Kirk Acevedo
Orville: Mark Jackson
Power: Mike Dopud
Scandal: Zoe Perry
The Strain: Jess Salgueiro
The Terror: Matthew McNulty
This Is Us: Alexandra Breckenridge, Adam Bartley
Timeless: Annie Wersching
Wet Hot American Summer: Ten Years Later: Anne-Marie Johnson
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